Abstract

Excavations for construction at Jolimont revealed an oblique fault, a type hitherto unknown in the Stampian (Tertiary) marls of the Toulouse region, France. It reflects the effects of deep-seated tectonic activity. Its orientation confirms the almost north-south play of fractures in the center of the sub-Pyrenean basin.

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