Towards Reliable Sub-Division of Geological Areas : Interval Approach

@inproceedings{Coblentz2000TowardsRS,
  title={Towards Reliable Sub-Division of Geological Areas : Interval Approach},
  author={David Coblentz and Vladik Kreinovich and Brian S. Penn and Scott A. Starks},
  year={2000}
}
An appropriate subdivision of a geophysical area into segments enables us to extrapolate the results obtained in some locations within the segment (where extensive research was done) to other locations within the same segment, and thus, get a good understanding of the locations which weren’t thoroughly analyzed. Often, different evidence and different experts’ intuition support different subdivisions schemes. For example, in our area – Rio Grande rift zone – there is some geochemical evidence… CONTINUE READING

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