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Segmented, planar, domino-style extensional fault arrays and their associated hanging wall fault-related folds form complex linked basins along the onshore margin of the northwestern Red Sea, Egypt. The extensional fault systems form half-graben basins with kilometre-scale, asymmetrical, doubly plunging longitudinal synclines and narrow, plunging transverse anticlines and synclines. The axial traces of the hanging wall longitudinal folds are curvilinear, sub-parallel to the half-graben Border faults, and bend or are offset at relay ramps and at fault linkage points. Transverse corner fold systems occur at the fault linkage points and fault jogs. The fold geometries, variations in fault displacement, and...

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