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Dr. Aleksandar Mišković

  • Mišković, A. and Francis, D., 2003. The Early Tertiary Sifton Range Volcanic Complex, south-western Yukon. In: D. S. Emond and L. L. Lewis (eds.), Yukon Exploration and Geology, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon Region, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 143-155.
  • Mišković, A. and Francis, D., 2006. Interaction between mantle-derived and crustal calc-alkaline magmas in the petrogenesis of the Sifton Range Volcanic Complex, Yukon, Canada. In B.R. Edwards and K. Russell (eds.), Mantle to magma: Lithospheric and Volcanic Processes in Western North America, Lithos, v. 87, p. 104-134.
  • Chew D.M., Schaltegger U., Košler J., Whitehouse M.J., Gutjahr M., Spikings R.A., Mišković, A., 2007. U-Pb evidence for the evolution of the Gondwanan margin of the north-central Andes. Geological Society America Bulletin, v. 119, 697-711.
  • Chew D.M., Magna, Kirkland, C.L., Mišković, A., Cardona, A., Spikings, R.A., and Schaltegger, U., 2008. Detrital zircon fingerprint of the Proto-Andes: Evidence for a Neoproterozoic active margin? Precambrian Research, v. 167, 186-200.
  • Mišković, A. and Schaltegger U., 2009. Crustal growth along a non-collisional cratonic margin: a Lu-Hf isotopic survey of the Eastern Cordilleran granitoids of Peru. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 279, 303-315.
  • Mišković, A., Schaltegger, U., Spikings, R. A., Chew, D.M., Košler, J., 2009. Tectono-magmatic evolution of Western Amazonia: geochemical characterization and zircon U-Pb geochronologic constraints from the Peruvian Eastern Cordilleran granitoids. Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 121, 1289-1324.
  • Cardona, A., Chew, D.M., Valencia, V.A., Bayona, G., Mišković, A., Ibañez, M. Grenvillian remnants in the Northern Andes: Rodinian and Phanerozoic palogeographic perspectives. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, v. 29, 92-104.
  • Chew, D.M., Cardona, A. and Mišković, A., 2011. Tectonic evolution of western Amazonia from the assembly of Rodinia to its break-up. International Geology Review 53, 1280-1296.