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Lithostratigraphy of the Upper Oligocene - Miocene succession of Denmark
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A synthesis of Cenozoic sedimentation in the North Sea
The North Sea Basin contains an almost complete record of Cenozoic sedimentation, separated by clear regional unconformities. The changes in sediment characteristics, rate and source, and expression
Mesozoic–Cenozoic exhumation events in the eastern North Sea Basin: a multi‐disciplinary study based on palaeothermal, palaeoburial, stratigraphic and seismic data
Four Mesozoic–Cenozoic palaeothermal episodes related to deeper burial and subsequent exhumation and one reflecting climate change during the Eocene have been identified in a study of new apatite
Middle Jurassic - Early Cretaceous rifting of the Danish Central Graben
During the Jurassic ‐ Early Cretaceous, the Danish Central Graben developed as a N‐S- to NNW‐ SSE-trending graben bounded by the Ringkobing‐Fyn High towards the east and the Mid North Sea High
Late Cenozoic depositional history of the Danish North Sea Basin: implications for the petroleum systems in the Kraka, Halfdan, Siri and Nini fields
The Central Graben area was filled with a thick pile of sediments during the Middle Miocene – Quaternary, corresponding to a period of 15Ma. As hydrocarbon expulsion from the most prolific source
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