Preface to the Special Volume on Carbonate Conduits linked to Hydrocarbon-enriched Fluid Escape. This special volume emerges from an international workshop held in Bologna between June 29th and July 1st, 2013 as the final act of the Italian national project PRIN 2009 “Carbonate conduits linked to hydrocarbons enriched seepages”. The workshop was attended by 20 specialists in the field, and many of the contributors expressed a strong interest in showcasing their latest achievements in a thematic volume. This issue thus collects state-of-the-art papers focused on various aspects related to the genesis of hydrocarbon-carbonate conduits in marine sequences, covering temporal windows from Mesozoic up to present.

Carbonate Conduits linked to Hydrocarbon-enriched Fluid Escape

CAPOZZI, ROSSELLA;
2015

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Preface to the Special Volume on Carbonate Conduits linked to Hydrocarbon-enriched Fluid Escape. This special volume emerges from an international workshop held in Bologna between June 29th and July 1st, 2013 as the final act of the Italian national project PRIN 2009 “Carbonate conduits linked to hydrocarbons enriched seepages”. The workshop was attended by 20 specialists in the field, and many of the contributors expressed a strong interest in showcasing their latest achievements in a thematic volume. This issue thus collects state-of-the-art papers focused on various aspects related to the genesis of hydrocarbon-carbonate conduits in marine sequences, covering temporal windows from Mesozoic up to present.
Capozzi, Rossella; Negri, Alessandra; Reitner, Joachim; Taviani, Marco
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