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    Authors: 
    Karel Schulmann; Min Sun; Ondrej Lexa; Alexandra Guy; Vojtech Janousek; Yingde Jiang; Pavla Štípská;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Continental crust is formed above subduction zones by well-known process of “juvenile crust growth”. This new crust is in modern Earth assembled into continents by two ways: (i) short-lived collisions of continental blocks with the Laurussian or later Eurasian continent along the “Alpine Himalayan collisional/interior orogens” in the heart of the Pangean continental plates realm; and (ii) long lived lateral accretion of ocean-floor fragments along “circum-Pacific accretionary/peripheral orogens” at the border of the PaleoPacific and modern Pacific oceanic plate.

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Karel Schulmann; Min Sun; Ondrej Lexa; Alexandra Guy; Vojtech Janousek; Yingde Jiang; Pavla Štípská;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Continental crust is formed above subduction zones by well-known process of “juvenile crust growth”. This new crust is in modern Earth assembled into continents by two ways: (i) short-lived collisions of continental blocks with the Laurussian or later Eurasian continent along the “Alpine Himalayan collisional/interior orogens” in the heart of the Pangean continental plates realm; and (ii) long lived lateral accretion of ocean-floor fragments along “circum-Pacific accretionary/peripheral orogens” at the border of the PaleoPacific and modern Pacific oceanic plate.

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