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This volume reviews current understanding and ability to model compartmentalization.
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This publication offers papers on specific techniques, and outcrop and field case studies of onshore fold-thrust belts.
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The papers included in this book cover a broad range of different topics, from modelling approaches to predict internal deformation of single structures, 3-D reconstructions to decipher the structural evolution of groups of structures, and palaeomagnetic studies of portions of fold-and-thrust belts.
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The latest Mars missions are returning data of unprecedented fidelity in their representation of the martian surface. Contemporary remost sensing data of Mars, on a par with those of Earth, reveal landscapes strikingly similar to regions of our own planet so this book will be of interest to Earth scientists and planetary scientists alike.
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A Synopsis of 3.8 Ga of Earth History, this volume contains 18 contributions that discuss the geology of Africa from the Archaean to the present day.
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This collection of papers presents recent advances in the study of deformation mechanisms and rheology, and their applications to tectonics. Many of the papers explore how different mechanisms compete and interact to control the evolution of grain size and petrofabrics.
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Papers in this volume discuss control mechanisms that forced changes in the Earth's climate and document the proxies that track them.
From the educational foundation to retirement, a career guide for every professional geologist—or anyone who aspires to be.
This volume showcases the geology of oil sands from around the world. It highlights the Athabasca Oil sands of northern Alberta and the geochemistry of the associated bitumen resource, but points directionally toward the development of other oil-sand deposits in the world.
This volume discusses the influence of thrust-belt evolution on regional petroleum systems, and contains twenty-one chapters, some of which focus on the petroleum potential in the Tunisian Atlas and in Sicily.
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