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New Insights into Structural Interpretation and Modelling

Product Code: SP212
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by D A Nieuwland
Publication Date: 28 July 2003
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Special Publication 142. 

This title has arisen from the Geological Society of London conference of the same name. Since the publication of the predecessor of this book (‘Modern insights into structural interpretation, validation and modelling’, SP99, 1996, edited by Buchanan & Nieuwland) much progress has been made. This has been primarily thanks to the continuously increasing computing speed and computer memory capacity, which has positively affected all fields in structural interpretation, seismics and modelling, directly or indirectly.

‘New insights in structural interpretation and modelling’, presents a balanced overview of what the title promises. It is intended as a book that will serve the experienced professional as well as more advanced students in earth sciences, with a broad selection of topics ranging from classical field based studies to state of the art analogue and numerical modelling. The leaders of their fields have written some of the chapters, whereas younger authors with a fresh outlook and new ideas have written other chapters.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 1-86239-133-5
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-1-86239-133-8
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 320
Weight: 1.10 kg

Contents

Geometry, Kinematics and scaling properties of faults and fractures as tools for modelling geofluid reservoirs: examples from the Apennines, Italy, G Cello, E Tondi, J P Van Dijk, L Mattioni, L Micarelli and S Pinti • An improved regional structural model of the Upper Carboniferous of the Cleaver Bank High based on 3D seismic interpretation, M Barthold, M Schroot and H B De Haan • building and unfaulting fault-horizon networks, K W Rutten and M A J Verschuren • Finite strain variations along strike of mountain belts, D Hindle • Tectonic stress in the Earth's crust: Advances in the World Stress Map Project, B Sperner, B Muller, K Heidbach, D Delvaux and K Fuchs • A four-year study of shear-wave splitting in Iceland: 2 - temporal changes before earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, T Volti and S Crampin • 3D analogue models of variable displacement extensional faults: applications t the Revfallet fault system, offshore mid-Norway, T Dooley, K R McClay and R Pascoe • 3D evolution of an analogue strike-slip experiment with a double basement fault, recorded in an X-ray tomograph, W P Schellart and D A Nieuwland • Segment linkage during evolution of intracontinental rift systems: insights from analogue modelling, T Tentler and S Temperley • Hangingwall accommodation styles in ramp flat thrust models, G Mulugeta and D Sokoutis • Erosional forcing of basin dynamics: new aspects of syn- and post-rift evolution, A Poliakov • Vertical movements of the Paris Basin (Triassic-Pleistocene): from 3D stratigraphic database to numerical models, C Robin, P Allemand, E Burov, M P Doin, F Guillocheau, G Dromart and J P Garcia • Modelling and processing of 3-D seismic data collected over the overlapping spreading centre on the East Pacific Rise at 90C 03'N, R Hobbs, C Hang Tong and J Pye • Answers to the reviewers comments on the paper from 3-D Finite Element modellingof major tectonic processes in the eastern Mediterranean, O Heidbach and D Nieuwland • 3D discrete kinematic modelling of sedimentary basin deformation, F Schneider J P Gratier • Modelling the influence of Tectonic Compression on the In Situ Stress Field with implications for seal integrity: The Haltenbanken Area, offshore mid-Norway, T Skar • Integrated 3D geomechanical modelling for deep subsurface damage: A case study of tectonic and man induced damages in the eastern Netherlands, J D Van Wees, B Orlic, R Van, Eijss, W Zijl, P Jongerius, G J Schreppers, M Hendriks and T Cornu •

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