NJG61-3/4-08
1981
Mesozoic high-angle faults, east Hinnøy, North Norway
61
3, 4
291-296

Several NE-trending high-angle faults with NW -side down dip-slip have disrupted Caledonian structures on east Hinnøy. The faults are virtually vertical, and strictly brittle in style. These faults may be related to widespread Mesozoic faults in the continental shelf of Norway, which formed during Mesozoic rifting,
prior to the opening of the Norwegian Sea in Cenozoic time.

0029-196X
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