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A two-step process for the reflooding of the Mediterranean after the Messinian Salinity Crisis ArchiMer
Bache, Francois; Popescu, Speranta-maria; Rabineau, Marina; Gorini, Christian; Suc, Jean-pierre; Clauzon, Georges; Olivet, Jean-louis; Rubino, Jean-loup; Melinte-dobrinescu, Mihaela Carmen; Estrada, Ferran; Londeix, Laurent; Armijo, Rolando; Meyer, Bertrand; Jolivet, Laurent; Jouannic, Gwenael; Leroux, Estelle; Aslanian, Daniel; Dos Reis, Antonio Tadeu; Mocochain, Ludovic; Dumurdzanov, Nikola; Zagorchev, Ivan; Lesic, Vesna; Tomic, Dragana; Cagatay, M. Namik; Brun, Jean_pierre; Sokoutis, Dimitrios; Csato, Istvan; Ucarkus, Gulsen; Cakir, Ziyadin.
The Messinian Salinity Crisis is well known to have resulted from a significant drop of the Mediterranean sea level. Considering both onshore and offshore observations, the subsequent reflooding is generally thought to have been very sudden. We present here offshore seismic evidence from the Gulf of Lions and re-visited onshore data from Italy and Turkey that lead to a new concept of a two-step reflooding of the Mediterranean Basin after the Messinian Salinity Crisis. The refilling was first moderate and relatively slow accompanied by transgressive ravinement, and later on very rapid, preserving the subaerial Messinian Erosional Surface. The amplitude of these two successive rises of sea level has been estimated at =500 similar to m for the first rise and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Paleo environmental changes; Miocene pliocene boundary; Section marche province; Earliest zanclean age; Desiccated deep basin; Di tetto formations; Northern apennines; Southern France; Decic basin; Depositional environments.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00076/18774/16490.pdf
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Acid digestion on river influenced shelf sediment organic matter: Carbon and Nitrogen contents and isotopic ratios ArchiMer
Pasquier, Virgil; Sansjofre, Pierre; Lebeau, Oanez; Liorzou, Celine; Rabineau, Marina.
Rationale Natural stable isotopes ratios (d13Corg and 15N vales) and associated elemental concentrations (i.e. total organic carbon and total nitrogen contents) preserved in marine sediments are frequently used for the determination of paleoenvironmental processes such as the origin of organic matter. Previous studies highlighted biases in the determination of such geochemical proxies due to pre-analysis acid treatment methods. This study is the first systematic comparison of the effect of acid treatment methods on bulk organic matter using a unique sedimentary system, under two contrasting climatic contexts (i.e. glacial vs interglacial). Methods We used the most common method for pre-treatment analysis, which consists of the acidification of bulk...
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Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00407/51830/52429.pdf
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Axial incision: The key to understand submarine canyon evolution (in the western Gulf of Lion) ArchiMer
Baztan, Juan; Berne, Serge; Olivet, Jean-louis; Rabineau, Marina; Aslanian, Daniel; Gaudin, Mathieu; Rehault, Jean Pierre; Canals, M.
A detailed morphological analysis of the outer shelf and continental slope of the Western Gulf of Lion is presented, based on swath bathymetry data together with sub-bottom profiles and high resolution seismic reflection profiles. These data reveal two main erosive features, of very different dimensions: the axial incision and the canyon's major valley. The height of axial incisions' flanks with respect to the canyon deepest point (the thalweg) ranges from 40 to 150 m. It creates a small axial erosive path within the canyon's major valley, which is typically bounded by flanks of more than 700 m in height. We interpret the axial incision observed in the sea floor as the imprint of turbidity currents that eroded the floor of canyons during phases of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Submarine canyon; Axial incision; Gulf of Lion.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2005/publication-353.pdf
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Climatic and environmental variations during 130 ka : investigations from sedimentary record on the Rhône deltaic margin (Gulf of Lions, NW Mediterranean) ArchiMer
Jouet, Gwenael; Gaudin, Mathieu; Bassetti, Maria-angela; Berne, Serge; Rabineau, Marina; Dennielou, Bernard; Sierro, F; Flores, J; Taviani, M.
