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Table 3 Palaeostress results. The following information is given for each data site: label used in this work; complete name; UTM coordinates, X and Y; affected rocks (Lm: limestone, Mu: mudstone, St: sandstone, Co: conglomerate); age; azimuth of the horizontal σ3 axis; stress ratio Re used by Etchecopar et al. (1981), and R used by Bott (1959); chronological order of stress tensors (1, 2); mean angular misfit (°) between observed slip and the resolved shear stress from the computed stress solution; number of explained faults (n) in relation with the total number (N) of faults of the sample; analytical method used for stress inversion (ET: Etchecopar method, Li: Lisle et al. (2001) method). Site 4 after Arlegui et al. (2005)

From: Alluvial sedimentation and tectono-stratigraphic evolution in a narrow extensional zigzag basin margin (northern Teruel Basin, Spain)

Site Location Lithology Age Stress state Angular misfit (°) n/ N Analysis
method
Name Coord. X Coord. Y σ3 azimut Re R
1 Alcamines río 673,795 4,500,189 Mu + St Vallesian 086 0.58 1.72 11/17 ET
2 Villalba Alta macroestación 673,265 4,498,417 Mu + Co Late Ruscinian 087 0 → ∞   20/36 LI
3 Villalba Alta granja 672,271 4,498,208 Lm Late Ruscinian 125 (1)
089 (2)
0
0
→ ∞
→ ∞

10°
25/35
26/35
ET
ET
4 13 Villalba Alta 1 671,947 4,497,718 Lm Villafranchian 004     24/24 LI