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<p>In western Greece, the Ionian and pre-Apulian zones represent, respectively, the basin and the transitional zone (slope) to the Apulian platform. The Apulian platform constitutes the weakly deformed foreland of the external Hellenides. The pre-Apulian zone ...
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Reference: AAPG Bulletin, v. 97, no. 9 (September 2013), pp. 1567–1595
<p>The main orogenic movements took place at the end of the Burdigalian (IGRS-IFP, 1966). The Ionian basin evolution constitutes a good example of inversion tectonics of a basin with evaporitic base (Karakitsios, 1995): the double divergence of the basin (westwards ...
Filed under: Geology -  Economic Geology
Reference: AAPG International Conference Barcelona, Spain 2003
This paper summarises the geological features of the Larderello-Travale and Monte Amiata areas, where the world&rsquo;s most ancient exploited geothermal fields are located. In both geothermal areas, three regional tectonostratigraphic elements are distinguished, ...
Filed under: Geology -  General Geology
Reference: 32nd International Geological Congress, Episodes Vol.26 No.3
A deep, narrow, and distorted Benioff zone, plunging from the Ionian Sea towards the southern Tyrrhenian basin, is the remnant of a long and eastward migrating subduction of eastern Mediterranean lithosphere. From Oligocene to Recent, subduction generated ...
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Reference: 32nd International Geological Congress, Episodes Vol.26 No.3
map showingthe distribution of karst in the United States
Reference: Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, April 2002
<p>The Triassic Breccias of the Ionian zone are typical evaporite dissolution collapse breccias. Several features indicate the pre-existence of evaporites, while alternation of dolomites and evaporites consist a very cornmon association in the subsurface. ...
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Reference: Carbonates & Evaporites, v. 13, no. 2, 1998, no. 207-218.
<p>The Ionian zone of Northwest Greece (Epirus region) constitutes part of the most external zones of the Hellenides (Paxos zone, Ionian zone), Gavrovo Tripolitza zone). The rocks of the Ionian zone range from Triassic evaporites and associated breccias through ...
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Reference: Oil & Gas Journal Feb. 12, 1996