Geological Magazine "The book should become a basic reference for all structural geologists, especially the .
Geological Magazine "The book should become a basic reference for all structural geologists, especially the specialist in small-scale structures. It could be used by graduate students or, perhaps, by well prepared senior undergraduates. -Tectonophysics "It is clear from volume 2 that this series will be the best ever produced teaching text in geology. Episodes, 1988 "The book should be ideal for students who want to learn techniques of structural geology by themselves or for teachers who are too busy or too lazy to put together practical exercises. The illustrations are mostly new and are excellent. The first four sessions deal with geometric aspects of folds.
Journal of Structural Geology, 1988 "Like the first volume, which dealt with analyses of largly homogeneous strains . This is the second of two books by Ramsay and Huber on the fundamentals of structural geology. It is a must read fro all economic geologists dealing with deformed deposits.
Journal of Structural Geology, 1988 "Like the first volume, which dealt with analyses of largly homogeneous strains and the resulting rock fabrics, the second is a manual largely to be worked at rather than read.
Folding and Fracturing of Rocks. All structural geologists should have a copy of this book on their shelf. Ramsay and Huber are to be congratulated for producing an excellent text that will greatly simplify the teaching of a difficult subject
Folding and Fracturing of Rocks. -MODERN GEOLOGY "Impressive features of this book are its thoughtful and meticulous compilation, the effort to use real rather than artificial examples where possible, the clarity and beauty of the plates, and the generally high standard of production. Ramsay and Huber are to be congratulated for producing an excellent text that will greatly simplify the teaching of a difficult subject. GSA's Division of Structural Geology and Tectonics has awarded this book its Best Paper Award, and it is clearly deserving of such an honour.
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The Techniques of Modern Structural Geology. New structural data obtained within the Birimian formations of the Kolia-Boboti sedimentary basin evidenced a third D3 Eburnean phase (2075–1980Ma) of deformation in the Daléma supergroup of the Kédougou-Kéniéba Inlier (KKI). The D3 phase is well exposed in the sedimentary rocks (quartzites, sandstones, greywackes. It is expressed by a NW and EW fracture and shear foliation with oblique dips. towards the south, southeast and southwest. This foliation is associated with asymmetric Z-shaped folds and with NW–SE or SW–NE dextral shear bands.
John G. Ramsay, Martin I. Huber. Volume 2 applies the principles of deformation to the analysis of folds and fractures. There are thirteen practical sessions, each providing three hours work. The problems are illustrated with photographs and drawings, and the solutions are discussed. All the sessions are drawn from actual geological examples.
Martin I. Huber, John G. Ramsay. Folding and Fracturing of Rocks (International Series in the Earth and Planetary Sciences).
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