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The orientations of igneous and clastic dikes, and of mineral veins are clues to the estimation of paleostresses. In , Blamey Stevens was the first researcher to describe the formation of dikes as being perpendicular to the least compressive stress axis. Ernest M. Anderson pioneered the publication of paleostress maps, which were shown in his textbook. However, nearly three decades elapsed after the publication of Anderson s book until paleostress analysis using dilatant structures becamedoi:10.5575/geosoc.2012.0007 fatcat:nigb3njqbfew5ehpsocn64lxsu