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Tectonostratigraphic subdivision and petrological characterisation of the deepest complexes of the Betic zone: a review
Abstract The Veleta and Mulhacen Complexes, previously considered together as the Nevado-Filabride Complex, constitute the deepest units of the Betic Cordilleras. The Veleta Complex (VC) is mainlyExpand
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Petrology and metamorphic evolution of ultramafic rocks and dolerite dykes of the Betic Ophiolitic Association Mulhacen ´ / Complex, SE Spain : evidence of eo-Alpine subduction following an
Abstract The Betic Ophiolitic Association, cropping out within the Mulhacen Complex (Betic Cordilleras), is made up of numerous metre- to kilometre-sized lenses of mafic and/or ultramafic andExpand
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The eclogitized pillows of the Betic Ophiolitic Association: relics of the Tethys Ocean floor incorporated in the Alpine chain after subduction
In the volcanic sequence of the Betic Ophiolitic Association (BOA) volcanic structures and textures are preserved in spite of being metamorphosed to the edogite facies. The original quenched glassyExpand
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CONTRASTING P–T PATHS IN ECLOGITES OF THE BETIC OPHIOLITIC ASSOCIATION, MULHACÉN COMPLEX, SOUTHEASTERN SPAIN
The Betic Ophiolitic Association of the Mulhacen Complex, in the Betic Cordilleras of southeastern Spain, is composed, as are other Mesozoic Alpine ophiolitic associations derived from the WesternExpand
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Petrology, geochemistry and U–Pb geochronology of the Betic Ophiolites: Inferences for Pangaea break-up and birth of the westernmost Tethys Ocean
Abstract The Betic Ophiolitic Unit, part of the Mulhacen Complex in the Betic Cordillera (SE Spain), is composed of several tectonic slices of eclogitized mafic and ultramafic rocks, together withExpand
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The evolution of the magmatism in the external zones of the Betic Cordilleras during the mesozoic
AbstractThe Mesozoic igneous rocks from the External Zones of the Betic Cordilleras extend for some 300 km along the Subbetic Zone. They are poorly differentiated basic rocks which, altogether,Expand
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RECRYSTALLIZATION TEXTURES IN ZIRCON GENERATED BY OCEAN-FLOOR AND ECLOGITE-FACIES METAMORPHISM: A CATHODOLUMINESCENCE AND U–Pb SHRIMP STUDY, WITH CONSTRAINTS FROM REE ELEMENTS
Eclogites formed during the Eo-alpine metamorphic event are common within the ophiolitic unit of the Mulhacen complex, which forms part of the Betic Cordillera in southeastern Spain. A detailed studyExpand
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Metagabbro and associated eclogites in the Lubrin area, Nevado‐Filabride Complex, Spain
Abstract Several small bodies of metabasite (maximum dimensions of 1000 m x 500 m) are included in the metamorphic rocks of the Nevado-Filabride Complex in the Betic Cordilleras (Almeria Region). TheExpand
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Lithostratigraphie des métasédiments de l'association ophiolitique Nevado-Filabride (SE Espagne) et mise en évidence d'objets ankéritiques évoquant des foraminifères planctoniques du Crétacé :
In the metasediments of the Nevado-Filabride Ophiolitic Suite, five superimposed litholigic units have been recognized. Near the top of the unit 2, ankeritic objects resembling Cretaceous planktonicExpand
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