Identifying multiple detachment horizons and an evolving thrust history through cross-section restoration and appraisal in the Moine Thrust Belt, NW Scotland
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Watkins , H , Bond , C E & Butler , R W H 2014 , ' Identifying multiple detachment horizons and an evolving thrust history through cross-section restoration and appraisal in the Moine Thrust Belt, NW Scotland ' Journal of Structural Geology , vol 66 , pp. 1-10 . DOI: 10.1016/j.jsg.2014.05.001
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