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Cenozoic Foreland Basins of Western Europe EDITED BY ALAIN MASCLE (IFP Ecole du Petrole et des Moteurs, Rueil-Malmaison, France) CAI PUIGDEFABREGAS (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Barcelona, Spain) HANS PETER LUTERBACHER (Universitat Tubingen, Germany) AND MANUEL FERNANDEZ (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas.
Cenozoic exhumation patterns in the internal and external Zagros reveal a long‐term deformation record associated with geodynamic restructuring of Arabia‐Eurasia collisional zone from continental subduction to plate suturing, which can be evaluated from thermochronometric, provenance, and Cited by: The outcome of a symposium held in Fribourg, Switzerland, this book fulfils two aims.
Firstly, it represents a collection of case-studies covering a wide range of basin types and tectonic and stratigraphic settings.
On the proside (western‐northern) of the belt, starting at ~35 Ma, the Swiss Molasse basin migrated forelandward (northward) [Allen et al., ; Burkhard and Sommaruga, ; Ford and Lickorish, ] in response to hinterland deformation and exhumation, which incorporated parts of the proximal foreland basin into the orogenic wedge.
This paper is included in the Special Publication entitled 'Cenozoic foreland basins of Western Europe' edited by A. Mascle, C. Puigdefabregas, H.P. Luterbacher and M. Fernandez. Late Cenozoic geological evolution of the foreland basin bordering the West Kunlun range in Pulu area: dentation of the western syntaxis of the Indian plate in Cenozoic time [Tapponnier et al., ; Lyon-Caen and rhombic-shaped Cenozoic basin, bounded by the Tibetan Plateau on the south and Tian Shan range on the north.
It is. Foreland Basins in the Geological Record. Most foreland basins occur in the immediate vicinity of continental collision zones. For example, the Alpine foreland basins of southern Europe, which were generated as a result of the collision of the European and African contrast, other foreland basins occur within regions of compressional tectonics that are located relatively large.
 Cenozoic strata in the central Andes of northwestern Argentina record the development and migration of a regional foreland basin system analogous to the modern Chaco‐Paraná alluvial plain. Paleocene‐lower Eocene fluvial and lacustrine deposits are overlain by middle‐upper Eocene hypermature paleosols or an erosional disconformity representing 10–15 Myr.
Puigdefabregas's 31 research works with 1, citations and 5, reads, including: Thrust Belt Development in the Eastern Pyrenees and Related Depositional Sequences in the Southern Foreland Basin.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm. Contents: Foreland basins: an introduction --Tectonic controls of foreland basin subsidence and Laramide style deformation, western United States --The stratigraphic and structural evolution of the central and eastern Magallanes Basin, southern South America --Magnetic polarity.
Retroarc foreland basins form behind continental margin arc systems (Figure a), and they are filled largely with clastic terrigenous sediments derived from a fold-thrust belt behind the arc.A key element in foreland basin development is the syntectonic character of the sediments (Graham et al., ).The greatest thickness of foreland basin sediments borders the fold-thrust belt reflecting.
A foreland basin is a structural basin that develops adjacent and parallel to a mountain nd basins form because the immense mass created by crustal thickening associated with the evolution of a mountain belt causes the lithosphere to bend, by a process known as lithospheric width and depth of the foreland basin is determined by the flexural rigidity of the underlying.
 Oligocene‐Miocene strata preserved in synclinal outcrop belts of the western Alborz Mountains record the onset of Arabia‐Eurasia collision‐related deformation in northern Iran.
Two stratigraphic intervals, informally named the Gand Ab and Narijan units, represent a former basin system that existed in the Alborz. The Gand Ab unit is composed of marine lagoonal mudstones, fluvial and. Keith N Sircombe and Peter J.J Kamp, The South Westland Basin: seismic stratigraphy, basin geometry and evolution of a foreland basin within the Southern Alps collision zone, New Zealand, Tectonophysics, /S(98), (), ().
A foreland basin system is defined as: (a) an elongate region of potential sediment accommodation that forms on continental crust between a contractional orogenic belt and the adjacent craton, mainly in response to geodynamic processes related to subduction and the resulting peripheral or retroarc fold‐thrust belt; (b) it consists of four discrete depozones, referred to as the wedge‐top.
