Geometry, internal architecture, and evolution of buried volcanic mounds in; the northern South China Sea

@article{Ma2018GeometryIA,
  title={Geometry, internal architecture, and evolution of buried volcanic mounds in; the northern South China Sea},
  author={Benjun Ma and Shiguo Wu and C. Betzler and Zhiliang Qin and Lijun Mi and Wei Gao and H. Bai and Feng Wu and D. Dong},
  journal={Marine and Petroleum Geology},
  year={2018},
  volume={97},
  pages={540-555}
}
Abstract High-resolution seismic and borehole data were used to characterize a volcanic mound in the northern South China Sea, including its internal architecture, lithological characteristics and evolutionary history. On seismic profiles, the mound shows a convex geometry similar to an isolated carbonate buildup. It was therefore previously seen as a carbonate buildup and a significant hydrocarbon target until an industrial well BY7-1 proved its volcanic nature. Ten seismic facies are… Expand
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