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|Title: ||Inversion of synrift normal faults in the High Atlas Mountains, Morocco|
|Authors: ||Beauchamp, W.|
El Alji, M.
|Keywords: ||Atlas Mountains|
Inversion of synrift normal fault
|Issue Date: ||1997|
|Publisher: ||Society for Exploration Geophysics (SEG)|
|Citation: ||The Leading Edge, vol. 16, p. 1171-1175, 1997|
|Abstract: ||Structural inversion related to intracontinental rifting occurs when extensional rift faults reverse their sense of motion during subsequent episodes of compressional tectonics. Features generated by extension, such as half grabens, are uplifted to form positive anticlinal structures.|
|Description: ||Copyright 1997, Society for Exploration Geophysics.
|Appears in Collections:||Prof. Muawia Barazangi|
Middle East and North Africa Region Projects
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