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Lugeon [l] concludes that, before denudation had done its work and cut off the
With Lugeon  we may see in the phenomenon of the formation of the Préalpes a detail; regarding it as a normal expression of that mechanism which has created the Swiss Alps. For these limestone masses of the Oberland are not indications of
Diablerets, Wildhorn, and Massif de la Brèche by Lugeon,  or finally Termier's section of the Pelvoux Massif,  one is reminded of the breaking of waves on a sloping beach.
Lugeon, formation of the Préalpes, 171; sections in the Alps,
Bertrand; and their consummation in that of Lugeon, Schardt,