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Abstract: Targeted Infill Drilling at Stratton Field Using 3-D Seismic

John R. Suydam, Dale T. Reitz

GCAGS Transactions

... structural interpretation presented many more fault traps than were apparent in the 2-D seismic interpretation. So far, all of the new wells drilled within...


Relation of Volcanic Rocks to the Heart Mountain Fault

William G. Pierce

Wyoming Geological Association

... of the volcanic rocks rather than stratigraphic data for structural interpretation. The stratigraphic controls which are used to determine the relations...


Evidence for right-oblique-slip on a northern segment of the Big Trails fault system, southern Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming

Alan J. Ver Ploeg, Phillip L. Greer

Montana Geological Society

... with confining and releasing bends and the trace of the main fault is near vertical in profile. Vertical offset, i.e., stratigraphic separation...


Evidence for Right-Oblique-Slip on a Northern Segment of the Big Trails Fault System, Southern Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming

Alan J. Ver Ploeg, Phillip L. Greer

Wyoming Geological Association

..., stratigraphic separation, which is down to the west on the fault, ranges from almost zero on the north end to a maximum of more than 4500 feet near...


Fault Seal Analysis: A Case Study of the Temana Field, Offshore Sarawak, Malaysia (Paper 12)

Shutaro Hasegawa, Naofumi Sakuyama, Syoji Iwanaga, Othman Ali Mahmud

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... varied at different stratigraphic levels on the fault surface, and (li) to apply to and test FAULTAP on an actual field for further development...


Chapter 12: Increasing Interpreter Capability in Structurally Complex Settings through Combined Fieldwork, Interpretation, and Geocellular Modeling

John G. Solum, Stephen J. Jolley, Benjamin D. Meyer

AAPG Special Volumes

... the opportunity to create a geologically valid interpretation that can be used for fault property prediction or reservoir model creation. This three-pronged...


Abstract: Interpretation Case Study of 3-D Seismic Data from the Gulf of Mexico

Taher M. Sodagar, Abu K. M. Sarwar

GCAGS Transactions

... is to present a three-dimensional interpretation of the structural and stratigraphic settings of this seismic offshore data set. The main goal is to find...


Reply (To Comment on Article by R. S. Yeats on Low-Shake Faults of the Ventura Basin, CaliforniaŽ)

Robert S. Yeats

Pacific Section SEPM

... of my interpretation of the Ventura fault, U.S.G.S. micropaleontologists should examine the ditch samples of critical wells such as Shell A . Wood 1...


Upscaling Fault Flow Properties for Evaluation of Cross-Fault Flow, #41390 (2014)

Alton A. Brown, Russell K. Davies

Search and

... resistance than the damage zone, cross-fault flow resistance interpretation can be simplified to analysis of the fault core rather than considering both...


Slump Faulting Along the Rim of the Markley Gorge, Sacramento Basin, California

William F. Edmondson

Pacific Section of AAPG

... for a slump fault interpretation. Almgren, A.A., 1984, Timing of Tertiary Submarine Canyons and Marine Cycles of Deposition in the Southern Sacramento...


Seismic Interpretation: Part 7. Geophysical Methods

D. C. Nester, Michael J. Padgett

AAPG Special Volumes

... as to what types of structures, faulting, and stratigraphic geometries may exist. The interpretation of fault styles, structural geometries, and facies...


Know Your Faults!: Part I

Rasoul Sorkhabi

GEO ExPro Magazine

... a look at fault geometry RASOUL SORKHABI, PH.D. In 1921, Richard Oldham delivered his presidential address at the annual meeting of the Geological...


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