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A. Annexe, Analyse morpho-structurale

, Ces profils sont rangés selon leur position géographique en 6 sections, comme suivant, i) 12 profils E-O dans la vallée axiale Magadi -Natron, ii) 4 profils N-S dans la zone de Magadi-Natron montrant l'évolution topographique de la vallée axiale du rift, iii) des profils au niveau du Oldoinyo Ogol montrant l'évolution morpho structurale du bloc Olgoinyo Ogol, iv) les profils, on présente les profiles topographiques utilisés pour l'analyse morpho-structurale réalisée pendant cette thèse

. A. Fig, Localisation de l'ensemble des profils topographiques réalisés durant cette thèse, p.226

B. Annexe and . Iii, Analyse statistique des profils de faille en fonction de leur longueur

, Ce tableau représente la relation entre la longueur des failles et le type de profil de faille

, Il est montré ici que la majorité des failles sont dans la gamme des 5-20km ou la plupart

C. Annexe and . Ii,

.. C. Fig and . Ii, Escarpements de failles observés durant la campagne de terrain dans la DNT : a) extrémité sud de l'escarpement du Oldoinyo Sambu qui est la continuation de l'escarpement de Nguruman, b) extrémité nord de l'escarpement de Natron, c) extrémité sud de l'escarpement de Natron, localisé au bord du volcan Oldoinyo Lengai, d) escarpement Sanjan localisé à l'est de la faille de Natron, e)

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