Abstract

We present new structural data set (bedding attitude and mesostructural data) collected in the Sabine transitional domain, made up of a calcareous-marly-siliceous sequence and in the adjacent Latium-Abruzzi carbonate Platform. We compare this results with an azimuthal analysis of satellite image lineaments in order to mark possible differences between the surface and the deeper tectonic environment. The structural surface setting, connected with the Neogene thrust belt formation, seems to be considerably different in the two sectors. These differences do not match the lineaments orientation that show a homogeneous distribution in the whole investigated area.

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