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Negative lineaments in the granilic bedrock an:as of NW Peninsular Malaysia are inlerpreled to reprcscntlhe strikes of fraClureS lhat have developed both before. and as a result of. an approximalely 120·-300· dirccled compression during the Upper Jurassic to Early Tertiary. The fractures pre-datin~this period of compression are furthermore. iruerpreted to be primary fraclures that hal'e formed during lhe cooling of granile batholiths. particularly lhose emplaced during lhe Upper Triassic.doi:10.7186/bgsm16198306 fatcat:m6hziptbbbg3zf6ibcj6xdgcqu