Neogene and Quaternary rollback evolution of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Apennines, and the Sicilian Maghrebides
Reconstruction of the evolution of the Tyrrhenian Sea shows that the major stage of rifting associated with the opening of this basin began at ∼ 10 Ma. It involved two episodes of back arc extension, which were induced by the rollback of a west dipping
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