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New Paper on the Exhumation of the Coyote Mountains metamorphic core complex

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The work of Megan Borel Master’s thesis was recently accepted for publication in Tectonics!

Her research, spearheaded by Dr. Raphael Gottardi, aimed at constraining the exhumation of the Coyote Mountains metamorphic core complex (Arizona).
The results have important implications for the tectonic evolution of the southern North american Cordillera.

Megan is currently pursuing her PhD at the University of Florida.

The paper can be found here

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