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Regional Stratigraphic and Facies Relationships in the Mission Canyon Formation, North Dakota Portion of the Williston Basin

David M. Petty

Rocky Mountain Section (SEPM)

... and intervals) defined by bounding discontinuities which are expressed as marker beds on logs. Zones are the thinnest mappable stratigraphic units...

1996

The Petrology of a Composite Vertical Section of Cincinnatian Series Limestones (Upper Ordovician) of Southwestern Ohio, Southeastern Indiana, and Northern Kentucky

Wayne D. Martin

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...The Petrology of a Composite Vertical Section of Cincinnatian Series Limestones (Upper Ordovician) of Southwestern Ohio, Southeastern Indiana...

1975

Nature and Distribution of Mississippian Sun River Dolomite Porosity, West Flank of the Sweetgrass Arch, Northwestern Montana

Ira Pasternack

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

...) a northwest-southeast trend that parallels the Sweetgrass Arch. This fault/flexure pattern is probably inherited from basement discontinuities...

1988

The Recognition and Interpretation of Paleokarsts: Two Examples from the Lower Carboniferous of South Wales

V. P. Wright

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... they provide evidence of subaerial exposure and stratigraphic discontinuities but can also provide much information on paleoenvironments. The morphologies...

1982

Textures and Geochemistry of Authigenic Albite from Miocene Sandstones, Louisiana Gulf Coast

Paul B. Gold

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...) that shed detritus into the Gulf Coast Miocene drainage basin. Some of the albite grains may be detrital in origin. Distinguishing detrital from authigenic...

1987

Application of Production Decline Curve Analysis to Clastic Reservoir Facies Characterization within a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework: Example„Frio Formation, South Texas

John D. Pigott, Bryant W. Bradley

GCAGS Journal

... level, such stasis in vertical accommodation accompanying an autocyclic sediment influx yields a decrease in the downdip horizontal accommodation...

2014

Sedimentary Facies, Sea-level History, and Paleogeography of the Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Providence Sand, Central and Eastern Coastal Plain of Alabama

David T. King, Jr. , Michael C. Skotnicki , Janet P Abbott-King

GCAGS Transactions

... by distinct stratigraphic breaks. These breaks are surfaces of different relief delineated by facies shifts and discontinuities. The surfaces...

1991

Analysis of fault damage zones using three-dimensional seismic coherence in the Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma

Zonghu Liao, Hui Liu, Brett M. Carpenter, Kurt J. Marfurt, and Ze’ev Reches

AAPG Bulletin

... distinguishing features: (1) it is a vertical fault with several subparallel vertical segments (Liao et al., 2013), which is a typical feature of strike...

2019

Detecting Fault-Related Hydrocarbon Migration Pathways in Seismic Data: Implications for Fault-Seal, Pressure, and Charge Prediction

David L. Connolly, Friso Brouwer, and David Walraven

GCAGS Transactions

... on pressure versus depth relationships in the North Sea, the vertical stress is greater than horizontal stress, indicating a normal fault regime...

2008

Controls On the Geometry And Evolution of Humid-Tropical Fluvial Systems: Insights From 3D Seismic Geomorphological Analysis of the Malay Basin, Sunda Shelf, Southeast Asia

Faisal A. Alqahtani,, Christopher A.-L Jackson, Howard D. Johnson, M. Rapi B. Som

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... 2007) (Fig. 4A). Fig. 6. 3D seismic cubes showing the horizontal and vertical seismic expression of different types of channels. Six main types...

2017

Petroleum Geology, Volume 2, Issue 3B; Frontmatter

James W. Clarke

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... for distinguishing reservoirs in carbonate sections. N. A. Perkov page 271 Method of control of hydrochloric acid treatment of a bed by radioactive isotopes...

1958

ABSTRACT: Mud Gas Isotope Analysis of a Shale Gas Deviated Well

Kevin Ferworn, John Zumberge, Stephen Brown, Wally Dow

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

... the vertical and horizontal section of a shale gas deviated well. Of particular interest was predicting the thermal maturity of the entrained gas...

2006

Does Sequence Stratigraphy Need Biostratigraphy?: Abstract

R. W. Scott

Tulsa Geological Society

.... The timing of sea level changes and their correlation within and between basins is essential for distinguishing the relative effects of basinal...

1996

Chemical Composition of Siderite Nodules in the Environmental Classification of Shales: ABSTRACT

Jon N. Weber, Eugene G. Williams

AAPG Bulletin

..., six-variable discriminant permits complete separation of individual FW and M samples, but is less successful in distinguishing the brackish...

1965

Geochemical Prospecting at Sea: ABSTRACT

D. A. Jeffrey, W. M. Zarrella

AAPG Bulletin

... abnormally high hydrocarbon backgrounds. The specific signature of hydrocarbon distributions in the sea also has the potential of distinguishing the types...

1970

Evaporitic Environments and Their Relationship to Porosity of Associated Carbonates in Williston Basin (Mississippian): ABSTRACT

M. Roth, B. C. Schreiber

AAPG Bulletin

... in distinguishing early from late phases of diagenesis. End_of_Article - Last_Page 626...

1982

Culmination Collapse in Fanjah Saddle, Oman: ABSTRACT

Dana Q. Coffield

AAPG Bulletin

... by the emplacement of the overlying nappes. The final result is a complex internal geometry and distribution pattern of structures. Distinguishing...

1984

Benthic Foraminiferal Morphology: New Approach to Paleodepth Interpretations in Northern Gulf of Mexico: ABSTRACT

Stephen J. Culver, Anthony C. Gary, Martin A. Buzas

AAPG Bulletin

... morphologic variables were most important in distinguishing the various biofacies. This approach to paleobathymetric interpretations should be applicable...

1985

Distinguishing Organic Matter Pores Associated With Depositional Organic Matter versus Migrated Organic Matter in Mudrocks; #80477 (2015)

Robert G. Loucks, Robert M. Reed

Search and Discovery.com

...Distinguishing Organic Matter Pores Associated With Depositional Organic Matter versus Migrated Organic Matter in Mudrocks; #80477 (2015) Robert G...

2015

The Miocene New Jersey Passive Margin as a Model for the Distribution of Sedimentary Organic Matter in Siliciclastic Deposits

Caroline Pellaton, Georges E. Gorin

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... Some parameters, especially the continental/marine ratio, can be used as proxies for the sedimentological interpretation of sites and for distinguishing...

2005

Abstract: Scanning-Electron-Microscope Petrographic Evidence for Distinguishing Organic-Matter Pores Associated with Depositional Organic Matter versus Migrated Organic Matter in Mudrocks

Robert G. Loucks, Robert M. Reed

GCAGS Transactions

...Abstract: Scanning-Electron-Microscope Petrographic Evidence for Distinguishing Organic-Matter Pores Associated with Depositional Organic Matter...

2014

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