and Jia, Y.: 2016, Time-dependent behavior of cataclastic rocks
in a multi-loading triaxial creep test.
Jia, "Time-dependent behavior of cataclastic rocks
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Concerning rocks of the multicore fault zone, cataclastic rocks
are always present, even in poorly damaged rocks, such as gneiss lenses between cataclastic zones.
Also common as clasts are quartz sandstone, red and black siltstone, chert, and cataclastic rocks
(i.e., fault rock of Force and Barr 2006).
Lin, "Roundness of clasts in pseudotachylytes and cataclastic rocks
as an indicator of frictional melting," Journal of Structural Geology, vol.
The W-E striking MEF is a steep, nearly vertical fault zone, represented by cataclastic rocks
in drill cores.
The zones of cataclastic rocks
of the strike cataclastic zone are oriented in the north-south direction and to the north-north-west and south-south-east; and are occupied with the crushed adjacent rocks with graphite and tectonic breccia.