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Abstract

The Hirnantian glaciation strongly affected the lower Palaeozoic sedimentary succession of the Murzuq Basin (Libya). After final deglaciation, the remnant topography displays imprints of most of the ice-sheet retreat evolution. One large ice stream pathway, in the form of a wide erosional trough including surbordinate higher areas, has been recognized. Several ice-fronts and related proglacial fan-deltas are localized at basin scale. These architectural elements are closely associated with the position of the Ordovician reservoir relative to the Silurian “Hot Shale”.

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2007-02-26
2020-10-25
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