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PostPosted: 13 Aug 2004 13:35    Post subject: Ground-penetrating radar imaging of carbonate mound... Reply with quote

The paper "Ground-penetrating radar imaging of carbonate mound structures and implications for interpretation of marine seismic data" by Lars Nielsen, Lars Ole Boldreel and Finn Surlyk can be found in the AAPG Bulletin, August 2004: http://www.aapg.org/datasystems/authors/aug2004.html


Short summary:
"Carbonate Mounds May Be Smaller

Interpretation of seismic reflection images of carbonate mounds from the sea of Kattegat near the North Sea shows larger mounds because of lack of resolution than do GPR and outcrop observation. These results have significant implications for other carbonate buildups."
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