Pitfalls in three-dimensional seismic interpretation: Footprints of an irregular source–receiver layout
Three-dimensional fault geometries and interactions within experimental models of multiphase extension
Stratigraphy, facies, and evolution of deep-water lobe complexes within a salt-controlled intraslope minibasin
ON COVER — Photograph of top surface of experimental (analog) model after two phases of noncoaxial extension. The resulting fault pattern is complex, with two distinct fault trends and a variety of interactions between the first-phase and second-phase faults. See related article by Withjack et al. on p. 1767 of this issue of the AAPG Bulletin.
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