The Maláguide-Los Reales Nappe: an example of crustal thinning related to the emplacement of the Ronda peridotites (Betic Cordillera)

@inproceedings{Tuba1993TheMR,
  title={The Mal{\'a}guide-Los Reales Nappe: an example of crustal thinning related to the emplacement of the Ronda peridotites (Betic Cordillera)},
  author={J. M. Tub{\'i}a and Francisco Navarro-Vil{\'a} and Julia Cuevas},
  year={1993}
}
Abstract The Malaga region in southern Spain represents a cross-section through the continental crust and subcontinental mantle of the westernmost portion of the Internal Zone of the Betic Cordillera. Recent petrological and structural studies carried out in this region show a link between the Malaguide Complex and the underlying Los Reales Nappe, where the Ronda peridotites were incorporated as allochthonous slabs. The Ronda peridotites are covered by the metamorphic sequence of the Los Reales… CONTINUE READING

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