Salt Basins Technical Interest Group (TIG)

Fundamental and applied aspects of salt-influenced sedimentary basins from salt deposition to tectonics and dissolution. The ultimate goal of the Salt Basins TIG is to unite academia and industry, diversify our field (people and research topics), and to create a scientifically inclusive environment for leading experts in salt tectonics to collaborate and thrive.
Salt Basins TIG
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2 Replies and 158 Views AAPG Salt Basins Replays, Subscription form, and Season 1 Schedule  158  2 Started by  Tim Shin Hi All, A few announcements. We've ironed out season 1 details that can be seen below Catch replays at: Fill out the Google Form : to get: 1) Getting email invitations to our free webinars 2) Presenting a webinar 3) Being a mentor on salt tectonics & related topics 4) Getting mentoring on salt tectonics OR COPY AND PASTE THIS LONG LINK TO YOUR BROW...
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19 Aug 2020 08:01 AM
0 Replies and 67 Views Follow-up to Q&A from S1Episode2: The Subsidence and Mobility of Minibasins by Oliver Duffy  67  0 Started by  Tim Shin AAPG Salt Basins Technical Interest Group – Q&A From Online Seminar by Oliver Duffy (AGL) July 21st 2020 Seminar Title: The Subsidence and Mobility of Minibasins: Insights from Natural Examples, Physical Models, and Numerical Models replay: 9 the whole minibasin stroy starts with sedimentation above thick pervasive layer of salt - can you think about mechanisms focusing sedimentation in particular areas As mentioned after the talk, this is...
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25 Jul 2020 11:47 AM
1 Replies and 100 Views What's your favorite salt basin image/diagram?  100  1 Started by  Tim Shin What's your favorite salt basin image/diagram Please post a single favorite picture/image of yours from your favorite salt related system.
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