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|Posted: 04 Dec 2006 08:54 Post subject: Three-dimensional seismic geomorphology
|The PhD-thesis "Three-dimensional seismic geomorphology: new methods providing new geological models" contain a suite of papers (paper V focus on the carbonate succession of Late Palaeozoic age on the Finnmark Platform, Barents Sea):
Paper I: Rafaelsen, B., Andreassen, K., Kuilman, L. W., Lebesbye, E., Hogstad, K. and Midtbø, M., 2002. Geomorphology of buried glacigenic horizons in the Barents Sea from 3Dimensional seismic data, in Dowdeswell, J.A. and O'Cofaigh, C., eds., Glacier-Influenced Sedimentation on High-Latitude Continental Margins. Geological Society of London, Special Publication 203, p. 259-276.
Paper II: Rafaelsen, B., Andreassen, K., Hogstad, K. and Kuilman, L.W. submitted. Imbricated glacigenic thrust sheets imaged with 3D seismic data; facts or artefacts? Submitted to Basin Research.
Paper III: Rafaelsen, B., Elvebakk, G., Andreassen, K., Samuelsberg, T. J. and Colpaert, A., in prep. Upper Palaeozoic carbonate build-ups, Finnmark Platform, Barents Sea. To be submitted to Marine Geology.
Paper IV: Rafaelsen, B., Elvebakk, G., Hunt, D., Andreassen, K. and Randen, T., in prep, Automated 3D seismic texture recognition of Upper Palaeozoic karst, south-western Barents Sea: workflow and results. To be submitted to Marine and Petroleum Geology.
Paper V: Andreassen, K., Nilssen, L.C., Rafaelsen, B. and Kuilman, L.W. 2004: Three-dimensional seismic data from the Barents Sea margin reveal evidence of past ice streams and their dynamics. Geology, v. 38, 729-732.
Paper VI: Andreassen, K., Ødegaard, C. and Rafaelsen, B. accepted. Imprints of former ice streams, imaged and interpreted using industry 3D seismic data from the south-western Barents Sea. In R. Davies, Ed., Seismic Geomorphology. Geological Society of London Special Publication.
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