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11 December 2010

Three joints

Long-time readers (and students) know that I have a special corner of my heart reserved for plumose structure and hackle fringes, that finely-filigreed anatomy of a fracture surface. Fractures are everywhere in rocks, and often they show neat little “topographic” details that show fracture propagation direction and stress fields. Here are three that I haven’t yet posted* from more than a year ago, when I spent a week in the …

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