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In the southern Pyrenees foreland, the Cardona salt diapir has a 250 m high stem and a small bulb, which is partially exposed. The internal structure of the diapir consists of a main sheath fold divided by a shear zone. This shear zone crosses two salt units with different initial properties. In this paper, a qualitative analysis of the fabric both units crossed by the shear zone and a 3D quantitative morphological and textural analysis of the unit with small grain size were carried out. In this unit, the fabric is characterized by a grain size similar to that...

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