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Lithostratigraphy of the Upper Oligocene - Miocene succession of Denmark
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Lithostratigraphy of the Palaeogene – Lower Neogene succession of the Danish North Sea
As a result of a lithological, sedimentological and biostratigraphic study of well sections from the Danish sector of the North Sea, including some recently drilled exploration wells on the
Sequence stratigraphy of the Jurassic of the Danish Central Graben
A sequence stratigraphic framework is established for the Jurassic of the Danish Central Graben based primarily on petrophysical log data, core sedimentology and biostratigraphic data from about 50
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
Volgian-Ryazanian 'hot shales' of the Bo Member (Farsund Formation) in the Danish Central Graben, North Sea: stratigraphy, facies and geochemistry
Upper Jurassic ‐ lowermost Cretaceous marine mudstones represent the most significant source of hydrocarbons in the Central and Northern North Sea. Of particular importance in the Danish sector of
No causal link between terrestrial ecosystem change and methane release during the end-Triassic mass extinction
Profound changes in both marine and terrestrial biota during the end-Triassic mass extinction event and associated successive carbon cycle perturbations across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary (T-J,
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