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Structure of the Blanca Unit (Alpujarride Complex, Betic Cordillera, Spain). Regional implications

AuthorsSanz de Galdeano, Carlos CSIC ORCID; Andreo, B.
Issue Date1994
PublisherGeological Society of Greece
CitationBulletin of Geological Society of Greece 30(2): 439-447 (1994)
AbstractThe stratigraphic series of the Blanca unit is formed by a lower sequence of metapelites (migmatites, gneisses and schists) and an upper sequence of Triassic marbles. The structure of the unit is characterized by N-S and E-W folds, generally isoclinal, with reversed limbs, giving rise to a dome-basin pattern. there are also sheath folds. To explain these structures a model is proposed involving westward displacement with frontal and lateral folds. This occurred under highly ductile conditions.
Description9 páginas, 4 figuras.-- Trabajo presentado en Proceedings of the 7º Congress, Thessaloniki, Mayo 1994.
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