Abstract

The limestone dorsal of the northern part of the Rif mountains near Tetuan, Morocco, exposes Permian clastics, Triassic dolomite, Jurassic and lower Cretaceous limestone, upper Cretaceous to Eocene marl, transgressive upper Eocene conglomerate, and Oligocene flysch. The microfauna of the upper Cretaceous and the Paleogene formations are particularly useful in correlations. Major tectonic movements occurred in the Miocene.

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