salt anticline

salt anticline

[′sȯlt ′ant·i‚klīn]
(geology)
A structure like a salt dome but with a linear salt core. Also known as salt wall.
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The Ma'reb/Jawf area was mostly covered in sand but included a diapiric salt anticline with some associated bituminous shales.
The Maarib/Jawf area was mostly covered in sand but included a diapric salt anticline with some associated bituminous shales.
The merged data sets provide a more complete understanding of the nature of the Chinle/Moenkopi contact in the project area and its relation to a salt anticline that may have affected the flow of mineralizing solutions.
Jefferson McCleary was Project Manager of the Paradox Basin Project on behalf of the US Department of Energy and is an expert in the geology of the Salt Anticline Region of Colorado and Utah and is experienced in implementing stringent quality assurance requirements in large multidisciplinary programs.
The Ma'reb/Jawf area was mostly covered in sand but included a diapric salt anticline with some associated bituminous shales.
The target is the same host rocks as the Mi Vida, in a similar geologic setting, on the nose of a plunging salt anticline.