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Structures between the Hecla Rise and the Maniitsoq Rise

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Fig. 4.4.5. Structures between the Hecla Rise to the south and the Maniitsoq Rise to the north. The section interpreted as Kangeq sediments, of Upper Cretaceous age, contains reflections that may indicated the presence of sands that could act as reservoirs, in a similar way to equivalent-age sands in the Fylla Structural Complex illustrated in Fig. 4.4.2. The attitude of the faults in this and near-by sections indicate that the structures were formed during an episode of strike-slip faulting, probably during the Palaeogene. See Fig. 4.4.1 for the location of this section. Get pdf-file.(61kB)


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Ghexis Fig. 4.4.5