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Both Colorado Plateau and Laramide thick-skinned deformation terminate on the south at the Phoenix fault. AV—Adel volcanics; ATL—Atlanta lobe of Idaho batholith; BIT— Bitterroot lobe of Idaho batholith; BM-W—Blue Mountain–Wallowa terranes; C—Carmacks volcanics; EV—Elkhorn Mountain volcanics; JM—Judith Mountains; K—Kootenay terrane; LR—Little Rocky Mountains; M—McCoy Mountains Formation; MC—Monashee complex; N—Nisling terrane; RMA—Roberts Mountain allochthon; SJ— San Juan volcanic field; SZ—shear zone.
Even a cursory glance at the geological map of western North America (Figs. , 2007)—whereas the contemporaneous postcollisional, slab failure magmatic rocks of Canada generally don’t occur much south of it. This, and their temporal overlap, suggest a causal relationship. Perhaps the subducting oceanic slab was segmented, and the transform transected the edge of the craton at the site of the Montana transform. When the slab failed, it would then have been possible to have different thicknesses of lithospheric mantle on either side of the transform.
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