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The Balkan Mountains of Bulgaria run east-west and outcrop along the north-south-running Black Sea coastline. Immediately north of the Balkan thrust front is the Kamchia Depression, which has been interpreted to repre-sent the North Balkan foreland basin. To the south is the Srednogorie Zone, comprising Cretaceous calc-alkaline volcanics representing a remnant vol-canic arc. A north-south structural cross section can be generated by the inte-gration of coastal exposures, with deeper level constraint from onshore and offshore seismic data. In this section, the Balkans comprise two large syn- clines bounded by major faults. This folding and thrusting detached at a horizon...

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