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The sub-Andean zone of southern Bolivia is a typical thin-skinned fold-and-thrust belt with remarkable regularity in the geometry and spacing of the structures. This is a typical feature of fold-and-thrust belts where the basement is not involved in the deformation. However, when the structural geometry and evolution are analyzed in detail, many deviations from such regularity are evidenced. This paper has studied the processes that might have affected the development of some of the structures along the southern sub-Andean zone.

Special attention is given to the La Vertiente structure, an elongated anticline with low relief developed at the latitude...

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