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This collection of papers addresses lithospheric deformation and the rheology of shear zones, together with processes of partitioning and the unravelling of fault and shear zone histories.
This volume brings together research papers from modern, outcrop and subsurface settings to highlight these recent advances in understanding of the stratigraphic evolution of submarine slope systems.

This volume assesses the biotic and physical response to Early-Middle Pleistocene transitions both on land and in oceans.
This volume includes papers based on up-to-date research, and focuses on three themes: alluvial fan processes, dynamics of Quaternary alluvial fans and fan sedimentary sequences. Linking the papers is an emphasis on the controls of fan geomorphology, sedimentology and dynamics.
Focusing on the James Ross Basin, Antarctica, the papers within this volume provide an overview of recent advances in the understanding of palaeoenvironmental change spanning the mid-Cretaceous to the Neogene.
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This book presents an overview of current techniques and the latest technologies used to understand and exploit fractured reservoirs.
This volume is a collection of papers in which the characteristic features of evaporites, as observed in the rock record, are explained and integrated in a realistic manner. This framework is based on a new understanding of the formative saline water bodies, as set in the diverse tectonic, chemical and depositional setting of many different basins.
Eighteen studies covering a variety of tectonic settings including California, central Asia, the Middle East, New Zealand, southeast Asia, the Scotia Arc and the Caribbean region are presented in this volume.
This book captures current research into understanding the complexities of fault-zone internal structure, and their control on mechanical and fluid-flow properties of the upper crust.
This publication is a selection of papers from a 2005 conference of the Geological Society of London discussing the understanding available to geologists and engineers to capture inherent uncertainties at each aspect of the geological model's life.
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