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Control of lithospheric inheritance on neotectonic activity in northwestern Canada?

Lithospheric inheritance is thought to affect the location and reactivation of tectonic structures through successive cycles of supercontinent formation and dispersal; however, its relation to neotectonic activity remains unclear. In northwestern Canada, abundant seismicity throughout the northern Canadian Cordillera (NCC) is geographically confined by several crustal-scale boundaries, yet its southern extent terminates abruptly along the inferred westward extension of a Late Cretaceous rifted margin boundary called the Liard transfer zone (LTZ).
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