87Sr/86Sr of calcium sulfate in ancient soils of hyperarid settings as a paleoaltitude proxy: Pliocene to Quaternary constraints for northern Chile (19.5-21.7°S)
The authors have investigated a novel approach to constraining the Neogene paleo-elevation history of the forearc along the western margin of the central Andes. Their data provide a compelling case for minimal recent uplift of the Coastal Cordilla and the Central Depression.
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87Sr/86Sr of calcium sulfate in ancient soils of hyperarid settings as a paleoaltitude proxy: Pliocene to Quaternary constraints for northern Chile (19.5–21.7°S)
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