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2 7 Chapter Deformation in transcurrent and extensional environments with widely spaced weak zones1 2.1 Abstract Previous mechanical models of the western U.S. have concluded that plate boundary forces cannot generate far-field deformation. Such models have ignored preexisting large-scale lithospheric strength variations, an assumption that appears to be inconsistent with seismically determined variations in...

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