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  • A new view on neotectonics
  • Concept ; Geochronology ; Neogene ; Neotectonics
  • A new concept of neotectonics within the framework of geotectonics is discussed in this article. The A. applied the principles of synergetics and periodicity. Neotectonics can be regarded as a discipline studying, above all, the Earth's crust
  • Neotectonic movements in the Sperkhios River basin, Central Greece in Neotectonics and morphotectonics.
  • Landforms and neotectonics in the equatorial passive margin of Brazil
  • Brazil ; Ceará ; Continental margin ; Differential erosion ; Neotectonics ; Seismicity ; Shear stress ; Strike-slip fault
  • The AA. reconsider features described as neotectonic in origin, especially the correspondence between these features, the distribution and characteristics of seismic activity, and the local morphology (fault scarps, hydrographic markers). The AA
  • . also question neotectonic interpretations that have been proposed in the literature for some landforms located outside seismic areas. The objective is to form a preliminary assessment of the morphological effects of neotectonics in the study area
  • Neotectonic and morphotectonic research in Neotectonics and morphotectonics.
  • Comparison of landforms resulting from neotectonics in western and southern Iran in Neotectonics and morphotectonics.
  • Caves as indicators of neotectonics in Sweden in Neotectonics and morphotectonics.
  • Integrated neotectonic and morphometric analysis of Northern Sicily
  • Geomorphometry ; Italy ; Neotectonics ; Seismicity ; Sicilia ; Strike-slip fault
  • of the south Tyrrhenian border dynamics. Integrated methodologies of analysis have been utilised to evaluate the neotectonic setting of the northern sector of the island. - (NF)
  • Active faulting and neotectonic deformation on the eastern flank of Mount Etna, Sicily
  • Neotectonics and active faulting
  • Fault ; Global tectonics ; Italy ; Neotectonics ; Sicilia ; Structural geomorphology ; Volcano
  • to elucidate the neotectonic deformation of eastern Mount Etna.
  • Neotectonic and volcanic characteristics of the Karasu fault zone (Anatolia, Turkey) : the transition zone between the Dead Sea transform and the East Anatolian fault zone
  • Neotectonics of Turkey. Special issue
  • Anatolia ; Fault ; K/Ar dating ; Neotectonics ; Pliocene ; Quaternary ; Regional geology ; Rift ; Turkey ; Volcanism
  • The aim of this paper is to shed some light onto the neotectonic evolution of the Karasu Rift based on K-Ar dating of its volcanism, age and type of faulting during the Plio-Quaternary period.
  • Neotectonics and large-scale geomorphology of Canada
  • Canada ; Geomorphology ; Neotectonics ; Plate tectonics ; Seismicity
  • Neotectonics and active faulting
  • Earthquake ; Fault ; Honshu ; Hydrogeology ; Japan ; Neotectonics ; Springs
  • earthquakes also have the potential to leave a record in the rock, chiefly in the form of mineral precipitates. A new branch of neotectonics is proposed: neohydrotectonics concerned with the fossil record of hydrogeological changes that have accompanied
  • Neotectonic effects on sinuosity and channel migration, Belle Fourche River, western South Dakota
  • , neotectonically induced deformation.
  • A model of progressive slope failure under the effect of the neotectonic stress field in Geomorphological models. Theoretical and empirical aspects.
  • This paper is a progress report on the state of the art in the study of the relationship between the neotectonic stress field and the stability of slopes.
  • Genesis of deformation structures affecting Plio-Pleistocene sediments in the western Portuguese mainland (West Iberia). Implication on the regional neotectonics
  • Fault ; Neotectonics ; Pleistocene ; Pliocene ; Portugal ; Regional geology ; Sedimentary structure ; Seismicity
  • of the outcropping structures. The neotectonic activity is therefore reconsidered from the interpretation of the triggering mechanisms responsible for the observed deformation.
  • Aminostratigraphy and electron spin resonance studies of late Quaternary sea level change and coastal neotectonics in Tasmania, Australia
  • Aminostratigraphy ; Australia ; Coastal environment ; Dating ; Neotectonics ; Quaternary ; Sea level ; Tasmania
  • richly fossiliferous Pleistocene coastal sediments provide the least ambiguous evidence for neotectonic uplift processes in Tasmania.
  • Digital elevation modelling in a study of the neotectonic geomorphology of the Sierra Nevada, southern Spain
  • Neotectonics and active faulting
  • Fault ; Methodology ; Mountain ; Neotectonics ; Numerical model ; Sierra Nevada ; Spain ; Statistics ; Structural geomorphology
  • Neotectonics and active faulting
  • Cenozoic ; Drainage network ; Fault ; Neotectonics ; Poland ; Structural geomorphology ; Sudety
  • The Sudetes Montains are characterised by a residual tectonic topography, the typical landform being mature fault-generated range fronts originated during the Late Tertiary. The general pattern of neotectonic movement in this area can be inferred
  • from analysis of drainage systems and the distribution of erosion surfaces. The aim of this paper is to outline the usefulness of some landforms in neotectonic reconstructions in tectonically less active areas.
  • Neotectonics of the northeastern Basin and Range margin, western USA
  • Neotectonics and active faulting
  • Earthquake ; Fault ; Model ; Neotectonics ; Palaeogeography ; Quaternary ; Tectonics ; United States ; Western United States
  • Neotectonic and morphotectonic implications of the Nile Delta basin, Egypt
  • Alluvial cone ; Cenozoic ; Delta ; Differential erosion ; Egypt ; Fault ; Neotectonics ; Nile ; Plate tectonics ; Sea level ; Seismicity ; Tectonics
  • The effect of the Late Cenozoic tectonics (neotectonics) and their associated morphotectonics on the Nile Delta basin since the Late Miocene are discussed. The Nile Delta site seems to be affected by basement-related tectonics as it is located
  • Natural and induced seimicity in the Lake Erie-Lake Ontario region: reactivation of ancient faults with little neotectonic displacement
  • Neotectonics of the Great Lakes area
  • Canada ; Fault ; Geophysics ; Neotectonics ; Ontario ; Seismicity