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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2009
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2009) 128 (2): 353–366.
... ( fig. 3a ). The N-NE CELB boundary is a regional long-lived brittle shear zone (Verzera shear zone, VZSZ) that juxtaposed the Internal Ligurian Briançonnais metamorphic units with the CELB non-metamorphic rocks. It is about 15 km long and several hundred meters thick; its internal geometry...
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Published: 01 October 2014
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2014) 133 (3): 445–454.
..., characteristic of the middle anchizonal grade. Also some tectonic slices of Western Ligurian flysch involved in the major transpressive shear zones developed along the External Briançonnais front share the same metamorphic grade as the Briançonnais and Dauphinois/Provençal units. Conversely the S. Remo-M...
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a)  Geological sketch of Ligurian Alps;  b)  Schematic NE-SW section (AA’) ...
Published: 01 June 2009
: Argentera Massif; CM: Calizzano Massif; PPU: Pre-Piedmont Units; HF: Helminthoides Flysch; DD: Dauphinois Domain; VIDZ: Viozene deformation zone; CHFZ: Chiusetta fault zone; UPFZ: Upega fault zone; VZSZ: Verzera shear zone (modified from S eno et alii , 2005a ). a) Schema geologico delle Alpi Liguri
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a)  Sketch map of the study area representing the central External Ligurian...
Published: 01 June 2009
: Dauphinois Domain; CHFZ: Chiusetta fault zone; UPFZ: Upega fault zone; VZSZ: Verzera shear zone; b, c) Map view of the S0 (b) and S2 (c) regional attitude inside and outside the VIDZ. Note the difference between the angular relations of S0 and VIDZ macro-structural boundaries, with respect to those