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Journal Article
Published: 04 October 2016
Geological Magazine (2018) 155 (3): 630–640.
...MARINA NEBOT; JOAN GUIMERÀ Abstract The Maestrat basin was one of the most subsident basins of the Mesozoic Iberian Rift system, developed by a normal fault system which divided it into sub-basins. Its Cenozoic inversion generated the N-verging Portalrubio–Vandellòs fold-and-thrust belt in its...
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Journal Article
Published: 27 January 2014
Petroleum Geoscience (2014) 20 (1): 41–54.
... to a hydrothermal mechanism. The Benicàssim area (Maestrat Basin, eastern Spain) constitutes an excellent field analogue for fault-controlled stratabound hydrothermal dolomitization: dolostone geobodies are well exposed and extend over several kilometres away from seismic-scale faults. This work investigates...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2011
PALAIOS (2011) 26 (1): 18–32.
...TELM BOVER-ARNAL; RAMON SALAS; CARLES MARTÍN-CLOSAS; FELIX SCHLAGINTWEIT; JOSEP A. MORENO-BEDMAR Abstract A singular lower Aptian lithofacies from the western Maestrat Basin (Iberian Chain) highlights the reaction of carbonate platform paleocommunities to natural disturbances of regional to global...
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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2003
Economic Geology (2003) 98 (5): 933–954.
...Fidel Grandia; Esteve Cardellach; Àngels Canals; David A. Banks Abstract Epigenetic Zn-Pb deposits in the Maestrat basin (eastern Spain) are hosted by dolostones that replace Aptian limestones. The deposits have morphologies ranging from mineralized breccias to stratiform, massive replacements...
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( a ) Geological sketch of the <span class="search-highlight">Maestrat</span> <span class="search-highlight">basin</span> and its location in the Iberi...
Published: 06 October 2015
Fig. 1. ( a ) Geological sketch of the Maestrat basin and its location in the Iberian Peninsula, including the location of the sampling sites (simplified from GEODE 2013 ). ( b ) Simplified stratigraphic reconstruction of the synrift series in the Maestrat basin (modified from Salas et al
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( a ) General view of Lower Cretaceous units of the <span class="search-highlight">Maestrat</span> <span class="search-highlight">basin</span>. ( b ) D...
Published: 06 October 2015
Fig. 2. ( a ) General view of Lower Cretaceous units of the Maestrat basin. ( b ) Detailed image of site MO13, where horizontal lamination is observed. ( c ) Cross-bedding in layers situated around 3 m above site MO5 in the stratigraphic profile. ( d – h ) Thin-section images. ( d ) Micro-scale
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Figure 1. Geological map of the western <span class="search-highlight">Maestrat</span> <span class="search-highlight">Basin</span> and its location wit...
Published: 01 January 2011
Figure 1. Geological map of the western Maestrat Basin and its location within the Iberian Peninsula. Study areas are marked with stars. Modified after Canérot et al. (1979) and Gautier (1980) .
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F ig . 2. Schematic drawing of the <span class="search-highlight">Maestrat</span> <span class="search-highlight">basin</span> showing the subbasins dev...
Published: 01 August 2003
F ig . 2. Schematic drawing of the Maestrat basin showing the subbasins developed during the Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous rifting and the location of the ore deposits. (Modified from Salas and Guimerà, 1997 ).
Journal Article
Published: 06 October 2015
Journal of the Geological Society (2016) 173 (1): 127–141.
...Fig. 1. ( a ) Geological sketch of the Maestrat basin and its location in the Iberian Peninsula, including the location of the sampling sites (simplified from GEODE 2013 ). ( b ) Simplified stratigraphic reconstruction of the synrift series in the Maestrat basin (modified from Salas et al...
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(a)  Simplified map of the Iberian Peninsula showing the location of the Ma...
