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Author: Peter Molnar,V. S. Burtman
Publisher: Geological Society of Amer (August 1, 1993)
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Geological and geophysical observations imply Cenozoic subduction of intact Eurasian continental lithosphere, approximately 300km in downdip length and including relatively thin (20-25km) continental crust, beneath the Pamir

Geological and geophysical observations imply Cenozoic subduction of intact Eurasian continental lithosphere, approximately 300km in downdip length and including relatively thin (20-25km) continental crust, beneath the Pamir. An inclined seismic zone dips at about 45° south-southeastward to a depth of 150 to 200km beneath the Pamir and projects to the surface near the northern margin of the Pamir. The downdip length of the seismic zone of about 300km implies a comparable amount of subduction of lithosphere in late Cenozoic time.

Geological and geophysical evidence for deep subduction of continental crust . Geological Society of America Special Papers, 281, 1–76. Ischuk, . Bendick, . Rybin, . Molnar, . Khan, S. Kuzikov, . et al.

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