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Reflections Near Unconformity—Southern Taiwan

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S.S.L. Chang
S.S.L. Chang
Chinese Petroleum Corporation
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Y.S. Pan
Y.S. Pan
Chinese Petroleum Corporation
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Published:
January 01, 1983

Abstract

The reflections from beds below the unconformity surface terminate abruptly at various eroded portions of the profile. The chaotic reflection pattern immediately above the unconformity is possibly due to the disorder of the reflecting surfaces. The reflections being fragmentary and of low amplitude suggest that the strata were deposited in variable settings of relatively high energy. The depressed parts of the unconformity surface could be channels of various depths.

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AAPG Studies in Geology

Seismic Expression of Structural Styles: A Picture and Work Atlas. Volume 1–The Layered Earth, Volume 2–Tectonics Of Extensional Provinces, & Volume 3–Tectonics Of Compressional Provinces

A. W. Bally
A. W. Bally
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American Association of Petroleum Geologists
Volume
15
ISBN electronic:
9781629810188
Publication date:
January 01, 1983

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