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Anticlines along the western margin of the South Viking Graben in the Brae area of the U.K. North Sea form the structural components of large structural and stratigraphic traps within Upper Jurassic Brae Formation submarine fan deposits. Various interpretations of the origin of these anticlines and their attendant inboard synclines at the graben boundary have been previously published, with both gravity-driven processes and inversion being invoked. Based on regional interpretation of 3-D seismic data sets and analysis of thickness variations in uppermost Jurassic and Cretaceous sequences in numerous wells, it is concluded that gravity-driven processes were more important than...

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