By C. Bartolini, J. R. Roman Ramos
Memoir ninety is a multidisciplinary publication that features a wide selection of issues similar to natural geochemistry, petroleum structures research, salt tectonics, petroleum prospectivity reviews, geophysical interpretation, basin modeling, petrophysics, stratigraphy and sedimentology, structural geology and tectonics, biostratigraphy and paleontology, sediment provenance reports, and power fields.
AAPG Memoir ninety specializes in the southern Gulf of Mexico prolific offshore and onshore basins with an emphasis at the petroleum platforms. This ebook is a needs to for exploration geologists and geophysicists, learn scientists, college, and scholars who are looking to know about the recent exploratory wisdom at the petroleum geology of the Mexican Gulf of Mexico.
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The presentday structure of the canopy mostly reflects the interplay of two factors. (1) The shallowest salt or salt welds tend to overlie Miocene anticlines. The salt canopy or equivalent weld is roughly conformable with the underlying fold belts, indicating that the canopy extruded either during the final stage of folding or soon after. (2) The originally thickest parts 26 Go´mez-Cabrera and Jackson 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. of the salt canopy allowed the greatest salt evacuation by overlying Pliocene–Pleistocene minibasins and, hence, became the deepest depressions in the top of salt.
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