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  • Late Pleistocene - Holocene tectonic activities in the frontal part of NE Himalaya between Siang and Dibang river valleys, Arunachal Pradesh, India
  • Alluvial cone ; Alluvial plain ; Arunachal Pradesh ; Fault ; Geochronology ; Holocene ; India ; Neotectonics ; Optically stimulated luminescence ; Quaternary ; Tectonic thrust ; Tectonics ; Upper Pleistocene
  • . Imprints of active tectonics on the landforms are discernible in the form of tilted fans, colluvial deposits and terraces, truncation of toe of fan, linear fault scarps and thrusting of Siwalik rocks over the colluvial deposits. OSL dates for fans
  • and terrace deposits indicate tectonic activities between 8 and 56 ka. It is showed that geomorphic evidence, chronology of depositional landforms, deformation of Quaternary landforms and soft-sediment deformation structures provide baseline information about
  • 2012
  • Appennino ; Earth surface processes ; Italy ; Marche (Italy) ; Model ; Orogeny ; Regional geology ; Sedimentary basin ; Tectonic thrust ; Tectonics ; Umbria
  • The Umbria-Marche Apennines, an arc-shaped fold and thrust belt form the external part of the Northern Apennines. The AA. suggest that this fold-thrust belt can be divided longitudinally into 2 sectors. The boundary between the eastern and western
  • and tectonic evolution of the region. However, it also possible that the Western and Eastern Umbria-Marche Apennines represent completely different orogenic systems, with different causes - possibly with the former related to Corsica-Adria collision
  • 2012
  • Active Tectonics Influence on Drainage Networks in Dinarkooh Region, Zagros Mountain Range, Iran
  • Altitude ; Drainage network ; Fault ; Geomorphometry ; Iran ; Mountain ; Rock ; Stream ; Tectonics
  • that Southern and Western parts of Dinarkooh are tectonically more active and also Samand active fold plays a significant role in this activity because of an active blind thrust fault beneath it. - (NF)
  • Drainage networks are usually influenced by the type, orientation and recent activity of regional and local faults and folds in tectonically active regions. In the Zagros Mountain Range, Western Iran, most drainage systems are controlled
  • by neotectonics processes. The development of the drainage system of Dinarkooh region in the late Quaternary depends mostly on the activity of Main Zagros Thrust Fault (MZTF) and similar NW-SE oriented faults in Zagros fault system. The AA. have done
  • 2012
  • A Miocene Continental Basin associated with the back thrusting of the Eastern Sierras Pampeanas in the Santa Maria Valley, Northwestern Argentina
  • Andes ; Argentina ; Fault ; Miocene ; Regional geology ; Sedimentary ; Sedimentary basin ; Sedimentary structure ; Tectonics
  • This study addresses the structures of the Miocene sequences in the Santa María Valley, on which there has previously been a lack of information. The Santa María Valley was formed by 2 superposed tectonic events. The first event, during a phase
  • of the Miocene (ca. 13-5 Ma), was an extension and volcanism during which a sedimentary succession of non-marine beds accumulated, lying directly on the crystalline Proterozoic basement. A compressional event followed, causing folding and thrusting
  • 2012
  • Evidence of tectonic influence on drainage evolution in an uplifting area: the case of northern Sila (Calabria, Italy)
  • Calabria ; Drainage ; Drainage network ; Earth surface processes ; Italy ; Lake ; Shear stress ; Stream ; Tectonics ; Topography
  • The Sila Massif (Calabria, southern Italy) is a high-standing plateau with a rolling upland surface lying between 1000 and 1900 m. It is underlain by magmatic and metamorphic rocks thrusted over Mesozoic carbonate and terrigenous units. The Sila
  • valleys and flights of marine terraces. The low-relief Sila upland surface is the remnants of a pre-uplifted landscape developed during a long time of stable base level. This study examines the tectonic geomorphology of an area extending from the northern
  • the local tectonic constrains on the evolution of northern Sila drainage network in the context of the Calabrian Arc uplift. Results indicate that the drainage evolution has been strongly controlled primarily by local tectonics and secondarily by regional
  • 2012
  • Carpathian Mountains ; Fault ; Gneiss ; Hungary ; Miocene ; Pliocene ; Regional geology ; Sedimentary basin ; Tectonic thrust ; Tectonics
  • of the mountains based on the comparison of the structural elements, they paid special attention to the brittle-plastic deformations that may indicate the (re-)activation of Cretaceous thrust faults.
  • 2012