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Overburden Rock, Temperature, and Heat Flow: Chapter 9: Part II. Essential Elements

David Deming

AAPG Special Volumes

... the basement rock and the essential elements of the petroleum system. The sedimentary basin is the geometric form defined by the interface of the basin fill...


A Simple Photogrammetric Method to Improve Quantitative Image Analysis in Geoscience Research: RESEARCH METHODS PAPERS

Jesus E. Caracuel, Javier Cardenal, Jorge Delgado-Garcia, Santiago Garcia-Lopez

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., the geometric correction on the terrain-point coordinates to obtain the rectified images can be done with some commercial and widely distributed G.I.S....


Well Spacing Optimization in Shale Reservoirs Using Rate Transient Analytics

Chigozie Aniemena, Cameron LaMarca, Allen Labryer

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... function. In these low diffusivity systems, well spacing optimization reduces to a geometric problem requiring predictive controls on effective fracture half...


Problem of Calculation of Casing-Head Gas Reserves

M. A. Zhdanov

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... for calculating the reserves of casing-head gas. It had the form of a geometric progression and established the dynamics of change of the gas/oil ratio...


Integrated Reservoir Characterization from Core to Geomodel: Example of a Cretaceous Mixed Clastic/Carbonate Oil Field, West Africa, #40834 (2011)

Christine Duval, Cedric Mabille, Aurelien Virgone, Michel Rebelle, Paul Vernay,

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... the effect of hydrocarbon correction. To calibrate the method, blind tests are applied. PGG supervised modeling (integrating core data within the training...


Identification of Potential Hydrocarbon Target Areas in the Colombian Vaupés-Amazonas and Caguán-Putumayo Basins by Means of Satellite and Hyperspectral Airborne Data and Field Validation; #10531 (2013)

José F. Osorno, David Schonwandt, Talía C. Berg, and Guillermo E. Re Kühl

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... 176 ESDI / USGS ERSDAC.OR.JP MOD011A2 3.000 176 PALSAR 50 28  Phase 2. Data Processing Data Pre-Processing  Geometric Adjustments...


Spherical Wave Model Tests of VSP-Based Q-Estimation Techniques

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...-estimation due to restricted bandwidth, poorly constrained multiple scattering, and geometric spreading losses (Best, 2007). It is our aim to eliminate some...


Cretaceous Tectonic Evolution of Arabia's Eastern Plate Margin: A Tale of Two Oceans

Kenneth W. Glennie

Special Publications of SEPM

...), and Central Iran Geometric the Lut long standing since the mid Triassic or even mid Permian on of both crustal spreading and later ics and the Kawr...


Labrador Sea, Davis Strait, Baffin Bay: Geology and Geophysics — A Review

S. P. Srivastava, R. K. H. Falconer, B. MacLean

CSPG Special Publications

..., Keen and Hyndman, 1979). Strong evidence now exists (Srivastava, 1978) that the Labrador Sea was formed by seafloor spreading. Geometric...


Effects of Porosity Models on Thermal History in Geohistory Models, #41392 (2014)

Alton A. Brown

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... the porosity and thermal conductivities of calcite and water using geometric averaging (Figure 11). Porosities of the two porosity trends are estimated...



Abstract: Sequential Geometric Models of Detachment Folds: Alaminos Canyon Area, Gulf of Mexico

John H. Spang

GCAGS Transactions

...Abstract: Sequential Geometric Models of Detachment Folds: Alaminos Canyon Area, Gulf of Mexico John H. Spang 2006 781 783 Vol. 56 (2006) Based...


Sedimentation Pattern of a Rift-filling Unit, Tesuque Formation (Miocene), Espanola Basin, Rio Grande Rift, New Mexico: REPLY

William Cavazza

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... 2,400 m"), was based on geometric projections. Galusha and Blick (1971, p. 44), in spite of their detailed work on small areas, never measu ed a complete...


Geologic History of the Gulf of California

J. R. Curray, D. G. Moore

Pacific Section SEPM

... e a r s , sea-floor spreading as recorded by magnetic anomalies. This demonstration of a period of subsidence prior to the advent of the usual...


Size Analysis of Silt and Clay by Hydrophotometer: DISCUSSION

C. R. Tilly

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... in that they do not stem from a consistent and accurate use of the standard scale for sedimentary particle sizes which is based on the geometric series...


Gravity-driven Fold Belts on Passive Margins

Mark G. Rowan, Frank J. Peel, Bruno C. Vendeville

AAPG Special Volumes

... by proximal extension and distal shortening, is caused by some combination of gravity gliding above a basinward-dipping detachment and gravity spreading...


Grain-Shape Analysis—A New Method for Determining Representative Particle Shapes for Populations of Natural Grains

Robert J. Oakey, Michael Green, Paul A. Carling, Mark W.E. Lee, David A. Sear, Jeff Warburton

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... will be referred to as "extreme shapes." Geometric Properties of the Coordinate System In guiding our choice of a suitable definition we consider two...


Stochastic surface-based modeling of turbidite lobes

Michael J. Pyrcz, Octavian Catuneanu, Clayton V. Deutsch

AAPG Bulletin

... such as porosity and permeability are constrained by the resulting geometric models. This approach is applied in a geostatistical workflow to better...


Petroleum Systems of the Michigan Basin - A Look At Remaining And Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources - Workshop Summary

Christopher Swezey, Jim Duszynski, A.S. (Buddy) Wylie, Joseph Hatch, William Harrison III, John Repetski, Daniel Hayba, Charlotte Sullivan, Kurt Marfurt, C.H. (Chuck) Blumentritt


... KEY WORDS: Antrim Shale Conodonts Geometric Attributes Michigan Basin Core Research Laboratory Multi-Trace Attribute Analysis Petroleum Systems...


Effect of Particle Shape on the Packing of Carbonate Sands and Gravels

Robert J. Vinopal , Alan H. Coogan

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... can be expected to have an average grain volume of 59%, subject to correction based on subsequent analysis of shape-mixture limiting factors. ATHY, L...


Pebble Shape (and Size!)

Werner K. Illenberger

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...-order indices. Some indices (e.g., flatness index) consist of a combination of arithmetic and geometric ratios; as will be shown later, these are similar...


Paleomagnetism of the Sespe Formation (Eocene-Oligocene), Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, California

Joseph C. Liddicoat

Pacific Section SEPM

... for subsamples from a) Simi Valley and b) South Mt. Site 2 following thermal demagnetization and a bedding correction. Solid circles are plotted...


Irmay's Saturation Factor as an Indication of an Immobile Fraction of Pore Water in Saturated Permeable Sandstone

G. Edward Manger, Robert A. Cadigan , George L. Gates

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., geometric mean of rated sizes of openings of adjacent sieves, or geometric mean grain diameter. If Irmay's quantity d2 is assumed to equal Fair and Hatch's...


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