Benssaou M. The western Anti-Atlas from Morocco : sedimentary deposits in an intracontinental rift basin during the Lower Cambrian. During a lower Paleozoic distensif event, the synrift succession of the Western Anti-Atlas is interpreted as the result of a partly infilled rift basin generated in the Western Anti-Atlas. Reconition of sedimentary environments is based on the stady of various lithofacies. The differential tectonics is the main control on basin structuration and consequently on rift basin architecture.
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Received 18 th June, ; Received in revised form 19 th July, ; Accepted 24 th August, ; Published online 30 th September, This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. The petrographic correlative analyzes of the solid material in stone-line allowed to determine their origin. Scanning electron microscopy allowed to highlight the depositional environment of the stone-line. Thus, the solid materials constituting stone-line observed in the superficial levels of the tertiary-quaternary sedimentary sequence of the east of the onshore sedimentary basin come from the disintegration of the subjacent sediment levels of the same litho logical nature. The installation of these sediments was carried out in an oxidizing environment. The first phase of sedimentation is at the origin of the deposit of the extra formational sediments and the second phase is responsible for the deposition of intraformational sediments.