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Revised exhumation history of the Wind River Range, WY;
implications for Laramide tectonics and other Laramide-style orogenic systems

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Resource ID

495

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Volume

48

Named person(s)

Elizabeth Balgord

Date

12 September 16

Number

9

Abstract

The Wind River Range in west
central Wyoming is a classic
example of Laramide-style
basement block uplift. The timing
of exhumation of the Wind River
Range is important for
understanding the timing of
Laramide-style deformation and to
assess proposed mechanisms for
Late Cretaceous-Paleogene
tectonic deformation within the
North American Cordilleran
foreland basin.

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