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Charton, R.J.G. (author)
Our understanding of the Earth’s interior is limited by the access we have of its  deep layers, while the knowledge we have of Earth’s evolution is restricted to harvested information from the present state of our planet. We therefore use  proxies, physical and numerical models, and observations made on and from the...
doctoral thesis 2018
Charton, R.J.G. (author), Bertotti, G. (author), Arantegui, Angel (author), Bulot, Luc (author)
The occurrence of km-scale exhumations during syn- and post-rift stages has been documented along Atlantic continental margins, which are also characterised by basins undergoing substantial subsidence. The relationship between the exhuming and subsiding domains is poorly understood. In this study, we reconstruct the evolution of a 50 km long...
journal article 2018
Gouiza, M. (author), Charton, R.J.G. (author), Bertotti, G. (author), Andriessen, P. (author), Storms, J.E.A. (author)
The Anti-Atlas belt of Morocco extends ENE–WSW, over more than 600 km, from the Atlantic margin in the west to the interior of the African plate in the east. It exhibits Precambrian rocks outcropping as basement inliers and surrounded by marine Ediacaran–Cambrian sequences around the axis of the mountain range. The belt, which has for a long...
journal article 2016