The Rhône deltaic margin (NW Mediterranean) was under the influence of a very high sedimentation flux during the last climatic cycle, because of the vicinity of major fluvial systems that fed the outer shelf during the glacial period and the inner shelf during the deglacial period. The two areas provide a complete sedimentary record of depositional events from 130 cal. kyr BP to present. This sequence represents the sedimentary expression of the glacial/interglacial cycle (100 kyr cyclicity) within the Late Quaternary succession [1]. [Extract]
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Ano: 2006 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2006/acte-6152.pdf
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Controls on Holocene denudation rates in mountainous environments under Mediterranean climate ArchiMer
Molliex, S.; Jouet, Gwenael; Freslon, Nicolas; Bourles, D. L.; Authemayou, C.; Moreau, Julien; Rabineau, Marina.
The Mediterranean domain is characterized by a specific climate resulting from the close interplay between atmospheric and marine processes and strongly differentiated regional topographies. Corsica Island, a mountainous area located in the western part of the Mediterranean Sea is particularly suitable to quantify regional denudation rates in the framework of a source-to-sink approach. Indeed, fluvial sedimentation in East-Corsica margin is almost exclusively limited to its alluvial plain and offshore domain and its basement is mainly constituted of quartz-rich crystalline rocks allowing cosmogenic nuclide Be-10 measurements. In this paper, Holocene denudation rates of catchments from the eastern part of the island of Corsica are quantified relying on in...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Be-10-derived denudation rates; Schmidt Hammer; Quaternary; Quantitative geomorphology; Weathering.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00380/49082/49655.pdf
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Deep crustal structure across a young passive margin from wide-angle and reflection seismic data (The SARDINIA Experiment) - I. Gulf of Lion's margin ArchiMer
Moulin, Maryline; Klingelhoefer, Frauke; Afilhado, Alexandra; Aslanian, Daniel; Schnurle, Philippe; Nouze, Herve; Rabineau, Marina; Beslier, Marie-odile; Feld, Aurelie.
The conjugate margins system of the Gulf of Lion and West Sardinia (GLWS) represents a unique natural laboratory for addressing fundamental questions about rifting due to its landlocked situation, its youth, its thick sedimentary layers, including prominent palaeo-marker such as the MSC event, and the amount of available data and multidisciplinary studies. The main goals of the SARDINIA experiment, were to (i) investigate the deep structure of the entire system within the two conjugate margins: the Gulf of Lion and West Sardinia, (ii) characterize the nature of the crust, and (iii) define the geometry of the basin and provide important constrains on its genesis. This paper presents the results of P-wave velocity modelling on three coincident near-vertical...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Marge continentale passive; Structure crustale; Réfraction; Golfe du Lion; Croûte océanique; Domaine transitionnel; Continental passive margin; Crustal structure; Wide-angle seismic; Gulf of Lion; Oceanic crust; Transitional domain.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00283/39422/38269.pdf
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Deep structure of the Santos Basin-São Paulo Plateau System, SE Brazil ArchiMer
Evain, Mikael; Afilhado, A.; Rigoti, C.; Loureiro, Afonso; Alves, D.; Klingelhoefer, Frauke; Schnurle, Philippe; Feld, Aurelie; Fuck, R.; Soares, J.; De Lima, M. Vinicius; Corela, C.; Matias, L.; Benabdellouahed, Massinissa; Baltzer, Agnes; Rabineau, Marina; Viana, A.; Moulin, Maryline; Aslanian, Daniel.
The structure and nature of the crust underlying the Santos Basin-São Paulo Plateau System (SSPS), in the SE Brazilian margin, are discussed based on five wide-angle seismic profiles acquired during the Santos Basin (SanBa) experiment in 2011. Velocity models allow us to precisely divide the SSPS in six domains from unthinned continental crust (Domain CC) to normal oceanic crust (Domain OC). A seventh domain (Domain D), a triangular shape region in the SE of the SSPS, is discussed by Klingelhoefer et al. (2014). Beneath the continental shelf, a ~100 km wide necking zone (Domain N) is imaged where the continental crust thins abruptly from ~40 km to less than 15 km. Toward the ocean, most of the SSPS (Domains A and C) shows velocity ranges, velocity...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Santos Basin; SAo Paulo Plateau; Crustal structure; Wide-angle seismic.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00276/38715/37232.pdf
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Evolution of rifted continental margins: The case of the Gulf of Lions (Western Mediterranean Basin) ArchiMer
Bache, Francois; Olivet, Jean-louis; Gorini, Christian; Aslanian, Daniel; Labails, Cinthia; Rabineau, Marina.
