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Geological map of the Vosges massif, mainly after von Eller et al. (1972), Fluck et al. (1989), Ménillet et al. (1989)Skrzypek et al. (2012a, 2012b), and the present study. 1. Granite-gneiss units 2. Migmatites and granulitic gneiss ± pods of garnet pyroxenite and eclogite. 3. Early-Middle Visean volcano-sedimentary sequences, mostly marine. 4. Mg-K granitoids, 4a: vaugnerite-durbachite, 4b: Ballons pluton monzogranite (both intruded 1 and 3). 5. Mg-K granitoids, Amp-Bt monzogranite plutons (“Granite des Crêtes”, intruded 1, 3). 6. Late Visean, mostly volcanic deposits, post-plutonic versus 4a, 4b of which they contain reworked pebbles. 7′,7″. resp. Remiremont Granite, Epinal Granite. 8. Straiture and Bilstein syntectonic granite. 9. Late-tectonic, Upper Carboniferous leucogranites. 10.˗ Northern Vosges, undifferentiated (see text). RSF. − Retournemer – Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines Fault. LLFZ. − Lalaye-Lubine Fault Zone.

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