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ECORS-CROP Alpine seismic traverse

ECORS-CROP Alpine seismic traverse

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Published by Société géologique de France in Paris .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Earth,
  • Alps.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Structural -- Alps.,
    • Seismic reflection method.,
    • Earth -- Crust.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by François Roure ... [et al.].
      SeriesMémoires de la Société géologique de France,, nouv. sér. mémoire no 170
      ContributionsRoure, François.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE1 .S7 n.s., no. 170, QE633.A43 .S7 n.s., no. 170
      The Physical Object
      Pagination113 p. :
      Number of Pages113
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL751733M
      ISBN 102853630757
      LC Control Number97146248

      Paper covers, throughout the s and s, pp. X; hard covers, X previously-unavailable subsurface data “ECORS-CROP Alpine seismic became available. Regrettably, this led to traverse. Roure F, Bergerat F, Damotte B, Mugnier JL, Polino R () The ECORS-CROP Alpine seismic traverse. In Roure F, Heitzmann P, Polino R (eds). Deep structure of the Alps. Mém Soc Géol France .

      The seismic velocities recorded along the EGT indicate a greater quantity of upper crust, having the missing lower crust been probably absorbed into the mantle. The experimental results by Mengel and . These three domains are separated by two first order tectonic lineaments, namely the Penninic Front and the Houiller Front as evidenced by the ECORS-CROP seismic traverse (Nicolas et al., ). About .

      During the past several decades, in the framework of various European projects (ECORS-CROP, NFP20 and EGT), more than reflection and refraction seismic profiles, primarily probing the Western—Central Alps, have been exploited with the aim of imaging the complexly deformed Alpine . Today we are facing a situation where instruction and textbooks in structural geology are almost entirely dedicated to rock deformation, analytical techniques in detailed field geology and summaries of plate tectonics. Illustrations based on reflection seismic .


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ECORS-CROP Alpine seismic traverse Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: ECORS-CROP Alpine seismic traverse. Paris: Société géologique de France, © (OCoLC) Document Type. from book Pre-Mesozoic Geology in the Alps (pp) The Structure of the Alps: An Introduction.

Mugnier J-L, and Polino R () The ECORS–CROP Alpine seismic traverse.M eAuthor: O. Adrian Pfiffner. The ECORS-CROP traverse integrates vertical and wide-angle seismic-reflection, gravity, and magnetic studies along a km profile across the western Alps.

The combination of geophysical and geologic data constrains the deep structure along the by: A. Nicolas's 4 research works with citations and reads, including: The ECORS-CROP Alpine Seismic Traverse. We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to.

The rectangle shows the limits of the Bouguer anomaly map of Fig. 2; the dashed line SS' represents the ECORS-CROP seismic traverse, and the straight line SS' the rectified gravity profile.

creases to st/km2 in some high mountain areas; the density, along the ECORS-CROP Cited by: The ECORS-CROP Alpine seismic traverse. Mémoires de la Société géologique de France, n°p, 8 pl. Deep structure of the Alps, Mémoires de la Société géologique de France, n° ECORS-CROP traverse and deep structure of the western Alps: A synthesis Alpine slruclures in a dornain where they are relatively cy.

ECORS CROP deep seismic sounding. group, l9tl9. SEISMIC LINE CROP-ECORS ACROSS THE WESTERN ALPS 91 THE GEOLOGICAL OBJECTIVES AND THE SCIENTIFIC RESULTS • The principal problems facing the project leaders, which it was hoped, will be better understood were,from west to east (The ECORS-CROP Alpi-ne Seismic Traverse.

Guellec's 8 research works with citations and reads, including: The ECORS-CROP Alpine Seismic Traverse. We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to.

results, also including the results of the ECORS-CROP traverse, is still lacking. A first step in this direction was made by Valasek and Mueller [] with regard to the major seismic crustal features. Recent deep-crustal seismic reflection profiling across the central Alps of eastern and southern Switzerland has provided a detailed image of this continental collision zone.

As part of the Swiss National Science project a series of reflection profiles was recorded during two phases along N-S transects crossing the Alpine.

Abstract. A joint French-Italian programme (ECORS-CROP) was launched in to conduct a first traverse in the Western Alps. Preliminary field operations using a wide-angle reflection method were. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN (set) This book is printed on acid-free paper () The ECORS CROP Alpine seismic traverse.

Me ´moires de la. the ECORS-CROP seismic traverse (Nicolas et al.Roure et al. ) crosses the following four major tectonic units, derived from the Briançonnais domain (Fig.

1): Zone Houillère unit, Ruitor unit. ECORS-CROP DEEP SEISMIC SOUNDING CROUP. Lithospheric wedging in the western Alps inferred from the ECORS-CROP traverse, Crustal shortening in the Alpine orogoen: Results from deep seismic. This also agrees with the NVR record- ings in the Western (ECORS-CROP profiles) and Central-Western Alps (NFP20 EST pro- files), where the Penninic pile shows high en- ergy reflectors and the South Alpine thrusts do not give any seismic.

Main seismic reflectors imaged on the ECORS–CROP profile. The major feature is the layered European crust dipping eastward to plunge beneath the internal Alpine zones. In the Penninic zone, high.

ECORS-CROP Deep Seismic Sounding Group, ECORS-CROP Deep Seismic Sounding Group Mapping the Moho of Western Alps by wide-angle reflection Seismics. We also emphasize that, as observed in the eastern Swiss Alpine lines (Pfiffner et al., ) and in the ECORS-CROP data (Nicolas et al., ), TABLE 2 Processing sequence for line.

Crop seismic data acqusition, processing and interpretive reprocessing. Section 3. Opening of the Ionian and Alpine Neotethyan Oceans. Ionian and Alpine Oceans Neotethyan opening. Section 4. The Alps.

Crustal tectono-stratigraphic sections across the western and eastern Alps from ECORS-CROP and transalp seismic. An example is provided by one of the main results of the controlled-source-seismology experiment that took place in as a preliminary to the ECORS-CROP seismic reflection line: the ECORS-CROP Deep Seismic Sounding Group () (hereafter: EC89) discovered, in the root zone, what was interpreted as a mantle wedge intruding the Alpine .The deep seismic reflection traverses across the Central Alps ( ECORS-CROP) contain a new set of data on the lower crust which has been interpreted in different ways.

One currently fashionable .In most cases, the agreement between seismic and gravity data was obtained without large modifications of the velocity models, except beneath the eastern part of the internal zone of the belt where velocity discontinuities are poorly defined (see, for example, the ECORS-CROP seismic cross-section in the western Alps ECORS-CROP .