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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2006
AAPG Bulletin (2006) 90 (7): 1003-1029.
...Oriol Falivene; Pau Arbués; Andy Gardiner; Gillian Pickup; Josep Anton Muñoz; Lluís Cabrera Abstract Using data from an outcrop characterization of a sandstone-rich turbidite channel fill (the so-called “Quarry outcrop” in the Ainsa basin), several stochastic facies models were constructed...
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Journal Article
Published: 27 October 2017
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (2017) 188 (4): 22.
... but some transformations in the matrix of rocks, if less spectacular, may lead to pervasive transformations of the sediments. Inherited slide surfaces in the Eocene Ainsa Basin (Spanish Pyrenees) have been chosen to test this hypothesis. In the Sobrarbe delta, the steady mineralogy of marls indicates...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 March 2009
Geology (2009) 37 (3): 203-206.
...Kevin T. Pickering; Nicole J. Bayliss Abstract The Eocene deep-marine siliciclastic fill of the Ainsa basin, Spanish Pyrenees, gives unprecedented temporal resolution of the causes and timing of coarse clastic sediment supply to a deep-marine basin. Early Eocene tectonic subsidence linked...
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Journal Article
Published: 25 June 2019
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2019) 89 (6): 576-597.
...-basin floor setting in the middle Eocene Ainsa Basin, Spanish Pyrenees. From field observations, six facies associations interpreted as related to supercritical flow are defined. These facies associations are grouped in two categories. The first group includes facies associations related to erosional...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 19 May 2017
Geology (2017) 45 (8): 707-710.
...-m-thick succession representing ∼5 m.y. of slope sedimentation in the Eocene Ainsa Basin of Spain. The restricted physiographic setting of the basin results in a bulk δ 13 C carb signal that accurately correlates with the coeval eustatic curve from the New Jersey (USA) passive margin. We show...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2015
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2015) 85 (9): 1037-1057.
... impact fluid–rock interactions. A petrographic, geochemical, and microthermometric study of several fractured dolomite concretions and enclosing prodelta marls provides insights into the evolution of burial diagenesis in the Eocene Sobrarbe deltaic complex (Ainsa Basin, Spain), and more generally...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 2012
AAPG Bulletin (2012) 96 (10): 1813-1841.
... and converge because of topographic confinement in the distal part of the basin. The Morillo 1 member, in the Ainsa Basin, Spain, is an excellent outcrop analog of a weakly confined submarine channel system. Data from the Morillo 1 member are used to quantitatively document how reservoir characteristics vary...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2012
Journal of the Geological Society (2012) 169 (5): 545-559.
...O. Fernández; J. A. Muñoz; P. Arbués; O. Falivene Abstract The structure of the Eocene Ainsa basin is dominated by kilometre-scale thrusts and folds that have trends at c . 70° to that of the main Pyrenean structures. Late uplift and erosion provide excellent exposure of this fold-and-thrust system...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2012
GSA Bulletin (2012) 124 (7-8): 1229-1250.
...Tania Mochales; A. Barnolas; E.L. Pueyo; J. Serra-Kiel; A.M. Casas; J.M. Samsó; J. Ramajo; J. Sanjuán Abstract The Ainsa Basin (south-central Pyrenees) is an exceptional example of a syntectonic foreland basin where structures oblique to the Pyrenean trend are well preserved. The absence...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 2004
AAPG Bulletin (2004) 88 (8): 1049-1068.
...O. Fernández; J. A. Muñoz; P. Arbués; O. Falivene; M. Marzo Abstract The external and internal geometry of four turbidite systems outcropping around the Buil syncline (Ainsa basin, Spanish Pyrenees) has been reconstructed with reservoir-scale resolution in three dimensions (3-D). The irregular...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1998
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1998) 169 (5): 627-633.
...Klaus Bitzer; Anna Trave; Jose Maria Carmona; Francesc Calvet Abstract The Ainsa basin is part of the inner south-Pyrenean foreland basin and is thrusted in its northern part by the Cotiella nappe. The interpretation of the geochemical composition of calcite cements in shear veins from...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1987
Journal of the Geological Society (1987) 144 (6): 907-914.
