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Structure and evolution of the Bellsund Graben between Forlandsundet and Bellsund (Spitsbergen) based on marine seismic data
(Geological Soceity of Norway, 2009)
Seismic interpretation of multi-channel seismic data acquired along the western shelf of Spitsbergen allowed identification of the main geological features of the area, including the Hornsund Fault Zone, and the Forlandsundet ...
Seafloor expression and shallow structure of a surfacing fold-and-thrust system: an example from Isfjorden, West Spitsbergen
(Norwegian Polar Institute, 2012)
A detailed map of the structure of the West Spitsbergen Fold-and-Thrust Belt in the shallow part of the Isfjorden area, Spitsbergen, is presented. The map was constructed from a new dense grid of 2D multichannel reflection ...
A new tectono-magmatic model for the Lofoten/Vesterålen Margin at the outer limit of the Iceland Plume influence
The Early Eocene continental breakup was magma-rich and formed part of the North Atlantic Igneous Province. Extrusive and intrusive magmatism was abundant on the continental side, and a thick oceanic crust was produced up ...
Basement structure and its influence on the structural configuration of the northern North Sea rift
(American Geophysical Union, 2017-06)
The northern North Sea rift basin developed on a heterogeneous crust comprising structures inherited from the Caledonian orogeny and Devonian postorogenic extension. Integrating two‐dimensional regional seismic reflection ...
Prestack inversion and multiattribute analysis for porosity, shale volume, and sand probability in the Havert Formation of the Goliat field, southwest Barents Sea
(Society of Exploration Geophysicists and American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2017-08)
An integrated innovative multidisciplinary approach has been used to estimate effective porosity (PHIE), shale volume (Vsh), and sand probability from prestack angle gathers and petrophysical well logs within the Lower ...
Crustal structure and evolution of the Arctic Caledonides: Results fromcontrolled-source seismology
The continuation of the Caledonides into the Barents Sea has long been a subject of discussion, and two major orientations of the Caledonian deformation fronts have been suggested: NNW-SSE striking and NE-SW striking. A ...