Abstract

The Cotes de Clermont, Chanturgue, and Var hills, near Clermont-Ferrand, France, are not remnants of an ancient basalt plateau which has been dissected and eroded, but constitute three distinct volcanic massifs. They were probably formed during the middle Miocene.

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