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This is the first Geological Society Special Publication (GSSP) dedicated to salt tectonics and associated . Alsop G. Blundell . Davison I., eds (1996) Salt Tectonics, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 100, p 310. OpenUrl.

This is the first Geological Society Special Publication (GSSP) dedicated to salt tectonics and associated sedimentation since Alsop et al. (1996) more than 15 years ago; it therefore represents a timely addition to this expanding field.

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Blundell DJ. Ian Davison. Geological Society London Special Publications. Seismic imaging has also contributed to knowledge of halokinesis, and several papers are presented on regional case studies.

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KEYWORDS: Zechstein Salt; Salt Formation; Salt Movement; Salt Structure; Salt Dissolution

KEYWORDS: Zechstein Salt; Salt Formation; Salt Movement; Salt Structure; Salt Dissolution. JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Geology, Vo. N., December 10, 2013. ABSTRACT: The Zechstein (Upper Permian) salts are extensively distributed in the Northeast German Basin (NEGB). Their formation and movements have attracted great attention to discovering the accumulation and exploration of hydrocarbon sources, as well as the salt production. Seven cycles of Zechstein salt (Na1, Na2, Na3, Na4, Na5, Na6, Na7) with distinct composition and thickness were deposited after a series of marine transgressions and regressions during the Upper Permian.

Geological Society Special Publications. Salt Tectonics, Sediments and Prospectivity. From: Alsop, G. Archer, S. Hartley, A. Grant, N. T. & Hodgkinson, R. (eds) 2012. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 363, 59–79. 4 The Geological Society of London 2012. Publishing disclaimer: ww. eolsoc. org/ at University of Texas At El Paso on February 15, 2012 60. J. r. andrie et al.

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Series: Geological Society of London Special Publications (Book 88). Hardcover: 606 pages. Publisher: Geological Society Pub House (January 1, 1995). ISBN-13: 978-1897799291. Shipping Weight: . pounds.


Salt Tectonics (Geological Society of London Special Publications) download epub
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Author: G. I. Alsop,Derek J. Blundell,I. Davison
ISBN: 1897799446
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Amer Assn of Petroleum Geologists (June 1, 1996)
Pages: 320 pages