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However, the problem requires knowledge of the change in external boundary conditions, which is difficult or impossible in most cases (see, however, Fossen & Tikoff 1997). A change in convergence angle along an obliquely convergent plate margin is the simplest case that could be modelled very easily (as sequential deformations). g. Tikoff & Teyssier 1994; Jones & Tanner 1995; Kirkwood 1995; Goodwin & Williams 1996; Northrup & Burchfie11996). g. Vauchez & Nicolas 1991). g. McKenzie & Jackson 1983; Molnar 1992; Teyssier et al.