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The East Carpathians Bend area has a very complex structure characterized by the presence of nappes, their post-tectonic cover and salt diapirs. The salt forming the studied diapirs is Early Miocene (Burdigalian) in age. After its accumulation the salt was more or less continuously involved in alternating extensional and compressional stages that deformed it from its original tabular position to the present-day diapir. Five stages of salt deformation have been established: initial, pre-nappe emplacement, nappe emplacement, post-nappe emplacement and Wallachian. During all of these stages the salt was configured into different shapes: it formed a truncated cone during the...

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