"Structural Architecture for Development of Marginal Extensional Sub-Basins in the Red Sea Active Rift Zone"
written by Reda Amer, Mohamed Sultan, Robert Ripperdan, John Encarnación,
published by International Journal of Geosciences, Vol.3 No.1, 2012
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plate and the Sinai subplate from the Afro-Arabian plate, opening the Red Sea, and developing the large-scale strike-slip faults, one of these is broadly known as the Dead Sea Fault Zone (DSFZ)[eg, Dilek, 2006