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The Chainat duplex is about 100 km in a north–south direction, and was developed along the predominantly sinistral Mae Ping fault zone, which was active during the Cenozoic. The duplex is manifested as eroded, north–south- and NW–SE-striking outliers of Palaeozoic and Mesozoic rocks rising from the surrounding flat plains of the Central Basin (a Pliocene–Recent post-rift basin). Satellite images, geological maps and magnetic maps have been used to reconstruct the structural geometry of the duplex, which is composed of a series of north–south-striking ridges, bounded to the north and south by NW–SE-striking faults. Overall, the duplex has the geometry...

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