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This paper suggests that the carbonate units south of the Kefalonia Transform Zone (KTZ) ( ) bear similarities to the northern Paxi formations. From North to South and crossing the KTZ, we encounter sharply, from the Apulian Platform north of the KTZ, the Mediterranean Ridge, the backstop, the Hellenic Trench and the Hellenides Thrust and Fold Belt (TFB), south of the KTZ. Interpretation of data based on the 2012–2013 MC 2D seismic acquisition of PGS.

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