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  1. Quantifying crustal thickness over time in magmatic arcs
  2. Across and along arc geochemical variations in altered volcanic rocks: Evidence from mineral chemistry of Jurassic lavas in northern Chile, and tectonic implications
  3. Origin and evolution of the South Carpathians basement (Romania): a zircon and monazite geochronologic study of its Alpine sedimentary cover
  4. A MASH Zone Revealed: the Mafic Complex of the Sierra Valle Fértil
  5. Unraveling crustal growth and reworking processes in complex zircons from orogenic lower-crust: The Proterozoic Putumayo Orogen of Amazonia
  6. Tracking changes in crustal thickness during orogenic evolution with Sr/Y: An example from the North American Cordillera
  7. Constraints on plateau architecture and assembly from deep crustal xenoliths, northern Altiplano (SE Peru)
  8. The Architecture, Chemistry, and Evolution of Continental Magmatic Arcs
  9. Arc Magmatic Tempos: Gathering the Evidence
  10. High-Volume Magmatic Events in Subduction Systems
  11. Preface and Acknowledgments
  12. Southern Tibetan Oligocene–Miocene adakites: A record of Indian slab tearing
  13. Temporal growth of the Puna Plateau and its bearing on the post–Salta Rift system subsidence of the Andean foreland basin at 25°30′S
  14. Foundering-driven lithospheric melting: The source of central Andean mafic lavas on the Puna Plateau (22°S–27°S)
  15. A novel approach to lead isotope provenance studies of tin and bronze: applications to South African, Botswanan and Romanian artifacts
  16. Geochemical constraints on the petrogenesis of the Salinian arc, central California: Implications for the origin of intermediate magmas
  17. Peri-Gondwanan terranes in the Romanian Carpathians: A review of their spatial distribution, origin, provenance, and evolution
  18. Day 1: Guadalupe Igneous Complex
  19. Age and geochemistry of western Hoh-Xil–Songpan-Ganzi granitoids, northern Tibet: Implications for the Mesozoic closure of the Paleo-Tethys ocean
  20. Tectonic implications of postcontractional magmatism of the Alisitos arc segment of the Peninsular Ranges, Baja California, Mexico
  21. The Early Andean subduction system as an analog to island arcs: Evidence from across-arc geochemical variations in northern Chile
  22. Dust and temperature influences on glaciofluvial sediment deposition in southwestern Tibet during the last millennium
  23. Shear heating not a cause of inverted metamorphism
  24. Mantle-drip magmatism beneath the Altiplano-Puna plateau, central Andes
  25. The evolution of a key segment in the Europe–Adria collision: The Fruška Gora of northern Serbia
  26. Detrital zircon and isotopic constraints on the crustal architecture and tectonic evolution of the northeastern Pamir
  27. The Association Between the Hla-Dr Genotype and the Age of Onset in Type 1 Diabetes
  28. U-Pb-Hf characterization of the central Coast Mountains batholith: Implications for petrogenesis and crustal architecture
  29. Peri-Amazonian, Avalonian-type and Ganderian-type terranes in the South Carpathians, Romania: The Danubian domain basement
  30. Fingerprinting orogenic delamination
  31. Geochemical evidence of a near-surface history for source rocks of the central Coast Mountains Batholith, British Columbia
  32. Peri-Amazonian provenance of the Central Dobrogea terrane (Romania) attested by U/Pb detrital zircon age patterns
  33. K–Ca ages of authigenic sediments: examples from Paleozoic glauconite and applications to low-temperature thermochronometry
  34. Provenance of Eocene river sediments from the central northern Sierra Nevada and implications for paleotopography
  35. Avalonian and Cadomian terranes in North Dobrogea, Romania
  36. Role of extrusion of the Rand and Sierra de Salinas schists in Late Cretaceous extension and rotation of the southern Sierra Nevada and vicinity
  37. Timing constraints on building an intermediate plutonic arc crustal section: U- Pb zircon geochronology of the Sierra Valle Fértil-La Huerta, Famatinian arc, Argentina
  38. Isotopic and geochemical evidence for a recent transition in mantle chemistry beneath the western Canadian Cordillera
  39. Characterization of the crust of the Coast Mountains Batholith, British Columbia, from P to S converted seismic waves and petrologic modeling
