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Soden, A. M. and Shipton, Z. K. and Lunn, R. J. and Pytharouli, S. I. and Kirkpatrick, J. D. and do Nascimento, A. F. and Bezerra, F. H. R. (2014) Brittle structures focused on subtle crustal heterogeneities : implications for flow in fractured rocks. Journal of the Geological Society, 171 (4). pp. 509-524. ISSN 0016-7649

Kirkpatrick, James and Bezerra, Hilario and Shipton, Zoe and do Nascimento, Aderson and Pytharouli, Stella and Lunn, Rebecca and Soden, Aisling (2013) Scale-dependent influence of pre-existing basement shear zones on rift faulting : a case study from NE Brazil. Journal of the Geological Society, 170 (2). 237 –247. ISSN 0016-7649

Butler, R.W. and Bond, Clare E and Shipton, Zoe and Jones, R. and Casey, M. (2008) Fabric anisotropy controls faulting in the continental crust. Journal of the Geological Society, 165 (2). pp. 449-452. ISSN 0016-7649

Price, G.D. and Ruffell, A.H. and Jones, C.E. and Kalin, R.M. and Mutterlose, J. (2000) Isotopic evidence for temperature variation during the early Cretaceous (late Ryazanian-mid-Hauterivian). Journal of the Geological Society, 157 (Part 2). pp. 335-343.

Hendry, J.P. and Kalin, R.M. (1997) Are oxygen and carbon isotopes of mollusc shells reliable palaeosalinity indicators in marginal marine environments? A case study from the Middle Jurassic of England. Journal of the Geological Society, 154 (2). pp. 321-333.

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