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    1. Butler, RF; Gehrels, GE; Saleeby, JB
      Paleomagnetism of the Duke Island, Alaska, ultramafic complex revisited

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    2. Benn, K; Paterson, SR; Lund, SP; Pignotta, GS; Kruse, S
      Magmatic fabrics in batholiths as markers of regional strains and plate kinematics: Example of the cretaceous Mt. Stuart Batholith

      PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE EARTH PART A-SOLID EARTH AND GEODESY
    3. Evenchick, CA
      Northeast-trending folds in the western Skeena Fold Belt, northern Canadian Cordillera: a record of Early Cretaceous sinistral plate convergence

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
    4. Morozov, IB; Smithson, SB; Chen, JR; Hollister, LS
      Generation of new continental crust and terrane accretion in Southeastern Alaska and Western British Columbia: constraints from P- and S-wave wide-angle seismic data (ACCRETE)

      TECTONOPHYSICS
    5. Keppie, JD; Dostal, J
      Evaluation of the Baja controversy using paleomagnetic and faunal data, plume magmatism, and piercing points

      TECTONOPHYSICS
    6. Abdel-Rahman, AFM
      Peraluminous plutonism: Nature and origin of the Moly May leucogranite andits Coast Plutonic Complex granitic host-rocks, northwestern British Columbia

      CANADIAN MINERALOGIST
    7. Wu, FY; Jahn, BM; Wilde, S; Sun, DY
      Phanerozoic crustal growth: U-Pb and Sr-Nd isotopic evidence from the granites in northeastern China

      TECTONOPHYSICS
    8. Umhoefer, PJ
      Where are the missing faults in translated terranes?

      TECTONOPHYSICS
    9. McClelland, WC; Tikoff, B; Manduca, CA
      Two-phase evolution of accretionary margins: examples from the North American Cordillera

      TECTONOPHYSICS
    10. Driver, LA; Creaser, RA; Chacko, T; Erdmer, P
      Petrogenesis of the Cretaceous Cassiar batholith, Yukon-British Columbia, Canada: Implications for magmatism in the North American Cordilleran Interior

      GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
    11. Peslier, AH; Reisberg, L; Ludden, J; Francis, D
      Os isotopic systematics in mantle xenoliths; age constraints on the Canadian Cordillera lithosphere

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    12. Whitney, DL; Miller, RB; Paterson, SR
      P-T-t evidence for mechanisms of vertical tectonic motion in a contractional orogen: north-western US and Canadian Cordillera

      JOURNAL OF METAMORPHIC GEOLOGY
    13. Evans, BW; Davidson, GF
      Kinetic control of metamorphic imprint during synplutonic loading of batholiths: An example from Mount Stuart, Washington

      GEOLOGY
    14. Crawford, ML; Klepeis, KA; Gehrels, G; Isachsen, C
      Batholith emplacement at mid-crustal levels and its exhumation within an obliquely convergent margin

      TECTONOPHYSICS
    15. DeBari, SM; Anderson, RG; Mortensen, JK
      Correlation among lower to upper crustal components in an island arc: the Jurassic Bonanza arc, Vancouver Island, Canada

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES
    16. Thomas, JB; Sinha, AK
      Field, geochemical, and isotopic evidence for magma mixing and assimilation and fractional crystallization processes in the Quottoon Igneous Complex,northwestern British Columbia and southeastern Alaska

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES
    17. PATERSON SR; MILLER RB
      MAGMA EMPLACEMENT DURING ARC-PERPENDICULAR SHORTENING - AN EXAMPLE FROM THE CASCADES CRYSTALLINE CORE, WASHINGTON

      Tectonics
    18. PATCHETT PJ; GEHRELS GE
      CONTINENTAL INFLUENCE ON CANADIAN CORDILLERAN TERRANES FROM ND ISOTOPIC STUDY, AND SIGNIFICANCE FOR CRUSTAL GROWTH-PROCESSES

      The Journal of geology
    19. BRANDON MT; AGUE JJ
      REGIONAL TILT OF THE MOUNT-STUART BATHOLITH, WASHINGTON, DETERMINED USING ALUMINUM-IN-HORNBLENDE BAROMETRY - IMPLICATIONS FOR NORTHWARD TRANSLATION OF BAJA BRITISH-COLUMBIA - REPLY

      Geological Society of America bulletin
    20. KAPP PA; GEHRELS GE
      DETRITAL ZIRCON CONSTRAINTS ON THE TECTONIC EVOLUTION OF THE GRAVINA BELT, SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA

      Canadian journal of earth sciences
    21. TIKOFF B; DESAINTBLANQUAT M
      TRANSPRESSIONAL SHEARING AND STRIKE-SLIP PARTITIONING IN THE LATE CRETACEOUS SIERRA-NEVADA MAGMATIC ARC, CALIFORNIA

      Tectonics
    22. BASSETT KN; KLEINSPEHN KL
      EARLY TO MIDDLE CRETACEOUS PALEOGEOGRAPHY OF NORTH CENTRAL BRITISH-COLUMBIA - STRATIGRAPHY AND BASIN ANALYSIS OF THE SKEENA GROUP