The formation of rifted continental margins has long been explained by numerous physical models. However, field observations are still lacking to validate or constrain these models. This study presents major new observations on the broad continental margin of the Gulf of Lions, based on a large amount of varied data. Two contrasting regions characterize the thinned continental crust of this margin. One of these regions corresponds to a narrow rift zone (40–50 km wide) that was highly thinned and stretched during rifting. In contrast with this domain, a large part of the margin subsided slowly during rifting and then rapidly after rifting. The thinning of this domain cannot be explained by stretching of the upper crust. We can thus recognize a zonation of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Subsidence; Passive margins; Back-arc; Rifting; Erosion; Stretching; Thinning; Western Mediterranean; Gulf of Lions.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00001/11230/7736.pdf
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High resolution evolution of terrigenous sediment yields in the Provence Basin during the last 6 Ma: relation with climate and tectonics ArchiMer
Leroux, Estelle; Rabineau, Marina; Aslanian, Daniel; Gorini, Christian; Molliex, Stephane; Bache, Francois; Robin, Cecile; Droz, Laurence; Moulin, Maryline; Poort, Jeffrey; Rubino, Jean-loup; Suc, Jean-pierre.
Basin-wide correlation of Messinian units and Plio-Quaternary chronostratigraphic markers (5.3 Ma, 2.6 Ma, 0.9 Ma and 0.45 Ma), the mapping of total sediment thickness and the determination of overall sedimentary volumes enabled us to provide a high-resolution quantitative history of sediment volumes for the last 6 Ma along the Gulf of Lions margin. The results point to (i) a dramatic increase in terrigenous sediment input during the Messinian Salinity Crisis. This increased sedimentation reflects enhanced regional fluvial erosion related to the dramatic fall of Mediterranean base-level. Stronger weathering due to a regional wetter climate probably also increased erosional fluxes. (ii) A sediment input three times higher during the Plio-Quaternary compared...
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Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00310/42087/41520.pdf
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Imaging exhumed lower continental crust in the distal Jequitinhonha basin, Brazil ArchiMer
Loureiro, Afonso; Schnurle, Philippe; Klingelhofer, F.; Afilhado, A.; Pinheiro, Joao Marcelo; Evain, Mikael; Gallais, Flora; Dias, N. A.; Rabineau, Marina; Baltzer, Agnes; Benabdellouahed, Massinissa; Soares, J.; Fuck, R.; Cupertino, J. A.; Viana, A.; Matias, L.; Moulin, Maryline; Aslanian, Daniel; Vinicius Aparecido Gomes De Lima, M..
Twelve combined wide-angle refraction and coincident multi-channel seismic profiles were acquired in the Jequitinhonha-Camamu-Almada, Jacuípe, and Sergipe-Alagoas basins, NE Brazil, during the SALSA experiment in 2014. Profiles SL11 and SL12 image the Jequitinhonha basin, perpendicularly to the coast, with 15 and 11 four-channel ocean-bottom seismometers, respectively. Profile SL10 runs parallel to the coast, crossing profiles SL11 and SL12, imaging the proximal Jequitinhonha and Almada basins with 17 ocean-bottom seismometers. Forward modelling, combined with pre-stack depth migration to increase the horizontal resolution of the velocity models, indicates that sediment thickness varies between 3.3 km and 6.2 km in the distal basin. Crustal thickness at...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: NE Brazil; South Atlantic Ocean; Passive margins; Wide-angle refraction seismic; PSDM; Crustal structure; Cretaceous breakup; Lower continental crust.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00428/53928/55054.pdf
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Imaging proto-oceanic crust off the Brazilian Continental Margin ArchiMer
Klingelhoefer, Frauke; Evain, Mikael; Afilhado, A.; Rigoti, Caesar; Loureiro, Afonso; Alves, D.; Lepretre, Angelique; Moulin, Maryline; Schnurle, Philippe; Benabdellouahed, Massinissa; Baltzer, Agnes; Rabineau, Marina; Feld, Aurelie; Viana, A.; Aslanian, Daniel.
