Las remagnetizaciones interpliegue como herramienta cuantitativa de restitución en cuencas sedimentarias invertidas

  1. P. Calvín 1
  2. A.M. Casas-Sainz 2
  3. J.J. Villalaín 1
  4. T. Román-Berdiel 2
  5. T. Mochales
  6. P. Santolaria
  7. B. Moussaid
  8. A. Gil
  9. B. Oliva
  10. A. Pocoví 2
  11. S. Torres 1
  12. E. Izquierdo
  13. F. Bógalo 1
  14. I. Falcón 1
  15. V.C. Ruiz-Martínez
  16. H. El Ouardi
  17. E. Sánchez-Moreno 1
  18. M. Marcén 2
  19. Á. Herrejón 1
  20. Jiménez, A. 1
  1. 1 Universidad de Burgos

    Universidad de Burgos

    Burgos, España


  2. 2 Universidad de Zaragoza

    Universidad de Zaragoza

    Zaragoza, España


Geotemas (Madrid)

ISSN: 1576-5172

Année de publication: 2021

Titre de la publication: X Congreso Geológico de España

Número: 18

Pages: 41

Type: Article

D'autres publications dans: Geotemas (Madrid)


The interfolding remagnetizations are those acquired between two deformational stages, and they are common in inverted sedimentary basins. They can be used as a tool to restore the structure at the remagnetization time (Villalaín et al., 2016). This technique is used in the Central High Atlas (Morocco) in the frame of the CGL2016-77560-C2-P research project. The goal of this project is the construction of a 3D palinspastic model of the region (~300 x 120 km), showing the precompressive structure. For that, 891 paleomagnetic sites and 1019 structural sites support 22 present-day geological cross-sections (also constrained by geophysical data) that are subsequently restored to the pre-compressional stage. Both sets of cross-sections are the base for the present-day and the restored 3D models.