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Analysis of the Importance of Extension in Accounting for the Post-Carboniferous Subsidence of the North Sea Basin
Post Carboniferous sedimentary deposition in the Central North Sea basins can be separated into three major periods: Permian, Triassic and mid-Jurassic through present. Most efforts to explain the basin within an extensional framework have concentrated on the post mid-Jurassic subsidence. These efforts have ignored the large amount of prior extension required to account for the observed crustal thinning and the substantial Permian and Triassic sediment fill. In addition the models predict adoi:10.15781/t2w669s5x fatcat:byfcgmnf5vb4ti2lqpjif3brtu