During the Sanba (Santos basin seismic transect) experiment in 2010–2011, a 380-km-long combined wide-angle and reflection seismic profile has been acquired using 30 ocean-bottom seismometers, a 4.5 km seismic streamer and a 8900 in.3 airgun array. The Sanba 3 profile crosses the southern flank of the Sao Paulo Plateau, the Sao Paulo Ridge and the easternmost Santos Basin in an east–west direction. Its eastern end is located on undisturbed oceanic crust. Tomographic and forward modelling of the wide-angle seismic data reveals that the sedimentary thickness is variable with only 1–2 km on top of the ridge and thickening to 4–5 km in the basin. Crustal thickness at the ridge is about 18 km and the relative layer thickness and velocity gradients indicate a...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Controlled source seismology; Seismic tomography; Mid-ocean ridge processes; Continental margins: divergent; Continental tectonics: extensional; Crustal structure; South America.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00242/35296/33826.pdf
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La crise de la salinité messinienne dans le Golfe du Lion : de la marge érodée au bassin évaporitique ArchiMer
Bache, Francois; Gorini, C; Olivet, Jean-louis; Rabineau, Marina; Aslanian, Daniel; Baztan, Juan; Moulin, Maryline.
The Messinian erosional surface that can be observed on the Mediterranean margins is a good marker of the relative lowering of the sea level which happened during the Messinian salinity crisis. The estimate of the volume of Miocene sediments on the Gulf of Lion platform gives a minimum eroded volume of 5 300 Km . The eroded layer reaches one kilometre in numerous places (Figures 2 and 3). This volume demonstrates the erosion of the continental shelf in the Gulf of Lion and does not include the eroded volumes in the Rhone valley, the surroundings of the Gulf of Lion and on the slope. Thus, this minimum eroded volume is logically transferred towards the basin.
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Ano: 2006 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2006/acte-4680.pdf
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Late Pleistocene-Holocene history of a tectonically active segment of the continental margin (Nekor basin, Western Mediterranean, Morocco) ArchiMer
Lafosse, M.; Gorini, C.; Le Roy, P.; Alonso, B.; D'Acremont, E.; Ercilla, G.; Rabineau, Marina; Vazquez, J. T.; Rabaute, A.; Ammar, A..
In active basins, tectonics can segment the continental shelf and control its stratigraphic architecture and physiography. Segmentation can explain the local evolution and morphology of the continental shelf because of sea-level variations, local tectonic segmentation and hydrodynamic processes. Here we investigate the tectonically active Morocco continental margin (southern Alboran Sea) using high-resolution seismic profiles and multibeam bathymetric data. The active faults bounding the transtensive Nekor basin triggered the segmentation of the shelf into three sectors showing different subsidence rates: a western sector corresponding to an extensive fault relay, a central sector corresponding to the subsiding Al-Hoceima Bay and an eastern sector...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Seismic stratigraphy; Active tectonic; Pleistocene; Continental shelf; Swath bathymetry; Geomorphology; Western Mediterranean.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00451/56232/57812.pdf
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Lithospheric structuration onshore-offshore of the Sergipe-Alagoas passive margin, NE Brazil, based on wide-angle seismic data ArchiMer
Pinheiro, Joao Marcelo; Schnurle, Philippe; Evain, Mikael; Afilhado, A.; Gallais, Flora; Klingelhoefer, Frauke; Loureiro, Afonso; Fuck, R.; Soares, J.; Cupertino, J. A.; Viana, A.; Rabineau, Marina; Baltzer, Agnes; Benabdellouahed, Massinissa; Dias, N.; Moulin, Maryline; Aslanian, Daniel; Morvan, Laetitia; Maze, Jean-pierre; Pierre, Delphine; Pitel-roudaut, Mathilde; Rio, I; Alves, D.; Barros Junior, P.; Biari, Youssef; Corela, C.; Crozon, Jacques; Duarte, J. L.; Ducatel, Cecile; Falcao, C.; Fernagu, Philippe; Le Piver, David; Mokeddem, Zohra; Pelleau, Pascal; Rigoti, C.; Roest, Walter; Roudaut, Mickael.
