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Evolución sedimentaria en el borde norte de la Depresión de Granada a partir del Turoliense terminal

@inproceedings{Fernandez1986EvolucinSE,
  title={Evoluci{\'o}n sedimentaria en el borde norte de la Depresi{\'o}n de Granada a partir del Turoliense terminal},
  author={J Quiros Fernandez and Javier Urbina Soria},
  year={1986}
}
El relleno de la Depresion de Granada se inicia en el Serravalliense- Tortoniense. Su continentalizacion tiene lugar hacia finales del Tortoniense; y a partir del Turoliense terminal la sedimentacion se produce en la mitad norte. Dicha sedimentacion estuvo gobernada por la tectonica de los bordes y la existencia de focos subsidentes (ocupados por lagos) alineados segun el accidente Cadiz-Alicante. En este contexto, durante el Turoliense terminal-Pleistoceno, se desarrollaron formaciones… Expand

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