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The basin of a river or body toàn thân of water is the lvà that surrounds it and the streams that flow into it.
A basin is also a sheltered area of water deep enough for boats, or an area of l& that is lower than all the surrounding lvà.
Evaporitic sedimentation stopped, carbonate platkhung systems grew & in the intra-platsize basins, calcarenitic-calciruditic facies were resedimented.
During this period, transtensional basins và the modern morphological & tectonic elements of the region were developed.
In summary this book provides a useful up-to-date analysis of structural models for rift basins & the influence of structure on sedimentation.
Perhaps more importantly the memoir provides an excellent teaching resource as an example of an industry-style analysis of potentially productive basins.
In this study, we use a substantial database of welllog và other stratigraphic information to lớn calculate the tectonic subsidence histories of two such intracratonic basins.
As a result, reverse faults và monoclines are associated with earlier normal faults và inversional anticlines are superimposed upon earlier basins.
Modelling anatexis in intra-cratonic rift basins than the period of melting (1.0-7.6 m. y.), then our models will overestimate the amount of melt.
Many systems are deposited in basins with a pre-existing topography sufficient to lớn steer mật độ trùng lặp từ khóa flows or confine their deposition lớn sub-basins within the system.
When the mã sản phẩm possesses several locally stable equilibria, the equilibrium distribution assigns generally unequal probabilities to lớn the basins.
The basins of attraction of the fixed points are concerned with the sensitivity of the initial conditions of the models.
The rains feed many ponds or basins in the eastern part of the park, which hold water either temporarily or permanently.
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