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Author Topic:   Mechanisms of sea transgression and regression
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Message 5 of 16 (806638)
04-27-2017 1:16 AM
Reply to: Message 4 by edge
04-27-2017 12:38 AM

Increased Cretaceous seafloor spreading rates
This is something I've tried to research in the past, and didn't come up with much information.

It may be difficult for you to have the information, but my question is, was this increased spreading rate confined to one ocean or was it multiple locations?

Also, was there increased subduction zone volcanism associated with this increased spreading rate?

Was there orogeny/mountain building associated with this increased spreading rate?

(can't remember ****, of my historical geology class) Moose

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