Manuscripts in preparation

[in preparation]

[ms] Is the Central Atlantic Rift thermal signature recorded and preserved in apatite fission tracks?

Charton et al.

[ms] Potential insight into Mesozoic detritic systems in Morocco: the powerful combination of low temperature thermochronology datasets and landscape evolution models

Charton et al.

[ms] Phanerozoic km-scale vertical movements in the rims of the Central Atlantic Ocean

Charton et al.


[in review]

[Pre-print] Integrated multi-proxy source-to-sink analysis of the Lower Cretaceous of the Essaouira-Agadir Basin, Morocco.

Emmanuel Roquette, James Lovell Kennedy, Leonardo Muniz Pichel, Stefan Schröder, Rémi Charton, Ian Millar, & Jonathan Redfern


Refereed articles

[#8 | Open Access] Syn-depositional Mesozoic siliciclastic pathways on the Moroccan Atlantic margin linked to evaporite mobilisation

Rémi Charton, Christian Kluge, David Fernández-Blanco, Aude Duval-Arnould, Orrin Bryers, Jonathan Redfern, & Giovanni Bertotti

in Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, Volume 128 of June 2021.


[#7] Early post-rift depositional systems of the Central Atlantic: Lower and Middle Jurassic of the Essaouira-Agadir Basin, Morocco.

Aude Duval-Arnould, Stefan Schröder, Rémi Charton, Rémi Joussiaume, Philippe Razin, & Jonathan Redfern

in Journal of African Earth Sciences, Volume 178 of June 2021.


[#6 | Open Access] Low‐temperature thermochronology as a control on vertical movements for semi‐quantitative Source‐to‐Sink analysis: A case study for the Permian to Neogene of Morocco and surroundings

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Aude Duval Arnould, Joep E.A. Storms, & Jonathan Redfern

in Basin Research, Volume 33 of April 2021.


[#5 | Open Access] Anticline growth by shortening during crustal exhumation of the Moroccan Atlantic margin

David Fernández-Blanco, Mohamed Gouiza, Rémi Charton, Christian Kluge, J. Klaver, K. Brautigam, & Giovanni Bertotti

in Journal of Structural Geology, Volume 140 of November 2020.


[#4] New evidence of 'Anomalous' Vertical Movements along the hinterland of the Atlantic NW African margin

Mohamed Gouiza, Giovanni Bertotti, Rémi Charton, K. Haimoudane, I. Dunklan, & A. Anczkiewicz

in Journal of Geophysical Research Solid Earth, Volume 124 of November 2019.


[#3] The Sidi Ifni transect across the rifted margin of Morocco (Central Atlantic): Vertical movements constrained by low-temperature thermochronology

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Angel Arantegui, & Luc Bulot

in Journal of African Earth Sciences, Volume 141 of April 2018 (Post-print).


[#2 | Open Access] Post-Variscan evolution of the Anti-Atlas belt of Morocco constrained from low-temperature geochronology.

Mohamed Gouiza, Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Paul Andriessen, & Joep Storms

in International Journal of Earth Sciences, Volume 106 of March 2017


[#1 | Open Access] Reactive transport modelling of carbonate cementation in a deep saline aquifer, the Middle Jurassic Oolithe Blanche Formation, Paris Basin, France.

Sophie Violette, Pierre-Yves Collin, Vincent Lagneau, Fabien Aubertin, Yasin Makhloufi, Rémi Charton, & Françoise Bergerat

in Comptes Rendus Geoscience, Volume 348 of September-October 2016

Conferences

[upcoming]

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[presented]

[#29| Oral] Reservoir quality prediction for the TAG-I play across Eastern Morocco PESGB Africa Abstract

James Lovell-Kennedy, Jonathan Redfern, Rémi Charton, Stefan Schröder, John Argen, & Daniele Tripone.

PESGB AFRICA, Virtual conference, September 2021.

[#28| Oral] Influence of hinterland movements on mixed carbonate-siliciclastic shelf margin. Jurassic, Moroccan Atlantic Margin.

Aude Duval-Arnould, Rémi Charton, Stefan Schröder, & Jonathan Redfern.

IAS, Meeting of Sedimentology, Virtual conference, June 2021.

[#27 | Oral] Is the Central Atlantic Rift thermal signature recorded and preserved in apatite fission tracks?

Rémi Charton, Mohamed Gouiza, Quinten Boersma, & Giovanni Bertotti.

NAC, Nederlands Aardwetenschappelijk Congres, Utrecht (The Netherlands), March 2020.

[#26 | Oral] Modelling the dynamicity of past source-to-sink systems: An example from Morocco.

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, & Jonathan Redfern.

