bre530-sup-0001-appendixS1.pdfapplication/PDF9953KAppendix S1. The maps show three sub-areas with the seismic data used for horizon mapping and well data used for stratigraphy control and velocity analysis.
bre530-sup-0002-appendixS2.pdfapplication/PDF7732KAppendix S2. ‘Work flow’ diagram illustrating development of isopach maps on the example of the Paleocene unit; a) wells with TWT-depth data used for development of velocity maps. These wells are also listed in the Table S1; b) velocity map for the Paleocene unit. It is hand-corrected for areas where no data is available and the gridding procedure produces unrealistic values, e.g. too high values close to the coast of Norway, were velocities are relatively lower due to shallow burial; c) seismic lines used for horizon mapping. Two mapped horizons (in this case Base Cenozoic and Top Rogaland) are gridded. These grids are then subtracted to obtain a TWT thickness map, presented in figure d); e) isopach map in metres developed from TWT thickness map and a velocity map
bre530-sup-0003-tableS1.pdfapplication/PDF387KTable S1. Wells used for the velocity analysis in the study area.
bre530-sup-0003-tableS2.pdfapplication/PDF363KTable S2. Depositional rates from selected areas.

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