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Computer-synthesized structural cross sections show that back-limb thrusts or splays of larger thrusts may form in the same sequence as the regional development of a thrust belt. The computer models are independent of scale and are pertinent to both small-scale "imbricate" structures and larger scale problems such as the timing of the Darby and Prospect thrusts in the Wyoming thrust belt.
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