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Geological fluid flow in sedimentary basins

Abstract : For over 50 years, sedimentary basins have been considered as the lithosphere's surface film, belonging to the subsurface domain and containing the vast majority of accessible mineral and energy resources. Beyond their human use, sedimentary basins are more importantly the ultimate exchange interface between the earth's main reservoirs. Firstly, between the upper lithosphere and the atmosphere-hydrosphere reservoirs, exchanges are mainly vertical. Next, between the onshore reservoirs, i.e., on the continental part, and the offshore reservoirs, i.e., in the submerged part of the margins, exchanges are lateral and may take place over great distances. Unexpected low accumulations and/or dry...
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Aurélien Gay, Sébastien Migeon. Geological fluid flow in sedimentary basins. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France, Société géologique de France, 2017, 188 (4), pp.UNSP E3. ⟨10.1051/bsgf/2017200⟩. ⟨hal-02965035⟩

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