Salt Tectonics an overview ScienceDirect Topics

The broad term of salt tectonics “encompasses any type of deformation involving salt or other evaporites,” and it therefore “includes halokinesis, in which deformation is driven primarily by salt upwelling and withdrawal, not by regional tectonics” (sensu Jackson et al., 1994). From: Permo-Triassic Salt Provinces of Europe, North Africaget price

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(PDF) Salt Tectonics: Principles and Practice ResearchGateresearchgate.netSalt Tectonics: A Global Perspective GeoScienceWorldpubs.geoscienceworldSalt Tectonics Cambridge Corecambridge19 Salt Tectonics West Virginia Universitypages.geo.wvu.edu根据热度为您推荐•反馈

(PDF) Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in the

2004-1-1  Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in t he Offshore Majunga Basin, Madagascar northern Gulf of Mexi co ( e.g., Montgomery and Moore, 1997) get price

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Salt tectonics and sedimentation along Atlantic margins:

2001-1-1  Webster Ueipass Mohriak, Peter Szatmari, 2001. "Salt tectonics and sedimentation along Atlantic margins: Insights from seismic interpretation and physical models", Tectonic Modeling: A Volume in Honor of Hans Ramberg, Hemin A. Koyi, Neil Mancktelowget price

作者: Webster Ueipass Mohriak, Peter Szatmari

Salt Tectonics, Sediments and Prospectivity

2012-1-1  The studies examine the influence of salt on synkinematic sedimentation, its role in basin evolution and tectonics, and ultimately in hydrocarbon prospectivity. This type of structure evolves by a process known as flip-flop salt tectonics starting with a roller where a normal fault detaches down one flank of the embryonic salt body. Theget price

作者: David G. Quirk, Robin S. Pilcher

Salt-related tectonics, sedimentation and hydrocarbon

The presence of an extensive Permian salt basin underlying the Central Graben in the UKCS Northern North Sea has strongly influenced patterns of tectonics and sedimentation in the area throughout the Mesozoic and Tertiary. The salt accumulated in the northern of two Zechstein basins lying north of the east-west trending Variscan mountain front.get price

Salt tectonics driven by sediment progradation: Part

2005-8-1  Salt tectonics driven by sediment progradation: Part I—Mechanics and kinematics Bruno C. Vendeville. Bruno C. Vendeville 1. Either retrogradation or renewed sedimentation following a long depositional hiatus can reactivate older grabens and diapirs in shortening.get price

The impact of salt tectonics on the Mesozoic

Paper I improves the understanding of salt tectonics in the Nordkapp Basin based on interpretation of subsurface data and structural restorations. Our results indicate that a combination of Early Triassic basement-involved extension and sediment progradation resulted in diachronous salt mobilization and sediment infill along the basin.get price

(PDF) Salt Tectonics: Principles and Practice

2017-2-1  Juan I. Soto. View. Show abstract. Salt -unlike most sedimentary rocks -is very weak and deforms like a viscous fluid, even at low temperatures and shallow depths, and its presence inget price

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Sedimentation and Tectonics Siwaliks Trans Indus Salt

2021-1-26  Siwalik sedimentation in this area is not known due to the lack of exposures of basal Siwalik sediments. This suggests that the oldest Siwalik sediments exposed in the Trans-Indus Salt Range are much younger than lower Siwalik sediments of the Potwar Plateau where Siwalik sedimentation antedates 15 Ma (Johnson et al., 1982; Tauxe and Opdyke, 1982).get price

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Early Tertiary sedimentation and salt tectonics tn the

2021-12-3  Early Tertiary sedimentation and salt tectonics in the Nordkapp Basin; southem Barents Sea. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift, Vol. 76, pp. 33-44. Oslo 1996. ISSN 0029-196X. Detailed seismic interpretation of the early Tertiary sediments in the Nordkapp Basin (southem Barents Sea) has revealed theget price

(PDF) Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in the

2004-1-1  Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in t he Offshore Majunga Basin, Madagascar northern Gulf of Mexi co ( e.g., Montgomery and Moore, 1997) are consi dered as useful ana logs for theget price

Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in the Offshore Majunga

2004-12-1  Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in the Offshore Majunga Basin, Madagascar Author(s) Gabor Tari Gabor Tari Vanco Energy Company Three Greenway Plaza, 12 th Floor Houston, Texas 77046. Search for other works by this get price

Salt tectonics and sedimentation along Atlantic margins:

2001-1-1  Request PDF Salt tectonics and sedimentation along Atlantic margins: Insights from seismic interpretation and physical models The interpretations of authochthonous and allochthonous saltget price

Salt tectonics driven by sediment progradation: Part

2005-8-1  Salt tectonics driven by sediment progradation: Part I—Mechanics and kinematics Bruno C. Vendeville. Bruno C. Vendeville 1. Either retrogradation or renewed sedimentation following a long depositional hiatus can reactivate older grabens and diapirs in shortening.get price