The structure and nature of the crust underlying the Camamu-Almada-Jequitinhonha-Sergipe-Alagoas basins System, in the NE Brazilian margin, were investigated based on the interpretation of 12 wide-angle seismic profiles acquired during the SALSA (Sergipe ALagoas Seismic Acquisition) experiment in 2014. In this work, we present two 220-km-long NW-SE combined wide-angle and reflection seismic profiles, SL 01 and SL 02, that have been acquired using 15 ocean-bottom-seismometers along each profile, offshore the southern part of the Sergipe Alagoas Basin (SAB), north of the Vaza-Barris Transfer zone. The SL 02 has a 150-km long inland continuation with 20 land-seismic-stations until the Sergipano Fold Belt (SFB). Wide-angle seismic forward modeling allows us to...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: South Atlantic ocean; NE Brazil; Sergipe-Alagoas basin; Passive margins; Wide-angle refraction seismics; Crustal structure; Tectonic inheritance.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00461/57263/59315.pdf
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Major modification of sediment routing by a large Mass Transport Deposit in the Gulf of Lions (Western Mediterranean) ArchiMer
Dennielou, Bernard; Jegou, I.; Droz, Laurence; Jouet, Gwenael; Cattaneo, Antonio; Berné, Serge; Aslanian, Daniel; Loubrieu, Benoit; Rabineau, Marina; Bermell, Sylvain.
In the Gulf of Lions (Western Mediterranean), the emplacement of a large (160 km3) Mass Transport Deposit, the Rhone Western Mass Transport Deposit (RWMTD), at the base of slope, aside the Rhone deep-sea fan between 1800 and 2700 m water depth, resulted in a major modification of the sediment routing by clogging a drainage network and blocking at the base of slope sediments that were previously routed into the Valencia channel and the Balearic abyssal plain. The RWMTD was sourced from sediments of the western flank of the Rhone upper fan and the adjacent base of slope. The mass transport deposit is characterized by a transparent seismic facies and sediment cores show that it is composed of a stiff laminated muddy lithofacies characteristic of the Rhone fan...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Gulf of Lions; Ebro margin; Sediment routing; Rhone deep-sea fan; Canyon; Mass transport deposit; Turbidite.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00480/59175/61813.pdf
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Massive sand beds attributed to deposition by dense water cascades in the Bourcart canyon head, Gulf of Lions (northwestern Mediterranean Sea) ArchiMer
Gaudin, Mathieu; Berne, Serge; Jouanneau, J.-m.; Palanques, A; Puig, P; Mulder, T; Cirac, P; Rabineau, Marina; Imbert, P.
Nowadays, the Gulf of Lions continental shelf and slope are under the influence of dense water cascading, wind-induced bottom currents and the geostrophic Northern Current. In order to characterize sedimentary activity at the shelf break, several interface and piston cores were taken in the Bourcart canyon head and a current meter equipped with temperature, conductivity, pressure and turbidity sensors was moored during the 2003-2004 winter season. Even if the canyon is not connected directly to continental sources since Last Glacial Maximum, detailed grain size, X-ray and sediment facies analysis of interface cores show that down to 350 m water depth, the canyon head is blanketed by up to 1.5 m of structureless muddy medium-grained sand. 210 Pb-exc...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Pb 210exc activity; Sand deposits; Cascading; Submarine canyon.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2006/publication-2324.pdf
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Messinian erosional and salinity crises: View from the Provence Basin (Gulf of Lions, Western Mediterranean) ArchiMer
Bache, Francois; Olivet, Jean-louis; Gorini, Christian; Rabineau, Marina; Baztan, Juan; Aslanian, Daniel; Suc, Jean-pierre.
