Structural map of the central Lepontine Alps

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Structural map of the central Lepontine Alps
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planar structure dip
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calcite or dolomite marble
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Teggiolo Mesozoic cover, Antigorio nappe
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Leventin basement
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Leventina Triassic quartzites
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Campo Tencia basement, Simano nappe
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Verzasca granitegneiss of Simano nappe
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Campolungo Triassic of Simano nappe
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Campolungo calc-schist of Simano unit
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Monte Leone basement
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Moncucco (= Monte Leone) basement
12
marble
13
Osbarino basement
14
Lebendun Mesozoic series
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San Giotgio conglomerates and schists
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San Giorgio Mesozoic
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Valais calc-schist
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Ruginenta basement (= Berisal unit)
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Camughera (= Siviez Mischabel nappe)
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Bosco basement
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Bosco-Bombogno-Isorno-Orselina unit
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Mergoscia and Cima Lunga HP units
22°
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Someo Mesozoic series
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Pertusio Triassic quartzite, U. J. marble
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Maggia basement
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Matorello and Cocco granitoids
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Cristallina Mesozoic of Maggia nappe
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Monte Rosa basement
29
Antrona HP ophiolites
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Zermatt-Saas Fee HP ophiolites
31
Sesia basement
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Canavese basement and Mesozoic series
33
Ivrea amphibolites and peridotites
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Ivrea stronalites
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75
21
Locarno
TONALE
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ORSELINA
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SYNCLINE
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by Albrecht Steck, Franco Della Torre,
Franz Keller, Hans-Rudolf Pfeifer and
Henri Masson
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Structural map
of the central
Lepontine Alps
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FAULT
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gioreALPINE STRUCTURES
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Lago
tectonic or stratigraphic boundary
fault
fold axis and plunge
25°
F4b
fold axial trace F1 - F4a- F6
syncline
antiformal syncline
anticline (or F6 crest line)
synformal anticline
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1 - 6 Stereographic projections on Fig.6
Fig. 2 Structural map of the Lepontine Alps after field observations by Preiswerk et al. (1934), Hasler (1949), Kobe (1956), Knup (1958), Hunziker (1966), Wieland (1966), Keller (1968), Bianconi (1971), Keller et al. (1980), Colombi (1989), Burri (2005), Steck (1998, 2008), Berger and Mercolli (2006),
Matasci et al. (2011) and unpublished documents by Paul Graeter (†) and Eduard Wenk (†). (Printable version of Fig. 2 in the article by Steck et al. in the Swiss Journal of Geosciences, Volume 106, Number 3, DOI 10.1007/s00015- 013-0135-7)

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