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Hydrothermal dolomites in SW Sardinia (Italy): evidence for a widespread late-Variscan fluid flow event
Abstract Epigenetic replacive and saddle dolomite, frequently forming zebra structures (Geodic dolomite), affected Cambrian limestones and early diagenetic dolomites across large areas of theExpand
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Upper Triassic platform margin biofacies and the paleogeography of Southern Apennines
Abstract The Upper Triassic dolomitic successions of the Monti della Maddalena area (Southern Apennines) consist of white, heavily recrystallized and cataclastic dolomites generally unsuitable forExpand
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Building a virtual outcrop, extracting geological information from it, and sharing the results in Google Earth via OpenPlot and Photoscan: An example from the Khaviz Anticline (Iran)
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We present methodologies involved in the creation, analysis and sharing of low-cost easily-built virtual outcrops, which can be extensively used for the introduction to the 3D geology. Expand
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Structural setting and tectonic evolution of the Apennine Units of northern Calabria
Abstract A new structural–stratigraphic synthesis of the Apennine units of northern Calabria is presented. The Meso-Cenozoic successions are grouped into two tectonic units, named Pollino–CiagolaExpand
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The Ladinian-Carnian reef facies of Monte Caramolo (Calabria, Southern Italy)
SummaryIn the Triassic of the San Donato Unit (Calabrian Apennines, Italy) a perireefal facies association of limestones and dolomites, hosting a Ladino- (?Carnian) fauna, has been recognized. ThisExpand
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The Upper Triassic platform margin facies of Southern Apennines and their Jurassic fate : state of the art
Norian-Rhaetian platform margin buildups in Southern Apennines are mainly characterised by microbial-serpulid communities. However, the existence of marginal settings with metazoan-dominated buildupsExpand
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Tufa and travertines of southern Italy: deep-seated, fault-related CO 2 as the key control in precipitation
Continental carbonates of Quaternary age in southern Italy commonly exhibit the facies of calcareous tufa, often reported as related to shallow aquifers fed by meteoric waters and to organicExpand
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