Dynamics of sedimentary basins and underlying lithosphere at plate boundaries: The Eastern Mediterranean
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[1] (A) Sedimentary log measured in the Pegeia region showing the main sedimentary facies from the Late Cretaceous to late Miocene as well as the ages subdivisions deduced from biostratigraphic analysis; (B) Panoramic view of the contact between the Miocene (Pakhna Fm), Paleogene (Lefkara Fm) and Late Cretaceous (Kathikas Fm) sediments. The contact between the Miocene and the Cretaceous sediments is shown by the red line (34°55′33.81N; 32°24′57.09E); (C) Karstification identified near Kathikas village. [2] (A) Synthetic log showing the main lithologies (interpreted during the present study) recovered from of the Borehole 1980/076; (B) Messinian evaporites on top of Miocene neritic carbonates in the southern part of Polis Graben near Theletra village (34°54′36.40N; 32°27′32.27E). [3] (A) Sedimentary log illustrating the main facies and the depositional environments in the eastern flank of Polis Basin; Panoramic view of the Koronia Member sitting on top of Late Cretaceous sediments in the north-eastern flank of Polis Basin (34°59′59.59N; 32°29′4.48E); (B) Massive boundstones of late Miocene reef (Koronia Member); [4] Cross-section intersecting Polis Basin: (A) SW-NE cross-section intersecting the southern part of Polis Basin from Pegeia region to the Pelathousa village.

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