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Minor saxonic effects and slumping of loose pyroclastic and sedimentary deposits provide the only flexures. The sequence of volcanic rocks and sediments in the central section is manifestly uparched, however . Domes and basins complicate the rift valley floor, and in some sections down-buckling rather than up-arching seems to be evident. The large central volcanos rising from the floor are apparently the surface reflections of a series of bosses or cupolas upon a continuous subjacent pluton.
These, of which the system radiating from Maria Imbrium is the best known, are referred to as the R l , R2, R3, etc. systems. The lineaments mostly have topographic reflection in positive, ridged features (septa), but subordinate negative, grooved sections (clefts) occur. While it might seem futile to even attempt to explain such systems as the panlunar A, B, C, and D systems in terms of impact, such a last-ditch attempt could be made, following the ideas of Gallant , invoking impact-induced crust-mantle CONCEPT OF VOLCANO-TECTONIC UNDATION IN SELENOLOGY 29 slip.
H. MC CALL FIG. 4. This is an enlargement of the central area of Ptolemeus. T h e numerous craterlets situated at the summit of the short septa which form the composite, annular crater wall are evident. Trains of minor craters run out across the floor of the cirque, clearly following lunar grid lineament trends. P h o t o b y H . C . Urey, Endeavour, 1960. systems which he calls the A, B, C, and D systems. In addition, there are systems related to, and localized around, individual maria. These, of which the system radiating from Maria Imbrium is the best known, are referred to as the R l , R2, R3, etc.
Advances in space science and technology. Volume 8 by Frederick I. Ordway