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Structural modeling combined with basin modeling was used to demonstrate the influence of the structural history on hydrocarbon generation. For this purpose, a tectonic setting in the Netherlands was selected that shows large-scale tectonic inversion, associated erosion, and later subsidence. On the basis of a 300-km (186-mi) two-dimensional section that crosses the main tectonic features of this setting, a structural model consisting of 21 paleosections was created. The results generated by the structural model show that the Late Cretaceous inversion affected the basins the most, whereas the erosion in the Jurassic had the strongest influence on the structural highs....

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