2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jf000167
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Abstract: [1] The long-term erosional evolution of relief is revealed by low-temperature thermochronometric data, whereas geomorphic features give constraints on the short-term evolution. We discuss the topographic evolution of northeastern Corsica by fission track and (U-Th)/He dating of apatite, the provenance of Neogene alluvial sediments, an analysis of uplifted strath terraces, and the shape of river profiles. Cooling ages indicate high cooling rates of up to 40°C/Myr during the early-middle Miocene, when this reg…

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