Structural Traps in extension Analysis
- Distinguish the characteristics of extension deformation and subsurface and surface trans-tension
- Apply the mechanical-stratigraphic principles governing extensive structures formation and evolution and apply the techniques of restoration and balancing.
- Predict structural geometry using kinematic models.
- Identify typical geometries of trans-tensive trapping.
Geologists and geophysicist Engineers, explorotionists and managers.
Presentations & debate: theoretical and methodological content followed by interactive and participatory methods such as projections, exercises and slideshows.
- Rifting models and evolution of the continental passive margin.
- Individual trans-tensive Structures in relation to the in-Depth Styles.
- Map and Seismic.
- Normal pre-inversion Faults
- Structures of listric faults ramp and bearings
- Block alternating with trapezoidal graben style
- Structural Validation Criteria of a structure of Extension
- Selecting the best techniques for Balancing and Restoration
- Vertical, oblique and simple shear
- Detachment Rift
- Transition from horizontal to vertical displacement
- Folds in Regions of Extension
- Draped Folds Trishear Models
- Growth Structures sequential Restoration
- The Fracturing inside the Extension Structures