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Abstract

The Lower Magdalena Basin started in Eocene to Oligocene time with episodic transtension and tectonic<br>collapse associated to oblique collision between the Caribbean and South American plates. This first<br>subsidence was followed by at least two superimposed andean foredeeps of Miocene to Pliocene age, caused<br>by uplift of both the Santa Marta Massif and the Romeral tectonic lineament.

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2006-09-24
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