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- مبلغ: ۹۱,۰۰۰ تومان
10Be cosmic ray exposure (CRE) and optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating of cumulative offset of alluvial fan surfaces have been performed to derive the long-term sliprate of the Anar fault. At two sites, the comparison between OSL ages obtained within the latest sediments emplaced during the aggradation of the fan and cosmogenic exposure ages of the pebbles abandoned on the surface before its incision and subsequent dextral offset indicates a significant and variable CRE inheritance. Combining offset risers with CRE and OSL dating implies the southern Anar fault slips at a minimum rate of 0.8 mm yr−1, a little faster than formerly estimated by assuming the incision, which created the risers, was coeval with the onset of the Holocene (12 ± 2 ka). The latest regional incision in the Anar area appears rather coeval with the onset of the early-middle Holocene pluvial episode (6–10.5 ka) evidenced in the neighbouring region of Northern Oman.