Formation of linear planform chimneys controlled by preferential hydrocarbon leakage and anisotropic stresses in faulted fine-grained sediments, offshore Angola
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Subject area: The evolving Earth surface | Editorial team: Stratigraphy, sedimentology, geomorphology, and palaeontology | Discipline: SedimentologyWhat makes seep carbonates ignore self-sealing and grow vertically: the role of burrowing decapod crustaceansMiocene high elevation and high relief in the Central Alps
Solid Earth, 12, 2439–2466,2021
Solid Earth Discuss.,2021
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