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title of the reference :  Relais d'accidents décrochants et structures hérités. Cas des structures plissées subméridiennes en Tunisie centro-orientale.
Publication Date: 1995
Author : Saadi Mohamed, Turki Mohamed Moncef
Catalogue type : Livre
Catalogue reference : T.XXII,N°3-4 (FRA) Géol. méditerr. T.XXII,N°3-4 Relais d'accidents décrochants et structures hérités. Cas des structures plissées subméridiennes en Tunisie centro-orientale. Echelon strike-slip faults and inherited structures. Case of submeridian folds in East-Central Tunisia The structure analysis linked with the echelon strike-slip faults in the Enfinda, Sbikha, Ain Jelloula and Jebel Bargou areas (East-Central Tunisia)allows us to attribute simultaneously folds along submeridian and atlasic axes (NE-SW direction)to the same phase of folding. During the Tortonian compression characterized by a NW-SE shortening, two axial directions were developed in relation with the N120-140 faults agenced in left-stepping dextral strike-slip faults and the N-S accidents. The East-Central Tunisia platform was, at least since lower Cretaceous, under control of the N120-140 and N-S accidents. bibliogr. Faille décrochement ; Pli ; Faille ; Tortonien ; Phase atlasique ; Tunisie ; Tunisie Nord Orientale ; Tunisie Nord Occidentale ; Tunisie Centrale ; Enfida ; Sbikha ; Aïn Jelloula ; J. Bargou Turki Mohamed Moncef Saadi Mohamed Tectonique
Indexation decimale : Tectonique
Keywords : Faille décrochement ; Pli ; Faille ; Tortonien ; Phase atlasique ; Tunisie ; Tunisie Nord Orientale ; Tunisie Nord Occidentale ; Tunisie Centrale ; Enfida ; Sbikha ; Aïn Jelloula ; J. Bargou
Summary : The structure analysis linked with the echelon strike-slip faults in the Enfinda, Sbikha, Ain Jelloula and Jebel Bargou areas (East-Central Tunisia)allows us to attribute simultaneously folds along submeridian and atlasic axes (NE-SW direction)to the same phase of folding. During the Tortonian compression characterized by a NW-SE shortening, two axial directions were developed in relation with the N120-140 faults agenced in left-stepping dextral strike-slip faults and the N-S accidents. The East-Central Tunisia platform was, at least since lower Cretaceous, under control of the N120-140 and N-S accidents.
Exemplaries : TU1947


 

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