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The area between Golo and Tavignano valleys in Central Corsica (latitudes 42°23 ′ 12,18 ′′ N to 42°18 ′ 24,60 ′′ N, longitudes 9°07 ′ 49,30 ′′ E to 9°11 ′ 35,90 ′′ E) is characterized by the occurrence of continental metamorphic units belonging to the Lower Units of Alpine Corsica. These units, also known as Corte Slices, represent the fragments of the European continental margin involved in the continental subduction and the subsequent collision, both resulting from the closure of thedoi:10.1080/17445647.2017.1351900 fatcat:jpmjawn5eja2rk35hyvrmvq2pi