On the Cenozoic Uplift and Tectonic Stability of the Colorado Plateau
The Colorado Plateau is a major tectonic and physiographic province in the southwestern United States which has been relatively stable during the Phanerozoic, but has been epeirogenically uplifted about 2 km in the Cenozoic.
Morgan, P., and Swanberg, C.A., 1985, on the Cenozoic uplift and tectonic stability of the Colorado Plateau: Journal of Geodynamics, v. 3, p. 39-63.
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