Tectonics and Sedimentation UTEP

We decipher the feedbacks between tectonics, erosion and sedimentation to gain a quantitative understanding of deformation, erosion and sedimentation dynamics. Salt-sediment Interaction: The Institute for Tectonic Studies does field research in the Flinders Range (South Australia), the Basque Pyrenees (Spain), and the Paradox Basinget price

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Fig. 10. Tilted Triassic pod, Eastern Trough; Jurassic rifting has rotated the thick Triassic sediment pod, aided by deflation of the salt wall. "Salt-related tectonics, sedimentation and hydrocarbon plays in the Central Graben, North Sea, UKCS"get price

The impact of salt tectonics on the Mesozoic

Paper I improves the understanding of salt tectonics in the Nordkapp Basin based on interpretation of subsurface data and structural restorations. Our results indicate that a combination of Early Triassic basement-involved extension and sediment progradation resulted in diachronous salt mobilization and sediment infill along the basin.get price

Modeling of salt tectonics ScienceDirect

2007-12-1  These models have been extended to include several factors and relevant mechanisms, such as the effects of topography [41], erosion and sedimentation [43], [42], [18], and tectonic extension and compression [13], [37], [20]. Initially salt and overburden were numerically modeled like Newtonian layered fluids with high density and viscosity.get price

(PDF) Salt Tectonics ResearchGate

1996-1-1  Seismic imaging has also contributed to knowledge of halokinesis, and several papers are presented on regional case studies. Two final sections are concerned with numerical and physical modellingget price

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Interplay of Basement Tectonics, Salt Tectonics, and

2012-5-16  Interplay of Basement Tectonics, Salt Tectonics, and Sedimentation in the Kwanza Basin, Angola* Martin P. Jackson1 and Michael Hudec1 Search and Discovery Article #30091 (2009) Posted June 10, 2009 *Adapted from oral presentation at AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, October 26-29, 2009get price

Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in the Offshore Majunga

2004-12-1  Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in the Offshore Majunga Basin, Madagascar Author(s) Gabor Tari Gabor Tari Vanco Energy Company Three Greenway Plaza, 12 th Floor Houston, Texas 77046. Search for other works by this get price

Salt tectonics and sedimentation along Atlantic margins:

2001-1-1  Request PDF Salt tectonics and sedimentation along Atlantic margins: Insights from seismic interpretation and physical models The interpretations of authochthonous and allochthonous saltget price

Salt Tectonics: A Global Perspective GeoScienceWorld

1995-1-1  The conceptual breakthroughs in understanding salt tectonics can be recognized by reviewing the history of salt tectonics, which divides naturally into three parts: the pioneering era, the fluid era, and the brittle era. sedimentation in the Early Triassic accompanied rise of salt into asymmetric salt pillows during regional extensionget price

Figure 10 from Salt-related tectonics, sedimentation and

Fig. 10. Tilted Triassic pod, Eastern Trough; Jurassic rifting has rotated the thick Triassic sediment pod, aided by deflation of the salt wall. "Salt-related tectonics, sedimentation and hydrocarbon plays in the Central Graben, North Sea, UKCS"get price

Modeling of salt tectonics ScienceDirect

2007-12-1  These models have been extended to include several factors and relevant mechanisms, such as the effects of topography [41], erosion and sedimentation [43], [42], [18], and tectonic extension and compression [13], [37], [20]. Initially salt and overburden were numerically modeled like Newtonian layered fluids with high density and viscosity.get price

The impact of salt tectonics on the Mesozoic

Paper I improves the understanding of salt tectonics in the Nordkapp Basin based on interpretation of subsurface data and structural restorations. Our results indicate that a combination of Early Triassic basement-involved extension and sediment progradation resulted in diachronous salt mobilization and sediment infill along the basin.get price

Dynamic modelling of passive margin salt tectonics:

At a later stage, an allochthonous salt nappe overthrusts the autochthonous limit of the salt. The nature and distribution of major structures depends on the sediment properties and the sedimentation pattern. Strain weakening of sediment favours landward listric growth faults with formation of asymmetric extensional depocentres.get price

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Interplay of Basement Tectonics, Salt Tectonics, and

2012-5-16  Interplay of Basement Tectonics, Salt Tectonics, and Sedimentation in the Kwanza Basin, Angola* Martin P. Jackson1 and Michael Hudec1 Search and Discovery Article #30091 (2009) Posted June 10, 2009 *Adapted from oral presentation at AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, October 26-29, 2009get price

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Salt tectonics driven by differential sediment loading:

2004-12-6  Sedimentation enhances salt evacuation by maintaining a differential pressure in the salt. Continued sedimentary filling of landward extensional basins suppresses landward salt diapirism. Salt tectonics in sedimentary basins is a global phenomena (e.g., Jackson & Talbot, 1991). Evaporiticget price

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Salt tectonics as a self-organizing process: A reaction,

2018-6-24  804 TUNCAY AND ORTOLEVA: SALT TECTONICS AS A SELF-ORGANIZING PROCESS Laboratory analog models have been used to generate new con- cepts that can be utilized to interpret observations [Vendeville and Jackson, 1992; Weijemars et al., 1993; Ge et al., 1997; Jackson We use coupling of sedimentation and salt motion, while mostget price