Tectonics

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Accepted Articles (Accepted, unedited articles published online and citable. The final edited and typeset version of record will appear in future.)

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 9/79 (Geochemistry & Geophysics)

Online ISSN: 1944-9194

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  1. Research Articles

    1. Paleozoic accretionary orogenesis in the Paleo-Asian Ocean: Insights from detrital zircons from Silurian-Carboniferous strata at the northwestern margin of the Tarim Craton

      Yigui Han, Guochun Zhao, Min Sun, Paul R. Eizenhöfer, Wenzhu Hou, Xiaoran Zhang, Dongxing Liu, Bo Wang and Guowei Zhang

      Accepted manuscript online: 27 JAN 2015 08:54AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003668

      Key Points

      • The Tarim-Central Tianshan connection lasted to the Late Silurian
      • The inter-arc/back-arc South Tianshan Ocean opened in the Early Devonian
      • Advancing to retreating orogenesis occurred in the southern Paleo-Asian Ocean
    2. Late Neogene structural inversion around the northern Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam: Effects from right-lateral displacement across the Red River fault zone

      Michael B.W. Fyhn and Phung V. Phach

      Accepted manuscript online: 14 JAN 2015 05:38AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003674

      Key Points

      • Right-lateral slip across the Red River fault zone likely began in the L Miocene
      • Right-lateral slip drove structural inversion of the Gulf of Tonkin rift systems
      • Lateral shearing is taken up by shortening across existing NE-SW-striking faults
    3. One hundred and fifty years of Coulomb stress history along the California-Nevada border, USA.

      Alessandro Verdecchia and Sara Carena

      Accepted manuscript online: 9 JAN 2015 11:55PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003746

      Key Points

      • 1872 Owens Valley earthquake controlled subsequent seismicity distribution.
      • Caldera inflation influenced seismicity in northern Owens Valley.
      • White Mountains fault may be close to failure.
    4. Extrusion vs. duplexing models of Himalayan mountain building 1: Discovery of the Pabbar thrust confirms duplex-dominated growth of the northwestern Indian Himalaya since Mid-Miocene

      Hongjiao Yu, A. Alexander G. Webb and Dian He

      Accepted manuscript online: 8 JAN 2015 05:17AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003589

      Key Points

      • Our results reveal a new shear zone, termed the Pabbar thrust
      • Duplexing processes dominate the Himalayan mountain building
    5. Three-dimensional structural modeling of an active fault zone based on complex outcrop and subsurface data: the Middle Durance Fault Zone inherited from polyphase Meso-Cenozoic tectonics (south-eastern France).

      Cédric Guyonnet-Benaize, Juliette Lamarche, Fabrice Hollender, Sophie Viseur, Philippe Münch and Jean Borgomano

      Accepted manuscript online: 7 JAN 2015 04:44PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003749

      Key Points

      • new 3D geological model of the deep basin structure of the Middle Durance region
      • MDFZ is a transfert fault
    6. Neotectonic development of the El Salvador Fault Zone and implications for deformation in the Central America Volcanic Arc. Insights from 4D analogue modeling experiments.

      Jorge Alonso-Henar, Guido Schreurs, José Jesús Martinez-Díaz, José Antonio Álvarez-Gómez and Pilar Villamor

      Accepted manuscript online: 7 JAN 2015 12:53AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003723

      Key Points

      • New data from 4D analogue experiments
      • Two-phase tectonic evolution to generate structures similar to the ESFZ
      • Initial extensional phase related with a slab roll-back process.
    7. A new multilayered visco-elasto-plastic experimental model to study strike-slip fault seismic cycle

      Y. Caniven, S. Dominguez, R. Soliva, R. Cattin, M. Peyret, M. Marchandon, C. Romano and V. Strak

      Accepted manuscript online: 7 JAN 2015 12:51AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003701

      Key Points

      • Seismic cycle on a strike-slip fault is simulated using a new experimental model
      • Realistic rheologic, tectonics and kinematics boundary conditions are used
      • Main mechanisms and kinematics related to the seismic cycle are well reproduced
    8. Exhumation kinematics of the Cycladic Blueschists unit and back-arc extension, insight from the Southern Cyclades (Sikinos and Folegandros Islands, Greece)

      Romain Augier, Laurent Jolivet, Leslie Gadenne, Abdeltif Lahfid and Olivier Driussi

      Accepted manuscript online: 29 DEC 2014 11:57PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003664

      Key Points

      • Deformation presents a marked top-to-the-N asymmetry
      • The South Cycladic Thrust is strongly reworked by top-to-the-N movements
      • Deformation thus appears genuinely asymmetric in the center of the Aegean domain
    9. Fault scarp and knickpoint analysis reveals multiple fault rupture at the Salar del Carmen segment of the Atacama Fault System, N-Chile

      Oktawian Ewiak, Pia Victor and Onno Oncken

      Accepted manuscript online: 23 DEC 2014 05:04AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003599

      Key Points

      • Test the applicability of geomorphic markers to quantify paleoearthquakes.
      • Quantification of along-strike displacement from geomorphology.
      • Improvement of estimation of paleomagnitudes for multiple rupture fault scarps.
    10. Jurassic tectonostratigraphic evolution of the Junggar basin, NW China: A record of Mesozoic intraplate deformation in Central Asia

      Yong-Tai Yang, Chuan-Chun Song and Sheng He

      Accepted manuscript online: 9 DEC 2014 08:06AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003640

      Key Points

      • To describe the main features of Jurassic strata in the Junggar Basin.
      • To analyze the Jurassic evolution of the Junggar Basin and neighboring areas.
      • To discuss the mechanisms of Jurassic intraplate deformation in Central Asia.
    11. Tectonic magnetic lineation and oroclinal bending of the Alborz Range: implications on the Iran-Southern Caspian geodynamics

      Francesca Cifelli, Paolo Ballato, Habib Alimohammadian, Jafar Sabouri and Massimo Mattei

      Accepted manuscript online: 2 DEC 2014 04:48PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/2014TC003626

      Key Points

      • Evaluation of oroclinal bending of Alborz within Arabia-Eurasia collision zone
      • Orogenic curvature of Alborz acquired not earlier than ca. 7.6 Ma
      • Migration of the South Caspian Basin postdated oroclinal bending of Alborz
  2. Regular Articles

    1. The intimate relationship between strain and magmatism: A numerical treatment of clustered monogenetic fields in the Main Ethiopian Rift

      Francesco Mazzarini, Tyrone O. Rooney and Ilaria Isola

      Accepted manuscript online: 5 JAN 2013 05:45AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/tect.20011

      Key Points

      • Magmatism and crustal strain relationships in the evolution of continental rift
      • Spatial distribution analysis of monogenetic vents
      • Influence of crustal strain distribution on magmatic plumbing system

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