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  1. Relating quartz crystallographic preferred orientation intensity to finite strain magnitude in the Northern Snake Range metamorphic core complex, Nevada: a new tool for characterizing strain patterns in ductilely sheared rocks

    26 Dec 2023 | Contributor(s):: nolan Blackford, Sean P. Long, Jeffrey Lee, Kyle P. Larson, Gareth Seward, Julia L. Stevens, Hadeel Al Harthi

    Documenting the magnitude of finite strain within ductile shear zones is critical for understanding lithospheric deformation. However, pervasive recrystallization within shear zones often destroys the deformed markers from which strain can be measured. Intensity parameters calculated from quartz...

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