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Out-of-sequence thrust faulting in the Himalaya poses a great challenge to our understanding of the slip distribution on faults, in particular those that are active. The Kashmir Basin in the NW Himalaya is a classic example of out-of-sequence faulting where the geomorphic analysis of tectonic landforms was possible because of a variety of readily available satellite data, including Shuttle Radar Topography, Google Maps, Global Earth, and Global Multi-Resolution Topography. This was augmented with geologic, seismologic, geodetic, and historical earthquake and flood data. The results show the NW extension of the previously mapped SE-dipping Kashmir Basin fault, where newly mapped discontinuous...

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