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Enseigner les marges passives : un aperçu des innovations scientifiques des deux dernières décennies (Chenin. et al.)

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Flux de chaleur et transferts de matière dans le manteau Terrestre : panaches, slabs et géoressources (L. Guillou-Frottier)

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Les dorsales océaniques : magmatisme et déformation (S. Leroy et J. Escartin)

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Subduction et obduction : le destin de la lithosphère océanique vu à travers ses reliques (schistes bleus, éclogites, ophiolites) (Ph. Agard et A. Plunder)

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Les altérations supergènes et la géodynamique de la lithosphère (R. Wyns)

Bauer H., Bessin P., Saint-Marc P., Châteauneuf J.J., Bourdillon C., Wyns R., Guillocheau F. (2016). – The Cenozoic history of the Armorican Massif: New insights from the deep CDB1 borehole (Rennes Basin, France). Comptes Rendus Geosciences, 348, 5, 387-397.

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