Emplacement and 3D geometry of crustal-scale saucer-shaped intrusions in the Fennoscandian Shield

@inproceedings{Buntin2019EmplacementA3,
  title={Emplacement and 3D geometry of crustal-scale saucer-shaped intrusions in the Fennoscandian Shield},
  author={Sebastian Buntin and Alireza Malehmir and Hemin Koyi and Karin H{\"o}gdahl and Mariusz Malinowski and Sven {\AA}ke Larsson and Hans Thybo and Christopher Juhlin and Annakaisa Korja and Andrzej G{\'o}rszczyk},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2019}
}
Saucer-shaped intrusions of tens of meters to tens of kilometres across have been observed both from surface geological mapping and geophysical observations. However, there is only one location where they have been reported to extend c. 100 km laterally, and emplaced both in a sedimentary basin and the crystalline basement down to 12 km depth. The legacy BABEL offshore seismic data, acquired over the central Fennoscandian Shield in 1989, have been recovered and reprocessed with the main goal of… CONTINUE READING

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