The Tectonophysics Section is highly interdisciplinary, with strong ties to other Sections including: Seismology, Geodesy, Planetary Sciences, Geomagnetism/Paleomagnetism, and Volcanology/Geochemistry/Petrology.

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- Saeed Madanipour, Todd A. Ehlers, Ali Yassaghi, Eva Enkelmann

The Talesh Mountains at the NW margin of the Iranian Plateau curve around the southwestern corner of the south Casp [...]

- Jessica Ann Thompson Jobe, Tao Li, Jie Chen, Douglas W. Burbank, Aaron Bufe

The Pamir-Tian Shan collision zone in the western Tarim Basin, northwest China, formed from rapid and ongoing conve [...]

- F. A. Darbyshire, I. D. Bastow, L. Petrescu, A. Gilligan, D. A. Thompson

The Precambrian core of North America was assembled in the Proterozoic by a series of collisions between Archean cr [...]