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Channel Sequence Development in Aggradational Streams with Example from South Canadian River, Texas: ABSTRACT

L. G. Kessler, II

AAPG Bulletin

... identified by vegetational differences on aerial photographs probably represent deposition during major flood events. Surface features on the most...

1972

Fluvial Model for Lower Cretaceous Lignite, Northern Ontario: ABSTRACT

C. G. Winder, P. G. Telford, H. Verma, W. S. Fyfe, D. Long

AAPG Bulletin

... beds between drill holes. On Adam Creek, sand cross-cutting dark-gray shales suggests laterally migrating streams eroding flood-plain deposits. Lignite...

1982

Alluvial Architecture of Channel Belt Margins of Mississippi River, False River Region, Louisiana: ABSTRACT

K. M. Farrell

AAPG Bulletin

...) and finer grained intervening flood-basin deposits. Overbank subenvironments associated with an active channel belt of the Mississippi River...

1985

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ABSTRACT: Reservoir Characterization for an Alkaline-Surfactant-Polymer Flood of Pennsylvanian and Cypress Sandstone Reservoirs in Lawrence Field Illinois; #90007 (2002)

Beverly Seyler, John P. Grube, Bryan G. Huff, Curt S. Blakley

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...ABSTRACT: Reservoir Characterization for an Alkaline-Surfactant-Polymer Flood of Pennsylvanian and Cypress Sandstone Reservoirs in Lawrence Field...

2002

ABSTRACT: Hyperpycnal Versus Hypopycnal River Plumes and the Origin of Shelf Mud; #90061 (2006)

Janok P. Bhattacharya, James MacEachern, Boyan Vakarelov, and Charles Howell

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.... Comparison of the paleohydraulics of Cretaceous trunk river systems suggest that these systems frequently went hyperpycnal. Associated flood deposits...

2006

ABSTRACT: Feasibility Study of Removing The Grand Rapids-Providence Dams, Maumee River (NW Ohio) Based on HEC-RAS Models; #90113 (2010)

Zach Mueller and James E. Evans

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... built in 1840 as rock-crib dams that were subsequently bolstered with concrete in 1907. This study investigated the impacts to the flood regime...

2009

ABSTRACT Quaternary Trace Fossil Assemblages on the Eel River Shelf Northern California, #90104 (2010)

Jackson Adam M.

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... of northern California is a dynamic region with episodic, fine‐grained flood deposits from the Eel River. The trace fossil  association and related...

2010

ABSTRACT Source-to-Sink: Connecting Hyperpycnal-Flow Deposits to River-Flood Dynamics, #90104 (2010)

Lamb Michael; Mohrig David; McElroy Brandon; Kopriva Bryant; Shaw John

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...ABSTRACT Source-to-Sink: Connecting Hyperpycnal-Flow Deposits to River-Flood Dynamics, #90104 (2010) Lamb Michael; Mohrig David; McElroy Brandon...

2010

Abstract: A New Technology Prospect in CO2 Surveillance; #90250 (2016)

Jim Cannon

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... Cannon1 1 Seismos Inc Abstract This presentation will discuss a new surveillance technology that allows CO2 EOR flood operators to see where...

2016

Hydrology and Current Orientation Analysis of a Braided-To-Meandering Transition: The Red River in Oklahoma and Texas, U.S.A.

Daniel E. Schwartz

Dallas Geological Society

... character, and do not correspond with overall river trend. Patterns produced by flood and falling discharge have high azimuthal dispersions in channels...

1977

Hydrology and Current Orientation Analysis of a Braided-To-Meandering Transition: The Red River in Oklahoma and Texas, U.S.A.

Daniel E. Schwartz

CSPG Special Publications

... character, and do not correspond with overall river trend. Patterns produced by flood and falling discharge have high azimuthal dispersions in channels...

1977

Flooding in Southwestern Utah

William R. Lund

Utah Geological Association

... facing southwestern Utah. The high flood hazard results from the complex interaction of the area’s rugged topography and seasonal weather patterns...

1992

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