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A reappraisal of the Sibson-Scholz fault zone model : the nature of the frictional to viscous ("brittle-ductile") transition along a long-lived, crustal-scale fault, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.

Imber, J. and Holdsworth, R. E. and Butler, C. A. and Strachan, R. A. (2001) 'A reappraisal of the Sibson-Scholz fault zone model : the nature of the frictional to viscous ("brittle-ductile") transition along a long-lived, crustal-scale fault, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.', Tectonics., 20 (5). pp. 601-624.


Item Type:Article
Keywords:Fractures, Faults, Role of fluids, Continental tectonics.
Full text:PDF - Published Version (7301Kb)
Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://www.agu.org/journals/tc/tc0105/tc_20_5.html
Publisher statement:© 2001 American Geophysical Union. Imber, J., Holdsworth, R. E., Butler, C. A., Strachan, R. A., (2001), 'A reappraisal of the Sibson-Scholz fault zone model : the nature of the frictional to viscous ("brittle-ductile") transition along a long-lived, crustal-scale fault, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.', Tectonics., 20 (5). pp. 601-624.
Record Created:06 Oct 2008
Last Modified:11 Aug 2011 16:42

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