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Paleozoic formations crop out extensively in Morocco, north of the West African craton. With regard to the Hercynian deformation, various structural domains can be distinguished in Morocco. The undeformed series of the southern flank of the Tindouf basin belong to the tabular cover of the Reguibate shield. Zemmour and Anti-Atlas are parts of a marginal belt, mildly deformed, around the West African craton. The Coastal Block, North-central, and Northeastern domains constitute the Moroccan Hercynian belt, which has been more or less strongly deformed between Late Devonian and Late Carboniferous times. In spite of these various states of deformation, these domains...

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