Geophysical Atlas of the Barents Sea Basins

Geophysical Atlas of the Barents Sea (BS12)

Compiled and edited by Sverre Planke, Mikal Trulsvik, Reidun Myklebust, and Bent Kjølhamar

The Geophysical Atlas of the Barents Sea (BS12) is an updated version for 22ndlicensing round which is also focused on integrated seismic, gravity and magnetic interpretation study for the southwest Barents Sea. The Atlas focuses on the announced blocks in the southwest Barents Sea margin, platform areas, and the formerly disputed zone.

Geophysical Atlas of the Barents Sea (BS04)

Compiled and edited by Sverre Planke, Reidun Myklebust, Jan Inge Faleide, and Asbjørn Breivik.

The Geophysical Atlas of the Barents Sea is an integrated seismic, gravity and magnetic interpretation study for the western and eastern Barents Sea.

The Geophysical Atlas of the Barents Sea presents high-quality potential field maps and integrated regional basin configuration and geologic development based on the integrated seismic-gravity-magnetic (SGM) interpretation method. The main audience is seismic interpreters and regional geologists.

 

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CONTENTS


Introduction

  • Executive Summary
  • Geological Framework
  • Petroleum Systems

Geophysical Maps

  • Barents Sea
  • SW Barents Sea

Case Studies

  • SW Barents Sea
  • N and E Barents Sea

Appendix

  • Seismic Coverage
  • Ship Track Gravity Coverage
  • Aeromagnetic Data Coverage
  • Data and Methods

Bibliography