Internide


Internide

In geology, internides are the internal part of an orogenic belt, farthest away from the craton, which is commonly the site of a eugeosyncline during its early phases and is later subjected to plastic folding and plutonism. Also known as primary arc.


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  • Orogeny — Geologic provinces of the world (USGS)   Shield …   Wikipedia

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