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Characterizing Shallow Seismic Anomalies; #42086 (2017)

Satinder Chopra, Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Graziella Kirtland Grech, Bent Erlend Kjolhamar

Search and Discovery.com

... of interest. A cursory examination of the 3-D seismic volume (by way of vertical and horizontal sections) reveals bright amplitude anomalies...

2017

Discontinuity Surfaces and Correlation in the Sierra De El Abra

Charles J. Minero

Dallas Geological Society

... the subaerial origin of discontinuities. In the El Abra quarries these surfaces and immediately subjacent rocks comprise an association of diagenetic...

1983

Seismic geomorphology and high-resolution seismic stratigraphy of inner-shelf fluvial, estuarine, deltaic, and marine sequences, Gulf of Thailand

Hernan M. Reijenstein, Henry W. Posamentier, Janok P. Bhattacharya

AAPG Bulletin

... to allow much higher resolution of stratigraphic discontinuities. With a vertical resolution approximately 25 times greater than the 3-D seismic data...

2011

Evolution of Normal Faults:Displacement Patterns in 3D Seismic Data from the Eastern Levant Basin; #11309 (2020)

Nadav Navon, Benjamin Medvedev, Amotz Agnon

Search and Discovery.com

... striking normal faults, respectively. Four sampled faults yield distinguishable types of growth: (1) Blind fault, where both horizontal and vertical...

Unknown

Facies Assemblages on Distributive Fluvial Systems; #50420 (2011)

Stephanie Davidson, Adrian Hartley, Gary Weissmann, Gary Nichols, and Louis Scuderi

Search and Discovery.com

... d facies l ti hi largely controlled by:  Discharge and sediment supply (catchment)  Tectonic regime (controls available horizontal and vertical...

2011

The Role of Climate Variation in Sequence Stratigraphy: Lessons from Analogue Modelling; #41170 (2013)

Jochem Bijkerk, Johan ten Veen, George Postma, and Daniel Mikes

Search and Discovery.com

... as well. 14 Presenter’s notes: Besides erosion deposition maps and architectural panels measurements are made of the horizontal and vertical...

2013

Chapter 14: Structural Relationships between Surface Lineaments and Basement Faulting in the Northeastern Williston Basin

Fred J. Anderson

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

... 392 Vertical to sub-vertical faults, interpreted from structural analysis of 2D seismic profiles, are rooted in the Precambrian basement...

2011

New Data on the Tectonics of the North of the Bukharo-Khivin Oil-Gas Province

B. M. Geyman, N. S. Kokina

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... plan corresponds to a subsidence to the southeast of the discontinuities at depth (Fig. 1). Figure 1. Outline of the regional background. The outline...

1958

ABSTRACT: Rejuvenation of a Mature Field Through Application of a Unique Frequency Enhancement Technology; #90007 (2002)

Marcus L. Countiss

Search and Discovery.com

... variations between wells but were hard pressed to visualize this level of depositional complexity with the currently available seismic. Distinguishing...

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Classification of Modern Bahamian Carbonate Sediments

John Imbrie , Edward G. Purdy

AAPG Special Volumes

... by discontinuities in the ranges of their observed properties. A statistical scheme for identifying discrete sample groupings (if they exist) in a set...

1962

Method of Differentiation and Correlation of the Oil-Bearing Sediments of the Devonian of Bashkiria

A. R. Kinzikeev

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... of expression of the continuous - discontinuous directional process is necessary and sufficient for distinguishing the natural history stages of development...

1960

Geophysical Framework of Northern End of Gulf of California Structural Province

Shawn Biehler , Robert L. Kovach , Clarence R. Allen

AAPG Special Volumes

... zones in the middle of the valley are extrapolated from section A-B, Figure 6. Note that ratio of horizontal to vertical scales is different on Figures...

1964

A new technology for the characterization of microfractured reservoirs (test case: Unayzah reservoir, Wudayhi field, Saudi Arabia)

Mohammed S. Ameen, Ernest A. Hailwood

AAPG Bulletin

... into three mutually perpendicular stresses, referred to as maximum horizontal stress (H), minimum horizontal stress (h), and vertical stress (V...

2008

Turbidite Systems in the Inner Forearc Domain of the Hikurangi Convergent Margin (New Zealand): New Constraints on the Development of Trench-Slope Basins

Julien Bailleul, Cecile Robin, Frank Chanier, Francois Guillocheau, Brad Field, Jacky Ferriere

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... Vertical successions of facies in each section were then used to identify major discontinuities (characterized by sharp facies changes...

2007

The Gay Mine, Fort Hall, Idaho

William O. Schmitt

Utah Geological Association

... procedures. Figure 3. The Gay Mine Meade Peak Member, showing structural discontinuities in stratigraphic sequence. (Courtesy FMC Corp.) Thrust faulting...

1967

Chapter 6: Natural and Remotely-Sensed Fractures in Badger Basin

Cheryl Jaworowski, Rose Gonzales

Montana Geological Society

... discontinuities in the fluid-flow regime (Figure 6-10). These discontinuities in the fluid-flow regime follow northeast, north, and northwest trends...

1997

Small Scale Aeolian Bedforms

John M. Ellwood, Peter D. Evans, and Ian G. Wilson

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... ever been given for distinguishing between them when wavelenhts are in the 15-30 cm range. Never doubting that the division existed, we set out...

1975

Hierarchical Architecture of Sequences and Bounding Surfaces In A Depositional-Dip Transect of the Fluvio-Deltaic Ferron Sandstone (Turonian), Southeastern Utah, U.S.A.

Jesse T. Korus, Christopher R. Fielding

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... architecture of fundamental sequences in depositional strike (left side) and dip (right side) profiles. Facies transitions, horizontal and vertical scales...

2017

Possibilities for Subsurface Waste Disposal in a Structural Syncline in Pennsylvania

John E. Hardaway

AAPG Special Volumes

... to the easy formation of fractures in both horizontal and vertical planes away from the injection wells. The Tuscarora is relatively more competent...

1968

Biological and Ecological Information from Physical and Chemical Properties of Skeletal Carbonates: ABSTRACT

H. A. Lowenstam

AAPG Bulletin

... individual ecologic factor and of distinguishing these from physiologically controlled effects. Application of these approaches to paleoecological...

1965

Abstract: Sedimentological Criteria for Distinguishing Stacked Dune-trough Muds from Muds in Inclined Heterolithic Strata in the Subsurface … Insights from McMurray Formation Outcrops and Modern Analogues; #90187 (2014)

Milovan Fustic, Robert Dalrymple, Rudy Strobl, Bryce Jablonski, Eirik Vik, and Allard Martinius

Search and Discovery.com

...Abstract: Sedimentological Criteria for Distinguishing Stacked Dune-trough Muds from Muds in Inclined Heterolithic Strata in the Subsurface...

2014

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