Understanding the structure, architecture and tectonic evolution of a given region is of great importance to assess hydrocarbon prospectivity, since it provides significant informations on: heat-flow, the geometry and timing of accommodation space, the trap type and its activity.
The session aims at showing how different geophysical prospecting methods can be applied in structural geology and tectonics in order to obtain the best possible models that
allow to:
- better define and assess the exploration potential of specific regions, based on their tectonic history.
- understand and construct tectonic and structural models for a given area.

Convener: Said GACI | Co-conveners: Hocine CHELLAL, Mohammed FARFOUR, Olga Hachay
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X2

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X2

X2.163 |
Tatiana Shirokova, Ivan Lygin, Tatiana Sokolova, and Kirill Kuznetsov
Hall X2
X2.164 |
David Arutyunyan, Ivan Lygin, Tatiana Sokolova, Andrey Bulychev, and Kirill Kuznetsov
Hall X2
Hall X2
X2.166 |
Specified data on the Lomonosov Ridge structure and its junction zone with the shelf of the East Siberian Sea based on the results of seismic data processing on the A-7 profile
Alexander Zholondz, Victor Poselov, Victor Butsenko, and Sergey Zholondz
Hall X2
X2.167 |
| Highlight
Stanislaw Mazur, Lukasz Gagala, Mateusz Kufrasa, and Piotr Krzywiec
Hall X2
X2.168 |
Structure and thickness of the sedimentary cover of the Arctic Basin
Natalia Leonova, Viktor Poselov, Sergey Zholondz, and Artem Kireev
Hall X2
X2.169 |
Dmitrii Bezumov, Victor Butsenko, Svetlana Tabyrtsa, Victor Poselov, Vasily Savin, and Natalia Leonova
Hall X2
Olga Hachay