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Abstract The Betic-Rif Cordilleras, formed by the interaction of NW–SE convergence between the Eurasian and African plates and the westward motion of their Internal Zones, provide a good example of(More)
Abstract Among the classical minor structural associations on the termination of transcurrent faults are horsetail splays formed by reverse, normal or strike-slip faults developing duplexes. However,(More)
[1] We analyze focal mechanisms of shallow-intermediate earthquakes in a NW-SE transect along the western Betic Cordillera and Alboran Sea, and deep earthquakes located in the central Betics to(More)
Abstract Rheological heterogeneities in the upper-crust have a close relationship with the fold position where rigid bodies could constitute initial perturbations that allow the nucleation of folds.(More)