This fault is interpreted as a dextral wrench fault on the basis of its morphological expression and the abrupt change in deep angle ... The thrust fault is present at station 96+17; it trends N95, verges to the south, and involves the contact between the La Casita (below) ... of tectonic transpression as an alternative to understand the deformation of the Mesozoic cover as proposed by Longoria ( 1985, 1988).
|Title||:||Mesozoic Sedimentary and Tectonic History of North-central Mexico|
|Author||:||Claudio Bartolini, James Lee Wilson, Timothy Frost Lawton|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of America - 1999-01-01|