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DATE

1993

AUTHORS

R. Sandrone , P. Cadoppi , R. Sacchi , P. Vialon

ABSTRACT

Shaped as an “ellipsoid” of about 70 × 25 km, the Dora-Maira Massif is the crystalline basement of the Cottian Alps. It consists of an upper complex formed of pre-Carboniferous metasediments and metabasites, and a lower complex composed of (Permo)-Carboniferous metasediments. Both complexes contain meta-intrusives of granitic to dioritic composition, which are mainly regarded as Variscan. The sedimentary protoliths in the pre-Carboniferous basement are represented mostly by pelites with subordinate, more or less dolomitic limestones, whereas coarser clastic facies predominate in the (Permo)-Carboniferous cover. The Mesozoic sequence overlying the massif is similar to that of the other Penninic units. The Alpine, tectono-metamorphic overprint is very strong throughout the massif: disregarding the “Polymetamorphic Unit” with its very high-pressure assemblages, the conditions of the early-Alpine metamorphic event in the massif are comparable with those of the other internal units of the Western Alps. The eclogite and blueschist facies stages were followed — and in some cases almost completely obliterated — by recrystallization into the greenschist facies. The Alpine metamorphism was accompanied by tectonic events including at least three phases of ductile deformation. More... »

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317-325

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    TITLE

    Pre-Mesozoic Geology in the Alps

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    978-3-642-84642-7
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