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The Tectonophysics Section is highly interdisciplinary, with strong ties to other Sections including: Seismology, Geodesy, Planetary Sciences, Geomagnetism/Paleomagnetism, and Volcanology/Geochemistry/Petrology.


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- J. Collot, M. Patriat, S. Etienne, P. Rouillard, F. Soetaert, C. Juan, B. Marcaillou, G. Palazzin, C. Clerc, P. Maurizot, F. Pattier, E. Tournadour, B. Sevin, A. Privat

Classically, deepwater fold-and-thrust belts are classified in two main types, depending if they result from near- [...]

- J. Gillespie, S. Glorie, G. Jepson, Z. Y. Zhang, W. J. Xiao, M. Danišík, A. S. Collins

The easternmost Tianshan forms the eastern extremity of the modern Central Asian Orogenic Belt and represents a key [...]

- S. Iaccarino, C. Montomoli, R. Carosi, C. Montemagni, H.-J. Massonne, A. Langone, A. K. Jain, D. Visonà

A peculiar feature of the Himalaya is the occurrence of a system of low-angle-normal faults and shear zones, the So [...]