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Abstract

The Gulf of Suez which is one of the best exposed rift example, developed in a simple<br>extensional regime during Neogene times. As most of the extensional systems, it is mainly<br>described by large tilted basement blocks bounded by major normal faults. In spite of a purely<br>extensional regime, numerous medium scale compressional structures developed mainly in<br>the hanging wall of normal faults. These compressional structures are directly related with<br>contrasted lithology.

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2002-05-27
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