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Abstract

In the zones of collision of continental lithospheric plates, the subducting plates drive down great amounts of sediments formed at the former passive margins. This sedimentary layer, enclosed between two plates, contains significant quantities of hydrocarbons and occurs under the effect of strong shear deformations and special thermodynamic conditions.

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