Timing and conditions of brittle faulting on the Silltal-Brenner Fault Zone, Eastern Alps (Austria)

N. Mancktelow, Horst Zwingmann, M. Campani, B. Fügenschuh, A. Mulch

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    © 2015, Swiss Geological Society. The Silltal Fault is the northern brittle continuation of the Brenner Fault Zone, marked by a narrow zone of cataclasis and, in three locations, clay-rich fault gouges. The clay mineral composition of these gouges is dominated by higher temperature 2M1 polytype illite/muscovite, with no 1M/1Md illite or mixed layer illite/smectite detected. Smectite is limited to the northern samples from the Stephansbrücke location, whereas chlorite is present in all samples. The K–Ar ages from the different sample size fractions (
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)305-326
    JournalSwiss Journal of Geosciences
    Volume108
    Issue number2-3
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    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Mancktelow, N. ; Zwingmann, Horst ; Campani, M. ; Fügenschuh, B. ; Mulch, A. / Timing and conditions of brittle faulting on the Silltal-Brenner Fault Zone, Eastern Alps (Austria). In: Swiss Journal of Geosciences. 2015 ; Vol. 108, No. 2-3. pp. 305-326.
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