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Crustal structure variations along the NW-African continental margin: a comparison of new and existing models from wide-angle and reflection seismic data ArchiMer
Klingelhoefer, Frauke; Biari, Youssef; Sahabi, Mohamed; Aslanian, Daniel; Schnabel, Michael; Matias, Luis; Benabdellouahed, Massinissa; Funck, Thomas; Gutscher, Marc-andre; Reichert, Christian; Austin, James A..
Deep seismic data represent a key to understand the geometry and mechanism of continental rifting. The passive continental margin of NW-Africa is one of the oldest on earth, formed during the Upper Triassic–Lower Liassic rifting of the central Atlantic Ocean over 200 Ma. We present new and existing wide-angle and reflection seismic data from four study regions along the margin located in the south offshore DAKHLA, on the central continental margin offshore Safi, in the northern Moroccan salt basin, and in the Gulf of Cadiz. The thickness of unthinned continental crust decreases from 36 km in the North to about 27 km in the South. Crustal thinning takes place over a region of 150 km in the north and only 70 km in the south. The North Moroccan Basin is...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Moroccan continental margin; Wide-angle seismic; Passive margins; Deep structure; Plate reconstruction.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00316/42685/42058.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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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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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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Opening of the central Atlantic Ocean: Implications for geometric rifting and asymmetric initial seafloor spreading after continental breakup ArchiMer
Biari, Youssef; Klingelhoefer, Frauke; Sahabi, Mohamed; Funck, T.; Benabdellouahed, Massinissa; Schnabel, M.; Reichert, C.; Gutscher, M-a; Bronner, Adrien; Austin, J. A..
Study of the deep structure of conjugate passive continental margins combined with detailed plate kinematic reconstructions can provide constraints on the mechanisms of rifting and formation of initial oceanic crust. In this study the central Atlantic conjugate margins are compared based on compilation of wide-angle seismic profiles from NW Africa Nova Scotian and U.S. passive margins. The patterns of volcanism, crustal thickness, geometry, and seismic velocities in the transition zone suggest symmetric rifting followed by asymmetric oceanic crustal accretion. Conjugate profiles in the southern central Atlantic image differences in the continental crustal thickness. While profiles on the eastern U.S. margin are characterized by thick layers of magmatic...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Deep structure; Plate reconstruction; Wide-angle seismic; Passive margins.
Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00389/50072/50666.pdf
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Probing connections between deep earth and surface processes in a land-locked ocean basin transformed into a giant saline basin: the Mediterranean GOLD project ArchiMer
Rabineau, Marina; Cloetingh, S.; Kuroda, J.; Aslanian, Daniel; Droxler, A.; Gorini, C.; Garcia-castellanos, D.; Moscariello, A.; Burov, E.; Sierro, F.; Lirer, F.; Roure, F.; Pezard, P. A.; Matenco, L.; Hello, Y.; Mart, Y.; Camerlenghi, A.; Tripati, A..
During the last decade, the interaction of deep processes in the lithosphere and mantle with surface processes (erosion, climate, sea-level, subsidence, glacio-isostatic readjustment) has been the subject of heated discussion. The use of a multidisciplinary approach linking geology, geophysics, geodesy, modelling, and geotechnology has led to the awareness of coupled deep and surface processes. Deep earth dynamics (topography, erosion, tectonics) are strongly connected to natural hazards such as earthquakes, landslides, and tsunamis; sedimentary mass transfers have important consequences on isostatic movements and on georesources, geothermal energy repartitions. The ability to read and understand the link between deep Earth dynamics and surface processes...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Deep drilling; Geodynamics; Passive margins; Paleoclimate; Messinian erosional and salinity crisis; Deep biosphere; Georesources.
Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00256/36741/35342.pdf
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