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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 February 2014
AAPG Bulletin (2014) 98 (2): 213–226.
...Andrew D. Hanson Abstract Thirty-seven mudstone samples were collected from the uppermost Lower Mudstone Member of the Potrerillos Formation in El Gordo minibasin within La Popa Basin, Mexico. The unit is exposed in a circular pattern at the earth's surface and is intersected by El Gordo diapir...
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Geologic map of <b>El</b> <b>Gordo</b> <b>diapir</b>, indicating locations of some allochthonous...
Published: 30 June 2017
Figure 4. Geologic map of El Gordo diapir, indicating locations of some allochthonous blocks and igneous xenoliths in the caprock of the diapir. Adapted and modified from Rowan et al. (2003) .
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Google Earth image (satellite image by GeoEye) showing the <b>El</b> <b>Gordo</b> <b>diapir</b> ...
Published: 01 February 2014
Figure 4 Google Earth image (satellite image by GeoEye) showing the El Gordo diapir (northeast part of map) and adjacent salt withdrawal minibasin, sample sites, vitrinite values, and inferred boundaries between areas with different R o values. All samples (indicated with a number inside a white
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Geologic map of the northwestern corner of <b>El</b> <b>Gordo</b> <b>diapir</b> showing a promin...
Published: 01 May 2003
Figure 9 Geologic map of the northwestern corner of El Gordo diapir showing a prominent cusp where the halokinetic unconformity at the base of Middle Gordo lentil (Kpgm) intersects the diapir. The map is oriented (see North arrow) so that it shows a down-plunge view and thus approximates a cross
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Schematic illustration showing <b>El</b> <b>Gordo</b> <b>diapir</b> in the core of an anticline ...
Published: 01 May 2003
Figure 18 Schematic illustration showing El Gordo diapir in the core of an anticline and El Papalote diapir on the fold limb during diapirism and shortening. Both diapirs have bathymetric highs, but that around El Gordo diapir is higher and wider because of shortening. A steeper, narrower scarp
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 April 2005
AAPG Bulletin (2005) 89 (4): 447–469.
... diapir are smaller and contain deeper water facies than the age-equivalent depocenters adjacent to El Gordo diapir, suggesting that it had higher, broader sea-floor relief. 26 10 2004 10 2 2004 24 6 2004 22 9 2004 Copyright ©2005. The American Association of Petroleum...
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Geologic map of the two <b>diapirs</b>. Red lines indicate the axial traces of fol...
Published: 01 May 2003
Figure 3 Geologic map of the two diapirs. Red lines indicate the axial traces of folds: El Gordo anticline, which passes through El Gordo diapir, a minor flexure expressed as an anticline-syncline pair at El Papalote diapir, and an orthogonal withdrawal syncline to the southwest of El Gordo
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Facies, thicknesses, and lengths of carbonate lentils at <b>El</b> <b>Gordo</b> and <b>El</b> Pa...
Published: 01 May 2003
Figure 10 Facies, thicknesses, and lengths of carbonate lentils at El Gordo and El Papalote diapirs (see Figures 2–4 for lentil nomenclature). Range of widths at El Gordo diapir are for the southwestern (shorter) and northeastern (longer) flanks. El Gordo lentils are generally thicker, wider
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Stratigraphic cross sections (a) across <b>El</b> Papalote <b>diapir</b> and (b) across E...
Published: 01 April 2005
Figure 7 Stratigraphic cross sections (a) across El Papalote diapir and (b) across El Gordo diapir showing (1) downdip facies change from a sand-dominated inner shelf to a mud-dominated outer shelf; (2) a more expanded, mud-rich section toward the southeast; (3) sandstone depocenters concentrated
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Geologic map and cross section of La Popa Basin (modified from  Hudson and ...
Published: 01 February 2014
Figure 2 Geologic map and cross section of La Popa Basin (modified from Hudson and Hanson, 2010 ; originally from Giles and Lawton, 1999 , used with permission of AAPG and the Geological Society of America). El Gordo diapir (labeled EG on the map) is the southern diapir shown on the cross
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Block diagram of lithofacies summarizing sedimentation patterns in La Popa ...
Published: 01 April 2005
; USF = upper shoreface lithosome; LSF = lower shoreface lithosome; OS = offshore lithosome; EGD = El Gordo diapir; EPD = El Papalote diapir; EGA = El Gordo anticline (Rowan et al. 2003).
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Isopach map of total sandstone thickness of the Delgado Sandstone Member. N...
Published: 01 April 2005
Figure 10 Isopach map of total sandstone thickness of the Delgado Sandstone Member. Note that expanded sections occupy the darkest regions, sandstones thin within 2 km (1.2 mi) of diapirs, and the thinning halo about El Gordo diapir is larger than that of El Papalote.
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Percent sandstone lithofacies map of the Delgado Sandstone Member construct...
Published: 01 April 2005
Figure 9 Percent sandstone lithofacies map of the Delgado Sandstone Member constructed using the stratigraphic ratio of sandstone to mudstone. Note that (1) major sandstone depocenters are centered about salt diapirs; (2) the region of sand deposition northwest of El Gordo diapir is slightly
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Geologic map of La Popa basin (see  Fig. 1  for location in northeastern Me...
Published: 30 June 2017
Figure 3. Geologic map of La Popa basin (see Fig. 1 for location in northeastern Mexico). CB—Carroza minibasin; DB—Delgado minibasin. Location of Figure 4 geologic map is indicated by the rectangle at El Gordo diapir.
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Landsat image of La Popa basin in northeastern Mexico (inset). <b>El</b> Papalote ...
Published: 01 May 2003
Figure 1 Landsat image of La Popa basin in northeastern Mexico (inset). El Papalote and El Gordo diapirs and a 25-km-long vertical weld are in blue, and the axial traces of plunging, salt-cored detachment folds of the Hidalgoan orogeny are in red.
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Geologic map and cross section of the La Popa Basin: the dashed box in the ...
Published: 01 March 2010
and Lawton, 2002 ). BC = Boca la Carroza; EG = El Gordo diapir; EP = El Papalote diapir; LP = La Popa diapir; Ju-Kl = Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous.
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Model of how <b>El</b> <b>Gordo</b> (EG) <b>diapir</b> could be plunging to the northwest, which...
Published: 01 February 2014
Figure 6 Model of how El Gordo (EG) diapir could be plunging to the northwest, which results in areas with high R o values being in a suprasalt position and areas with low R o values being in a subsalt position. The solid line on the top of the model is meant to represent the Delgado Sandstone
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Cross sections in La Popa basin showing (a) regional structures, including ...
Published: 01 May 2003
Figure 2 Cross sections in La Popa basin showing (a) regional structures, including El Gordo anticline, the teepee structure of the vertical weld, and the intervening syncline, and (b) local structures, including El Gordo diapir, along El Gordo anticline, and El Papalote diapir, along a minor
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Stratigraphic fence diagram of the Delgado Sandstone Member showing the bas...
Published: 01 April 2005
Figure 8 Stratigraphic fence diagram of the Delgado Sandstone Member showing the basinwide distribution of sandstone bodies and relative thickness. Inset map shows the location of cross section panels and measured sections. Symbols used: EG = El Gordo diapir; EP = El Papalote diapir; HST
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 May 2003
AAPG Bulletin (2003) 87 (5): 733–756.
...Figure 9 Geologic map of the northwestern corner of El Gordo diapir showing a prominent cusp where the halokinetic unconformity at the base of Middle Gordo lentil (Kpgm) intersects the diapir. The map is oriented (see North arrow) so that it shows a down-plunge view and thus approximates a cross...
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