Least squares restoration of Tertiary thrust sheets in map view, Tajik depression, central Asia

@inproceedings{Bourgeois1997LeastSR,
  title={Least squares restoration of Tertiary thrust sheets in map view, Tajik depression, central Asia},
  author={O. Bourgeois and Peter R. Cobbold and Delphine Rouby and J. C. Thomas and V. S. Shein},
  year={1997}
}
The Tajik depression, located west of the Pamirs and south of the Tien Shan, is a compressional intermontane basin, bounded by basement overthrusts and filled with Mesozoic and Cenozoic sediments. The internal structure is typical of a thin-skinned tbld and thrust belt. Kinematic data available in the literature suggest that indentation of the Pamirs into Asia durino the Cenozoic collision of India and Asia has been accommodated in various ways within the depression, including westward… CONTINUE READING

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