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Indonesian Petroleum Association


17th Annual Convention Proceedings (Volume 1), 1988
Pages 187-209

Structural Analysis of the North Sumatra Basin - with Emphasis on Synthetic Aperture Radar Data

S. P. C. Sosromihardjo


The new Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data has provided the basis to modify the tectonic model of North Sumatra Basin. Four lineament directions which have been recognized in the SAR project area (N69°E, N30°E, N27°W and N72°W) are related to strain Previous HitellipseTop fold axes, as well as shear, thrust and normal fault directions. Integration of SAR data with other surface and subsurface geological data enabled a reconstruction of the tectonic evolution of North Sumatra throughout the Tertiary.

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