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|Title: ||Evidence of ductile shearing from the extensional crenulation cleavage: An example from Zawar area, the Aravalli mountain|
|Authors: ||BISWAL, TK|
|Keywords: ||anisotropic rocks|
|Issue Date: ||1997|
|Publisher: ||CURRENT SCIENCE ASSN|
|Citation: ||CURRENT SCIENCE, 73(8), 701-703|
|Abstract: ||Extensional crenulation cleavage marked by asymmetric kinks and ductile shears occurs at low angle to steep S-1 planes in the mica schist of Zawar area in the Aravalli mountain. It is developed due to extension along the S-1 planes consequent to large-scale ductile shearing. The compressive stress of such shearing is deduced to be subhorizontal in NNE-SSW direction. Early fold axes assume variable trend due to shearing.|
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