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Full article The Central Asian Orogenic Belt (CAOB) records multiple Phanerozoic tectonic events involving consolidation of disparate terranes and cratonic blocks and subsequent reactivation of Eurasia’s continental interior.

Land cover maps were derived: (1) from existing data (2000); and Land cover change analysis was performed for three catchments in the rural Eastern Cape, South Africa, for two time steps (20), to characterize landscape conversion trajectories for sustained landscape health.

Full article Bentonite makes an important contribution to the performance of the engineered barriers in most radioactive waste repository designs.

The choice of bentonite results from its favourable properties for waste isolation and its stability in relevant geological environments.

The final amalgamation of the CAOB terrane collage involved diachronous closure of the Permian-Triassic Solonker suture in northernmost China and the Jurassic Mongol-Okhotsk suture in northeast Mongolia and eastern Siberia.