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Title: Fault tectonics and formations of oil and gas pools in the East Azerbaijan from analysis of SPOT/Landsat images
Authors: Zeynalov, Gasham
Issue Date: Jul-2000
Publisher: AAPG’s Inaugural Regional International Conference
Series/Report no.: Vol. 2;
Abstract: Remote sensing can be defined in general terms as technologies and techniques used to obtain information about distant object using reflected or emitted electromagnetic radiation, acoustic energy, potential fields (gravity, magnetics), or geochemical measurements. In geologic remote sensing, we will concern only interpretation draws on structural geology and geomorphology, because the picking out of the linear elements of Earth’s surface, the determination of their role in the geologic structure of the regions are represented significant interest. That is why we will use geologic interpretation of satellite images for estimation tectonic peculiarity and oil-gas bearingness in the East Azerbaijan. The lineaments, recognized on the different scale space photos, are the important object of decision of many theoretical and applied questions of the modern geotectonics. The independence of deepest differences in the determination of the lineaments nature, the high geological effectively of their use are noted by all researchers as the decision of fractured tectonics, as on the establishment of regularities of the oil and gas fields situation. The oil and gas fields ofthe folds regions are characterized by the abundance of tectonical fractures. That’s why the decision of the question about the role of tectonical fractures in the base, conservation and destruction of oil and gas deposits has a important theoretical and applied importance.
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