Morphology, internal architecture and emplacement mechanisms of lava flows from the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) of Argana Basin (Morocco)

@inproceedings{Hachimi2011MorphologyIA,
  title={Morphology, internal architecture and emplacement mechanisms of lava flows from the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) of Argana Basin (Morocco)},
  author={H. E. Hachimi and N. Youbi and J. Madeira and M. K. Bensalah and L. Martins and J. Mata and F. Medina and H. Bertrand and A. Marzoli and J. Munh{\'a} and G. Bellieni and Abdelkader Mahmoudi and M. Abbou and H. Assafar},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract The morphology, internal architecture and emplacement mechanisms of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) lava flows of Argana Basin in Morocco are presented. The volcanic pile was produced by two volcanic pulses. The first, represented by the Tasguint Formation, corresponds to a succession of 3–13 individual flows created by 1–8 eruptions; the second, Alemzi Formation, is composed of 2–7 individual flows formed by 1–4 eruptions. These formations, geochemically distinct, are… Expand
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