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Pre-Mesozoic geology of Huizachal-Peregrina Anticlinorium, Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, and adjacent parts of eastern Mexico
The Huizachal-Peregrina Anticlinorium is a large NNW-trending structure in the front ranges of the Sierra Madre Oriental of Mexico (23° 45ʹ N; 99° 10ʹ W). The breached core of the anticlinorium exposes three major geologic ...
The structural and stratigraphic evolution of the Celtic Sea Basins, offshore Ireland
The Celtic Sea area, offshore southern Ireland, is underlain by several discrete rift basins, part of a larger set of such basins which developed marginal to the North Atlantic within the tectonic framework of Pangea ...
Physical models and natural examples of fold interference
Fold interference is used to identify areas of polyphase deformation and to evaluate their deformation history. In this study, dynamically scaled physical models were shortened in two orthogonal directions in a centrifuge ...
Stratigraphy, structural geology, and tectonics of a young forearc-continent collision, western Central Range, Irian Jaya (western New Guinea), Indonesia
New Guinea has long been recognized by geologists as the location of geologically recent mountain building. This study combined field mapping, stratigraphic and remote sensing analysis along and near the Gunung Bijih ...