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Published: 01 September 2007
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (2007) 178 (5): 343–352.
... with a N-S trending one. A sketch map of the top of the basement makes visible a mosaic of S- to SE-ward tilted blocks. The faults between these blocks are inherited from paleofaults which formed during extensional events during the Cambrian, late Ordovician, and (mainly) Middle-Late Devonian...
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Series: AAPG Memoir
Published: 01 January 1997
DOI: 10.1306/M69613C4
EISBN: 9781629810799
... Carbonate, the resulting geologic model suggested that paleofaults and related fracture systems controlled the distribution of nonporous calcite (cal-citized dolomite) by acting as conduits for calcitizing fluids originating from anhydrites underlying the carbonates. The next step in the prediction process...
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2020
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2020) 139 (1): 54–75.
... in the NW Sicilian fold and thrust belt of the so-called Trapanese carbonate platform to pelagic succession highlight the occurrence of lateral facies and thickness changes, paleofaults, volcanics, and resedimented deposits. The integration of facies analysis, stratigraphic data, and subsidence history have...
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- Black Fe-Mn oxide crust capping the white peritidal limestone of the Inic...
Published: 01 February 2020
Fig. 7 - Black Fe-Mn oxide crust capping the white peritidal limestone of the Inici Fm and covered by Jurassic Cretaceous thin-bedded pelagites; several paleofaults dislocating the top of the Inici Fm are also observable (a: M.gna Grande, b: Rocca Maranfusa; see Fig. 1a for location).
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Figure 5. A: Typical age relationships along pelagic carbonate platform (PC...
Published: 01 May 2005
Figure 5. A: Typical age relationships along pelagic carbonate platform (PCP) margin in Apennines. Both absolute ages and stages are portrayed. a, b, and c are patchwork deposits. B: Differences between paleofault and paleoescarpment across pelagic carbonate platform and basin system
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Stereonet plot of two <span class="search-highlight">paleofault</span> plane solutions from  Beard  et al.  (2010...
Published: 24 September 2019
Figure 8. Stereonet plot of two paleofault plane solutions from Beard et al. (2010) . The data points the solutions are based upon are plotted kinematic structures such as fault slip lines. (1)  T axis, (2) B ‐axis, and (3)  P axis. Adapted with permission from the Geological Society
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Diagrammatic cross-section of the AMRB basin (red background) and adjacent ...
Published: 01 May 2016
Fig. 7 Diagrammatic cross-section of the AMRB basin (red background) and adjacent domains in their post-Variscan setting, showing the Cambrian-Ordovician tilted blocks and the erosional unconformities, as well as the role of the major inverted paleofaults as boundaries of the varied domains. See
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Stereonet plot comparing the  P ‐ and  T ‐axes for the three Grand Wash fau...
Published: 24 September 2019
Figure 9. Stereonet plot comparing the P ‐ and T ‐axes for the three Grand Wash fault plane solutions ( M w  3.8, 3.7, and 3.4) triangles, to the P ‐ and T axes for the two paleofault plane solutions from Beard et al. , 2010 ) circles. P axes are filled in triangles and circles
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Sketch map of the Atlas-Meseta Red Beds (AMRB) basin in its post-Variscan c...
Published: 01 May 2016
Fig. 6 Sketch map of the Atlas-Meseta Red Beds (AMRB) basin in its post-Variscan configuration. The Lower Ordovician red beds are bounded by the SMF, the WMSZ and the RTFZ that correspond to inverted paleofaults of the pre-Variscan setting. The AMRB basin is interpreted as a rift domain developed
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An example of Famennian <span class="search-highlight">paleofault</span> in the South Ougnat area: the North-Meci...
Published: 01 September 2007
F ig . 9. – An example of Famennian paleofault in the South Ougnat area: the North-Mecissi fault.– A: stratigraphic columns of the Gherghiz massif (1) and Lalla Mimouna-Oued Smile area (2) a few kilometres further north. At both localities, the Famennian ferruginous conglomerates overlie
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- Field evidence of the fault plane that dissected the Lower Jurassic perit...
