Average dip directions from intervals of dipmeter log in drill hole CRP-2A, supplement to: Jarrard, Richard D; Brink, Jason; Bücker, Christian J; Wonik, Thomas; Wilson, Terry; Paulsen, Timothy S (2000): Bedding dips in CRP-2A, Victoria Land Basin, Antarctica. Terra Antartica, 7(3), 261-270

Richard D Jarrard, Jason Brink, Christian J Bücker, Thomas Wonik, Terry Wilson & Timothy S Paulsen
Bedding dips in the CRP-2A drillhole were determined in two ways (1) analysis of a dipmeter log, and (2) identification of bed boundaries on digital images of the outer core surface. The two methods document the downhole increase in structural dip, to a maximum of 15° in the lowest 150 m of the hole. Dipmeter data, which are azimuthally oriented, indicate a 75° azimuth for structural tilting, in agreement with seismic reflection profiles. Core and...
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