Christopher Aiden-Lee Jackson
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Lateral magma flow in mafic sill complexes
C Magee, JD Muirhead, A Karvelas, SP Holford, CAL Jackson, ID Bastow, ...
Geosphere 12 (3), 809-841, 2016
Quantitative characterisation of deltaic and subaqueous clinoforms
S Patruno, GJ Hampson, CAL Jackson
Earth-Science Reviews 142, 79-119, 2015
Regional magma plumbing and emplacement mechanisms of the Faroe‐Shetland Sill Complex: Implications for magma transport and petroleum systems within sedimentary basins
N Schofield, S Holford, J Millett, D Brown, D Jolley, SR Passey, ...
Basin Research 29 (1), 41-63, 2017
3D seismic analysis of the structure and evolution of a salt-influenced normal fault zone: A test of competing fault growth models
CAL Jackson, A Rotevatn
Journal of Structural Geology 56, 172, 2013
Deep-Water Sediment Bypass
CJ Stevenson, CAL Jackson, DM Hodgson, SM Hubbard, ...
Journal of Sedimentary Research 85 (9), 1058-1081, 2015
Normal fault growth, displacement localisation and the evolution of normal fault populations: the Hammam Faraun fault block, Suez rift, Egypt
RL Gawthorpe, CAL Jackson, MJ Young, IR Sharp, AR Moustafa, ...
Journal of Structural Geology 25 (6), 883-895, 2003
Fault growth and interactions in a multiphase rift fault network: Horda Platform, Norwegian North Sea
OB Duffy, RE Bell, CAL Jackson, RL Gawthorpe, PS Whipp
Journal of Structural Geology 80, 99-119, 2015
Subsurface sediment remobilization and fluid flow in sedimentary basins: an overview
M Huuse, CAL Jackson, P Van Rensbergen, RJ Davies, PB Flemings, ...
Basin Research 22 (4), 342-360, 2010
Reactivation of intrabasement structures during rifting: A case study from offshore southern Norway
TB Phillips, CAL Jackson, RE Bell, OB Duffy, H Fossen
Journal of Structural Geology 91, 54-73, 2016
Normal fault array evolution above a reactivated rift fabric; a subsurface example from the northern Horda Platform, Norwegian North Sea
PS Whipp, CAL Jackson, RL Gawthorpe, T Dreyer, D Quinn
Basin Research 26 (4), 523-549, 2014
Magma plumbing systems: a geophysical perspective
C Magee, CTE Stevenson, SK Ebmeier, D Keir, JOS Hammond, ...
Journal of Petrology 59 (6), 1217-1251, 2018
Geometry and controls on the development of igneous sill–related forced folds: A 2-D seismic reflection case study from offshore southern Australia
CAL Jackson, N Schofield, B Golenkov
Bulletin 125 (11-12), 1874-1890, 2013
Volcano growth mechanisms and the role of sub-volcanic intrusions: Insights from 2D seismic reflection data
C Magee, E Hunt-Stewart, CAL Jackson
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 373, 41-53, 2013
Strain migration during multiphase extension: Observations from the northern North Sea
RE Bell, CAL Jackson, PS Whipp, B Clements
Tectonics 33 (10), 1936-1963, 2014
How do normal faults grow?
A Rotevatn, CAL Jackson, ABM Tvedt, RE Bell, I Blækkan
Journal of Structural Geology 125, 174-184, 2019
Enigmatic structures within salt walls of the Santos Basin—Part 1: Geometry and kinematics from 3D seismic reflection and well data
CAL Jackson, MPA Jackson, MR Hudec, CR Rodriguez
Journal of Structural Geology 75, 135-162, 2015
Growth of normal faults in multilayer sequences: A 3D seismic case study from the Egersund Basin, Norwegian North Sea
ABM Tvedt, A Rotevatn, CAL Jackson, H Fossen, RL Gawthorpe
Journal of Structural Geology 55, 1-20, 2013
The influence of normal fault geometry on igneous sill emplacement and morphology
C Magee, CAL Jackson, N Schofield
Geology 41 (4), 407-410, 2013
Style and sequence of deformation during extensional fault-propagation folding: examples from the Hammam Faraun and El-Qaa fault blocks, Suez Rift, Egypt
CAL Jackson, RL Gawthorpe, IR Sharp
Journal of Structural Geology 28 (3), 519-535, 2006
Normal faulting as a control on the stratigraphic development of shallow marine syn‐rift sequences: the Nukhul and Lower Rudeis Formations, Hammam Faraun fault block, Suez Rift …
CAL Jackson, RL Gawthorpe, ID Carr, IR Sharp
Sedimentology 52 (2), 313-338, 2005
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