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I020 A LIDAR Study of Structural Style and Stratigraphic Response in the Nukhul Half Graben Suez Rift Egypt P. Wilson* (University of Manchester) F. Rarity (University of Manchester) D. Hodgetts (University of Manchester) & R.L. Gawthorpe (University of Manchester) SUMMARY EAGE 69 th Conference & Exhibition — London UK 11 - 14 June 2007 Introduction Deposition during rift initiation is complex because of the influence of inherited prerift drainage patterns and the control exerted on topography and creation of accommodation space by growing and linking normal fault segments. Because subsidence rates during rift initiation are relatively low variations in thickness

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