6 edition of High-Strain Zones found in the catalog.
August 23, 2005 by Geological Society of London .
Written in English
|Contributions||David D. Bruhn (Editor), Luigi Burlini (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||472|
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High-strain Zones Structure and Physical Properties by D. Bruhn. English | July | ISBN: | Pages | PDF | 44 MB. Pure shear dominated high-strain zones occur in a variety of mid-crustal settings.
Ultramylonites from metamorphic core complexes in Arizona record very low vorticity values (W(m). contains upright folding and layer-parallel high-strain zones in the Mount V enn greenstone belt that formed in a compressional setting.
These structures overprint earlier structures that indicate. Bruhn, L. Burlini (Editors), "High-Strain Zones: Structure and Physical Properties (No. )" Geological Society of London; 1st edition (Aug ) English pages PDF MB. Rocks near the San Andreas fault are pervasively crushed at distances of up to m from its core.
Laboratory experiments and calculations suggest that the rocks were pulverized at Cited by: Now that we have introduced as a new type of, we will reverse course and say that thermal energy is not actually a new type of energy, but rather just on a microscopic scale.
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