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From: The architecture of long-lived fault zones: insights from microstructure and quartz lattice-preferred orientations in mylonites of the Median Tectonic Line, SW Japan

Fig. 2

Geological maps of the Tsukide (a) and Ako–Miyamae (b) areas showing the location of samples discussed in the text, and the orientation of foliations, fractures, and fault planes measured in the hanging wall of the MTL (c). The location of the MTL in the central section of (b) is after Shigematsu et al. (2012). The location of the boundary between the Hatai Tonalite and the Mitsue granodiorite is after Shigematsu (unpublished map)

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