      Canadian journal of earth sciences
    23. IRVING E; WYNNE PJ; THORKELSON DJ; SCHIARIZZA P
      LARGE (1000 TO 4000 KM) NORTHWARD MOVEMENTS OF TECTONIC DOMAINS IN THE NORTHERN CORDILLERA, 83 TO 45 MA

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    24. BASSETT KN; KLEINSPEHN KL
      MIDCRETACEOUS TRANSTENSION IN THE CANADIAN CORDILLERA - EVIDENCE FROMTHE ROCKY RIDGE VOLCANICS OF THE SKEENA GROUP

      Tectonics
    25. ZHANG GW; HYNES A; IRVING E
      BLOCK ROTATIONS ALONG THE STRIKE-SLIP FINLAY-INGENIKA FAULT, NORTH-CENTRAL BRITISH-COLUMBIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR PALEOMAGNETIC AND TECTONIC STUDIES

      Tectonics
    26. MAXSON J; TIKOFF B
      HIT-AND-RUN COLLISION MODEL FOR THE LARAMIDE OROGENY, WESTERN UNITED-STATES

      Geology
    27. AGUE JJ; BRANDON MT
      REGIONAL TILT OF THE MOUNT-STUART BATHOLITH, WASHINGTON, DETERMINED USING ALUMINUM-IN-HORNBLENDE BAROMETRY - IMPLICATIONS FOR NORTHWARD TRANSLATION OF BAJA BRITISH-COLUMBIA

      Geological Society of America bulletin
    28. STOWELL HH; MENARD T; RIDGWAY CK
      CA-METASOMATISM AND CHEMICAL ZONATION OF GARNET IN CONTACT-METAMORPHIC AUREOLES, JUNEAU GOLD BELT, SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA

      Canadian Mineralogist
    29. BOGUE SW; GROMME S; HILLHOUSE JW
      PALEOMAGNETISM, MAGNETIC-ANISOTROPY, AND MIDCRETACEOUS PALEOLATITUDE OF THE DUKE-ISLAND (ALASKA) ULTRAMAFIC COMPLEX

      Tectonics
    30. UMHOEFER PJ; KLEINSPEHN KL
      MESOSCALE AND REGIONAL KINEMATICS OF THE NORTHWESTERN YALAKOM FAULT SYSTEM - MAJOR PALEOGENE DEXTRAL FAULTING IN BRITISH-COLUMBIA, CANADA

      Tectonics
    31. RUBIN CM; MILLER EL; TORO J
      DEFORMATION OF THE NORTHERN CIRCUM-PACIFIC MARGIN - VARIATIONS IN TECTONIC STYLE AND PLATE-TECTONIC IMPLICATIONS

      Geology
    32. GARVER JI; SCOTT TJ
      TRACE-ELEMENTS IN SHALE AS INDICATORS OF CRUSTAL PROVENANCE AND TERRANE ACCRETION IN THE SOUTHERN CANADIAN CORDILLERA

      Geological Society of America bulletin
    33. TOBISCH OT; SALEEBY JB; RENNE PR; MCNULTY B; TONG WX
      VARIATIONS IN DEFORMATION FIELDS DURING DEVELOPMENT OF A LARGE-VOLUMEMAGMATIC ARC, CENTRAL SIERRA-NEVADA, CALIFORNIA

      Geological Society of America bulletin
    34. DUGGAN KM; BROWN EH
      CORRELATION OF THE TONGA FORMATION AND THE CHIWAUKUM SCHIST, NORTH CASCADES, WASHINGTON - IMPLICATIONS FOR LATE CRETACEOUS OROGENIC MECHANISMS

      Tectonics
    35. GARVER JI; BRANDON MT
      FISSION-TRACK AGES OF DETRITAL ZIRCONS FROM CRETACEOUS STRATA, SOUTHERN BRITISH-COLUMBIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE BAJA BC HYPOTHESIS

      Tectonics
    36. MILLER RB; PATERSON SR
      THE TRANSITION FROM MAGMATIC TO HIGH-TEMPERATURE SOLID-STATE DEFORMATION - IMPLICATIONS FROM THE MOUNT STUART BATHOLITH, WASHINGTON

      Journal of structural geology
    37. INGRAM GM; HUTTON DHW
      THE GREAT TONALITE SILL - EMPLACEMENT INTO A CONTRACTIONAL SHEAR ZONEAND IMPLICATIONS FOR LATE CRETACEOUS TO EARLY EOCENE TECTONICS IN SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA AND BRITISH-COLUMBIA

      Geological Society of America bulletin
    38. HAEUSSLER PJ; PATERSON SR
      TILTING, BURIAL, AND UPLIFT OF THE GUADALUPE IGNEOUS COMPLEX, SIERRA-NEVADA, CALIFORNIA

      Geological Society of America bulletin
    39. HOLLISTER LS
      THE ROLE OF MELT IN THE UPLIFT AND EXHUMATION OF OROGENIC BELTS

      Chemical geology
    40. LYATSKY HV; HAGGART JW
      PETROLEUM-EXPLORATION MODEL FOR THE QUEEN CHARLOTTE BASIN AREA, OFFSHORE BRITISH-COLUMBIA

      Canadian journal of earth sciences


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