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Disappearance of a reflection because the reflector becomes too thin, especially at the top of the distal end of a transgressive systems tract because of stratal thinning below a downlap surface, where it is sometimes called <b>backlap</b>. See Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_S-32|S-32]].
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Disappearance of a reflection because the reflector becomes too thin, especially at the top of the distal end of a transgressive systems tract because of stratal thinning below a downlap surface, where it is sometimes called <b>backlap</b>. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_S-32|S-32]].
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Disappearance of a reflection because the reflector becomes too thin, especially at the top of the distal end of a transgressive systems tract because of stratal thinning below a downlap surface, where it is sometimes called backlap. See Figure S-32.


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