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It is commonly impossible to distinguish structure due to deposition and erosion from tectonic structure. Moreover, stratigraphic agents producing trap limits are usually dependent on tectonic influences. It is thus impractical to contrast stratigraphic versus structural traps with the intention of searching for one type and not searching for the other. This is most clear in the case of carbonate traps where tectonism controls development of both erosional and depositional structure and affects depositional and diagenetic facies distribution.

In the Florida-Bahamas carbonate province, intraplatform straits and basins are sites of negative residual Bouguer gravity anomalies. A correctable refractor near...

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