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Coarse Channelized Deposits and Other Indicators of Slope and Base-of-Slope Environments in Ancient Marine Basins: ABSTRACT

Daniel J. Stanley, Rafael Unrug

AAPG Bulletin

... slope facies assemblage. However, the problem of distinguishing slope from basin-floor sediment remains because criteria for distinguishing facies...

1969

ABSTRACT: Distinguishing Tidal Bank-Margin Accretion Bars from Fluvial Point Bars; #90013 (2003)

Roderick W. Tillman, H. Edward Clifton

Search and Discovery.com

...ABSTRACT: Distinguishing Tidal Bank-Margin Accretion Bars from Fluvial Point Bars; #90013 (2003) Roderick W. Tillman, H. Edward Clifton AAPG Search...

2003

ABSTRACT Distinguishing Climatic from Autogenic Signatures in Alluvial Systems: A Quaternary Perspective with Implications for the Rock Record, #90104 (2010)

Hartley Adrian; Weissmann Gary S.

Search and Discovery.com

...ABSTRACT Distinguishing Climatic from Autogenic Signatures in Alluvial Systems: A Quaternary Perspective with Implications for the Rock Record...

2010

"Tuning" High-Frequency Cyclic Carbonate Platform Successions Using Omission Surfaces: Lower Jurassic of the U.A.E. and Oman

Gordon M. Walkden, Jose De Matos

Special Publications of SEPM

... of omission surfaces depends upon reliably distinguishing between a number of depositional erosional and distinguishing between a number...

2000

Differentiating Amalgamated Parasequences in Deltaic Settings Using Ichnology: An Example From the Upper Turonian Wall Creek Member of the Frontier Formation, Wyoming

Junaid Sadeque, Janok P. Bhattacharya, James A. Maceachern, Charles D. Howell

Special Publications of SEPM

... lithologic expressions of bounding discontinuities are subtle (e.g., MacEachern et al. 1992; MacEachern et al. 1999a,b). In the Cretaceous Western...

2009

Efficient Completions in Anisotropic Shale Gas Formations

Saied Mighani, Carl Sondergeld, Chandra Rai

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

..., E=2.2 * UCS: Uniaxial compressive strength, E: Young’s modulus, υ: Poisson’s ratio, h: horizontal, v: vertical To investigate the degree of elastic...

2014

Mississippian (Lower Carboniferous) Facies Heterogeneity and Distribution within the Mixed Carbonate and Siliciclastic Reservoirs of the Midcontinent STACK play, Oklahoma, USA

Jamar Bynum, Conn Wethington

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

...). Periods between storms allow for extensive vertical and horizontal burrowing where Planolites, Teichichnus, and Phycosiphon traces are identified...

2020

Wave-Influenced Deltaic Sandstone Bodies and Offshore Deposits in the Viking Formation, Hamilton Lake area, South-Central Alberta, Canada

Lynn T. Dafoe, Murray K. Gingras, S. George Pemberton

CSPG Bulletin

... on distinguishing between these deltaic deposits and strata reflecting normal-marine depositional conditions and relating facies within the stratigraphic...

2010

Upper Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Relative Sea-Level Changes, Gulf Coastal Plain of Eastern and Central Alabama: Chapter 17: Sea-Level and Seismic Stratigraphic Studies

David T. King Jr., Michael C. Skotnicki

AAPG Special Volumes

... relief that are marked by facies shifts and discontinuities and are generally mantled by coarse-grained lag deposits. Some stratigraphic breaks...

1992

Displacement Geometry in the Volume Containing a Single Normal Fault

Jim A. M. Barnett , John Mortimer , John H. Rippon , John J. Walsh , Juan Watterson

AAPG Bulletin

... in dip. Displacements contoured on normal faults can be either vertical or horizontal components, or the total displacement. Where the lateral...

1987

Pressure Solution and Porosity

Alan Thomson

Special Publications of SEPM

... contacts, clay coatings around grains, high ratios of horizontal/vertical grain dimensions, and lack of secondary quartz. These features in adjacent...

1959

Laboratory Orientation of Well Cores by Their Magnetic Polarity

Edward D. Lynton

AAPG Bulletin

.... The magnetic system was even changed by suspending the two magnets astatically in a vertical instead of horizontal position. The vertical magnets...

1937

Stage-Level Data Integration to Evaluate the Fracturing Behavior of Horizontal Wells at the Hydraulic Fracturing Test Site (HFTS): An Insight into the Production Performance

Shadi Salahshoor, Debotyam Maity, Jordan Ciezobka

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... vertical producers located within a certain distance from the horizontal wells is also evaluated. A supervised multivariate analysis is used...

2020

Sequence Analysis of the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine and Judith River Formations, Montana: Nonmarine Response to the Claggett and Bearpaw Marine Cycles

Raymond R. Rogers

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... stratigraphic discontinuities updip into fully nonmarine strata of the Campanian Two Medicine and Judith River formations (Western Interior foreland basin...

1998

Alluvial Valleys of the Ganga Plains, India: Timing and Causes of Incision

S.K. Tandon, M.R. Gibling, R. Sinha, V. Singh, P. Ghazanfari, A. Dasgupta, M. Jain, V. Jain

Special Publications of SEPM

... yields, low unit stream power, and high subsidence rates. Although long-term records are sparse, discontinuities are probably uncommon in this area...

2006

Oil Fields of the Central Muenster-Waurika Arch Jefferson County, Oklahoma, and Montague County, Texas

William McBee Jr. , Leslie G. Vaughan

AAPG Special Volumes

... has porosities in excess of 15 per cent and horizontal and vertical permeabilities of more than 50 millidarcies. The oil column is about 300 fe t thick...

1956

BREAKING INTO BAKKEN POTENTIAL ON THE FORT PECK RESERVATION IN NORTHEASTERN MONTANA

LAWRENCE M. MONSON, DUANE F. LUND

Williston Basin Symposium

...: Montana Geological Society, 1991 Guidebook, p. 69-78. -----, 1991b, Criteria for horizontal and vertical prospects...

1991

Chapter 16: Core Examples of Eolian Sandstone

C. J. Schenk

Rocky Mountain Section (SEPM)

... sandstones. Porosity in the massive sandstone averaged 23%, and horizontal and vertical permeabilities averaged 183 md and 180 md, respectively...

1990

THE APPLICATION OF HIGH RESOLUTION SEISMOLOGY TO THE DELINEATION OF FAULTING AND COAL SEAM THICKNESS: A CONTINUING CASE HISTORY

Anthony R. Wagner

North Dakota Geological Society

... was reapplied, and the entire section was output or displayed at a given horizontal and vertical scale. Migration was applied after...

1984

Acoustic Imaging Of Experimental Subaqueous Sediment-Laden Flows And Their Deposits

Mauricio M. Perillo, Brandon Minton, Jim Buttles, David Mohrig

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... and contemporaneous deposition of its sediment and (b) the horizontal and vertical partitioning of mud and sand within a deposit generated by a sediment...

2015

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