The article “Impacts of small-scale faults on continental to coastal plain deposition: Evidence from the Realgrunnen Subgroup in the Goliat field, southwest Barents Sea, Norway” by Mark Joseph Mulrooney (UNIS/UiO), Bjarte Rismyhr (UNIS/UiB), Honore Dzekamelive Yenwongfai (UiO/Equinor), Johan Leutscher (Eni Norge), Snorre Olaussen (UNIS), and Alvar Braathen (UNIS/UiO) has been published in the journal Marine and Petroleum Geology.
- Sedimentological, fault, and Amplitudeversus Angle analysis of the Realgrunnen Subgroup is presented for the Goliat field.
- Minor Norian–Rhaetian tectonism is recognised during deposition of the Realgrunnen Subgroup.
- Displacement profiles of faults and along-fault thickness variations highlight fault activity history.
- AVA attribute maps reveal the geometries of gross sand prone depositional bodies, i.e., individual and amalgamated channels, ox-bow lakes and alluvial fans.
- Palaeogeographic reconstructions for the Fruholmen and Tubåen Formations comprising the Realgrunnen Subgroup are presented.
Mulrooney, M.J., Rismyhr, B., Yenwongfai, H.D., Leutscher, J., Olaussen, S., Braathen, A. (2018): Impacts of small-scale faults on continental to coastal plain deposition: Evidence from the Realgrunnen Subgroup in the Goliat field, southwest Barents Sea, Norway. Marine and Petroleum Geology 95 (2018) 276-302. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2018.04.023 [intranet]