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Stratigraphic correlations from wells tied to high resolution seismic data offer specific constraints for interpreting tectonic events. Paleogeographic models based on these interpretations can be used to define the paleobathymetry of a basin at specific points in time and space, providing critical constraints on the rifting and subsidence history that are not available from regional structural interpretations.

Based on detailed work undertaken to define the play characteristics of the Campos basin, we propose a new subsidence history for the critical presalt to salt transition time. Mapping of the “synrift” to “sag” transitional stratigraphy indicates a significant erosional unconformity at...

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