Using small-scale structures as a tool for understanding regional deformation: A study of deformation bands and faults at Kettleman Hills, California
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Bachelor of Arts
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Wed, 08 Jun 2011 19:05:16 GMT
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Titus, Sarah J.
Distinction on comps in Geology Comprehensive Exercise, Duncan Stewart Fellowship, Sigma Xi
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Structural geology; Regional deformation; Central California; San Andreas Fault; Kettleman Hills; Folds; Deformation bands; Faults; Riedel Shear
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