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2007) is, the results of Feehan and Brandon (1999) qualitatively applied, potentially overestimated by a factor of 3. The exhumation effect of layer-parallel extension would be further reduced, the steeper the layering—which is overall rather steep on Syros (see profile on Map 1). Postcollisional detachment faults have been recognized as being effective only at relatively shallow levels of the crust. , large horizontal displacements along a lowangle fault are inherently necessary to effectively remove large quantities of overburden (Ring and Reischmann, 2002).
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