3 edition of Tectonic deformation in the Barents Sea region of Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark found in the catalog.
Tectonic deformation in the Barents Sea region of Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark
|Series||Norges geologiske undersøkelse -- nr. 282, Bulletin / Norges geologiske undersøkelse -- 10, Norges geologiske undersøkelse (Series) -- nr. 282., Bulletin (Norges geologiske undersøkelse : 1972) -- 10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
Increased sediment supply is also recognized in the Barents Sea Basin at this time, not only from Fennoscandia along the northern margin (this study), but also from Greenland to Spitsbergen (e.g., Wignall et al., ), and from the Kara Sea and the Urals to the greater Barents Sea Basin (e.g., Puchkov, ; Glørstad-Clark et al., ). In Cited by: The western Barents Sea is characterized by broad platform areas cut by fairly narrow rifts. In contrast, the eastern Barents Sea is a very broad and deep sag basin with little internal structuring. Glacial climate changes over the last million years have influenced the distribution of .
The geology of the region, which still today represents exploration frontiers, is illustrated by a series of geophysical and paleogeographic maps, which are based on the integrated knowledge from Russian and Norwegian institutions. The paleogeographic map span from the Early Devonian to Eocene times, and are supplemented by geophysical maps and cross-sections showing the present day architecture. The SW Barents Sea margin experienced a pulse of extensional deformation in the Middle–Late Devonian through the Carboniferous, after the Caledonian Orogeny terminated. These events marked the initial stages of formation of major offshore basins such as the Hammerfest and Nordkapp by: 8.
Acquisition of Ocean Bottom Seismic data in the Barents Sea In particular, we will focus on spatial distribution of the gabbro-dolerite intrusions at shallow and mid-crustal levels and it its genetic link to Carboniferous grabens, and major tectonic boundaries in the northern Barents Sea region. NE-SW grain of the southwestern Barents Sea and Finnmark. The major basins of the Russian Barents Sea parallel the N-S Uralian grain of the Novaya Zemlya chain. The Late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic tectonic history of the Barents Sea was dominated by extensional tectonic move-ments, at first representing the collapse of the newly formed.
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Caledonian and Baikalian tectonic structures on Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, Norway, and coastal areas of Kola phase of tectonic deformation. In the case of Varanger of the Barents Sea Region of Varanger Peninsula, much the same NW-SE (to N-S) fold-and-c1eavagetrend is.
Fig. Principal structural elements of the Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, northern Norway (mainly after Siedlecki () and Karpuz et al. ()). BSR – Barents Sea Region (Barents Sea and Løkviksfjellet groups, and Berlevåg Formation).
TVR – Tanafjorden-Varangerfjorden Region (Vadsø, Tanafjorden and Vestertana groups). The southern half of the Barents Sea, including the ports of Murmansk (Russia) and Vardø (Norway) remain ice-free year round due to the warm North Atlantic September, the entire Barents Sea is more or less completely ice-free.
Until the Winter War (–40), Finland's territory also reached to the Barents Sea. Its harbor at Petsamo was Finland's only ice-free winter nates: 75°N 40°E / 75°N 40°ECoordinates:.
The northeastern part of the Varanger Peninsula (Barents Sea region, Fig. 1) is underlain by about 9 km of Neoproterozoic, deep-to shallowmarine sedimentary rocks, a succession that was deformed.
A description of the systems and patterns of faulting in Caledonide Finnmark and the southernmost Barents Sea has been presented by Lippard and Roberts ().In brief, NW–SE- and NE–SW-oriented faults dominate the map-picture both on land and offshore ().Although dip-slip normal offsets predominate, and probably relate to Late Palaeozoic to Mesozoic crustal extension, significant Cited by: Extensional tectonic history of the western Barents Sea C.A.
Dengo and K.G. R0ssland Extensional tectonics was the dominant mode of deformation in the western Barents Sea beginning in Late Devonian-Early Carboniferous time and culminating with the break-up Cited by: Crustal and basin evolution of the southwestern Barents Sea: From Caledonian orogeny to continental breakup Article (PDF Available) in Tectonics 33(4) April with 2, Reads.
The Barents Sea is a part of the Arctic region, comprising areas of different geological evolution caused by several large-scale tectonic adjustments. The interaction of the Baltica, Laurentian and Siberian plates, together with smaller continental blocks, is the basis for the formation of the current Barents shelf crust (Marello et al.