NAC, Nederlands Aardwetenschappelijk Congres, Utrecht (The Netherlands), March 2020.

[#25 | Booth] NARG GIS Database: 20 years worth of research on a map.

Rémi Charton & the NARG members.

PESGB Africa Conference, London (United Kingdom), September 2019.

[#24 | Booth] NARG Theses & Publications: Celebrating 20 years of research in North Africa.

Rémi Charton & the NARG members.

PESGB Africa Conference, London (United Kingdom), September 2019.

[#23 | Oral] The interplay of carbonate platforms and siliciclastic influx during the Jurassic along the Moroccan Atlantic Margin: Controls and impact on reservoir distribution.

Aude Duval-Arnould, Angel Arantegui, Rémi Charton, Emmanuel Roquette, Stefan Schröder, Luc Bulot, & Jonathan Redfern.

PESGB Africa Conference,London (United Kingdom), September 2019.

[#22 | Poster] The problem with Provenance: Dominant biases in provenance studies.

Emmanuel Roquette, Rémi Charton, Stefan Schröder, & Jonathan Redfern.

PESGB Africa Conference, London (United Kingdom), September 2019.

[#21 | Poster] Exhumation and sediment production during the late syn-rift and early post-rift evolution of the Moroccan Atlantic Margin.

Giovanni Bertotti, Rémi Charton, Angel Arantegui, Tim Luber, & Jonathan Redfern.

PESGB Africa Conference, London (United Kingdom), September 2019.

[#20 | Poster] From time-temperature modelling to source and sink maps: Example from the Phanerozoic in Morocco.

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Joep Storms, Aude Duval-Arnould, & Jonathan Redfern.

EGU General Assembly 2019, Vienna (Austria), April 2019.

[#19 | Poster] Modelling the dynamicity of past source-to-sink systems: Pilot study in the Anti-Atlas of Morocco.

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, & Jonathan Redfern.

NAC, Nederlands Aardwetenschappelijk Congres, Utrecht (The Netherlands), March 2019.

[#18 | Oral] Examining controls on sediment delivery into a passive continental margin: a 200Myr source-to-sink record on the Moroccan Atlantic Margin.

Jonathan Redfern, Tim Luber, Rémi Charton, Luc Bulot, & Giovanni Bertotti.

Conjugate Margin Conference 2018, Halifax (Canada), August.

[#17 | Invited Oral] A quantitative and qualitative study of Phanerozoic km-scale vertical movements in Morocco .

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Joep Storms and Jonathan Redfern.

TNO LUPRA, Utrecht (The Netherlands), May 2018.

[#16 | Oral] 200Myr of source-to-sink relations from a rift-passive continental margin: examining controls on sediment delivery.

Giovanni Bertotti, Tim Luber, Rémi Charton, Luc Bulot, & Jonathan Redfern.

AAPG European Regional 2018, Lisbon (Portugal), May 2018.

[#15 | Oral] Deciphering Phanerozoic km-scale vertical movements in Morocco: A qualitative and quantitative study of Post-Variscan Source-to-Sink systems.

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Tim Luber, Angel Arantegui, & Jonathan Redfern.

AAPG/SEG International Conference and Exhibition (ICE), London, October 2017.

[#14 | Poster] Post-Rift Tectonics in Rifted Margins and Surrounding Domains.

Mohamed Gouiza, Giovanni Bertotti, Rémi Charton, & Paul Andriessen.

AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition, Houston (USA), April. Poster

[#13 | Poster] The Ifni Transect across the Morocco passive continental margin: syn- and post-rift anomalous vertical movements in the eastern Central Atlantic passive margin.

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Angel Arantegui, Tim Luber, & Jonathan Redfern.

EGU General Assembly, Vienna (Austria), April 2017.

[#13 | Invited Oral] Deciphering Phanerozoic km-scale vertical movements in Morocco: A qualitative and quantitative study of Post-Variscan Source-to-Sink systems.

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Joep Storms & Jonathan Redfern.

PGK Monthly Lecture, The Hague (The Netherlands), February 2017.

[#12 | Oral] Mitigating Early Cretaceous Reservoir Risk Along the Offshore Morocco Passive Margin Through Analysis of the Coastal Delivery Systems Exposed in the Agadir-Essaouira Basin.

Tim Luber, Jonathan Redfern, Luc Bulot, Angel Arantegui, Rémi Charton, & Giovanni Bertotti.

AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, Calgary (Canada), June 2016.

[#11 | Oral] Evidence and Timing of a Forced-Regressive System in Passive Continental Margin Setting. The Late Barremian to Aptian of the Essaouira-Agadir Basin, Morocco.

