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    Structure, Stratigraphy, and Petroleum Potential of the Deepwater Colombian Basin, Offshore Northern Colombia.Stephen C. Leslie & Paul Mann - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):ST1-ST14.
    We have defined the structure and stratigraphy of the central area of the Colombian Basin — offshore of the northern Caribbean coast of Colombia — using approximately 8400 line km of depth-converted 2D seismic data assembled from academic and industry sources. We integrate information from offset deep sea drilling program and ocean drilling program wells into a structural and stratigraphic model of the Colombian Basin, identifying the key elements of a petroleum system. These elements are Upper Cretaceous marine shale source (...)
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    Crustal Structure of Mesozoic Rifting in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico From Integration of Seismic and Potential Fields Data.Mei Liu, Irina Filina & Paul Mann - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (4):T857-T867.
    We have investigated the crustal structure of a 400 km wide zone of thinned continental crust in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico using gravity and magnetic modeling along two deeply penetrated seismic transects. Using this approach, we identify two zones of prominent, southward-dipping reflectors associated with 7–10 km thick, dense, and highly magnetic material. Previous workers have interpreted the zones as either coarse clastic redbeds of Mesozoic age that are tilted within half-grabens or seaward-dipping reflectors of magmatic origin. Both seismic (...)
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    Gravity and Magnetic Constraints on the Jurassic Opening of the Oceanic Gulf of Mexico and the Location and Tectonic History of the Western Main Transform Fault Along the Eastern Continental Margin of Mexico.Luan C. Nguyen & Paul Mann - 2016 - Interpretation: SEG 4 (1):SC23-SC33.
    Although the Gulf of Mexico has been the subject of geophysical and geologic studies for several decades, its crustal structures and opening kinematics remain poorly understood largely because of the difficulty in imaging the deeper basinal structure beneath its thick sedimentary and evaporitic layers. We have used gravity and magnetic data combined with seismic reflection and refraction data to better understand the crustal structure and basin opening kinematics. We have focused on the 700-km-long Jurassic continent/ocean transform fault that accommodated counterclockwise (...)
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    Patterns of Recent Deformation of the Western Maracaibo Block, Northern Colombia and Western Venezuela, Based on Integration of Geomorphic Indices with Regional Geology.Javier Sanchez & Paul Mann - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):ST49-ST67.
    The Maracaibo block is a triangular, continental tectonic terrane that includes two isolated Andean ranges of northern Colombia and western Venezuela: the Sierra de Santa Marta Massif in the west and the Perija Range to the east. The Cesar-Rancheria Basin is an intermontane basin that separates the two ranges. To establish patterns of recent deformation of this elevated region and to infer its tectonic mechanism, we have integrated the following results: analysis of 350 stream profiles and calculations of geomorphic indices, (...)
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    Control of Precambrian-to-Paleozoic Orogenic Trends by Along-Strike Variations in Early Cretaceous Continental Rifts of the South Atlantic Ocean.Kyle Reuber & Paul Mann - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (4):SH45-SH69.
    The Early Cretaceous continental rupture of Western Gondwana to form the South American and African plates closely paralleled the elongate trends of Precambrian and Paleozoic orogenic belts. These orogenic belts were produced as a result of the Neoproterozoic convergent and strike-slip assembly of Gondwana that redeformed during later, Paleozoic orogenic events. Continued continental rifting led to the formation of conjugate, South Atlantic volcanic passive margins whose widths vary from 55 to 180 km. Along-strike variations in crustal stretching, as measured from (...)
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    Hotspot Origin for Asymmetrical Conjugate Volcanic Margins of the Austral South Atlantic Ocean as Imaged on Deeply Penetrating Seismic Reflection Lines.Kyle Reuber, Paul Mann & Jim Pindell - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (4):SH71-SH97.
    We have interpreted 27,550 km of deep-penetrating, 2D-seismic reflection profiles across the South Atlantic conjugate margins of Uruguay/Southern Brazil and Namibia. These reflection profiles reveal in unprecedented detail the lateral and cross-sectional, asymmetrical distribution of voluminous, postrift volcanic material erupted during the Barremian-Aptian period of early seafloor spreading in the southernmost South Atlantic. Using this seismic grid, we mapped the 10–200 km wide, continental margin-parallel limits of seaward-dipping reflector complexes — that are coincident with interpretations from previous workers using seismic (...)
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    Masocriticism.Paul Mann - 1999 - SUNY Press.
