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Authors: Vannoli, P.*
Basili, R.*
Valensise, G.*
Title: New evidence for anticlinal growth driven by blind faulting along the northern Marche coastal belt
Issue Date: Sep-2002
Keywords: Blind thrust fault
Marche region
Abstract: We performed a geomorphological analysis of growing anticlines aimed at identifying and characterising their driving blind thrust faults. Our approach is based on the assumption that anomalous drainage patterns and deformed recent geomorphic features (Middle-Late Pleistocene alluvial and coastal terraces) are indicators of the vertical component of tectonic movements. The study was conducted at two different wavelengths to discriminate the contributions of regional (100 km) and local (10 km) tectonic processes.
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04.04.01. Earthquake geology and paleoseismology

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