  40. Mafic volcanism on the Puna Plateau, NW Argentina: Implications for lithospheric composition and evolution with an emphasis on lithospheric foundering
  41. Unroofing history of Alabama and Poverty Hills basement blocks, Owens Valley, California, from apatite (U–Th)/He thermochronology
  42. Late Cambrian–Early Ordovician Gondwanan terranes in the Romanian Carpathians: A zircon U–Pb provenance study
  43. Cyclicity in Cordilleran orogenic systems
  44. Lithospheric mantle duplex beneath the central Mojave Desert revealed by xenoliths from Dish Hill, California
  45. Tectonic underplating of trench sediments beneath magmatic arcs: the central California example
  46. Preliminary stratigraphic and structural architecture of Bhutan: Implications for the along strike architecture of the Himalayan system
  47. Temporal–compositional trends over short and long time-scales in basalts of the Big Pine Volcanic Field, California
  48. Chronology of pluton emplacement and regional deformation in the southern Sierra Nevada batholith, California
  49. A geologic window into a subduction megathrust
  50. Similarities between Archean high MgO eclogites and Phanerozoic arc-eclogite cumulates and the role of arcs in Archean continent formation
  51. Igniting flare-up events in Cordilleran arcs
  52. The distribution of radiogenic heat production as a function of depth in the Sierra Nevada Batholith, California
  53. High temperatures and inverted metamorphism in the schist of Sierra de Salinas, California
  54. Geochemical characteristics of crustal anatexis during the formation of migmatite at the Southern Sierra Nevada, California
  55. Subducted carbonates, metasomatism of mantle wedges, and possible connections to diamond formation: An example from California
  56. U-Pb detrital-zircon geochronology of northern Salinian basement and cover rocks
  57. Net dextral slip, Neogene San Gregorio–Hosgri fault zone, coastal California: Geologic evidence and tectonic implications
  58. Active foundering of a continental arc root beneath the southern Sierra Nevada in California
  59. Rates of sediment recycling beneath the Acapulco trench: Constraints from (U-Th)/He thermochronology
  60. Geologic evolution of the Xolapa Complex, southern Mexico: Evidence from U-Pb zircon geochronology
  61. Production and loss of high-density batholithic root, southern Sierra Nevada, California
  62. Conditions and timing of high-pressure Variscan metamorphism in the South Carpathians, Romania
  63. Tectonic and magmatic development of the Salinian Coast Ridge Belt, California
  64. Sm–Nd dating of spatially controlled domains of garnet single crystals: a new method of high-temperature thermochronology
  65. Arc composition at mid-crustal depths: Insights from the Coast Ridge Belt, Santa Lucia Mountains, California
  66. Anomalous isotopes and trace element zoning in plagioclase peridotite xenoliths of Oahu (Hawaii): implications for the Hawaiian plume
  67. Late Cenozoic denudation and uplift rates in the Santa Lucia Mountains, California
  68. Building the Pamirs: The view from the underside
  69. Constraints on the bulk composition and root foundering rates of continental arcs: A California arc perspective
  70. Melt depletion and subsequent metasomatism in the shallow mantle beneath Koolau volcano, Oahu (Hawaii)
  71. The California Arc: Thick Granitic Batholiths, Eclogitic Residues, Lithospheric-Scale Thrusting, and Magmatic Flare-Ups
  72. Enhanced Mantle Conductivity from Sulfide Minerals, Southern Sierra Nevada, California
  73. 1.57‐Ga Magmatism in the South Carpathians: Implications for the Pre‐Alpine Basement and Evolution of the Mantle under the European Continent: A Discussion
  74. The age and origin of a thick mafic-ultramafic keel from beneath the Sierra Nevada batholith
  75. Crustal recycling beneath continental arcs: silica-rich glass inclusions in ultramafic xenoliths from the Sierra Nevada, California
  76. A Case for Delamination of the Deep Batholithic Crust beneath the Sierra Nevada, California
  77. Buoyancy sources for a large, unrooted mountain range, the Sierra Nevada, California: Evidence from xenolith thermobarometry
  78. Sulfur Variations in Glasses from Volcanic Rocks: Effect of Melt Composition on Sulfur Solubility