bre549-sup-0001-appendixS1.docWord document83KAppendix 1. Stratigraphy of the Crotone basin fill
bre549-sup-0002-FigS1.tifimage/tif5812KFigure S1. Adopted time framework. Chronology after Lourens et al. (1996). Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy after Rio et al. (1990) (emend.) and Raffi et al. (2006). Planktonic foraminifera events after Cita (1975) (emend.). Standard Oxygen Isotope Stratigraphy after Lisiecki & Raymo (2005). Mediterranean sapropel layers after Lourens et al. (1994, 1996).
bre549-sup-0003-FigS2.tifimage/tif1194KFigure S2. Profiles drawn from photomosaics depicting the Lower Pliocene succession exposed on the eastern (top) and the western side (bottom), respectively, of the valley of Vitravo River in the area between the villages of Zinga and Belvedere Spinello (northern part of Crotone basin). Thin-skinned listric-extensional syndepositional tectonics was related to the activity of NE-trending normal faults affecting Molassa di Zinga. Inferred gravity-driven displacements were possibly triggered by diapiric rise of salt-cored growth folds. A: Imbricate listric normal growth faults affect the lower sandstone member and partly the upper member of Molassa di Zinga. B: Collapse of the upper member of Molassa di Zinga into a growing half-graben and focusing of sand deposition (sandstone member of the Molassa di Zinga) on a structural high are controlled by the rise of Russomanno anticline. After Zecchin et al. (2003, 2004a), partly modified.
bre549-sup-0004-FigS3.tifimage/tif663KFigure S3. Mutual relationships and schematic Lower Pleistocene stratigraphy of three adjoining sectors located in the area between Marcedusa-Steccato and Tacina faults. Note the remarkably different sedimentary successions.

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