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The Geometry and growth of normal faults

Contributor(s): Childs, C and et al [editor].
Series: Geological Society Special Publication 439.Publisher: London: The Geological Society, 2017Description: viii, 540 pages illustrations; 24.5 cm.ISBN: 9781862399679.Subject(s): Normal Faults | kinematics | Tectonics | Structural AnalysisDDC classification: 551.872
Contents:
Dedication -- Acknowledgement -- Introduction to the geometry and growth of normal faults -- Fault Geometric Analysis -- The geometry of branch lines -- Interactions and growth of faults in an outcrop-scale system -- Myths about normal faulting -- Growth of layer-bound normal faults under a regional anisotropic stress field -- Fault Kinematic Analysis -- Spatial distribution and evolution of fault-segment boundary types in rift systems: observations from experimental clay models -- 3D geometry and kinematic evolution of extensional fault-related folds, NW Red Sea, Egypt -- Rift migration and lateral propagation: evolution of normal faults and sediment-routing systems of the western Corinth rift (Greece) Interaction between gravity-driven listric normal fault linkage and their hanging-wall rollover development: a case study from the western Niger Delta, Nigeria -- Techniques to determine the kinematics of synsedimentary normal faults and implications for fault growth models -- Growth and interaction of normal faults and fault network evolution in rifts: insights from three-dimensional discrete element modelling Fault Zone Structure -- The geometry and dimensions of fault-core lenses -- Widening of normal fault zones due to the inhibition of vertical propagation -- Fracture networks of normal faults in fine-grained sedimentary rocks: examples from Kilve Beach, SW England -- Three-dimensional Distinct Element Method modelling of the growth of normal faults in layered sequences -- Throw partitioning across normal fault zones in the Ptolemais Basin, Greece -- Fault Related Folding -- The relationship between normal drag, relay ramp aspect ratio and fault zone structure -- Occurrence and development of folding related to normal faulting within a mechanically heterogeneous sedimentary sequence: a case study from Inner Moray Firth, UK -- The brittle and ductile components of displacement along fault zones -- Pre-exsting Structure and Reactivation The impact of multiple extension events, stress rotation and inherited fabrics on normal fault geometries and evolution in the Cenozoic rift basins of Thailand -- Importance of pre-existing fault size for the evolution of an inverted fault system -- Post-Caledonian extension in the West Norway–northern North Sea region: the role of structural inheritance -- Influence of fault geometries and mechanical anisotropies on the growth and inversion of hanging-wall synclinal basins: insights from sandbox models and natural examples -- Timing, growth and structure of a reactivated basin-bounding fault
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Includes index

Dedication --
Acknowledgement --
Introduction to the geometry and growth of normal faults --
Fault Geometric Analysis --
The geometry of branch lines --
Interactions and growth of faults in an outcrop-scale system --
Myths about normal faulting --
Growth of layer-bound normal faults under a regional anisotropic stress field --
Fault Kinematic Analysis --
Spatial distribution and evolution of fault-segment boundary types in rift systems: observations from experimental clay models --
3D geometry and kinematic evolution of extensional fault-related folds, NW Red Sea, Egypt --
Rift migration and lateral propagation: evolution of normal faults and sediment-routing systems of the western Corinth rift (Greece)
Interaction between gravity-driven listric normal fault linkage and their hanging-wall rollover development: a case study from the
western Niger Delta, Nigeria --
Techniques to determine the kinematics of synsedimentary normal faults and implications for fault growth models --
Growth and interaction of normal faults and fault network evolution in rifts: insights from three-dimensional discrete element
modelling
Fault Zone Structure --
The geometry and dimensions of fault-core lenses --
Widening of normal fault zones due to the inhibition of vertical propagation --
Fracture networks of normal faults in fine-grained sedimentary rocks: examples from Kilve Beach,
SW England --
Three-dimensional Distinct Element Method modelling of the growth of normal faults in layered sequences --
Throw partitioning across normal fault zones in the Ptolemais Basin, Greece --
Fault Related Folding --
The relationship between normal drag, relay ramp aspect ratio and fault zone structure --
Occurrence and development of folding related to normal faulting within a mechanically heterogeneous sedimentary sequence: a
case study from Inner Moray Firth, UK --
The brittle and ductile components of displacement along fault zones --
Pre-exsting Structure and Reactivation
The impact of multiple extension events, stress rotation and inherited fabrics on normal fault geometries and evolution in the
Cenozoic rift basins of Thailand --
Importance of pre-existing fault size for the evolution of an inverted fault system --
Post-Caledonian extension in the West Norway–northern North Sea region: the role of structural inheritance --
Influence of fault geometries and mechanical anisotropies on the growth and inversion of hanging-wall synclinal basins: insights
from sandbox models and natural examples --
Timing, growth and structure of a reactivated basin-bounding fault

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