Dynamics of sedimentary basins and underlying lithosphere at plate boundaries: The Eastern Mediterranean
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[A] Geological map of southern Cyprus with the main structures that have been discussed during the present study; (A) Cross-section of Polis Basin; (B) Cross-section of Limassol Basin; CA – Cyprus Arc; PFS – Pafos Fault System; ATF – Arakapas Transform fault; PB – Polis Basin; LB – Limassol Basin; KF – Kathikas Thrust; [B] Sketch showing the main structural units of the central Pyrenees and the major anticlines of the Ainsa Oblique Zone at the western boundary of the major thrust in the central Pyrenees. Crustal cross-sections at both sides of the Ainsa Oblique Zone illustrate changes of the structural style along strike. AOZ – Ainsa Oblique Zone; A – Añisclo Anticline; B – Boltaña Anticline; M – Mediano Anticline; C – Cotiella; PM – Peña Montañesa; SCU – South Pyrenean Central Unit; Bx – Bóixols; SM – Serres Marginals (modified from Muñoz et al., 2013).

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