Cretaceous conglomerates associated with abyssal sediments in the Babor mountains of the Kabylia region, Algeria, are composed of detritus eroded from steep anticlines which were still being subjected to orogenic processes. Accumulation of the detrital material in the deeper zones of adjacent broad synclines was due to submarine landslides.

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