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Cenozoic seismic stratigraphy and tectonic evolution of the Algarve margin (offshore Portugal, southwestern Iberian Peninsula)
Centro de Geociencias da Universidade de Coimbra; Centro de Geofisica da Universidade de Coimbra e Centro de Geofisica da Universidade de Lisboa
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Dating the Tejo river lower terraces in the Ródão area (Portugal) to assess the role of tectonics and uplift
Abstract The Tejo river is one of the major drainages in Iberian Peninsula; it is a long-lived system (ca. 3.4 Ma) and provides an archive of long-term landscape development and environmental changeExpand
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Stratigraphy and allogenic controls of the western Portugal Cretaceous: an updated synthesis
The stratigraphy of the western Portugal on-shore Cretaceous record (western Iberian margin, Lusitanian Basin) is described, including formal units and a selection of informal units prevailing in theExpand
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Tectonic control of the Tejo river fluvial incision during the late Cenozoic, in Ródão—central Portugal (Atlantic Iberian border)
Staircases of strath terraces and strongly incised valleys are the most typical landscape features of Portuguese rivers. This paper examines the incision achieved during the late Cenozoic in an areaExpand
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Techniques for analysing Late Cenozoic river terrace sequences
This special edition presents a thematic set of eight papers examining field survey, remote sensing, and dating techniques used to analyse and interpret river terrace sequences. Most river systemsExpand
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SEDIMENTARY DYNAMICS OF THE MONDEGO ESTUARY
The Mondego estuary is composed of two subsystems with contrasting sedimentary, hydrodynamic, physical and chemical characteristics. Is affected by a mesotidal, semi-diurnal, regime. The MondegoExpand
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Luminescence dating of Pleistocene alluvial sediments affected by the Alhama de Murcia fault (eastern Betics, Spain) – a comparison between OSL, IRSL and post‐IR IRSL ages
The ages of nine alluvial units, identified by the integration of data obtained from five trenches at the southern termination of the Alhama de Murcia Fault (AMF) (eastern Betics, Spain), areExpand
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Optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating of quartzite cobbles from the Tapada do Montinho archaeological site (east‐central Portugal)
The burial age of an alluvially deposited cobble pavement at the Tapada do Montinho archaeological site (east-central Portugal) is investigated using optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating.Expand
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Tectonic classification of Cenozoic Iberian foreland basins
Abstract The Iberian microcontinent stands out because of its intense Alpine intraplate deformation. This is reflected in a large number of Cenozoic basins of very different sizes. Most of theExpand
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An exceptionally long paleoseismic record of a slow-moving fault: The Alhama de Murcia fault (Eastern Betic shear zone, Spain)
Most catastrophic earthquakes occur along fast-moving faults, although some of them are triggered by slow-moving ones. Long paleoseismic histories are infrequent in the latter faults. Here, anExpand
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