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Title: Stratigraphy and petrology of the Miocene Montjuic delta: (Barcelona, Spain).
Author: Gómez-Gras, David
Parcerisa i Duocastella, David
Calvet, F. (Francesc)
Porta, J.
Solé De Porta, N.
Civis Llovera, J.
Keywords: Estratigrafia
Sedimentologia
Miocè
Petrologia
Montjuïc (Barcelona, Catalunya)
Stratigraphic geology
Sedimentology
Miocene
Petrology
Montjuïc (Barcelona, Catalonia)
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona (UB). Institut de Cièncias de la Terra Jaume Almera (ICTJA)
Abstract: The Neogene rift in the Catalan Coastal Ranges, which is located in the NE part of the Eastern Iberian Margin, corresponds to a system of grabens formed at the nort h - we s t e rn edge of the Valencia Trough. In the central part of the Catalan Coastal Ranges are the Valls - Peneds half-graben in the onshore and the Barcelona half-graben in the offshore, which are separated by the Garraf and the Collserola-Montnegre horsts. Montjuc hill is a tilted block, which is located to the S of the Barcelona city, between the Collserola-Montn egre horst and the Barcelona half-graben . The Middle Miocene section of Montjuc is constituted by an alternation of conglomerate, sandstone, mudstone and marlstone beds. The Montjuc section was divided into four lithostratigraphic units from base to top: (1) The Morrot conglomerate and sandstone Unit, interpreted as delta plain deposits; (2) the Castell conglomerate, sandstone and mudstone Unit considered as proximal delta front deposits; (3) the Miramar marlstone Unit attributed
Note: Reproducció del document publicat a: http://www.raco.cat/index.php/ActaGeologica/article/view/75634
It is part of: Acta Geologica Hispanica, 2001, vol. 36, num. 1-2, p. 115-136
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/32996
ISSN: 0567-7505
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