Continent-derived metasediments (Cimes Blanches and Frilihorn) within the ophiolites around Zermatt: relations with the Mischabel backfold and Mont Fort nappe (Pennine Alps)
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by Adrien Pantet, Jean-Luc Epard and Henri Masson
6d ago
The region surrounding Zermatt (SW Switzerland and NW Italy) displays some classic examples of imbrications between continental and oceanic units. In particular, the studied units, called Cimes Blanches and Frili ..read more
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Using historical data to access the surface subsidence in the vegetable belt of the Three Lakes Region, Switzerland
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by Claudia Roeoesli and Markus Egli
3w ago
The ‘Grosses Moos’ in the Three Lakes Region (Berner Seeland) was formed by the Wallis glacier resulting in a peat bog-dominated landscape. During the last two centuries this area was drained by a complex chan ..read more
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Direct mineral content prediction from drill core images via transfer learning
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by Romana Boiger, Sergey V. Churakov, Ignacio Ballester Llagaria, Georg Kosakowski, Raphael Wüst and Nikolaos I. Prasianakis
1M ago
Deep subsurface exploration is important for mining, oil and gas industries, as well as in the assessment of geological units for the disposal of chemical or nuclear waste, or the viability of geothermal energ ..read more
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The Val Biandino Intrusive Suite (central Southern Alps, N Italy): new geochronological and geochemical data on the Early Permian magmatic activity in the Southalpine Domain
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by Stefano Zanchetta, Chiara Crippa, Andrea Zanchi and Chiara Montemagni
1M ago
The Early Permian in the present-day Europe area was a time when a major tectonic shift occurred, leading from the tectonic collapse of the Variscan orogeny to the crustal extension and thinning that character ..read more
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Tectonic architecture of the northern Dora-Maira Massif (Western Alps, Italy): field and geochronological data
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by Francesco Nosenzo, Paola Manzotti, Mikaela Krona, Michel Ballèvre and Marc Poujol
1M ago
High-pressure and ultra-high-pressure metamorphic terrains display an internal architecture consisting of a pile (or stack) of several coherent tectonic thrust sheets or units. Their identification is fundamen ..read more
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The North Penninic Bündnerschiefer and Flysch of the Prättigau (Swiss Alps) revisited
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by Wilfried Winkler
2M ago
During the re-mapping of the area for the Geological Atlas of Switzerland, a significant stratigraphic unconformity was discovered in the North Penninic (Valais) Bündnerschiefer and the Flysch series of the no ..read more
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Architecture and sedimentary evolution of the Ladinian Kobilji curek basin (External Dinarides, central Slovenia)
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by Boštjan Rožič, Anja Kocjančič, Luka Gale, Nina Zupančič, Tomislav Popit, Primož Vodnik, Tea Kolar-Jurkovšek, Rok Brajkovič and Petra Žvab Rožič
3M ago
The study area is located in cental Slovenia, and geologically located at the junction between the Alps and the Dinarides. The Middle Triassic of this region is characterised by intense rifting manifested by d ..read more
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Report on an open dataset to constrain the Balmuccia peridotite body (Ivrea-Verbano Zone, Italy) through a participative gravity-modelling challenge
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by György Hetényi, Ludovic Baron, Matteo Scarponi, Shiba Subedi, Konstantinos Michailos, Fergus Dal, Anna Gerle, Benoît Petri, Jodok Zwahlen, Antonio Langone, Andrew Greenwood, Luca Ziberna, Mattia Pistone, Alberto Zanetti and Othmar Müntener
3M ago
The Balmuccia peridotite exposes relatively fresh mantle rocks at the Earth’s surface, and as such it is of interest for geologists and geophysicists. The outcrop is a kilometre-scale feature, yet its extent a ..read more
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Christian Renggli receives the 2023 Paul Niggli Medal
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East Asian analogues for early Alpine orogenesis
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by John Milsom
6M ago
The Alpine orogeny is a consequence of the collision of Africa with Eurasia, which eliminated the Western Tethys Ocean. Processes similar to those that would have taken place early in that collision can today ..read more
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