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Deep seismic profiles, recorded in the foothills of the Northern Emirates, image the thrust-belt architecture and document the wide underthrusting of Mesozoic sedimentary units in the footwall of the Hawasina–Sumeini allochthon in the Dibba Zone, beneath the Semail Ophiolite. Integrated structural and geophysical modeling helped to constrain the structural architecture of two regional transects crossing the foreland and adjacent foothills. 2-D forward kinematic and thermal modeling was performed with Thrustpack® along the transects, whereas CERES2D® complete petroleum system modeling was subsequently performed along the northern transect. One hundred twenty kilometers (75 mi) of convergence occurred from the Santonian to...

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