    These essays on literary theory, philosophy, and cultural criticism describe, in their form and content, the end of criticism, even while performing the endlessness of that endgame. In a sense, the book deconstructs all forms of critique and criticism, including deconstruction, and including its own self. That the book is so painfully aware of the futility of its own enterprise, even while pursuing it relentlessly and with such critical rigor, is what makes this a book of masocriticism as well as (...)
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    Deep Crustal Structure and Tectonic Origin of the Tobago-Barbados Ridge.Shenelle Gomez, Dale Bird & Paul Mann - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (2):T471-T484.
    The north–south-trending Tobago-Barbados ridge extends 250 km from its southern end at the island of Tobago to its northern end at the island of Barbados. On Tobago, exposed metasedimentary and metaigneous rocks have been identified as fragments of a Mesozoic primitive island arc, whereas on Barbados, exposed sedimentary rocks record Paleogene development of the Barbados accretionary prism. We integrate gravity data with seismic refraction data, well constraints, and seismic reflection data to improve our understanding of the TBR’s crustal structure, uplift (...)
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    Regional Subsurface Mapping and 3D Flexural Modeling of the Obliquely Converging Putumayo Foreland Basin, Southern Colombia.Luis Fernando Pachón-Parra, Paul Mann & Nestor Cardozo - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):ST15-ST48.
    The Putumayo foreland basin is an underexplored hydrocarbon-bearing basin located in southernmost Colombia. The PFB forms a 250 km long segment of the 7000 km long corridor of Late Cretaceous-Cenozoic foreland basins produced by eastward thrusting of the Andean mountain chain over Precambrian rocks of the South American craton. We have used approximately 4000 km of 2D seismic data tied to 28 exploratory wells to describe the basin-wide structure and stratigraphy. Based on seismic interpretation and comparison with published works from (...)
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    A Gay Epidemiologist and the DC Commission of Public Health AIDS Advisory Committee.Steven S. Coughlin, Paul Mann & Bruce Jennings - forthcoming - Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics.
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    Subsurface Basement, Structure, Stratigraphy, and Timing of Regional Tectonic Events Affecting the Guajira Margin of Northern Colombia.Eleine Vence & Paul Mann - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):ST69-ST105.
    We have combined previous data from Mesozoic-Cenozoic outcrops in the Guajira Peninsula of northern Colombia with regional gravity, bathymetric, and seismic interpretations to demonstrate the existence of a 280 km long western extension of the Great Arc of the Caribbean along the continental margin of Colombia. Seismic data reveal an 80–100 km wide domal-shaped basement high that exhibits internal chaotic seismic facies. This elongate and domal-shaped structure extends 1800 km from the Aves Ridge in the Caribbean Sea to the study (...)
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    Nietzsche, the Tragic-Real, and the Exquisite Corpse of Theory.Paul Mann - 1995 - Research in Phenomenology 25 (1):160-176.
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    Masocriticism.Paul Mann - 1994 - Substance 23 (3):3.
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    Integration of Regional Gravity Modeling, Subsidence Analysis, and Source Rock Maturity Data to Understand the Tectonic and Hydrocarbon Evolution of the Permian Basin, West Texas.Hualing Zhang, Paul Mann, Dale E. Bird & Kurt Rudolph - 2021 - Interpretation 9 (1):T161-T181.
    The Permian Basin of West Texas and southeast New Mexico is currently the most prolific oil-producing basin in the United States. This region experienced deformation and extreme rates of subsidence, especially during the Late Paleozoic. To investigate the larger scale crustal geometry of the Permian Basin, its tectonic evolution, and the distribution of its most productive late Paleozoic source rocks, we have created regional 2D and 3D gravity models that incorporate density and lithologic controls from wireline logs, published seismic refractions, (...)
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    Near-Surface Geophysical Investigation of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake Epicentral Area: Léog'ne, Haiti.Eray Kocel, Robert R. Stewart, Paul Mann & Li Chang - 2016 - Interpretation: SEG 4 (1):T49-T61.
    The [Formula: see text] Léogâne fan delta in southwestern Haiti borders the epicentral region of the devastating magnitude 7.0 Haiti earthquake of 12 January 2010. The flat plain of the Léogâne area experienced some of the worst shaking, destruction of buildings, and loss of life caused by the Haiti earthquake. This intense shaking was attributed by previous workers to either activation of a blind thrust fault some 4 km beneath the Léogâne fan delta or to strike-slip motion along a shallow, (...)
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