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Kinematic evolution and structural styles of fold-and-thrust belts
edited by J. Poblet and R.J. Lisle.
Table of Contents
Kinematic evolution and structural styles of fold-and-thrust belts -- Kinematic evolution and strain simulation, based on cross-section restoration, of the Maiella Mountain: an analogue for oil fields in the Apennines (Italy) -- The roles of complex mechanical stratigraphy and syn-kinematic sedimentation in fold development: insights from discrete-element modeling and application to the Pico del Aguila anticline (External Sierras, Southern Pyrenees) -- Kinematic retro-modelling of a cross-section through a thrust-and-fold belt: the Western Irish Namurian Basin -- Incremental slip history of a thrust: diverse transport directions and internal folding of the Utrillas thrust sheet (NE Iberian Chain, Spain) -- Kinematic evolution of the eastern Tethyan Himalaya: constraints from magnetic fabric and structural properties of the Triassic flysch in SE Tibet -- Progressive deformation of a Coulomb thrust wedge: the eastern Fuegian Andes Thrust-Fold Belt -- Comparison of tectonic styles in the Mexican and Canadian Rocky Mountain Fold-Thrust Belt -- Hinterland-foreland zonation of the Variscan orogen in the Central Pyrenees: comparison with the northern part of the Iberian Variscan Massif -- Kinematics of the Forcarei Synform (NW Iberian Variscan belt) -- Tectonic style and structural analysis of the Puebla de Guzman Antiform (Iberian Pyrite Belt, South Portuguese Zone, SW Spain) -- Polyphase deformation of the Variscan accretionary wedge: an example from the southern part of the Moravian Karst (Bohemian Massif, Czech Republic) -- Thrust tectonics of the Upper Jurassic limestones in the Pavlov Hills (Outer Western Carpathians, Czech Republic).