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1994. Quantitative analysis of populations of small faults. Journal of Structural Geology, 16, 1259-1273. WOOD, R. & BARTON, P. 1983. Crustal Thinning and subsidence in the North Sea. Nature, 302, 134-136. , WALSH, J. & WATTERSON, J. 1992. The prediction of small-scale faulting in reservoirs. First Break, 10, 449-460. Ductile strain effects in the analysis of seismic interpretations of normal fault systems J. J. W A L S H , J. W A T T E R S O N , C. C H I L D S & A. N I C O L Fault Analysis Group, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Liverpool, Brownlow Street, Liverpool L69 3BX, UK Abstract: The limited vertical resolution of reflection seismic data results in sub-resolution structures accommodating appreciable ductile strains which should be taken into account in structural restoration and balancing and in analysis of fault displacements.
E. J. WALSH ETAL. Fig. 14. (a) Fault map of the Base Brent horizon showing locations of sections in Fig. 13 which extend beyond the map area. The axial trace (heavy broken line) of a hangingwall syncline and the trace of the outer limit of the fault-related fold (light broken line) are also shown. (b) Throw profiles for the Base Brent horizon along the length of the fault array shown in (a): profile for main fault - broken line; aggregate profile for main fault and hangingwall minor faults - heavy solid line, aggregate throw profile for all faults and fold - light solid line.