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Tectonics, Erosion, and Climate Interacting at the Miocene Mediterranean - A Mechanistic View of the Messinian Salinity Crisis

AutorGarcía-Castellanos, Daniel ; Sierro, F.; Ledesma, S.; Camerlenghi, Angelo
Fecha de publicación1-jun-2015
EditorEuropean Association of Geoscientists and Engineers
Citación77th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2015
ResumenThe isolation of the Mediterranean leading to the Messinian Salinity Crisis (MSC) is thought to be the result of the interplay between global sea level oscillations and a gradual tectonic uplift of the connecting seaways between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, in the Gibraltar Arc region. There is no full consensus, however, on whether a kilometric drawdown ever took place and when, or whether it may have occurred in multiple occasions. The main reasons behind these uncertainties are 1) the absence of drillings that cross the entire evaporitic sequence in the deep basins; 2) the lack of a direct correlation between marginal and deep stratigraphy; and 3) the shortage for quantitative, process-based, mechanistic models that aim to account for the vast amount of multidisciplinary observations available on the MSC.
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