Mechanisms and controls on the formation of sand intrusions


Sandstone intrusions are found in all sedimentary environments but have been reported most commonly from deep-water settings. They also appear to be more frequently developed in tectonically active settings where applied tectonic stresses facilitate development of high fluid pressures within the sediments. A variety of mechanisms have been cited as triggers… (More)


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@inproceedings{Jolly2002MechanismsAC, title={Mechanisms and controls on the formation of sand intrusions}, author={Richard Jolly and L H Lonergan}, year={2002} }