...S. G. FARRELL; G. D. WILLIAMS; C. D. ATKINSON Abstract Palaeocene to Oligocene thrusting in the Pyrenees was synchronous with the development of the South Pyrenean foreland basin (collectively the Tremp–Graus, Ainsa and Jaca basins). Sedimentological and stratigraphical evidence from the foreland...
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A)  Geological map of the <b>Ainsa</b> <b>Basin</b>; from  Pickering and Bayliss (2009) ....
Published: 25 June 2019
Fig. 1.— A) Geological map of the Ainsa Basin; from Pickering and Bayliss (2009) . B) Schematic summary stratigraphy of the Hecho and Montañana groups in the South Pyrenean foreland Tremp–Graus, Ainsa, and Jaca basins (modified from Scotchman et al. 2015). The Montañana Group is middle
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Schematic depositional model for the <b>Ainsa</b> <b>Basin</b> sandy fans to show the env...
Published: 25 June 2019
Fig. 10.— Schematic depositional model for the Ainsa Basin sandy fans to show the environmental distribution of the six facies associations with SFDs. The SFDs occur across a wide range of environments but are shown where they are most abundant. Erosional coarse-grained supercritical-flow
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Paleogeography of the <b>Ainsa</b> <b>Basin</b> (Pyrenees, Spain) lower Eocene. Modified ...
in > Geology
Published: 19 May 2017
Figure 1. Paleogeography of the Ainsa Basin (Pyrenees, Spain) lower Eocene. Modified after Payros et al. (2009) . P—Pueyo composite section (see Fig. 2 ); Bo—Boltaña anticline; M—Montsech; B—Boixols; Mo—Morerres; Sm—Serres Marginals; Vf—Vallfogona; SCPU—South-Central Pyrenean Unit.
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The δ 13 C carb  record in the <b>Ainsa</b> <b>Basin</b> (Pyrenees, Spain) versus Pyrenea...
in > Geology
Published: 19 May 2017
Figure 3. The δ 13 C carb record in the Ainsa Basin (Pyrenees, Spain) versus Pyrenean tectonics, global sea level, and isotopic records. SGF—sediment gravity flow; C—chron. White stars 1–4 are biostratigraphic anchors in the depth domain placed with age uncertainty in the time domain. δ 13 C
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The <b>Ainsa</b> <b>Basin</b> is located in northern Spain. It is a subbasin of the Tremp...
Published: 01 October 2012
Figure 2 The Ainsa Basin is located in northern Spain. It is a subbasin of the Tremp-Ainsa-Jaca Basin. (A) The Ainsa Basin is an intraslope minibasin that connects the fluvial-deltaic Tremp-Graus Basin in the southeast and the deep-water Jaca Basin to the west (modified from Fernandez et al
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Chronostratigraphic diagram of the <b>Ainsa</b> <b>basin</b>. The turbidite systems discu...
Published: 01 September 2012
Fig. 3. Chronostratigraphic diagram of the Ainsa basin. The turbidite systems discussed in the text are labelled: gb, Gerbé-Banastón; ai, Ainsa; mo, Morillo; si, Sieste; og, O Grao.
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Map of the <b>Ainsa</b> <b>basin</b> with the location of data used in the 3D reconstruct...
Published: 01 September 2012
Fig. 4. Map of the Ainsa basin with the location of data used in the 3D reconstruction. The traces of the seismic lines interpreted in Figures 6 and 9 are shown in bold. Map traces are labelled: alv, Alveolina Limestone; gb, Gerbé–Banastón; ai, Ainsa; mo, Morillo; si, Sieste; og, O Grao; ga
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Interpretation of two seismic lines across the northern <b>Ainsa</b> <b>basin</b> and spa...
Published: 01 September 2012
Fig. 9. Interpretation of two seismic lines across the northern Ainsa basin and spanning from the Jaca basin in the west to the Tremp–Graus basin in the east: ( a ) line SP-3; ( b ) line SP 84-10. It should be noted that displacement on the thrusts seen on these lines is out of the plane