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Fault patterns from four sites of the Rosebel district (“Faultkin” Allmendinger’s software (Marrett and Allmendinger, 1990; Allmendinger et al., 2011). Fault strike diagrams are direction rose diagrams. Stereograms for shortening directions show poles of faults, contours of associated principal shortening (equal area projection, lower hemisphere). λ1, λ2, λ3 refer to bulk principal stretch, intermediate, and shortening axes, respectively. N refers to the number of measured faults. See text for further comments.

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