Intrafolial and Other Folds in Shear Zones
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Intrafolial folds are tight to isoclinal syn-shear overturned folds in ductile shear zones. These folds could be bound by both primary–and secondary ductile shear planes.
KeywordsShear Zone Structural Geology Shear Plane Ductile Shear Zone Shear Sense
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