Insights into the upper aptian carbonate succession the south-eastern maestrat basin (e iberia)

T. Bover-Arnal, J. D. Martin-Martin, E. Gomez-Rivas, A. Trave, R. Salas, Bedinar J. A. Moreno, S. Tomas

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Abstract

A transgressive-regressive (T-R) sequence stratigraphic approach was performed along the Upper Aptian carbonate sedimentary record cropping out in the south-eastern Maestrat Basin with the result that three T-R sequences within a low-frequency sea-level cyclicity were recognized. A transgressive ravinement surface and a maximum regressive surface bound the sequences. Syn-rift subsidence played the most significant part in creating accomodation space as deduced from the considerable thickness of the sedimentary succession (around 1500-m-thick) and the presence of fossilized syn-sedimentary faults.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication27TH IAS Meeting of Sedimentologists
EditorsA Amorosi
Place of Publication40128 Bologna
PublisherMEDIMOND S R L
Pages123-127
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Event27th IAS Meeting of Sedimentology - Alghero, Italy
Duration: 20 Sep 200923 Sep 2009

Conference

Conference27th IAS Meeting of Sedimentology
CountryItaly
Period20/09/0923/09/09

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Bover-Arnal, T., Martin-Martin, J. D., Gomez-Rivas, E., Trave, A., Salas, R., Moreno, B. J. A., & Tomas, S. (2009). Insights into the upper aptian carbonate succession the south-eastern maestrat basin (e iberia). In A. Amorosi (Ed.), 27TH IAS Meeting of Sedimentologists (pp. 123-127). 40128 Bologna: MEDIMOND S R L.

Insights into the upper aptian carbonate succession the south-eastern maestrat basin (e iberia). / Bover-Arnal, T.; Martin-Martin, J. D.; Gomez-Rivas, E.; Trave, A.; Salas, R.; Moreno, Bedinar J. A.; Tomas, S.

27TH IAS Meeting of Sedimentologists. ed. / A Amorosi. 40128 Bologna : MEDIMOND S R L, 2009. p. 123-127.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bover-Arnal, T, Martin-Martin, JD, Gomez-Rivas, E, Trave, A, Salas, R, Moreno, BJA & Tomas, S 2009, Insights into the upper aptian carbonate succession the south-eastern maestrat basin (e iberia). in A Amorosi (ed.), 27TH IAS Meeting of Sedimentologists. MEDIMOND S R L, 40128 Bologna, pp. 123-127, 27th IAS Meeting of Sedimentology, Italy, 20/09/09.
Bover-Arnal T, Martin-Martin JD, Gomez-Rivas E, Trave A, Salas R, Moreno BJA et al. Insights into the upper aptian carbonate succession the south-eastern maestrat basin (e iberia). In Amorosi A, editor, 27TH IAS Meeting of Sedimentologists. 40128 Bologna: MEDIMOND S R L. 2009. p. 123-127
Bover-Arnal, T. ; Martin-Martin, J. D. ; Gomez-Rivas, E. ; Trave, A. ; Salas, R. ; Moreno, Bedinar J. A. ; Tomas, S. / Insights into the upper aptian carbonate succession the south-eastern maestrat basin (e iberia). 27TH IAS Meeting of Sedimentologists. editor / A Amorosi. 40128 Bologna : MEDIMOND S R L, 2009. pp. 123-127
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