Tim Luber, Jonathan Redfern, Luc Bulot, Angel Arantegui, Rémi Charton, & Giovanni Bertotti.

IAS, Meeting of Sedimentology, Marrakesh (Morocco), May 2016.

[#10 | Oral] Temporal and spatial evolution of Mesozoic drainage systems feeding the deepwater Atlantic passive margin of Morocco: Tarfaya Basin.

Angel Arantegui, Tim Luber, Rémi Charton, Mike Simmons, Giovanni Bertotti, & Jonathan Redfern.

IAS, Meeting of Sedimentology, Marrakesh (Morocco), May 2016.

[#9 | Poster] Tectonics and sedimentology of post-rift anomalous vertical movements: the rifted margin of Morocco.

Giovanni Bertotti, Rémi Charton, Tim Luber, Angel Arantegui, & Jonathan Redfern.

EGU General Assembly, Vienna (Austria), April 2016.

[#8 | Poster] Post-Variscan vertical movements in Morocco: Implications for Mesozoic source-to-sink systems.

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Joep Storms, Mohamed Gouiza, Angel Arantegui, Tim Luber, Aude Duval Arnould, & Jonathan Redfern.

NAC, Nederlands Aardwetenschappelijk Congres, Veldhoven (The Netherlands), April 2016.

[#7 | Oral] Post-Variscan thermal histories in Morocco: Implications for Mesozoic source-to-sink systems.

Rémi Charton, Giovanni Bertotti, Joep Storms, Mohamed Gouiza, Angel Arantegui, Tim Luber, Aude Duval Arnould, & Jonathan Redfern.

AAPG/SEG International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) 2016, Barcelona (Spain), April 2016.

[#6 | Oral] The Upper Jurassic-lower Cretaceous Siliciclastic System in the Morocco Offshore - Prevenance, Transport and Deposition.

Giovanni Bertotti, Angel Arantegui, Rémi Charton, Tim Luber, & Jonathan Redfern, 2015.

EAGE Conference and Exhibition, Madrid (Spain), June 2015.

[#5 | Oral] Insights into post-rift vertical movements of a mountain range in a passive margin setting: the thermal history of the Anti-Atlas across a WSW/ENE transect (Morocco).

Rémi Charton, Mohamed Gouiza, Giovanni Bertotti, Angel Arantegui, Tim Luber, & Joep Storms.

AAPG European Regional, Lisbon (Portugal), May 2015.

[#4 | Oral] Hunting Early Cretaceous clastic reservoirs along a complex "passive " margin. A multi- disciplinary source to sink study from the Atlantic Agadir-Essaouira Basin, Morocco.

Tim Luber, Angel Arantegui, Rémi Charton, Jonathan Redfern, & Giovanni Bertotti.

AAPG European Regional, Lisbon (Portugal), May 2015.

[#3 | Poster] A segmented source-to-sink study of an intricate “passive” continental margin. A case study from the Atlantic of NW Africa, Morocco.

Tim Luber, Rémi Charton, Angel Arantegui, Jonathan Redfern, & Giovanni Bertotti.

AAPG European Regional, Lisbon (Portugal), May 2015.

[#2 | Poster] Insights into post-rift vertical movements of a mountain range in a passive margin setting: The Anti-Atlas of Morocco.

Rémi Charton, Mohamed Gouiza, Giovanni Bertotti, Joep E.A. Storms, Angel Arantegui, & Tim Luber.

TUDelft Research Meeting, Delft (The Netherlands), January 2015.

[#1 | Poster] Diagenetic signature of Middle Jurassic carbonate formations from the W Paris Basin. Improving our understanding of fluid paleo-circulations.

Rémi Charton, Pierre-Yves Collin, Yasin Makhloufi, Françoise Bergerat, Pascal Audigane, & Eric Lasseur.

ASF, Paris (France), November 2013.

Others

[PhD Thesis]

Phanerozoic Vertical Movements in Morocco

Rémi Charton

Prof. Giovanni Bertotti (TUDelft), Dr. Joep E.A. Storms (TUdelft), and Prof. Jonathan Redfern (University of Manchester)

TUDelft | May 2018


[MSc Thesis]

Diagenetic history of Bathonian formations (Middle Jurassic) from the northwestern and southwestern edges of the Paris Basin

Rémi Charton

Dr. Pierre-Yves Collin (University of Burgundy)

Université de Bourgogne | May 2013


[BSc thesis]

The Formation of the West-European Rift (WER). The case of the Massif Central rift.

Rémi Charton

Dr. Jacques Bonvalot (University of Burgundy)

Université de Bourgogne | May 2011