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Overburden-Induced Flattening Structure in the Himalaya: Mechanism and Implication
Small-scale structures in fold-thrust belt are mainly formed in response to the emplacement of thrust sheets. However, some small-scale structures may not be developed directly in response to the emplacement of thrust sheets, but might be genetically tied with the orogenic process. Metre-to centimetre-scale late-stage folds on foliation in phyllite with near-recumbent fold geometry are selectively developed with a specific spatial distribution, particularly in places where the foliation isdoi:10.18520/cs/v109/i10/1814-1821 fatcat:legdhuxjg5ad3ef4nvvyfzhfg4