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Seismic Atlas of the Messinian Salinity Crisis markers in the Mediterranean Sea - Vol.2

Seismic Atlas of the Messinian Salinity Crisis Markers in the Mediterranean Sea, Vol. 2
72 pages + DVD
Release in December 2018
English
Co-publishers © CGMW and Mémoires de la Société Géologie de France, n.s., t. 181.
Conception and coordination by Johanna Lofi (University of Montpellier)

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The Messinian Salinity Crisis (MSC) is a huge outstanding succession of events that has deeply modified the Mediterranean area within a short time span at the geological scale and led to the emplacement of one of the youngest and most debated salt giant on Earth.

In 2011, the Seismic atlas of the Messinian salinity crisis markers in the Mediterranean and Black Seas summarized, in one publication with a common format, the most relevant seismic features related to this exceptional event in the offshore domain. It also proposed a new global and consistent terminology for the MSC seismic markers (bounding surfaces and depositional units), describing and illustrating their facies, geometry and extent throughout 13 sites in the offshore Mediterranean and Black sea area.

The volume 2 of the Seismic atlas of the Messinian salinity crisis markers in the Mediterranean Sea is published in the continuity of the volume 1. It illustrates the seismic characteristics of the markers over 18 new study areas, using the same color code and terminology. Interpreted seismic data were carefully selected according to their quality, position and significance in order to reach these objectives, and are presented here. This new atlas also provides a revised extension map of the MSC markers in the offshore domain at the Mediterranean scale.

Raw and interpreted seismic profiles are available as images on the accompanying DVD-Rom

Contributors : A. Abtout (C.R.A.A.G., Algeria), B. Alonso (ICM-CSIC, Spain), C. Amadori (University of Pavia, Italy), A. Ammar (University of Rabat, Morocco), M Arab (Sonatrach Exploration, Algeria), D. Aslanian (Ifremer, France), M.O. Beslier (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France), Z. Ben-Avraham (University of Tel Aviv, Israel), J. Borgomano (University of Aix-Marseille), B. Bouyahiaoui (C.R.A.A.G., Algeria), R. Bracene (Sonatrach Exploration, Algeria), A. Briais (University of Toulouse, France), O. Buch-Leviatan (GSI, Israel), A. Camerlenghi (OGS Trieste, Italy), J. Canning (British Gas, UK), R. Castagner (University of Trieste), F. Chanier (University of Lille, France), JY. Collot (IRD, GeoAzur Nice, France), S.D. Connell (Chevron Energy Technology Company, USA), E. d'Acremont (Sorbonne University, Paris, France), A. Del Ben (University of Trieste, Italy), B. De Mol (University of Barcelona, Spain), J. Déverchère (University of Brest, France), A. Di Giulio (University of Pavia, Italy), D. Do Couto (Sorbonne University, Paris, France), O. Driussi (University of Toulouse, France), G. Ercilla (ICM-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain), F. Estrada (ICM-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain), R. Fantoni (ENI, Italy), F. Fournier (Cerege, France), F. Gallais (University of Brest, France), M. Garciá (University of Granada, Spain), V. Gaullier (University of Lille, France), R. Geletti (OGS Trieste, Italy), A. Georgiopoulou (University College Dublin, Ireland), M. Ghielmi (ENI, Italy), C. Gorini (Sorbonne University, Paris, France), D. Graindorge (University of Brest, France), P. Guennoc (BRGM), M.A. Gutscher (University of Brest, France), Z. Gvirtzman (GSI, Israel), C. Holland (Pennsylvania State University, USA), C. Hübscher (University of Hamburg, Germany), H. Jabour (ONHYM, Morocco), C. Juan (ICM-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain), A. Kherroubi (C.R.A.A.G., Algeria), D. Klaeschen (Geomar, Germany), F. Klingelhoefer (Ifremer, France), A. Klotz (University of Perpignan), B. Larroque (University of Reims, France), M. Lazar (Haifa University, Israel), A. Leprêtre (IFREMER, France), M. Leila (University of Geneva, Switzerland), T. Lüdmann (University of Hamburg, Germany), G. Lymer (Universiy of Birmingham, UK), A.S. Madof (Chevron Energy Technology Company, USA), A. Maillard (University of Toulouse, France), A. Marok (Tlemcen University, Algeria), B. Mercier de Lépinay (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France), A. Micallef (University of Malta), S. Migeon (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France), M. Minervini (ENI, Italy), A. Mocnik (University of Trieste, Italy), A. Moscariello (University of Genova, Switzerland), P. Münch (University of Montpellier, France), D. Ochoa (UPHC, Peru), J. Oudet (Cerege, France), A. Polymeni (Heriot-Watt University, UK), M. Rabineau (University of Brest, France), M. Reshef (Tel Aviv University, Israel), S. Rogledi (ENI, Italy), M. Rossi (ENI, Italy), L. Schenini (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France), F. J. Sierro (University of Salamanca), R. Urgeles (CSIC, ICM, Spain), F. Sage (Geoazur Sophia Antipolis, France), U. Schattner (University of Haifa, Israel), J. Steinberg (Ratio Oil Exploration, Israel), D.A.V. Stow (Heriot-Watt University, UK), M. Saule (OGS Trieste, Italy), A. Tassy (Cerege, France), I. Thinon (BRGM, France), G. Toscani (University of Pavia, Italy), N. Wardell (OGS Trieste, Italy), K. Yelles (C.R.A.A.G., Algeria), F. Zgur (OGS Trieste, Italy).

  • Length 29.7 cm
  • Depth 0.5 cm
  • Weight 0.350 kg