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Teleseismic anistotropy and its features in the upper mantle beneath the Tibet Plateau and neighboring areas. Metallogenic implications

Jiang, Mei; Qian, Hui; Ma, Yingiun

Global Tectonics and Metallogeny Volume 8 Number 1-4 (2003), p. 87 - 88

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published: Jan 1, 2003

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The extensive seismic studies carried out in Tibet and its neighboring areas in China provided teleseismic data revealing upper mantle structure and indicating structural features at varying levels down through the upper mantle. An example is included to contribute to the study of deep-rooted pathways guiding the ascent of magmatic and hydrothermal fluids potential to concentrate metals in the upper crust.


teleseismic anisotropyupper mantletibet plateauhydrothermal fluids