Models of passive margin inversion: implications for the Rhenohercynian fold-and-thrust belt, Belgium and Germany
Positive tectonic inversion is related to the transmission of compressional stresses along a décollement into the foreland of an orogenic zone. This stress and strain concentration in regions remote from the main orogenic front is commonly related to the
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