Monthly Archives: May 2016

2016: Twenty-five million years of subduction-accretion-exhumation during the Late Cretaceous-Tertiary in the northwestern Caribbean: The Trinidad Dome, Escambray Complex, Central Cuba

Twenty-five million years of subduction-accretion-exhumation during the Late Cretaceous-Tertiary in the northwestern Caribbean: The Trinidad Dome, Escambray Complex, Central Cuba Abstract The Trinidad dome, Escambray complex, Central Cuba, forms part of an accretionary wedge built-up during intra-oceanic subduction in the Caribbean from the Late Cretaceous (∼75 Ma) to Tertiary. Fieldwork, microscopic studies, P-T estimates and…
read more
  • 2020: Diamond forms during low pressure serpentinisation of oceanic lithosphere

    Diamond forms during low pressure serpentinisation of oceanic lithosphere Abstract Diamond is...
    Read more
  • Recent Comments