The dilemma of asymmetric porphyroclast systems and sense of shear. Journal of Structural Geology. Precambrian Research. Avila, Carlos F. The influence of structural inheritance and multiphase extension on rift development, the northern North Sea. The evolution of quartz veins during the tectonometamorphic development of the Brusque Metamorphic Complex, Brazil.

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The dilemma of asymmetric porphyroclast systems and sense of shear. Journal of Structural Geology. Precambrian Research. Avila, Carlos F. The influence of structural inheritance and multiphase extension on rift development, the northern North Sea. The evolution of quartz veins during the tectonometamorphic development of the Brusque Metamorphic Complex, Brazil.

Journal of South American Earth Sciences. Structural architecture and composition of crystalline basement offshore west Norway. The Wilson cycle and effects of tectonic structural inheritance on continental margin formation. Temperature constraints on microfabric patterns in quartzofeldsphatic mylonites, Ribeira belt SE Brazil. Seismic facies analysis using machine-learning.

How does the orientation of a pre-existing basement weakness influence fault development during renewed rifting? Insights from three-dimensional discrete element modeling. Vizeu; Archanjo, Carlos J. Deformation — progressive or multiphase? Thermal evolution and exhumation history of the Uncompahgre Plateau northeastern Colorado Plateau , based on apatite fission track and U-Th -He thermochronology and zircon U-Pb dating.

Sveconorwegian vs. Structural and petrophysical effects of overthrusting on highly porous sandstones: the Aztec Sandstone in the Buffington window, southeast Nevada, U. Geological Society Special Publication. Influence of fault reactivation during multiphase rifting: The Oseberg area, northern North Sea rift.

Marine and Petroleum Geology. Influence of a pre-existing basement weakness on normal fault growth during oblique extension: Insights from discrete element modeling. Basement structure and its influence on the structural configuration of the northern North Sea rift.

A review of deformation bands in reservoir sandstones: geometries, mechanisms and distribution. The effect of deformation bands on simulated fluid flow within fault-propagation fold trap types: Lessons from the San Rafael monocline, Utah. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin. Tectonic regime controls clustering of deformation bands in porous sandstone. Phillips, Thomas B. Reactivation of intrabasement structures during rifting: A case study from offshore southern Norway.

Keno; Bastesen, Eivind. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift. Interaction between gravity-driven listric normal fault linkage and their hanging-wall rollover development: a case study from the western Niger Delta, Nigeria. Gordon, Stacia M.

Geochronology and geochemistry of zircon from the northern Western Gneiss Region: Insights into the Caledonian tectonic history of western Norway. Strain localization in sandstone and its implications for CO2 storage.

First Break. Mega-scale Moho relief and the structure of the lithosphere on the eastern flank of the Viking Graben, offshore southwestern Norway. Factors controlling permeability of cataclastic deformation bands and faults in porous sandstone reservoirs. Renado, Roxanne N. Fabric development during exhumation from ultrahigh-pressure in an eclogite-bearing shear zone, Western Gneiss Region, Norway. Tectonic influence on the Jurassic sedimentary architecture in the northern North Sea with focus on the Brent Group.

International Association of Sedimentology Special Publications. Skurtveit, Elin; Ballas, G. Sand textural control on shear-enhanced compaction bands in poorly-lithified sandstone. Journal of geological resource and engineering. Progressive evolution of deformation band populations during Laramide fault-propagation folding: Navajo Sandstone, San Rafael monocline, Utah, U. Crustal stretching in the Scandinavian Caledonides as revealed by deep seismic data.

U-Pb dates and trace-element geochemistry of zircon from migmatite hosting eclogite inclusions, Western Gneiss Region, Norway: significance for history of partial melting in continental subduction. Transtensional folding. Schultz, Richard A. Statistical tests of scaling relationships for geologic structures. Spatial distribution of deformation bands in damage zones of extensional faults in porous sandstone: statistical analysis of field data.

