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Polygonal fault systems on the mid-Norwegian margin: a long term source for fluid flow

Polygonal fault systems on the mid-Norwegian margin: a long term source for fluid flow
Polygonal fault systems on the mid-Norwegian margin: a long term source for fluid flow
1862391416
216
283-290
Geological Society of London
Berndt, C.
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Bunz, S.
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Mienert, J.
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Van Rensbergen, P.
Hillis, R.R.
Maltman, A.J.
Morley, C.
Berndt, C.
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Bunz, S.
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Mienert, J.
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Van Rensbergen, P.
Hillis, R.R.
Maltman, A.J.
Morley, C.

Berndt, C., Bunz, S. and Mienert, J. (2003) Polygonal fault systems on the mid-Norwegian margin: a long term source for fluid flow. In, Van Rensbergen, P., Hillis, R.R., Maltman, A.J. and Morley, C. (eds.) Subsurface sediment mobilization. (Geological Society Special Publication, 216) London, UK. Geological Society of London, pp. 283-290.

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Published date: 2003

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Local EPrints ID: 39314
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/39314
ISBN: 1862391416
PURE UUID: 1e7cdbbe-4cb4-40ff-b734-b33b087e5bef

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Date deposited: 27 Jun 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:37

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Author: C. Berndt
Author: S. Bunz
Author: J. Mienert
Editor: P. Van Rensbergen
Editor: R.R. Hillis
Editor: A.J. Maltman
Editor: C. Morley

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