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Model of formation of a pockmark integrating three main phases of fluid migration. The first phase started on Early Oxfordian, remobilizing biogenic fluids from the local host formations, and ended on Late Oxfordian with sub-site R. The second phase corresponds to a fluid migration coming from Pliensbachian, Late Toarcian and Bajocian levels that occurred during Cretaceous (probably Early Cretaceous). The last phase is related to bitumen-bearing fluids that were expelled along faults during the regional salt diapir rising dated of Mio-Pliocene in the SE basin of France.
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