By Soumyajit Mukherjee
This ebook contains unique and overview articles on a number of features of petroleum geosciences from Indian terrains, either onshore and offshore, and comprises various geological (tectonic, sedimentological, natural geochemical, paleontological, stratigraphic, modelling and numerous others), geophysical equipment and coverage aspects.
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It has been earlier believed that the northern Mascarene Basin sector evolved due to ocean crust accretion between the Seychelles Plateau and the north-eastern edge of the Madagascar peninsula, whereas the southern Mascarene Basin evolved by ocean crust accretion between the continental margins off western India and the eastern Madagascar. The Mascarene Basin appears as the northwestern continuation of the Madagascar Basin. However these two basins, despite geographical contiguity, are considered as two separate entities due to following reasons.
6 Ma chron C30no (f) MAD CK E MDR 10˚N AnE WgE AnE MAD 20˚S TC AT SPB WgE LCP LCP ? ? 20˚S SPB WgE SEY 10˚S ? NPB KG CG 0˚ 0˚ SLK 10˚N 50˚ 60˚ 70˚E Fig. 7 (continued) Gondwanaland seems to have resulted from its interaction with a series of hotspots or mantle plumes and the Karoo mega-plume effect is considered to be the cause (Lawver et al. 1998) of the ﬁrst split of the Gondwanaland into two halves, the east Gondwanaland and the west Gondwanaland. This split was manifested with the commencement of seafloor spreading at *150 Ma (chron M22, Late Jurassic) between those two halves along short E-W trending spreading segments offset by long N-S trending transform faults.
We however adopted the Indian–African plate rotation parameters of Eagles and Wibisono (2013) for period younger to chron C34ny. We felt that the chron C34ny rotation parameters estimate of Eagles and Wibisono (2013) is not well-constrained as they had chron C34ny pick only in one flank of the Mascarene Basin. Therefore, we estimated the Indian–African plate rotation parameters for the chron C34ny and further close-ﬁt by trial and error until we got an improved ﬁt for the ATTC and the bathymetric notch of the northern Madagascar Ridge.
Petroleum Geosciences: Indian Contexts by Soumyajit Mukherjee