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The Andes

Active Subduction Orogeny

Oncken, O., Chong, G., Franz, G., Giese, P., Götze, H.-J., Ramos, V.A., Strecker, M.R., Wigger, P. (Eds.)

2006, XXII, 569 p. With DVD.

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From the reviews:

"This beautifully produced book is a comprehensive summary of the main findings and their implications in an easily accessible format. … Overall the book reflects the enormous investment in geophysical data represented by this long-term project, and the resulting geophysical interpretations of crustal structure and processes. … I recommend this book as an indispensable resource for serious researchers interested in the structure of this unique, active, subduction-related mountain system." (R. J. Pankhurst, Geological Magazine, Vol. 145, 2008)



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