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LATE CENOZOIC RIVER INCISION HISTORIES OF THE UPPER
COLORADO RIVER SYSTEM

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Andres Aslan

Date

12 March 15

Number

3

Abstract

The Colorado Rocky Mountain province experienced multiple phases of uplift since retreat of the
Cretaceous Seaway ca. 80 Ma. To evaluate latest phases of uplift, I will present data on the incision histories
of the Colorado, Green and Yampa Rivers over the past 10 Ma. I will also draw connections between patterns
of river incision and mantle tomographic images to explain
landscape changes during the Neogene.

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