A fine balance: Accommodation dominated control of contemporaneous cool-carbonate shelf-edge clinoforms and tropical reef-margin trajectories, North Carnarvon Basin, Northwestern Australia
Ingrid Anell, Malcolm W Wallace
Sedimentology | WILEY | Published : 2020
Awarded by Research Council of Norway (RCN)
The work has significantly improved by insightful and helpful input from Adjunct Professor Vitor Abreu, Dr Erwin Adams, Professor Peter Clift and Professor Mike Pope. This work has been (partially) funded by the project Reconstructing the Triassic Northern Barents shelf; basin infill patterns controlled by gentle sags and faults (Trias North - www.mn.uio.no/trias north/) under grant 234152 from the Research Council of Norway (RCN) and with financial support from Tullow Oil Norge, Lundin Norway, Equinor, Edison Norge and Dea Norge, with additional financial aid from the Kristine Bonnevie Travel stipend. We kindly acknowledge the use of Petrel 2015, by Schlumberger, under academic license which was used for all seismic interpretations and map compilations. A special thank you to the University of Melbourne for hosting an academic visit and providing access to the data used in this study.