Sedimentary basins have been generated in hinterland regions of the Andean and Himalayan‐Tibetan orogens during Cenozoic plate convergence. These hinterland basins record nonmarine sediment accumulation (commonly in high‐elevation, lowrelief, internally drained, arid/semiarid settings) during protracted deformation and surface uplift of continental crust.
Research Highlights In this study we analyze the Cenozoic tectonic evolution of more than 64 Iberian foreland basins. Most of the contacts between topographic highs and basins are thrust or strike-slip faults.
All these basins seem to have undergone a common sedimentary evolution, comprising four stages: initiation of sedimentation, intense syn-tectonic infilling, change from. Table of the analyzed basins from the Iberian foreland. Every individual basin is related to a basement uplift or to a main fault.
Numbers used in all ﬁgures are also shown. Fault/range related basin C.M. Cantabrian mountains Large and main basins can be related to different faults/ranges. Basin label names Basin La Pela Large basin La Mancha.
Timor-Tanimbar Trough: the foreland basin of the evolving Banda orogenAlpine basins of Europe and Asia; The Oligocene to Recent foreland basins of the northern Apennines; A small polyhistory foreland basin evolving in a context of oblique convergence: the Venetian basin (Chattian to Recent, Southern Alps, Italy); A comparison between a present.
The proposed model is tested by comparison with the structure of sections across the Alberta Foreland Basin of Western Canada. It is shown that a model in which mass loads continuously advance on to the craton in a series of pulses between the Upper Jurassic and the Eocene is consistent with observations.
This paper is included in the Special Publication entitled 'Cenozoic foreland basins of Western Europe' edited by A.
Mascle, C. Puigdefabrega, H.P. Luterbacher and M. Fernandez. Fernàndez M, Berástegui X, Puig C et al () Geophysical and geological constraints on the evolution of the Guadalquivir foreland basin, Spain.
In: Mascle A, Puigdefàbregas C, Luterbacher HP et al (Eds) Cenozoic Foreland Basins of Western Europe. London, Geological Society Special Publication,CrossRef Google Scholar. Flanking the Taiwan orogenic belt, the Western Taiwan Foreland Basin was formed by flexural bending of the Eurasian plate in response to load of late Cenozoic Taiwan orogenic belt caused by collision between Luzon arc - Chinese continental margin (Covey,Lin and Watts,Teng,Yu and Chou, ; Fig.
2A and B).Longitudinally juxtaposed against marginal sea basins, the Western. Other articles where Foreland basin is discussed: mountain: Alpine- (or Himalayan-)type belts: the overriding mountain range, a foreland basin is formed by the flexure (see tectonic basins and rift valleys).
Foreland basins usually exist as subsurface features that have been filled with debris eroded from the advancing overthrust slice of crust. Miocene‐Quaternary history of basin evolution in north-western Argentina is also a subject of debate, with some authors arguing for continued eastward propagation of deformation and migration of the foreland basin [Carrapa et al., a, b] while others advocate a change to localized basins associated with thick‐skinned deformation.
Development of Mesozoic and Cenozoic sedimentary basins in western North America was linked to the overall geodynamics of an active continental margin. The Cordilleran margin, now largely of Californian-type with a bounding transform, was Atlantic-type from late Precambrian to early Paleozoic, Japanese-type from late Paleozoic to early Mesozoic.
foreland basins (Beaumont, ; Jordan, ). The newly created depozones are referred to as proarc (or simply pro-) foreland basins, where placed in front of the orogenic belt––on the descending (pro-lithosphere) plate, or as retroarc (retro-) foreland basins, where placed behind the orogenic belt––on the overriding.
Synorogenic carbonate platforms and reefs in foreland basins: controls on stratigraphic evolution and platform\/reef morphology \/ Steven L. Dorobek. the permian basin of west Texas and New Mexico: tectonic history of a \"composite\" foreland basin and its effects on stratigraphic development \/ Kenn-Ming Yang and Steven Dorobek.Regional variations in sediment thickness, internal structures, average elevation, and Bouguer gravity define a four-component foreland basin system adjacent to the Central Andes.
In the most proximal part of the foreland basin system, the eastern Subandean zone and westernmost Chaco Plain, 1–3 km of Cenozoic deposits overlies active folds.A foreland basin is a structural basin that develops adjacent and parallel to a mountain belt.
Foreland basins form because the immense mass created by crustal thickening associated with the evolution of a mountain belt causes the lithosphere to bend, by a process known as lithospheric flexure.
The width and depth of the foreland basin is determined by the flexural rigidity of the underlying.