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The informally named Cigar and Dog outcrops are amalgamated channels and minor mass-transport complexes within a Tortonian-age submarine-fan complex in the Tabernas basin of southeast Spain. The submarine-fan complex within the chozas Formation has been mapped in detail by 2. Fie named the lowermost, sand-rich fan complex “System 1” in a time-slice reconstruction of the basin. The entire System 1 fan complex measures about 6 km (3.7 mi) in an east-west direction and 3 km (1.9 mi) in a north—south direction. The fan consists of a series of linear, coalesced, gravel-filled channels that feed into a sandy...

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