Placanticline

placanticline

[plak′ant·i‚klīn]
(geology)
A gentle, anticlinallike uplift of the continental platform, usually asymmetric and without a typical outline.

Placanticline

 

a gentle rounded or oval (often with diffuse outlines) uplift of layers of the sedimentary mantle of continental platforms. The term was introduced by N. S. Shatskii in 1945 to refer to uplifts in the Volga-Ural Oil-Gas Region of the Eastern European Platform.

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The West Block of the Third District in North Saertu water flooding fine potential tapping study area is located in the west of the pure oil of Saertu oilfield of Daqing placanticline and belongs to the delta facies lithologic-structural reservoir (Yang, 2004).
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