Abstract

The eastern Fezzan region, Libia, is an extensive Eocene basin. Subsidence took place throughout the Tertiary, accompanied at depth by faulting of the basement structure and extrusion of basalts along the faults. The major features of the relief were outlined during transgression of the Cretaceous sea and became fully established in the middle Eocene.

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