Abstract

On Levant island (Var, France), south of the Maures massif, anticlinal crests and folds of the Negre Cape mica schist plunge into and under the Bormes gneiss and are clearly visible along the coast. Both the schist and the gneiss have behaved as distinct stratigraphic units, with no evidence of overturning. The Bormes gneiss therefore apparently overlies the Negre Cape mica schist. The feldspars in the entire series are principally detrital.

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