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Modelo geológico 3D de la estructura de almacenamiento de CO2 de Caspe (Zaragoza, España)

AuthorsMediato, J. F.; Garcia-Crespo, J.; Ayala, C. ; Izquierdo, Esther; Lobón, J. L.
Keywords3D modelling
modelo 3D
modelo estructural
Caspe
almacenamiento de CO2
seismic profiles
líneas sísmicas
CO2 storage
structural modelling
Issue Date12-Sep-2016
PublisherSociedad Geológica de España
CitationGeotemas 16: 101-104 (2016)
AbstractThe Caspe structure was formed by the convergence of the Iberian Range and the Catalonian Coastal Range, during the Tertiary compression. Traditionally, the Caspe structure has been interpreted from seismic profiles without considering surface structural data. Therefore, several models were obtained with different results. The aim of this study is to build a 3D geological model taking into account the structural data from the geological map, stress fields and lineaments from satellite imagery. Four surfaces have been modelled: Buntsandstein Top, Muschelkalk-I Top, Muschelkalk-II Top and Cenozoic Bottom. The presented 3D geometrical model shows two major thrusts of WSW- ENE direction with northward and southward vergence. In the major thrust sheet there is a large NW–SE trending anticline bounded by the two thrusts with small, associated reverse faults. The geometrical model is consistent with a transpressive, push-up structure that could be associated with the lateral continuation of the Segre fault beneath the Tertiary units of the Ebro basin
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/147654
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