).Cited by: 5. Abstract. The paper is focused on the two tectonic-geodynamic factors that made the most appreciable contribution to the transformation of the lithospheric and hydrocarbon potential distribution at the Barents Sea continental margin: Jurassic-Cretaceous basaltic Cited by: 6.
Insights into the lithospheric structure and tectonic setting of the Barents Sea region from isostatic considerations J. Ebbing,1,2 C. Braitenberg3 and S. Wienecke1∗ 1Geological Survey of Norway (NGU), Trondheim, Norway.
E-mail: @ 2Department for Petroleum Technology and Applied Geophysics, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway. BARENTS50, a new 3-D geophysical model of the crust in the Barents Sea Region has been developed by the University of Oslo, NORSAR and the U.S.
Geological Survey. The target region comprises northern Norway and Finland, parts of the Kola Peninsula and the East European lowlands. Novaya Zemlya, the Kara Sea and Franz-Josef Land terminate the region. The book's coverage of structural and tectonic modelling, petroleum geology applications, and the treatment of the Norwegian Continental Shelf should make this book an invaluable resource book for advanced students of structural and tectonic modelling, teachers, and researchers; as well as for geologists and geophysicists in the petroleum Edition: 1.
Diagenesis and reservoir quality of the Finnmark carbonate platform, Barents Sea: results from wells / and / STEPHEN N. EHRENBERG, ERIK B. NIELSEN, TORE A. SV ÅNÅ & LARS STEMMERIK Ehrenberg, S. N., Nielsen, E. B., Svånå, T. & Stemmerik, L.: Diagenesis and reservoir quality of the Finnmark carbonateFile Size: 2MB.
Enhanced PDF; Standard PDF ( MB) ; 1. Introduction  The Arctic Ocean is surrounded by the world largest shelf region. The Barents Sea is a substantial part of this region covering more than million km 2 in the northern European Arctic ().The western half exhibits a complex tectonic structure made of a fan-shaped array of sedimentary basins and basement horsts and a brittle.
This paper reviews the exploration history of the Barents Sea part of the Norwegian continental shelf. The main structural elements which so far have been identified in the Troms/Finnmark/Barents Sea region are outlined and discussed.
Special attention is given to the selected Area I outside Troms, where according to latest government plans, drilling will start in Cited by: This thesis describes the structural and stratigraphical evolution of the Fingerdjupet Subbasin.
Structural and stratigraphical interpretation has been performed in both 2D and 3D, both on paper and with software, to identify and map out important phases of tectonic activity in the study area and link it to the depositional patterns. Rise, L., Bellec, V.K., Chand, S. & Bøe, R.: Pockmarks in the southwestern Barents Sea and Finnmark fjords.
Norwegian Journal of Geology, pp. – Trondheim ISSN X. A large and diverse dataset has been compiled and analysed in the Barents Sea and Finnmark fjords in northern Norway in order to map and characterise File Size: 1MB.
Novaya Zemlya is the eastern border while the Barents Sea extends to the Norwegian-Greenland Sea shelf edge in the west. The Barents Sea covers approximately million km2 and thereby is one of the greatest areas of continental shelf (Doré, ).
The hydrocarbon exploration in the Barents Sea started in the s and drilling were. Gramberg, I.S., and Suprunenko, O.I.,Oil and gas resources of the Barents Sea shelf: Petroleum Exploration and Production in Timan-Pechora Basin and Barents Sea, Collected Reports of International Conference, August, St.
Petersburg, All Russian Petroleum Scientific-Research Geological Exploration Institute (VNIGRI) and. Røe, S.-L. & Roberts, D. Basement core sandstones in well /, southern Barents Sea, and correlation with onshore upper Proterozoic sequences of northeastern Finnmark.
Unpublished report, University of Bergen, Geological Institute, Bergen, Norway. 33 p. In the eastern part of the region, the severity of the winter regime both on land and in the southeastern Barents Sea increases sharply.
The absolute air temperature minimum in the Barents Sea region reach 20°C below zero over the ice-free area of the Sea and 30°C .BARENTS SEA GEOLOGY, PETROLEUM RESOURCES AND COMMERICAL POTENTIAL [Dore, A.G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. BARENTS SEA GEOLOGY, PETROLEUM RESOURCES AND COMMERICAL POTENTIALAuthor: A.G.
Dore.Ninety-seven percent of the known recoverable reserves in the eastern Barents region are in Jurassic reservoir rocks (Petroconsultants, ). Undertested are the undrilled structural closures and fault traps, drapes, stratigraphic onlaps, stratigraphic pinch-outs, stratigraphic and structural erosional traps, and diagenetic traps for all.