Abstract

Underground workings of the Combecave mine in the Issole river valley in Provence, southeastern France, show complex imbricate structure under the Vins thrust fault. Rocks in the mine are principally lower and middle Jurassic limestones and masses of bauxite. The bauxite was disharmonious in the deformation, and formed tongue-like masses in the faulted limestone.

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