Deformation style and controlling geodynamic processes at the eastern Guadalquivir foreland basin (S Spain)
Recent seismic swarms consisting of a few thousand of earthquakes require a geodynamic model integrating different data. The authors of this paper provide a 3D geological model based on geophysical and geological data. This combination of geological and geophysical data in a 3D model is an interesting approach, which they use to propose a new tectonic evolution of the eastern Guadalquivir basin. This study should be of interest across tectonics, particularly as it relates to this key sector of the Baetic Cordillera.
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Deformation style and controlling geodynamic processes at the eastern Guadalquivir foreland basin (Southern Spain)
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- Deformation style and controlling geodynamic processes at the eastern Guadalquivir foreland basin (S Spain)
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