1. Figure 7b, p. 57 was inadvertently printed without the fault lines and some of the seismic marker reflector lines. A new version of Figure 7b is printed below.

Figure 7:

(a) Migrated 2-D seismic reflection profile of line S50274 crossing the Maradi Fault Zone (see Figure 3 for location). (b) An interpretation of seismic line S50274 showing marker reflectors and relative motion within the Maradi Fault Zone. The fault zone has two styles of deformation: a strike-slip component (flower structure) and a reverse component inferred from the depth difference of the Natih Formation reflector (orange line) across the fault zone. Dip information is shown at surface in (b). MPlbz = Miocene-Pliocene Berzman Formation; Eur = Eocene Umm Er Radhuma Formation. Wrench faults: away from observer ⨂; toward observer ⨀.

Figure 7:

(a) Migrated 2-D seismic reflection profile of line S50274 crossing the Maradi Fault Zone (see Figure 3 for location). (b) An interpretation of seismic line S50274 showing marker reflectors and relative motion within the Maradi Fault Zone. The fault zone has two styles of deformation: a strike-slip component (flower structure) and a reverse component inferred from the depth difference of the Natih Formation reflector (orange line) across the fault zone. Dip information is shown at surface in (b). MPlbz = Miocene-Pliocene Berzman Formation; Eur = Eocene Umm Er Radhuma Formation. Wrench faults: away from observer ⨂; toward observer ⨀.

2. The e-mail addresses of three of the authors were given incorrectly on p. 78. The correct e-mail addresses are;

Ali I. Al-Lazki : aia2@cornell.edu

Dogan Seber : seber@geology.cornell.edu

Eric Sandvol : sandvol@geology.cornell.edu

GeoArabia apologizes for these errors.