Fracturation et karstification d'un massif: l'exemple de l'Azerou el Kebir (Algérie du Nord)
The fracturation of the sub-autochthonous massif of the Azerou el Kebir is not fundamentally different from that of the adjoining allochthonous massif - where the structures are due to an Alpine phase, known as the Atlas phase. As with all fractures, karstification only exploits certain of them, without having any linkage to their statistical importance, caves have developed following fractures which are qualitatively important, but are poorly represented quantitatively. The study of the karstification therefore, confirms his complementary to the structural analysis in order to elucidate the technical problems of fracturation in the region.
Coiffait, P. E. and Y. Quinif.
Fracturation et karstification d'un massif: l'exemple de l'Azerou el Kebir (Algérie du Nord).
International Journal of Speleology,
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