2 edition of Geology of the southern Troodos transform fault zone found in the catalog.
Accompanied by two folding maps.
|Statement||Geological Survey Department, Cyprus|
|Publishers||Geological Survey Department, Cyprus|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|2||Memoirs / Geological Survey Department, Cyprus -- no.9|
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Our observations and inferences imply that transform fault seismicity depends on time- strain- and permeability-dependent processes, and is governed by the geological complexity at a range of scales.
Light rare-earth enrichment of supra-subduction zone mantle: evidence from the Troodos ophiolite. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 136 1pp.
Late Cretaceous hydrothermal vent communities from the Troodos Ophiolite, Cyprus.
Troodos formed at the bottom of the Tethys Ocean during the Cretaceous around 92 Myrs ago. The Mamonia complex, southwest Cyprus: the evolution and emplacement of a Mesozoic continental margin.Blanc-Valleron, M-M, Flecker, R. Evidence for Upper Cretaceous transform fault metamorphism in West Cyprus. Solid Earth 124 12pp. Modes of extension at oceanic spreading centres: evidence from the Solea Graben, Troodos ophiolite, Cyprus.
Development of concepts concerning the Troodos ophiolite and adjacent units in Cyprus. Spreading-induced faulting and fracturing of oceanic crust: examples from the sheeted dyke complex of the Troodos ophiolite, Cyprus. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 136 1pp.
At mantle levels, we highlight that the dominant deforming material is serpentinite, at least when —as in the case of Troodos —sufficient hydration has taken place.
Acta Mineralogica Pakistanica 13, pp. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 176 3-4pp. The Troodos ophiolite and the upper ocean crust; a reciprocal traffic in scientific concepts. Geological Survey Department, Nicosia, Cyprus, pp 217-230. in a supra-subduction zone setting.
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