Published: 27 January 2014
Fig. 1. (a) Simplified map of the Iberian Peninsula showing the location of the Maestrat Basin within the Iberian Chain. (b) Palaeogeographical map of the Maestrat Basin during the Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous showing the thickness of the synrift deposits, and the most important faults
Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2018
DOI: 10.1144/SP459.3
EISBN: 9781786203403
... for their critical and constructive comments. Abstract Abstract This study investigates the Late Aptian–earliest Albian platform carbonates of the Benicàssim area (Maestrat Basin, Spain) in order to assess the relationship between bed-parallel stylolites and the flow of diagenetic fluids during dolomitization...
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(a) Idealized section of the study area, obtained by combining cross sectio...
Published: 04 October 2016
the Maestrat basin inversion. Modified from Nebot & Guimerà ( 2016 ). (c) Palinspastic restoration of the normal faults within the Maestrat basin at the end of the Mesozoic extension (end of the Early Cretaceous). (d. i) Idealized section of the Salzedella sub-basin at the end of the Mesozoic extension
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Tectonic context of the Western Mediterranean region. AA’: lithospheric-sca...
Published: 20 October 2021
Fig. 2 Tectonic context of the Western Mediterranean region. AA’: lithospheric-scale section shown on Figure 22 ; CB: Columbrets Basin; CmB: Cameros Basin; MsB: Maestrat Basin.
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Paleogeography of the Aptian showing the localities of collected specimens ...
Published: 01 February 2016
Figure 1. Paleogeography of the Aptian showing the localities of collected specimens (modified from Skelton and Gili, 2012 ; map based on Masse et al., 2000 ). A—Lusitanian Basin; B—South Iberian Basin; C—Maestrat Basin.
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Schematic reconstruction of the Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous rift system ...
Published: 18 October 2021
: Landes High; M: Maestrat basin; Pa: Parentis basin; Pce: Provence basin; PF: Pamplona Fault; S: Sardinia; SF: Santander Fault; TF: Toulouse Fault; Vo: Vocontian.
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A. Tectonic map of the Pyrenean– Bay of Biscay realm with the main structur...
Published: 11 December 2020
s.s., BoB: Bay of Biscay Basin, Ca: Cameros Basin, Cb: Cabuerniga Basin, Po: Polientes Basin, Or: Organyà Bain, Ma: Maestrat Basin, Pa: Parentis Basin. Labelled in black Paleozoic Massifa: BM: Basque Massif, DE: Demanda Massif. Modified after Masini et al. (2014) . B. Rift basin models described
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Sketch illustrating the conceptual model for the genesis of the Benicàssim ...
Published: 27 January 2014
Fig. 5. Sketch illustrating the conceptual model for the genesis of the Benicàssim and Maestrat Basin dolomitization. Thermal convection during the Late Cretaceous post-rift period was the driving force for the transportation of seawater-derived fluids along faults and layers. These fluids also
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( a ) Sketch interpreting the probable spatial incidence of the main tecton...
Published: 06 October 2015
Fig. 12. ( a ) Sketch interpreting the probable spatial incidence of the main tectonic events in the orientation of the magnetic fabrics in the Maestrat basin. The orientations of the magnetic lineations averaged per site are included and shaded according to their related tectonic event: green
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Lithostratigraphy chart showing the Late Aptian–Early Albian sedimentary re...
Published: 27 January 2014
Fig. 2. Lithostratigraphy chart showing the Late Aptian–Early Albian sedimentary record of the Benicàssim area (modified from Martín-Martín et al . 2013 ). Ammonite biozones identified in the area are shaded and those identified elsewhere in the Maestrat Basin are noted with an asterisk
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Chemostratigraphic (carbon isotopes) correlation of the (1) composite Crism...
Published: 01 November 2012
(2) the Maestrat Basin, NE Spain (left: Miravete section, Embry et al. [2010] , n /m = 61/130; right: Barranco de las Calzadas section, Bover-Arnal et al. [2011] ; n /m = 36/65), (3) the Adriatic carbonate platform, Croatia ( Huck et al. [2010] , n /m = 175/32); and (4) the Arabian Platform