Glossary of normal faults

Glossary of normal faults Increased interest in normal faults and extended terranes has led to the development of an increasingly complex terminology. The most important terms are defined in this paper, with original references being given wherever possible, along with examples of current usage. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Structural Geology Elsevier

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2000 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved
ISSN
0191-8141
eISSN
1873-1201
DOI
10.1016/S0191-8141(00)80102-9
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Abstract

Increased interest in normal faults and extended terranes has led to the development of an increasingly complex terminology. The most important terms are defined in this paper, with original references being given wherever possible, along with examples of current usage.

Journal

Journal of Structural GeologyElsevier

Published: Mar 1, 2000

References

  • The growth of fault-bounded tilt blocks
    Anders, M.H.; Spiegelman, M.; Rodgers, D.W.; Hagstrum, J.T.
  • The Dynamics of Faulting
    Anderson, E.M.
  • Evolution of pull-apart basins and their scale independence
    Aydin, A.; Nur, A.
  • Volumetric contraction during compaction of mudrocks: a mechanism for the development of regional-scale polygonal fault systems
    Cartwright, J.A.; Lonergan, L.
  • Fault tip displacement gradients and process zone dimensions
    Cowie, P.A.; Shipton, Z.K.
  • Kinematic modelling of extensional fault-propagation folding
    Hardy, S.; McClay, K.
  • Relay zone geometry and displacement transfer between normal faults recorded in coal-mine plans
    Huggins, P.; Watterson, J.; Walsh, J.J.; Childs, C.
  • Structural anisotropy of normal-fault surfaces
    Lee, J.J.; Bruhn, R.L.
  • The geometry of polygonal fault systems in Tertiary mudrocks of the North Sea
    Lonergan, L.; Cartwright, J.; Jolly, R.
  • Statistical physics, seismogenesis, and seismic hazard
    Main, I.
  • Damage zone geometry around fault tips
    McGrath, A.G.; Davison, I.
  • The shapes, major axis orientations and displacement patterns of fault surfaces
    Nicol, A.; Watterson, J.; Walsh, J.J.; Childs, C.
  • Effects of propagation rate on displacement variations along faults
    Peacock, D.C.P.; Sanderson, D.J.
  • A rough guide to limestone fault scarps
    Stewart, I.
  • Fractals in geology and geophysics
    Turcotte, D.L.
  • The effect of fault slip on permeability and permeability anisotropy in quartz gouge
    Zhang, S.; Tullis, T.E.

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