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Plate Tectonics, Seafloor Spreading, and Continental Drift: an Introduction

Peter J. Wyllie

AAPG Special Volumes

...Plate Tectonics, Seafloor Spreading, and Continental Drift: an Introduction Peter J. Wyllie 1974 5 15 M 23: Plate Tectonics--Assessments...

1974

The Opening of the Southern Gulf of California: Chapter 20: Part III. Regional Geophysics and Geology

Mitchell Lyle, Gordon E. Ness

AAPG Special Volumes

.... Larson, G. F. Sharmon III, and S. M. Smith, 1970, History of seafloor spreading west of Baja California: GSA Bulletin, v. 81, p. 491-498. Couch, R. W., G...

1991

Critical Analysis of Stack Seismic Systems

L. E. Nugent, Jr.

AAPG Bulletin

... largely by field techniques that entail multiple shots or drops per spread that are spaced theoretically on the basis of geometric relations...

1967

How One Theory Changed the World

Mary Fritz

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... - found validity in new, technically verifiable concepts such as sea floor spreading. geomagnetic reversal a nd crustal subduction . September 1990...

1990

Pitfalls in Seismic Interpretation

Paul M. Tucker, Howard J. Yorston

Pacific Section of AAPG

... interpretations can be made, along with correction methods where applicable. Preceeding these sections is a table that summarizes this entire presentation...

1972

Extended Abstract: The Brazilian Equatorial Transform Margin: A Snapshot in Time of an Oblique Rifted Margin

Ana Krueger, Mike Murphy, Kevin Burke, Ed Gilbert

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

... from retracked Geosat and ERS-1 altimetry: Ridge segmentation versus spreading rate. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 114. Umhoefer, P.J....

2015

Geologic Concepts of Arctic Ocean Basin: Evolution of Arctic Ocean Basin

Michael Churkin Jr.

AAPG Special Volumes

..., through a process of rifting and/or sea-floor spreading. If the Arctic basin is considered as a whole, the great differences between parts of the basin...

1973

Geological Interpretation Based on Satelite Imagery: Updating Geological Maps of Indonesia to 1:50,000 Map Scale

Jamal, Sidarto, Ipranto, Sonny Mawardi

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... are expected to be processed with the latest technologies in order to achieve a high quality standard of radiometric correction, geometric correction...

2013

Relations of Settling Velocity of and Sized Spheres and Sample Weight

J. D. Hulsey

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... analysis of about one-eighth phi unit due to the increase. Report No. 11 (1957, p. 34) (FOOTNOTE 2) established correction factors for single grain...

1961

A Crystal Growth Rate Equation for Ancient Dolomites: Evidence for Millimeter-scale Flux-limited Growth

Stephan H. Nordeng , Duncan F. Sibley

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...). When the acute angle was greater than 73°15, no correction was required because this orientation involves rotation about the measurement line and does...

1996

Grosmont Prolific Carbonate Reservoir: Unravel Subtle Facies Variability through Integrated Evaluation of High Resolution Seismic and Well Data; #41302 (2014)

Vasilisa Nekhorosheva, Fahad Al Hadhrami, Tulio Colmenares, Maria Balzarini, Jeff Lonnee, Orlando Ortega, Mohamed El-Toukhy, and Nikita Krylov

Search and Discovery.com

... subunits which are less than 10 m thick. Reprocessing was focused on refining seismic velocities using well data, statics correction and testing different...

2014

Seismic Expression of the Boundaries of a Miocene Carbonate Platform, Sarawak, Malaysia

Guido L. Bracco Gartner, Wolfgang Schlager, Erwin W. Adams

AAPG Special Volumes

... al., 1992; Stafleu and Schlager, 1993). These models demonstrated how geometric unconformities could be generated in the process of transforming...

2004

Accuracy of Calculations of the Capacities of Traps and Pools of Gas

Ye. V. Zakharov, I. V. Mashkov

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... is the total volume, m3; Vg is the volume of the trap occupied by gas, m3; f is a temperature correction; and z is the coefficient of compressibility of the gas...

1961

Kinematic Constraints on the Rifting of Baja California: Chapter 12: Part III. Regional Geophysics and Geology

Eugene D. Humphreys, Ray J. Weldon II

AAPG Special Volumes

... is 7 mm/yr greater than implied by the assumed spreading rate. Furthermore, if the geometric relationships of the nearshore faults off southernmost...

1991

Determination of Drag Coefficients in Measuring Particle Diameters

Weinan Chen

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... The measured aerodynamic-equivalent diameters of spherical particles equal their geometric diameters with a shape factor of unity. The aerodynamic-equivalent...

2003

Abstract: Exploitation of the Radar Images Geometric Deformations to the Quantification of Dips and 3D Modeling

Emmanuel Pajot, Jean Paul Rudant, and Damien Dhont

Search and Discovery.com

...Abstract: Exploitation of the Radar Images Geometric Deformations to the Quantification of Dips and 3D Modeling Emmanuel Pajot, Jean Paul Rudant...

2008

An Electronic Seismic Dip Plotter

J. A. Westphal

Oklahoma City Geological Society

...°. Geometric errors in alignment of the geophone spreads along a dip line usually negate any attempt to determine accurate dips much over 20°. The plotter...

1958

The Use of Paleomagnetic Studies in Understanding the Complex Tertiary Tectonic History of East and Southeast Asia

R. McCabe, D. Merrill, J.T. Cole, E. Lumadyo

Circum Pacific Council Publications

... a rapid rate of opening of greater than 60 em/year; a rate much faster than any known spreading rate. This rigid block rotational model assumes...

1996

Chapter 6: Circum-Arctic Models

Thomas X. Homza, Steven C. Bergman

AAPG Special Volumes

... for assessing previous tectonic models. Many are drawn only in cartoon form, which means that geometric difficulties may have been ignored, minimized...

2019

Heat flow and thermal conductivity measurements in the northeastern Pennsylvania Appalachian Basin depocenter

Chelsea Rauch, Kyle Barrie, Steven C. Collins, Matthew J. Hornbach, and Casey Brokaw

AAPG Bulletin

... using a standard geometric mean saturation correction (equations 2, 3) described by Blackwell and Spafford (1987) and Beardsmore and Cull (2001...

2018

Estimation of Arithmetic Permeability from a Semi-Log Porosity/Log10 Permeability Regression; #41583 (2015)

Gregory Benson

Search and Discovery.com

... completely random nor perfectly correlated, with reality being somewhere between these extremes. Theoretically, a geometric permeability average approximates...

2015

The New Global Tectonics--An Assessment

John C. Maxwell

AAPG Special Volumes

... of ocean-floor spreading: Tectonophysics, v. 9, p. 489-511. Birch, F., 1968, On the possibility of large changes in the Earth's volume: Physics Earth...

1974

Phanerozoic Relative Motions of North Atlantic Arctic Lands

W. Brian Harland

CSPG Special Publications

... for Ancient Sea-floor spreading from Alpha Cordillera and Mendeleyev Ridge, in Arctic Geology; Amer. Assoc. Petrol. Geol., Mem. 19, p. 542-561...

1975

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