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obduction

[äb′dək·shən]
(medicine)
The act or instance of performing a postmortem examination.
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Sr, Nd and Pb isotopic constraints in the genesis of a calc-alkaline plutonic suite in Omen ophiolite related to obduction processes, in Peters et al.
It takes us through to the development of the Appalachian Mountains and the formation of Pangea, with stops in between, such as the obduction of ophiolites exposed at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Gros Morne National Park, western Newfoundland.
2002a) with its cover of Miramichi strata (peri-Gondwana) led to obduction of the arc perhaps as many as hundreds of kilometres to the southeast.
This mechanism has since become known as obduction, in contrast to subduction.
The gravity anomalies are consistent with a complex evolution for northwestern South America involving the accretion of an oceanic plateau with strong Caribbean affinities, obduction of the oceanic crust, over thrusting and strike-slip faulting.