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Title

Evolution of a salt-rich transtensional rifted margin, eastern North Pyrenees, France

AuthorsFord, Mary; Vergés, Jaume CSIC ORCID
KeywordsWestern Pyrenees
Basement Blocks
Mesozoic Evolution
Mantle exhumation
Southern Corbieres
Alkaline magmatism
Cretaceous Albitization
Iberia-newfoundland
Central High Atlas
Fold-thrust belt
Issue Date2021
PublisherGeological Society of London
CitationJournal of the Geological Society, 178(1): jgs2019-157 (2021)
AbstractIn this field study we reinterpret the narrow eastern North Pyrenean Zone, France, as an inverted salt-rich transtensional rift system based on identification of halokinetic depositional sequences across rift platform to distal rift margin domains with a cumulative throw of >2.8 km on steep Cretaceous faults. The rift platform records extension on detached rotational faults above Triassic evaporites from Jurassic to Aptian with uplift and erosion during the Albian. Transtensional Aptian–Albian minibasins align along the salt-rich rift margin fault zone. In the Aptian–Albian main rift large en echelon synclinal minibasins developed between salt walls, although Jurassic diapiric evolution is likely. Upper Cretaceous units locally record continuing diapirism. The Boucheville and Bas Agly depocentres, altered by synrift HT metamorphism, form the distal rift domain terminating south against the North Pyrenean Fault. The narrowness of the Pyrenean rift, shape of minibasins, en echelon oblique synclinal depocentres and folds coupled with a discontinuous distribution and intensity of HT metamorphism support a transtensional regime along the Iberia–Europe plate margin during late Early and early Late Cretaceous. In this model, the distal European margin comprises deep faults limiting laterally discontinuous crustal domains and ‘hot’ pull-apart basins with mantle rocks directly beneath sedimentary cover.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs2019-157
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/222554
DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1144/jgs2019-157
ISSN0016-7649
E-ISSN2041-479X
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