Geomorphology and tectono-sedimentary interactions within active rift environments
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Geomorphology and tectono-sedimentary interactions within active rift environments theSperchios basin, central Greece. by Pierre Patrick Eliet

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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English

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ContributionsUniversity of Manchester. Department of Earth Sciences.
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Number of Pages325
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Detailed outcrop study of Miocene platform carbonates along the southwestern margin ofthe Gulf of Suez rift, together with an extensive review of comparable systems elsewhere, has generated new tectono–sedimentary models for marine rift–basin carbonate systems. Tectono-sedimentary and hydrocarbon potential analysis of rift-related successions in the Dehui Depression, Songliao Basin, Northeastern China During the syn-rift stage, the geomorphology variations between the short axis and long axis of the basin controlled the depositional systems. M.R. LeederTectono-sedimentary evolution of active Cited by: 7. Sep 01,  · Tectono‐sedimentary evolution of active extensional basins Tectono‐sedimentary evolution of active extensional basins Gawthorpe, R. L.; Leeder, M. R. We present conceptual models for the tectono‐sedimentary evolution of rift basins. Basin architecture depends upon a complex interaction between the three‐dimensional evolution of basin linkage through fault. Nov 20,  · 16 Douwe J. J. van Hinsbergen, Willem-Jan Zachariasse, Anne R. Fortuin, Comment on `Tectono-sedimentary evolution of lower to middle Miocene halfgraben basins related to an extensional detachment fault (western Crete, Greece)' by M. Seidel, E. Seidel and B. Stöckhert, Terra Nova, , 20, 5, Wiley Online Library.

Feb 24,  · Tectono-sedimentary evolution of the Gulf of Suez active extensional basin affected the deposition of the syn-rift Middle Miocene (Langhian) Kareem Formation. Six interpreted tectono-sedimentary models and lithofacies distribution maps are based mainly on facies interpretation and log data from ten by: 1. Request PDF | Tectono-sedimentary evolution of active extensional basins controlling the deposition of the Middle Miocene Kareem Formation, southwestern Gulf of Suez, Egypt | Tectono-sedimentary. Tectonic development of the Kilombero Rift, Tanzania. ESE Tectono-sedimentary development of the (Permian) Karoo sediments in the Kilombero Rift Valley The Calcareous Beds succeed the Ndeke Beds without any apparent unconformity. However, the boundary is characterised by the transition from red to greyish-black, organic rich by: Tectono-sedimentary models of rift basins Frank Müller - 2 - by an unconformity surface on rotated fault blocks with an overlap of syn- rift strata characterised by the regular and progressive pitching out towards the margins. The syn-rift unconformity is generated prior to and during rifting and so underlies syn-rift strata. Syn-rift strata.

This work shows that understanding both the general tectono-sedimentary setting and the sedimentological peculiarities of each sedimentary stage of the basin infill is crucial to establish the elements of a petroleum system, as well as their appropriateness to constitute successful source rocks and/or reservoirs. Tectono-Sedimentary Evolution of the Early Cretaceous South Atlantic Rift and Sag Basin: From Carbonate Reservoir to Stratified Evaporite Seal. Szatmari, Peter 1 (1) as well as hot springs from the still active Paraná Continental Flood Basalt Province. Ca in the inflowing water reacted with the Na-carbonate-rich water of the lakes, causing. Recent work ap plying sequence stratigraphic concepts to rift basins is reviewed which illustrates that the recognition and nature of depositional sequences at a variety of scales gives important information on the tectono-sedimentary evolution of rift by: In particular, case studies are included to highlight the major controlling factors of Tethyan biosphere-geosphere interactions as inferred from the Mediterranean and Middle East regions. The book is of interest to all researchers in the fields of different disciplines involved in the sedimentary geology.