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The presence of Paleozoic source rocks and various possible reservoirs indicate the possibility of a deep gas play in the Aquitaine basin, France. Subsidence history provided the key input to a modified form of the crustal-stretching model developed by D. P. McKenzie, from which a record of paleotemperatures was calculated. Paleotemperatures, in turn, were used in a theoretical maturation study to determine areas of effective gas generation.
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