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The geometry of collisional mountain belts, which were formed at the expense of passive continental margins, is often complex because orogenic structures, such as thrusts and related folds, commonly interfere with pre-orogenic extensional structures, namely, normal faults, resulting in kinematically complex, composite structural assemblages. In these settings, analysis of the relationships between depositional and structural features may provide very useful tools to correctly unravel the local sedimentary and deformational history and relative ages of structures. Analysis of the relationships between minor normal faults and slumps near Frontale in the Umbria-Marche Apennines of Italy made it possible to correctly unravel...

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