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Journal: Geology
Published: 01 November 2007
Geology (2007) 35 (11): 963-966.
... in namakiers (salt glaciers). Using seismic sections and variance attribute maps derived from high-resolution three-dimensional seismic data, we show that when a syndepositional fault cuts a near-emergent diapir crest, the caprock carapace was breached, opening a pathway for salt extrusion. The fault...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2010
Journal of the Geological Society (2010) 167 (1): 155-170.
... InSAR to map, for the first time, the cumulative surface deformation in a 6 km × 6 km region surrounding an active salt diapir (Syahoo) and its associated surface salt flow (or namakier) exposed in the Zagros Mountains of southern Iran. Images provided by the European Space Agency were acquired in 12...
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( a ) Landsat image (RGB 531) of the main dome and spreading <b>namakiers</b> at S...
Published: 01 January 2010
Fig. 3. ( a ) Landsat image (RGB 531) of the main dome and spreading namakiers at Syahoo. The position of the topographic profiles (A–D) across the dome and surrounding namakiers are shown. ( b ) Exaggerated topographic profiles (A–D) across Syahoo, with vertical and horizontal scales in km
Series: AAPG Memoir
Published: 01 January 2011
DOI: 10.1306/13231314M933424
EISBN: 9781629810089
... in zones of instability created by ridge collapse. In contrast, where halokinetic salt breaks out onto the land surface or the sea floor, the halite mass continues to flow and spread across the deep-sea floor and ultimately constructs large allochthonous tongues and namakiers. Active mud and salt diapirs...
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Series: GCSSEPM
Published: 01 December 1993
DOI: 10.5724/gcs.95.16.0033
EISBN: 978-1-944966-30-0
... extrusion, with deformation of the overburden dominated by recumbent folding and occasional thrusting observed in the overturned sedimentary rocks beneath the eroded namakier. Minor reverse faulting occurs above the Al Salif diapir and minor extensional faulting and gypsum tensional veins, some of which...
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( a ) Perspective view towards the north of Syahoo showing the location of ...
Published: 01 January 2010
Fig. 7. ( a ) Perspective view towards the north of Syahoo showing the location of nine points chosen for InSAR analysis. ( b ) InSAR analysis of five points on the main dome and ( c ) four points on the surrounding namakiers for consecutive increments 5–12 (from 7 August 2003 to 18 May 2006
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Schematic summary sections (above) and plans (below) of viscous salt founta...
Published: 01 January 2010
of surrounding namakiers. ( b ) The dome of the inflated salt fountain shown in ( a ) undergoes broad subsidence during dry intervals. A strong (brittle) skin restrains salt flow during gradual deflation of the dome, which feeds pulses of gravity spreading that slowly migrate down the namakiers. ( c
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Summary schematic section illustrating a general model for salt movement in...
Published: 01 January 2010
Fig. 12. Summary schematic section illustrating a general model for salt movement in the central dome, surrounding namakier and snout during ( a ) dry, ( b ) wet, ( c ) wet–damp phase and ( d ) later dry phases. Rapid inflation (swelling) of the central dome tends to occur in the latter parts
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Paired satellite imagery and geologic maps of selected salt structures. Sat...
in > Geosphere
Published: 01 December 2014
Figure 3. Paired satellite imagery and geologic maps of selected salt structures. Satellite images are collected via Google Earth. (A and B) The Chaerchan namakier, i.e., the eastern end of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. (C and D) The Awate salt fountain. (E and F) A central segment
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Figure 2. Surface geology (left) and Landsat image (right) of Kuk-e-Namak (...
in > Geology
Published: 01 November 2007
Figure 2. Surface geology (left) and Landsat image (right) of Kuk-e-Namak (Dashti), Iran, 28°16′N, 51°42′E. Faults intersecting the anticlinal dome facilitated salt breakout and formation of surface salt glacier, or namakier. Black arrows indicate bedding dip and azimuth in anticlinal beds (geology
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Photographs of key features of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Vanta...
in > Geosphere
Published: 01 December 2014
strike-slip fault forming the western termination of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Bedding terminates along the salt-lined fault zone. (H) Growth strata adjacent to the Chaerchan namakier marking the eastern termination of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Strata dips steeply adjacent
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Photographs of key features of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Vanta...
in > Geosphere
Published: 01 December 2014
strike-slip fault forming the western termination of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Bedding terminates along the salt-lined fault zone. (H) Growth strata adjacent to the Chaerchan namakier marking the eastern termination of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Strata dips steeply adjacent
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Photographs of key features of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Vanta...
in > Geosphere
Published: 01 December 2014
strike-slip fault forming the western termination of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Bedding terminates along the salt-lined fault zone. (H) Growth strata adjacent to the Chaerchan namakier marking the eastern termination of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. Strata dips steeply adjacent
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( a ) View looking north at Syahoo using a 3D spot image with a resolution ...
Published: 01 January 2010
towards the NE and highlighting the topography of the central dome and surrounding salt apron. The east–west-trending country rock buttress deflects the southern flowing namakier around the eastern end of the salt dam. ( c ) Field photograph looking east towards the western flank of Syahoo showing faintly
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Satellite image showing the correlations between the salt, stream, and fan ...
in > Geosphere
Published: 01 December 2014
develops. The largest streams flowing southwards from the salt thrust sheet commonly form dissolution morphologies, such that some parts of the streams flow through the namakiers in caves (southern portions of stream/cave systems are marked in purple). The outflows of these streams at the southern limit
Journal Article
Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 December 2014
Geosphere (2014) 10 (6): 1219-1234.
...Figure 3. Paired satellite imagery and geologic maps of selected salt structures. Satellite images are collected via Google Earth. (A and B) The Chaerchan namakier, i.e., the eastern end of the Quele open-toed salt thrust sheet. (C and D) The Awate salt fountain. (E and F) A central segment...
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Schematic structural map of the Zagros Mountains. A list of 20 examples of ...
Published: 01 March 2018
) secondary ( Aubourg et al., 2008 ); (9) Kuh-e Sefidar, linkage ( Ramsey et al., 2008 ); (10) Kuh-e Siah, secondary ( Maleki and Jahadgar, 2015 ); (11) Kuh-e Kaftar, linkage ( Ramsey et al., 2008 ); (12) Kuh-e Meymand, linkage ( Ramsey et al., 2008 ); (13) Kuh-e Namaki, linkage ( Ramsey et al., 2008
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 May 2010
GSA Bulletin (2010) 122 (5-6): 701-713.
... by the seismic data, which show reflectors tapering out toward the seabed downslope ( Fig. 5 ). If this explanation were not correct, we would need to appeal to mechanisms that instead stiffen the evaporites with progressive strain, which seem unlikely ( Schléder and Urai, 2007 ). Iranian namakiers move...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2004
Journal of the Geological Society (2004) 161 (2): 321-334.
.... These were probably based on inferences from field observations ( Talbot 1979 ), but several simple experiments designed to generate such folds have been unsuccessful. The distal front of a namakier advances like a lava flow or a caterpillar tank-track (and retreats as a dissolving feather edge; Talbot...
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Series: GCSSEPM
Published: 01 December 1989
DOI: 10.5724/gcs.89.10.0039
EISBN: 978-1-944966-32-4
..., anticlines, and pillows into diapiric stocks, walls, massifs, and nappes, and further into extrusive domes and namakiers (salt glaciers). Jackson and Talbot (1986) suggested that differential loading is the most effective method to generate the early stages of diapirism. Laboratory experiments have...