Distribution of oceanic versus transitional crust in deep Gulf of Mexico basin; implications for early history

Author(s): Buffler, Richard T.; Sawyer, Dale S.
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
Univ. Tex. at Austin, Austin, TX, United States
Volume Title: AAPG annual convention with divisions SEPM/EMD/DPA
Source: AAPG Bulletin, 69(2), p.241; AAPG annual convention with divisions SEPM/EMD/DPA, New Orleans, LA, Mar. 24-27, 1985. Publisher: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Tulsa, OK, United States. ISSN: 0149-1423 CODEN: AABUD2
Note: In English
Year of Publication: 1985
Research Program: DSDP Deep Sea Drilling Project
Key Words: 18 Geophysics, Solid-Earth; Atlantic Ocean; Continental crust; Continental slope; Crust; Deep Sea Drilling Project; Faults; Florida; Geophysical methods; Geophysical surveys; Gravity methods; Gulf Coastal Plain; Gulf of Mexico; Gulf of Mexico Basin; Jurassic; Magnetic methods; Marine geology; Mesozoic; North Atlantic; Oceanic crust; Oceanography; Paleo-oceanography; Salt domes; Salt tectonics; Seismic methods; Sigsbee Deep; Stratigraphy; Strike-slip faults; Subsidence; Surveys; Tectonics; Tectonophysics; Texas-Louisiana Slope; Transform faults; United States; Upper Jurassic; Yucatan Block
Record ID: 1986033294
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