Latest Farallon Plate Stories
New study provides explanation for long-debated origin of bow-shaped mountain belts that form along the edges of colliding tectonic plates
A team of American scientists believe they have solved a geological mystery buried about 100 miles below California.
50 million years ago, mountains began popping up in southern British Columbia and swept down Northern America over the next 22 million years, according to Stanford geochemists.
Researchers at Monash University and Scripps Institution of Oceanography identify movements of plate and plate boundaries; could substantially improve models of tectonic motion.
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