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by K. W. Glennie

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ISBN:
0632012676
Author:
K. W. Glennie
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English
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Blackwell Science Ltd; Illustrated edition edition (June 22, 1984)
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Late Jurassic petroleum geology of the Dutch Central North Sea Graben.

As such, it represents one of the most prolonged periods of organic carbon accumulation to have occurred during the Mesozoic, and the formation now acts as a major petroleum source rock Late Jurassic petroleum geology of the Dutch Central North Sea Graben.

The geology of the North Sea describes the geological features such as channels, trenches, and ridges today and the geological history, plate tectonics, and geological events that created them. The basement of the North Sea was formed in an intraplate setting during the Precambrian. Rigid blocks were overlaid with various depositions, sands and salts.

It is the only text giving a systematic description of all aspects of petroleum geology of the North Sea at a level suited to Honours students at one end of the spectrum to professors and exploration managers new to the area at the other.

Ivanhoe L. F. (June, 1980) World’s giant petroleum provinces.

Quelques mots sur l'auteur.

Isacksen, . Central North Sea Hydrocarbon Systems: Generation, Migration, Entrapment and Thermal Degradation of Oil and Gas, Am. Ass. Petr.

Introduction to the Petroleum Geology of the North Sea, Oxford: Blackwell Sci. Publ. et a. Basin-Floor Fans in the North Sea, Am. Isacksen, . 2004, vol. 88, no. 11, pp. 1545–1572. Isacksen, G. and Ledje, . Source Rock Quality and Hydrocarbon Migration Pathways within the Greater Utsira Rise Area, Viking Graben, Norwegian North, Am. 2001, vol. 85, no. 5, pp. 861–883.

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