(Plio-)Pleistocene alluvial-lacustrine basin infill evolution in a strike-slip active zone (Northern Andes, Western-Central Cordilleras, Colombia)

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Suter, Fiore; Neuwerth, Ralph; Gorin, Georges; Guzmán, Carlos;
(2009)
  • Publisher: Geologica Acta
  • Journal: issn: 1696-5728, eissn: 1695-6133
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1344/105.000000253
  • Subject: Extension | Zarzal Formation | Quindío-Risaralda | Subsidence | Volcaniclastics | Romeral Fault System; Extension; Quindío-Risaralda; Seismites; Subsidence; Zarzal Formation; Diatomites; Volcaniclastics | Seismites | Romeral Fault System | Diatomites

The (Plio)-Pleistocene Zarzal Formation was deposited in the Cauca Depression and Quindío-Risaralda Basin between the Western and Central Cordilleras (Northern Andes). This area is structurally located on the transcurrent Romeral Fault System (RFS). Because of the inter... View more