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Cretaceous-Cenozoic tectonostratigraphic evolution of the Nicaraguan Rise based on seismic reflection, wells, and potential fields data
The Nicaraguan Rise in the western Caribbean Sea is a poorly studied Late Cretaceous to Recent modern carbonate platform with surrounding deeper-water basins that covers an offshore area of ~700,000 km2 within the maritime ...
Comparison of Late Cretaceous-Cenozoic deformation and basin formation along the northwestern Caribbean plate boundary on the Honduran borderlands-Nicaraguan Rise and southeastern Caribbean plate boundary in Colombia
Most geoscientists working in the Caribbean now agree that the area composing the present-day Caribbean plate formed as a large oceanic plateau in the eastern Pacific Ocean and was transported into its present location ...
Hydrocarbon potential of the northeastern Caribbean based on integration of sediment thickness and source rock maturity data
Over 72 exploration wells have been drilled on the Caribbean islands of Hispaniola and Puerto over the past century, but with no commercial success. A key question is whether these large Caribbean oceanic islands have ...