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Deep-Water Sedimentation in the Alpine Basin of SE France

Product Code: SP221
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by P. Joseph and S. Lomas
Publication Date: 24 March 2004
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The Grès d’Annot Formation of SE France constitutes a classic and outstanding example of a sand-rich turbidite system controlled by synsedimentary tectonics, and has often been used as an outcrop analogue for deep-water hydrocarbon reservoirs. Over the last 10 years, research efforts by different academic and industrial teams have led to important reappraisals of prevailing ideas on the Grès d’Annot, particularly on the nature and controlling factors of the depositional processes, the small-scale architecture and sequence organization of the deposits, the tectonic regime of the basin and its impact on palaeogeography, and the interaction between sediment gravity flows and basin-floor topography.



This volume offers a multidisciplinary overview and draws up the ‘state-of-the-art’ of scientific knowledge on this influential turbidite system. Complementary aspects are covered, from structural geology, sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy, to modelling of sedimentary processes and architectures, geochemistry, reservoir characterization, seismic modelling and uses as analogues for deep-marine hydrocarbon fields.



This book will be of use to both academic researchers (geologists and geophysicists) and industry professionals dealing with the characterization and modelling of deepwater sediments.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 1-86239-148-3
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-1-86239-148-2
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 336
Weight: 1.30 kg

Contents

Deep-water sedimentation in the Alpine Foreland Basin of SE France: new perspectives on the Grès d'Annot and related systems: an introduction, P Joseph and S A Lomas • Remembrance of things past: a hike along the Gres d'Annot research trail, J D Stanley • The Bouma Sequence (1962) and the geological resurgence of interest in the French Maritime Alps (1980s): the influence of the Gres D'Annot in developing ideas of turbidite systems, A H Bouma and C Ravenne • Foreland basin evolution around the western Alpine Arc, M Ford and H Lickorish • The structural setting and palaeogeographic evolution of the Gres d'Annot Basin, G Apps, F Peel and T Elliott • The Tertiary Gres de Ville of the Barreme Basin: feather edge equivalent to the Gres d'Annot? M J Evans, T Elliott, G Apps and M A Mange-Rajetzky • The turbidite fill of the Annot sub-basin (SE France): a sequence-stratigraphic approach, Y Callec • The southern Gres d'Annot outcrops (French Alps): an attempt at regional correlation, E Du Fornel, P Joseph, G Desaubliaux, R Eschard, F Guillocheau, O Lerat, C Muller, C Ravenne and K Sztrakos • 3D stratigraphic modelling of the Gres d'Annot System, Eocene-Oligocene, SE France, T Euzen, P Joseph, E Du Fornel, S Lesur, D Granjeon and F Guillocheau • Genetic units / parasequences of the Annot turbidite system, SE France, F Guillocheau, J M Quemener, C Robin, P Joseph and O Broucke • The influence of syn-depositional basin floor deformation on the geometry of turbiditic sandstones: a reinterpretation of the Cote de l'Ane area (Sanguiniere-Restefonds sub-basin, Gres d'Annot, Late Eocene, France) O Broucke, F Guillocheau, C Robin, P Joseph and S Calassou • Staircase normal fault geometry in the Gres d'Annot (SE France) C Lansigu and R Bouroullec • Syndepositional faulting in the Gres d'Annot Formation, SE France: high-resolution kinematic analysis and stratigraphic response to growth faulting, R Bouroullec, J A Cartwright, H D Johnson, C Lansigu, J M Quemener and D Savanier • Deep-water sedimentation on an evolving fault-block: the Braux and St Benoit outcrops of the Gres d'Annot, M Tomasso and H D Sinclair • The Marnes Brunes Inferieures in the Grand Coyer remnant: characteristics, structure and relationship to the Gres d'Annot, D A Stanbrook and J D Clark • Scale effects of non-uniformity on deposition from turbidity currents with reference to the Gres d'Annot of SE France, W D McCaffrey and B C Kneller • The influence of a lateral basin slope on the depositional patterns of natural and experimental turbidity currents, L A Amy, W D McCaffrey and B C Kneller • The character and origin of thick base-of-slope sandstone units of the Peira Cava outlier, SE France, S E Lee, L A Amy and P J Talling • Patterns of geochemical variability in relation to turbidite facies in the Gres d'Annot Formation, D Garcia, P Joseph, B Marechal and J Moutte • The Gres d'Annot in the Annot syncline: outer basin-margin onlap and associated soft-sediment deformation, C Puigdefabregas, J Gjelberg and M Vaksdal • Onlap stratal architectures in the Gres d'Annot: geometrical models and controlling factors, R Smith and P Joseph • 3D full wave seismic modelling versus 1D convolution: the seismic appearance of the Gres d'Annot turbidite system, A Bourgeois, P Joseph and J C Lecomte • The Gres d'Annot as an analogue for Brazilian Cretaceous sandstone reservoirs: comparing convergent to passive-margin confined turbidites, M A S Moraes, P R Blaskovski and P Joseph •

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