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Abstract

The mapping of the arch structures of Libya, which separate most Libyan sedimentary basins from each other, can significantly enhance the understanding and modeling of their tectonic formation and deformation history. These arches were effective in localizing truncation, unconformities and onlap of depositional sequences. In addition, they are likely to be focal points for oil migration and accumulation.

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2000-10-01
2021-12-04
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