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Possible paleogeographic setting of the Alpine-Corsican subduction zone in Late Eocene times (35 Ma ago), based on Advokaat et al. (2014), Handy et al. (2010), Marroni et al. (2017), Molli (2008), Molli and Malavieille (2010), Turco et al. (2012), Van Hinsbergen et al. (2014) and Vignaroli et al. (2008). AlKaPeCa is a hypothetical micro-continent now dismembered in the Alboran, Kabylian, Peloritan and Calabrian areas (Bouillin et al., 1986). C: Corsica; P-L: Piemonte-Ligurian oceanic basin; NBTZ: North Balearic transform zone; S: Sardinia. Solid triangles delineate the Corsican subduction zone. Dashed triangles along the southern margin of AlKaPeCa delineate the location of the future (Oligocene) “Apennine” subduction. 34°ccw stands for a counter-clockwise rotation of 34°. A-A’ is the cross-section of Figure 12.
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