Evidence for an east–west regional gravity trend in northern Tunisia: Insight into the structural evolution of northern Tunisian Atlas

@inproceedings{Jallouli2013EvidenceFA,
  title={Evidence for an east–west regional gravity trend in northern Tunisia: Insight into the structural evolution of northern Tunisian Atlas},
  author={Chokri Jallouli and S. M. Mogren and Kevin L. Mickus and Mohamed Moncef Turki},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract The Atlas orogeny in northern Algeria and Tunisia led to the destruction of Tethys oceanic lithosphere and cumulated in a collision of microplates rifted off the European margin with the North African continental margin. The location of the boundary between African plate and Kabylian microplate is expressed in northern Algeria by a crustal wedge with double vergence of thrust sheets, whereas in northern Tunisia the geologic environment is more complex and the location of the plate… CONTINUE READING

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