Table of contents for Channel flow, ductile extrusion and exhumation in continental collision zones / edited by R.D. Law, M.P. Searle and L. Godin.

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GRUJIc, D. Channel flow and continental collision tectonics: an overview      25
vo ution of ideas on channel flow and ductile extrusion
n the Himalaya-Tibetan Plateau system
KLEMPERER, S. L. Crustal flow in Tibet: geophysical vidence for te physical   39
state of Tibetan lithosphere, and inferred patterns of active fow
HODGES, K. V. A synthesis of the Channel Flow-Extrusion hypothesis as developed  7
for the Himalayan-Tibetan orogenic system
Modeling channel flow and ductile extrusion processes
BEAUMONT C., NGUYEN, M. H., JAMIESON, R. A. & ELLIS, S Crustal flow modes in  91
large hot orogens
MDVEDEV, S. & BEAUMONT C. Growth of continental plateaus by channel inection  147
models designed to address constraints and thermomechanical consistency
JAMIESON, R. A., BEAUMONT, C, NGUYEN, M. H. & GRUJIC, D. Provenance of the   165
Greater Himalayan Sequence and associated rocks: predictions of channel
flow models
GRASnMANN, B., EDWARDS, M. A & WIESMAYR, G. Kinematic dilatancy effects      183
on orogenic extrusion
lONES, R. R. HOLDSWORT, R. E., HAND, M. & G.OSCOMBE,   Ductile extrusion in  201
coninental collision zones: ambiguities in the definition of channel flow and its
identification in ancient orogens
WILL AMS, P. F. JIANG, D. & LIN, S. Interpretation of deformation fabrics of  221
infrastructure zone rocks in the context of channel flow and other tectonic models
Gelogica constraints on channel fow and uctile extrusion as an important
orogenic process
Himalaya-Tibetan Plateau
HARRTSON, T. M. Did the Himalayan Crystallines extrude partially molten from  237
beneath the Tibetan Plateau?
ROBINSON, D M.i & PEARSON, 0. N. Exhumation of Greater Himalayan rock along  255
the Main Centra Thrust in Nepal: implications for channel low
GoIN L, GLEESON, T. P., SEARLE M. P., ULLRICH, T. D. & PARRISiH R. R.       269
ocking f southward extrusion in favour of rapid crustal-scale buckling of
the Greater Himalayan sequence, Nar valley, central Nepal
SCALLE'r, B. & SEARLE, M  P. Mechanisms and timescales of felsic magma       293
segregation, ascent and emplacement in the Himalaya
ANNEN, C, & SCAILLE T B. Thermal evolution of leucogranites in extensional faults:  309
impications for Miocene denudation rates in the Himalaya
WANG,    LL Q. & GUOSHIENG, Q 40Ar /3Ar thermochronological constraints o the  327
cooling and exhumation history of he South Tibetan Detachment System,
Nyalam area, southern Tibet
SARLE, M. P,, LAW, R. D. & JESSUP, M. J. Crustal structure, restoration and evolution  355
f the Greater Himalaya in Nepal-South Tibet: implications for channel flow and
ductile extrusion of the middle crust
JFSSUP, M. J., Law. R. D., SEARLE, M. P & IHBBARD, M. S. Structural evolution and  379
orticity of flow during extrusion and exhumation of the Greater Himalayan Slab.
Mount Everest Massif, Tibet/Nepal: implications for orogen-scale flow partitioning
HoLSTAFR, L. S. & GRUJIC, D. Pulsed channel flow in Bhuan                    415
CAROSI R, MONTOMOLI, C., RUBATTO   D. & VLSONA D. No ral-sense shear zones   425
n he core of the  igher Himalayan Crystallines (Bhutan Himalaya):
evidence for extrusion?
LEE, J., MCCLELLAND, W., WANG, Y., BLYTHE, A. & MCWILLIAMS, M.               445
Oligocene-Miocene middle crustal flow n southern Tibet: geochronolog
of Mabja Dome
AOYA, M., WALLS, S. R., KAWAKAMI, T., LEE, J., WANG, Y. & MAEDA, H.         471
The Malashan gneiss dome in south Tibet: comparative study with the
Kngmar dome with special reference to kinematics of deformation and
origin of associated granites
ldletnides and Appalachians
XYPOLIAS P. & KOKALAS, S. Heterogeneous ductile deformation along a          497
mid-crustal extuding shear zone: an example from the
External Hellenides (Greece)
ATCHR, R. D. JR. & MERSCHAT, A, J. The Appalachian Inner Piedmont:           517
an exhumed strke-parallel, tectonically forced orogenic channel
dia Cordilera
RaOWN R. L. & GISON H. D. An argument for channel flow in the               543
sothen Caadian Cordillera and comparison with Himalayan tectonics
CARI . D & SIMONY P. S. Ductile thrustin versus channel flow in the         561
southeastern Canadian Cordillera: evolution of a coherent crystalline thrust sheet
KUIR Y. D., WILLIAMS, P. F & KRUSE, S. Possibility of channel flow n         589
he southern Canadian Cordillera: a new approach to explain existing data

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Geology, Structural Himalaya Mountains Region, Geology, Stratigraphic, Geology, Structural China Tibet, Plate tectonics Himalaya Mountains Region, Orogeny Himalaya Mountains Region