Geometry and kinematics of Mykonos detachment, Cyclades, Greece: Evidence for slip at shallow dip


[1] The eastern part of Mykonos island (Cyclades, Greece) shows the detailed internal structure of a two‐branch shallow‐dipping extensional detachment system of Miocene age. This paper shows that the last stage of slip along the detachment, during the deposition of syn‐rift sediments, occurred with a very low dip and proposes that this geometry prevailed… (More)


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