buckle folding The sideways deflection from a median line of competent layers in a less competent matrix, due to mechanical ‘buckling’ instabilities set up by layer-parallel shortening. A regular dominant wavelength is created as a function of layer thickness, layer rheology, and contrasts in competence.
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