Salt Tectonics, Sediments and Prospectivity

Edited by G. I. Alsop, S. G. Archer, A. J. Hartley, N. T. Grant and R. Hodgkinson


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In this timely volume, geoscientists from both industry and academia present a contemporary view of salt at a global scale. The studies examine the influence of salt on synkinematic sedimentation, its role in basin evolution and tectonics, and ultimately in hydrocarbon prospectivity. Recent improvements in seismic reflection, acquisition and processing techniques have led to significant advances in the understanding of salt and sediment interactions, both along the flanks of vertical or overturned salt margins, and in subsalt plays such as offshore Brazil. The book is broadly separated into five major themes covering a variety of geographical and process-linked topics. These are: halokinetic sequence stratigraphy, salt in passive margin settings, Central European salt basins, deformation within and adjacent to salt, and salt in contractional settings and salt glaciers.
Geological Society of London Special Publication 363
Product Code:1194
Publisher:Geological Society of London
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ISBN:978-1-86239-341-7
Media:hardcover
Pages:624

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