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Initial Formation and Mesozoic Tectonic Exhumation of an Intracontinental Tectonic Belt of the Northern Part of the Taihang Mountain Belt, Eastern Asia
The Journal of geology
A B S T R A C T The NNE-trending Taihang Mountain belt, North China, is an intracontinental anomalous zone with a significant magmatic and gravity signature. From structural investigations, U-Pb dating, and 40 Ar/ 39 Ar chronological analyses, a three-stage tectonic evolution sequence can be reconstructed for the northern part of the Taihang Mountain belt during the middle to late Mesozoic period. This sequence comprises a WNW-ESE-directed compression that occurred at 175-150 Ma, followed bydoi:10.1086/529153 fatcat:en3dhfdklzeerls6aih7gtythq