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Titanite is a common accessory mineral that is useful in determining both age (U-Pb isotopes) and pressure-temperature (P–T) conditions (trace-element composition: Zr, rare earth elements (REE)). However, titanite has a propensity to recrystallize during metamorphism, fluid flow, and deformation, which can result in modifications to its isotopic an...
Recovering the time-evolving relationship between arc magmatism and deformation, and the influence of anisotropies (inherited foliations, crustal-scale features, and thermal gradients), is critical for interpreting the location, timing, and geometry of transpressional structures in continental arcs. We investigated these themes of magma-deformation...
Structural observations and ⁴⁰Ar/³⁹Ar geochronology on pseudotachylyte, mylonite, and other fault zone materials from Fiordland, New Zealand, reveal a multistage history of fault reactivation and uplift above an incipient ocean‐continent subduction zone. The integrated data allow us to distinguish true fault reactivations from cases where different...