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Earth Sciences & Geography - Geology | Atlas of Shear Zone Structures in Meso-scale (Reviews)

Atlas of Shear Zone Structures in Meso-scale

Mukherjee, Soumyajit

2014, XI, 124 p. 222 illus.

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“The Atlas of Shear Zone Structures in Meso-Scale illustrates the morphological characteristics of shear zones within the Himalayas … . the Atlas is a milestone for researchers, students and professional structural geologists who would like to work on shear zones. The wide variety of structures related to shear zones which are presented in this book include those that are commonly beyond the scope of publication in research articles. This treatment will cater for all who are interested in shear zone dynamics.” (Rajkumar Ghosh, Geological Journal, February, 2014)



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