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Tertiary Intrusions on the South-Western African Margin

S. Jaunich
S. Jaunich
Soekor, Johannesburg
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January 01, 1983


For a complete discussion of the horizons present in this area of the margin, see the jaunich paper (Part I) and composite seismic line in section 223 on Passive Margins, found in atlas plume 2.

This seismic profile shows Tertiary intrusions. The intrusions stand out clearly on the section and also show highs on the magnetic profiles. The magnetic profile indicates that there are more intrusions present than those marked, of which there are some indications on the seismic section. They probably lie outside the plane of the section.

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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
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January 01, 1983




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