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Abstract

Geoscientists are becoming increasingly interested in the crustal structure of the Western Mediterranean Sea. Here, is located the island of Mallorca, part of the Alpine system linked with the Betic range. This island is formed by two Neogene imbricated thrust systems stacking Mesozoic rocks (Serra de Tramuntana along the NW coastline, and Serres de Llevant along the SE coastline) with a central part constituted by small post-orogenic basins.

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