Fig. S3. Field documentation and genesis of the back-structures from the Garhwal Lesser Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India

2018-12-18T14:14:31Z (GMT) by Narayan Bose Soumyajit Mukherjee
(a–b) Compressional brittle back structures (top-to-0° up) in Mandhani Formation schists and limestones at Location 8 (30.6802°N, 78.3497°E). An inhabited cave named 'Amar Gofe' and a roadside temple named 'Sani Dham' are present in this location. (a) Width of photo <i>c</i> 3 m. (b) The attitude of the Y-plane is 82°/72°→172° (measured at the red arrow; stereo-plot of pole in the inset). (c) Compressional brittle back structures (top-to-0° up) in Mandhani Formation schists and limestones at Location 8 (30.6802°N, 78.3497°E). Width of photo <i>c</i> 3 m. (d) Compressional brittle back structures (top-to-0° up) in Mandhani Formation schists and limestones at Location 8 (30.6802°N, 78.3497°E). Width of photo <i>c</i> 1.5 m.