Published: 01 February 2020
and in downlap on the sub-horizontal Bositra limestone (Busambra section); (b) sub-vertical paleofault, dislocating the top of the white peritidal limestone of the Inici Fm, covered in buttress unconformity by yellowish crinoidal limestone, reddish nodular Bositra limestone and pillow lavas (Balatelle
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The western side of Corno di Catria hosting the Boccatore Section (circle)....
Published: 01 February 2012
Fig. 6 The western side of Corno di Catria hosting the Boccatore Section (circle). Dashed lines (Jurassic paleofaults) delimit a down-dropped and rotated section of the northern edge of the Corno di Catria structural high (perched basin). Towards the north, a transition to cherty pelagites
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 May 2005
Geology (2005) 33 (5): 353–356.
...Figure 5. A: Typical age relationships along pelagic carbonate platform (PCP) margin in Apennines. Both absolute ages and stages are portrayed. a, b, and c are patchwork deposits. B: Differences between paleofault and paleoescarpment across pelagic carbonate platform and basin system ...
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Journal: Interpretation
Published: 21 April 2023
Interpretation (2023) 11 (2): T379–T392.
... a mound seismic reflection configuration, whereas the salt rocks deposited between the reef-bank complexes were thick, depicting a ball-shaped seismic reflection configuration ( Wang et al., 2010 ; Tian et al., 2016b ; Zhang et al., 2019 ). Finally, combined with paleofaults, basement paleogeomorphology...
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(A) The discontinuity, composed of a NNE-SSW–trending segment and a NW-SE–t...
Published: 01 July 2014
–Cenozoic paleogeography of the Central-Northern Apennines (see Fig. 1 for the location) showing the NNE-SSW–trending Ancona-Anzio paleofault (currently the Olevano-Antrodoco-Sibillini thrust), separating the Umbro-Marchean-Sabina basin (U-M-S) from the Latium-Abruzzi carbonate platform (L-A), and the NW
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2013
AAPG Bulletin (2013) 97 (7): 1051–1070.
... of paleofaults, paleobathymetry, morphology and subsidence of blocks, relative changes in sea level, and sharp transitions from carbonate shelf (sensu Read, 1985 ) to pelagic basin deposition caused by a rapid drowning of the rifted platforms ( Eberli, 1987 ; Bosworth et al., 1999 ). Subsidence, sea level...
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- (a) Graben structures at Pizzo Nicolosi. The Upper Cretaceous pelagic lim...
Published: 01 February 2020
Cretaceous pelagic limestone of the Amerillo Fm (coloured in light green, AMM), Lower Miocene glauconitic grainstone of Corleone Fm (coloured in yellow, CCR) and the faulted lowermost Jurassic platform beds of the Inici Fm (INI). Panoramic picture shows neptunian dykes (in white), E-W and ENE-WSW paleofault
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Published: 01 January 1982
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1982) S7-XXIV (1): 73–85.
... Europe faults folds geophysical surveys Greece Kastaniotikos nappes ophiolite plate tectonics remote sensing Southern Europe strike-slip faults structural analysis structural geology surveys tectonics tectonophysics transform faults transform paleofaults ...
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A : Detachment of the basal Middle Cambrian calcareous sandstones on top of...
Published: 01 September 2007
chevron folds developed during the partial inversion of the South-Ighil n’Ighiz paleofault (see figure 4 for location); wavelength close to 1.50 m. F ig . 6. – A : Décollement des « Grès Terminaux » (base du Cambrien moyen) au dessus du socle néoprotérozoïque terminal (« P III » à la crête
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2017
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2017) 136 (2): 312–316.
... arminati & S antantonio , 2005 ). These tools include: Conceptual and practical (on the map) separation of paleofaults from paleoescarpments; Distinction between condensed PCP-top pelagic successions and thin unconformable veneers of epi-escarpment (or epi-breccia, or epi-olistolith) condensed...
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