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Geometries of doleritic intrusions in central Spitsbergen, Svalbard: an integrated study of an onshore-offshore magmatic province with implications for CO2 sequestration
(Geological Society of Norway, 2013)
Igneous intrusions emplaced during the Early Cretaceous are well exposed in central Spitsbergen within the Permian–Jurassic sedimentary succession. The doleritic intrusions are collectively classified as the Diabasodden ...
Fluid migration pathways to seafloor seepage in inner Isfjorden and Adventfjorden, Svalbard
(Geological Society of Norway, 2014)
This study represents a marine baseline study for the Longyearbyen CO2 Lab, in which CO2 may be injected in the Upper Triassic–Middle Jurassic Kapp Toscana Group, which comprises several permeable beds. The target ...
Architecture, deformation style and petrophysical properties of growth fault systems: the Late Triassic deltaic succession of southern Edgeøya (East Svalbard)
(Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2018-05-07)
The Late Triassic outcrops on southern Edgeøya, East Svalbard, allow a multiscale study of syn‐sedimentary listric growth faults located in the prodelta region of a regional prograding system. At least three hierarchical ...
Fluid flow properties of the Wilhelmøya Subgroup,a potential unconventional CO2 storage unit in central Spitsbergen
(Geological Society of Norway, 2019)
The Upper Triassic to Middle Jurassic Wilhelmøya Subgroup forms one of the more suitable reservoir units on the Norwegian Arctic archipelago of Svalbard. The target siliciclastic storage unit, which is encountered at approx. ...
Impacts of small-scale faults on continental to coastal plain deposition: Evidence from the Realgrunnen Subgroup in the Goliat field, southwest Barents Sea, Norway
In this study we synthesise sedimentological, fault, and Amplitude Versus Angle (AVA) analysis and propose that the Fruholmen and Tubåen formations (Realgrunnen Subgroup) are syn-kinematic deposits that record a previously ...