Though the late Miocene "Messinian Salinity Crisis" has been intensely researched along the circum-Mediterranean basins, few studies have focused on the central part of the Mediterranean Basin and, especially, the pre-salt deposits. To improve our knowledge of the Messinian events, it is imperative to better understand this domain. In this study, we provide a more complete understanding of this central domain in the Provence Basin. We were able to recognize: a) thick marine detrital series (up to 1000 m) derived from the Messinian subaerial erosion which is partly prolongated in the distal part by b) a thick unit of deep marine deposits (up to 800 m) prior to the evaporites; c) a thick presumed alternation of detritals and evaporites (1500 m) below the...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Erosion; Detrital deposits; Miocene; Provence Basin; Mediterranean; Gulf of Lions; Salinity Crisis; Messinian.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2009/publication-6870.pdf
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Messinian evaporite deposition during sea level rise in the Gulf of Lions (Western Mediterranean) ArchiMer
Bache, Francois; Gargani, Julien; Suc, Jean-pierre; Gorini, Christian; Rabineau, Marina; Popescu, Speranta-maria; Leroux, Estelle; Do Couto, Damien; Jouannic, Gwenael; Rubino, Jean-loup; Olivet, Jean-louis; Clauzon, Georges; Dos Reis, Antonio Tadeu; Aslanian, Daniel.
The Messinian Salinity Crisis resulted from desiccation of the Mediterranean Sea after its isolation from the Atlantic Ocean at the end of the Miocene. Stratal geometry tied to borehole data in the Gulf of Lions show that the pre-crisis continental shelf has been eroded during a major sea-level fall and that sediments from this erosion have been deposited in the basin. This detrital package is onlapped by high amplitude seismic reflectors overlain by the “Messinian Salt” and the “Upper Evaporites”. Towards the shelf, the transition between regressive deposits and overlying onlapping sediments is characterised by a wave-ravinement surface, suggesting that a significant part of the onlapping reflectors and overlying Messinian Evaporites were deposited during...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Messinian; Mediterranean; Gulf of Lions; Seismic stratigraphy; Evaporites.
Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00248/35887/34408.pdf
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Messinian Events: View from the Provence Basin (Gulf of Lion,Western Mediterranean) ArchiMer
Bache, François; Gorini, C; Olivet, Jean-louis; Rabineau, Marina; Aslanian, Daniel; Suc, J.p..
Though the late Miocene "Messinian Salinity Crisis" has been intensely researched along the circum- Mediterranean basins, few studies have focused on the central part of the Mediterranean Basin and, especially, the pre-salt deposits. Within the Western Mediterranean, the Gulf of Lion is exceptional in that its sedimentary strata have not been significantly deformed. In addition, the Gulf of Lion is characterized by a relatively constant subsidence with continuous accommodation space for sediment accumulation. This configuration, together with the availability of a wealth of offshore information (seismic profiles, boreholes), enables us to precisely describe the sedimentary geometries on the margin and in the central basin. This study gives new elements for...
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Ano: 2009 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2009/acte-6942.pdf
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Miocene of the gulf of Lions (France) : a passive margin ? ArchiMer
Bache, François; Gorini, C; Olivet, Jean-louis; Rabineau, Marina; Rubino, J.l.; Mauffret, A; Lofi, J.
The continental shelf of the "Golfe du Lion" (Gulf of Lions) has been considered for a long time as a privileged place for the study of passive margins. However, the model usually adopted to explain the formation of this type of margin does not apparently fit the subsidence history of the Gulf of Lions. Indeed, the evolution of this basin is characterized by a high subsidence rate, comparable to those of Atlantic margins, although it is only 30 MY old. Previous studies show anomalies in subsidence rate in the Gulf of Lions (Bessis and Burrus, 1986; Bessis, 1984). Seismic data from a dense grid of seismic reflection profiles acquired by the petroleum industry (RM96, LIGO and HR Total profiles) and by IFREMER (Marion and Calmar campaigns) provided by the...
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Ano: 2004 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2004/acte-4683.pdf
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