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Tectono-sedimentary evolution of the Plio-Pleistocene Corinth rift, Greece
The onshore central Corinth rift contains a syn‐rift succession >3 km thick deposited in 5–15 km‐wide tilt blocks, all now inactive, uplifted and deeply incised. This part of the rift records upward deepening from fluviatile ...
Building up or out? Disparate sequence architectures along an active rift margin-Corinth rift, Greece
(The Geological Society of America, 2017-12)
Early Pleistocene synrift deltas developed along the southern Corinth rift margin were deposited in a single, dominantly lacustrine depocenter and were subject to the same climate-related base-level and sediment supply ...