Fault damage zones dominated by high-angle fractures within layer-parallel brittle shear zones: examples from the Eastern Alps

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TitelThe internal structure of fault zones: implications for mechanical and fluid flow properties
ErscheinungsortLondon
Herausgeber (Verlag)The Geological Society, London
Seiten75-95
Auflage1
ISBN (Print)978-1-86239-253-3
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PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2008

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NameGeological Society Special Publication
Herausgeber (Verlag)The Geological Society, London
Band299

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Brosch, F-J., & Kurz, W. (2008). Fault damage zones dominated by high-angle fractures within layer-parallel brittle shear zones: examples from the Eastern Alps. in The internal structure of fault zones: implications for mechanical and fluid flow properties (1 Aufl., S. 75-95). (Geological Society Special Publication; Band 299). London: The Geological Society, London. https://doi.org/10.1144/SP299.5

Fault damage zones dominated by high-angle fractures within layer-parallel brittle shear zones: examples from the Eastern Alps. / Brosch, Franz-Josef; Kurz, Walter.

The internal structure of fault zones: implications for mechanical and fluid flow properties. 1. Aufl. London : The Geological Society, London, 2008. S. 75-95 (Geological Society Special Publication; Band 299).

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Brosch, F-J & Kurz, W 2008, Fault damage zones dominated by high-angle fractures within layer-parallel brittle shear zones: examples from the Eastern Alps. in The internal structure of fault zones: implications for mechanical and fluid flow properties. 1 Aufl., Geological Society Special Publication, Bd. 299, The Geological Society, London, London, S. 75-95. https://doi.org/10.1144/SP299.5
Brosch F-J, Kurz W. Fault damage zones dominated by high-angle fractures within layer-parallel brittle shear zones: examples from the Eastern Alps. in The internal structure of fault zones: implications for mechanical and fluid flow properties. 1 Aufl. London: The Geological Society, London. 2008. S. 75-95. (Geological Society Special Publication). https://doi.org/10.1144/SP299.5
Brosch, Franz-Josef ; Kurz, Walter. / Fault damage zones dominated by high-angle fractures within layer-parallel brittle shear zones: examples from the Eastern Alps. The internal structure of fault zones: implications for mechanical and fluid flow properties. 1. Aufl. London : The Geological Society, London, 2008. S. 75-95 (Geological Society Special Publication).
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