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LIAG-Seminar (online only!): Influence of mechanical stratigraphy and structural inheritance on the geometrical evolution of normal faults in the German Molasse Basin

Vortragender: Vladimir Shipilin

Lithospheric flexure is the primary mechanism for the development of normal faults in foreland basins. While the tectonic regime defines the overall fabric of such flexure-induced faults, multi-layered mechanical stratigraphy and pre-existing faults exert a major control on the geometry of the individual faults. In our study, based on the GRAME 3-D seismic data, we demonstrate how a detailed fault kinematic analysis can help to decipher the effect of mechanical stratigraphy and structural inheritance on the spatial evolution of individual flexure-induced faults in the German Molasse Basin.

Teilnahme an diesem Termin nur online unter folgendem Webex-Linkhttps://liag.webex.com/liag/j.php?MTID=m8aaf53d3fbffb526dfddd7d34d17958b

 

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