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Biogenic Structures in Outcrops and Cores. I. Approaches to Ichnology

Robert W. Frey, S. George Pemberton

CSPG Bulletin

... York: McGraw-Hill, 371p. Aller, R. C. 1982. The effects of macrobenthos on chemical properties of marine sediment and overlying water. In: McCall, P. L...


An Artificial Intelligence Decision Support System for Unconventional Field Development Design

Naser Tamimi, Shirin Samani, Mohsen Minaei, Farshad Harirchi

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

..., number of wells, target depth, horizontal length, spacing between wells, well completion, amount and proportion of water and sand and many more. Clearly...


The Successful Fabrication and Installation of the Banyu Urip Offshore Facilities

Sendi A Putra, Mochamad Subchan

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... Trenched with 2 meters of burial cover out to a 13 meter water depth (~ 7.5 km) and then burial of one pipe diameter out to Kilometer Post (KP) 22.7 (~15 km...


Development Of Phylloid-Algal Carbonate Mounds During Regression: Expanding The Build-And-Fill Model

Stephan C. Oborny, Bradley D. Cramer, Philip H. Heckel, Gregory A. Ludvigson, Robert W. Henthorne

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...-building organisms, basin and/or slope geometry, pre-existing accommodation space (i.e., water depth vs. antecedent topography), and the rates...


Mode of Subduction Collision, and Types of Metallogenesis

Chikao Nishiwaki, Seiya Uyeda

Circum Pacific Council Publications

... of plate tectonics has e n j o y e d m u c h refinement and reinforcement in m a n y fields of theoretical studies a n d applications in r e s o u r c...


Seismic and Geochemical Evidence for Shallow Gas in Sediment on Navarin Continental Margin, Bering Sea

Paul R. Carlson, Margaret Golan-Bac, Herman A. Karl, Keith A. Kvenvolden

AAPG Bulletin

... A. Karl, Keith A. Kvenvolden 1985 422 436 69 3. (March) Marine seismic studies coupled with geochemical investigations demonstrate that hydrocarbon...


Birth, Growth and Death of the Middle Cambrian Cathedral Carbonate Lithosome, Southern Rocky Mountains

J.D. Aitken

CSPG Bulletin

... of the events of its formation. The Mount Whyte-Cathedral Grand Cycle commenced with marine transgression across an erosional surface at about the beginning...


Limestone Reefs of West Central Texas

Sidney L. Harris

Abilene Geological Society

... in his studies of "Florida and Bahama Deposits" has shown that algae constitute the bulk of most of the reefs, and that without the reinforcement...


Distribution and Generation of the Overpressure System, Eastern Delaware Basin, Western Texas and Southern New Mexico

Ming Luo , Mark R. Baker , David V. LeMone

AAPG Bulletin

... Texas and New Mexico counties. The depth of the overpressure system ranges from 3100 to 5400 m. The normal fluid pressure gradient is 0.0103 MPa/m...



K. O. Emery, Elazar Uchupi

AAPG Special Volumes

... and that the motion of the current at depth had been measured by the use of primitive drogues. Maury attributed the cold water to the Labrador Current...


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

.... 333-362. Harper, G. D., 1985, Tectonics of slow spreading mid-ocean ridges and consequences of a variable depth to the brittle/ductile transition...



K. O. Emery, Elazar Uchupi

AAPG Special Volumes

... dredging was unlikely to provide many surprises. Since World War II much new information has become available about the rocks at depth below the ocean floor...


Field Guide for Valley-Fill, Estuarine and Shelf Ridge Sandstones, Mid-Cretaceous Frontier Formation, Central Wyoming

Roderick W. Tillman, E. Allen Merewether

Rocky Mountain Section (SEPM)

... of Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey Geologic Map, scale: 1: 500,000. Massare, J. A., and L. E. Dain, 1989, The marine reptiles of the Mowry Shale (Albian...


Remote sensing detection of heavy oil through spectral enhancement techniques in the western slope zone of Songliao Basin, China

Guifang Zhang, Lejun Zou, Xiaohua Shen, Shanlong Lu, Changjiang Li, Hanlin Chen

AAPG Bulletin

.... 14, p. 117.Niu, J. Y., and J. Y. Hu, 1999, Formation and distribution of heavy oil and tar sands in China: Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 16, p...


Pattern of Sediment Transport in a Microtidal River Mouth Using Geostatistical Sediment-Trend Analysis

Gregoire M. Maillet, Emmanuel Poizot, Francois Sabatier, Claude Vella, Yann Mear

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... in the coarsest fraction (> 3.3 φ ~ 100 μm) due to the marine inputs. When the discharge exceeds the threshold of the medium flood event, a reinforcement of river...


Bioclastic Carbonate Sedimentation on a High-latitude, Tide-dominated Shelf: Northeast Orkney Islands, Scotland (1)

George E. Farrow , N. Henry Allen , Etie Ben Akpan

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... Regional sandwave orientations reveal a clockwise transport of sediment around the islands, probably resulting from storm-wave reinforcement...


Production Forecasting in Shale Reservoirs through Conventional DCA and Machine/Deep Learning Methods

Cenk Temizel, Celal Hakan Canbaz, Onder Saracoglu, Dike Putra, Ali Baser, Tomi Erfando, Shanker Krishna, Luigi Saputelli

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... of the field of application. ML algorithms are generally classified as a) Supervised, b) Unsupervised and d) Reinforcement. Figure 1. Flow-chart...


Fluvial Bars Reconstructed from a Deep, Straight Channel, Upper Carboniferous Coalfield of Northeast England

R. Stuart Haszeldine

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... accurate estimates to be made of channel depth, width, and flow variation. Channel processes were not related to local climate, but to bank stability...


Security System in Oil and Gas Industry

Eko Supriyadi

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... Security code) in which a port facility security officer (PFSO) – a person expectedly with strong marine background – is specifically assigned among...


Visual And Noise Pollution Blows UK Windfarms Offshore

PESA Staff

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... lan for the grid deve lopment and reinforcement The electricity grid w ill need to be adapted to accommodate increasing levels of renewable capacity...


A Practical Case of Offshore Environment Protection in the Mahakam Area

Paul A. Wiet, Triadjie Poerwanto

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... Tengah Blocks (Offshore East Kalimantan) Oil/Gas Field Figure 2. Bekapai Field The average water depth is 32 m. The sea bottom is rather flat and very...


An Introduction to Deep Learning: Part II

Lasse Amundsen, Hongbo Zhou, Martin Landrø

GEO ExPro Magazine

... neural networks, reinforcement learning and a Monte Carlo tree search to find its moves based on knowledge previously learned by an artificial neural...


Western North America--U.S. and Canada, After 1920: Chapter 13: PART IV. ALASKA

Edgar Wesley Owen

AAPG Special Volumes

... in 1957. The first geologists to visit Alaska were members of marine expeditions exploring and charting the coasts during the first half of the nineteenth...


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