Shear-enhanced compaction bands formed at shallow burial conditions; implications for fluid flow Provence,France. Insight into petrophysical properties of deformed sandstone reservoirs. Deformation bands and their impact on fluid flow in sandstone reservoirs: the role of natural thickness variations. Basin Research. Rotevatn, Atle; Fossen, Haakon. Soft faults with hard tips: magnitude-order displacement gradient variations controlled by strain softening versus hardening; implications for fault scaling.

Journal of the Geological Society. Vetti, Vegard Vilken; Fossen, Haakon. Origin of contrasting Devonian supradetachment basin types in the Scandinavian Caledonides. Simulating the effect of subseismic fault tails and process zones in a siliciclastic reservoir analogue: Implications for aquifer support and trap definition.

Fossen, Haakon; Schultz, Richard A. Conditions and implications for compaction band formation in the Navajo Sandstone, Utah. Fault linkage and graben stepovers in the Canyonlands Utah and the North Sea Viking Graben, with implications for hydrocarbon migration and accumulation. Dynamic investigation of the effect of a relay ramp on simulated fluid flow: geocellular modelling of the Delicate Arch Ramp, Utah. Petroleum Geoscience. Fossen, Haakon.

Deformation bands formed during soft-sediment deformation: Observations from SE Utah. Deformation band populations in fault damage zone - impact on fluid flow. Computational Geosciences. Torabi, Anita; Fossen, Haakon. Variation of microstructure and petrophysical properties along deformation bands. Spatial variation of microstructure and petrophysical properties along deformation bands in reservoir sandstones.

Overlapping faults and their effect on fluid flow in different reservoir types: A LIDAR-based outcrop modeling and flow simulation study. Fault facies and its application to sandstone reservoirs. Schultz, Richard; Fossen, Haakon. Terminology for structural discontinuities. Slipped deformation bands: A new type of cataclastic deformation bands in Western Sinai, Suez rift, Egypt. Internal geometry of fault damage zones in interbedded siliciclastic sediments.

Gee, David G. Dependence of displacement-length scaling relations for fractures and deformation bands on the volumetric changes across them. Bale, Arthur; Fossen, Haakon. Application of spatial correlation functions in permeability estimation of deformation bands in porous rocks.

Shear zones in porous sand: Insights from ring-shear experiments and naturally deformed sandstones. Deformation bands in sandstone: a review. Fossen, Haakon; Bale, Arthur. Deformation bands and their influence on fluid flow. Are relay ramps conduits for fluid flow? Structural analysis ramp in Arches National Park, Utah.

Fossen, Haakon; Dunlap, W. The impact of syn-kinematic porosity reduction on damage zone architecture in porous sandstone; an outcrop example from the Moab Fault, Utah. Fossen, Haakon; Hurich, CA. Fault interaction in porous sandstone and implications or reservoir management; examples from southern Utah. Structural geology of the Huldra Field, northern North Sea - a major tilted fault block at the eastern edge of the Horda Platform.

Hesthammer, Jonny; Fossen, Haakon. Modern field courses and problem-based learning; a comparison between industry and academia. Aarseth, Inge; Fossen, Haakon. Late Quaternary cryoplanation of rock surfaces in lacustrine environments in the Bergen area, Norway.


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Haakon Fossen Cambridge University Press - Structural Geology Haakon Fossen Frontmatter More information Structural Geology Lavishly illustrated in color, this textbook takes an applied approach to introduce undergraduate students to the basic principles of structural geology. The book provides unique links to industry applications in the upper crust, including petroleum and groundwater geology, which highlight the importance of structural geology in exploration and exploitation of petroleum and water resources. Topics range from faults and fractures forming near the surface to shear zones and folds of the deep crust. Students are engaged through examples and parallels drawn from practical everyday situations, enabling them to connect theory with practice. Containing numerous end-of-chapter problems, e-learning modules, and with stunning field photos and illustrations, this book provides the ultimate learning experience for all students of structural geology.


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