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(a) Example of steeply dipping south-verging reverse fault (Royal Hill). Insert shows zoom of fault surface with slickensides. Photograph looks south. (b) Example of conjugate high-angle thrusts (West Pay Caro). A 20-cm thick zone of mylonitised band is associated with the south verging fault (left). Left insert shows a zoom, S indicates mylonitic fabric. A quartz vein is offset of about 40 cm by the north verging fault (offset underlined by white lines, right insert).
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