bulk strain


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bulk strain

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2] fold generation remain constant implying the changing geometry is a consequence of changing bulk strain rather than fold interference.
2] fold axial planes move close to the orientation of earlier bedding-parallel or sub-parallel structures as bulk strain increases.
1]) folds to the initial Fredericton Fault, a low-angle detachment with dip-slip motion, explains the increase in bulk strain toward the present fault.