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title: Tectonic evolution of the Japanese island arc system
author: Taira, A
Issued Date: 2001
Abstract: Growth of the Japanese are system, which has mainly taken place along the continental margin of Asia since the Permian, is the result of subduction of the ancient Pacific ocean floor. Backarc basin formation in the Tertiary shaped the present-day are configuration. The neotectonic regime, which is characterized by strong east-west compression, has been triggered by the eastward motion of the Amur plate in the Quaternary. The tectonic evolution of the Japanese are system includes formation of rock assemblages common in most orogenic belts. Because the origin and present day tectonics of these assemblages are better defined in the case of the Japanese are system, study of the system provides useful insight into orogenesis and continental crust evolution.
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Taira, A. Tectonic Evolution Of The Japanese Island Arc System[J]. Annual Review Of Earth And Planetary Sciences,2001,29(X):109-134.

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