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The foreland monocline is a common feature for all thrust belts or accretionary wedges and related foredeep (Bally, 1983). The foreland geology is often understated in regional studies of orogens, in spite of its crucial role in controlling the thrust belts evolution. The foreland monocline tends to increase its dip toward the interior of the belts (Boyer, 1995), and its subsidence rate controls the development of the trench or the foreland basin, whatever is their origin.

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