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Shear zones are important phenomena in the Earth's middle and lower crust and are of great interest to structural geologists. Models involving rigid boundaries moving parallel to themselves are extended here to include the case where (i) walls are deformable and (ii) mobile rigid walls approach each other. These models are combined with Couette and Poiseuille flow to define a broad range of kinematic possibilities. Deformable wall models lead to smooth transitions from deformed to undeformeddoi:10.1007/s12040-019-1238-y fatcat:zhwf6gajsvg67mnh4pecfukbpa