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Three high-multiplicity seismic profiles demonstrate the compressional nature of the faulting along the Double Mountain lineament in northeast Garza County in the Permian Basin. NASA high-altitude imagery using Landsat parameters delineate the traces of these faults on the surface.
Both east-west and north-south seismic profiles define the Double Mountain Lineament and the associated faulting. A one-mile-wide pop-up block bound by high-angle reverse faults demonstrates the compressional nature of the faulting. This structure has been drilled with several Strawn and Ellenburger producers, confirming the seismic, high-altitude imagery, and subsurface interpretation.
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