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Multi-modal Data-assisted Prediction and Analysis of Shale Gas Production Performance at Early Production Stage in Weirong Shale Gas Field, Sichuan Basin, China

Tianrui Ye, Yitian Xiao, Yong Zhao, Haitao Cao, Chunyan He

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... production. 2. The model is highly interpretable compared to other deep learning models, which is achieved by modifying the multi-head attention layer...


Transport and Deposition of Tephra by Pyroclastic Flows and Surges

Steven N. Carey

Special Publications of SEPM

... 1 deposits principally to the highly flu idized head region of pyroclastic flows Layer 2 deposits of the Taupo which include both the valley pond...


Production of Subtidal Tubular and Surficial Tempestites by Hurricane Kate, Caicos Platform, British West Indies

Harold R. Wanless, Lenore P. Tedesco, Kenneth M. Tyrrell

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... the identifiable basal portion of a classic tempestite layer. Waves and currents flattened preexisting, high-relief Callianassa burrow mounds and caused...


The Importance of Identifying the Evidence of Hydrodynamic Trapping for New Well Placement in Mature Offshore Stupa Field

Ahmad Anshariy, Hermawan, Wahyu Endarto, Andi Irawan, Fia Utama

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... be detected also by mapping overpressure values measured in the water leg (avoid overpressure due to buoyancy) by building the water head map...


Recurrence of turbidity currents on glaciated continental margins: A conceptual model from eastern Canada

Alexandre Normandeau, D. Calvin Campbell

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... shallow up to 50 m water depth on the western flank of the canyon. The head also includes sediment waves typically 2–4 m high, but reach a maximum of 10 m...


Guide to Late Pleistocene and Holocene Deposits of Turnagain Arm

Susan Bartsch-Winkler, Henry L. Schmoll

Alaska Geological Society

.... Murphy, R. S., Carlson, R. F., Nyquist, D., and Britch, R., 1972, Effect of waste discharges into a silt-laden estuary–A case study of Cook Inlet...


Abstracts: Microseismic Event Models from Finite-differencing with Corrections; #90173 (2015)

Peter M. Manning

Search and

... of head waves from, and reverberations within the thin layer show how complex the wavefields can become. An accurate interpretation of the wavefield...


Response of the Shelf Floor to Flow

Donald J. P. Swift

Special Publications of SEPM

... of waves, currents and burrowing organisms. 1957. Pb-21O ACTIVITY Idp"/) SURFACE MIXED LAYER REGION OF DEPTH RADIOACTIVE DECAY ACCUMULATION RATE...


Rock Pressure

William B. Heroy

AAPG Bulletin

... and a column of oil, it is shown that a correct measurement of the pressure of the gas at the casing-head does not give the correct reservoir pressure...


Wave Climate and Littoral Sediment Transport, Northeast Gulf of Alaska

Dag Nummedal, Michael F. Stephen

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... waves, only minor reorientation of the orthogonals occur before they run ashore. The most noticeable effect is the focusing of energy toward...


Discussion of Geochemical Exploration (Soil Analysis)

E. E. Rosaire, Eugene McDermott, R. H. Fash

AAPG Bulletin

... of the fact that they are formed over a large number of seasons the seasonal effect is averaged out, so far as we can detect. We have made measurements...


Dominant Factors in the Formation of Firm and Soft Sand Beaches

E. M. Kindle

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...., Reprint and Circ. No. 92, p. 14, 1930. 6. CORNISH, VAUGHN, Waves of the sea and other waves, Open Court Publ. Co., p. 249. 7. KINDLE, E. M., Notes...


Observations on Experimental, Nonchannelized, High-Concentration Turbidity Currents and Variations in Deposits Around Obstacles

Jan Alexander, Stephen Morris

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... decelerate and thin; this effect was also observed by Middleton and Neal (1989). FIG. 2. A) Head morphology of a laterally confined turbidity current...


The Thulean Volcanic Line

J. M. Hall

CSPG Special Publications

... in Bouguer gravity at close to the edge of the shelf (Bott et al., 1971), and by the conversion of head waves, possibly including sub-MOHO phases within...


Geotechnical Conditions Affecting Infrastructural Development of Oil and Gas Fields in Papua New Guinea

R. C. M. Goldsmith, S. Elliott

Papua New Guinea (PNG) Petroleum Convention Proceedings

... drainage are also identified as these generally require a thicker sub­ base layer or top up to reach a preferred sub-grade design level. These areas commonly...


The shaping and demise of the Tusan Beach Drinking HorseŽ, southwest of Miri, Sarawak

Franz L. Kessler, John Jong

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... night, 20th February 2020, the iconic Tusan Beach “Drinking Horse”, also famously known as “Horse Head Drinking Water” (Dayak Daily, 2020), a locally...


Beach Foreshore Sedimentology and Morphology in the Apostle Islands of Northern Wisconsin

Wayne N. Engstrom

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... the two variables in the bay-head beach model. This relationship suggests that steep foreshore slopes tend to be the product of constructive waves...


Hidden Dome

Development Geology and Reservoir Engineering Department, W.G.A. Committee

Wyoming Geological Association

...Hidden Dome Development Geology and Reservoir Engineering Department, W.G.A. Committee 1989 236 238 Biggs, Paul and R.H. Espach, 1960, Hidden Dome...


Interaction of Biological and Geological Processes in the Beach And Nearshore Environments, Northern Padre Island, Texas

Gary W. Hill, Ralph E. Hunter

Special Publications of SEPM

... and niche classification Dominant species characterize each landform Ocypode Padre waves Island a barrier island off the southern Texas coast...


The Role of Erosion by Fish in Shaping Topography Around Hudson Submarine Canyon

David C. Twichell, Churchill B. Grimes, Robert S. Jones , Kenneth W. Able

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... Able 1985 Vol. 55 No. 5. (September), An 800-km2 area of rough topography around the head of Hudson Canyon off the eastern United States...


Sedimentation, Stratigraphy, and Development of the Ebro Delta, Spain

Andres Maldonado

Houston Geological Society

... of these beaches. Winds. The stronger and more effective winds are those from the N-NW which have the double effect of generating sea waves...


Temperatures and Depth-Dependent Heat Flow in Western North Sea

C. P. Andrews-Speed , E. R. Oxburgh , B. A. Cooper

AAPG Bulletin

... and back to the surface once more at s. Such a system might be driven either thermally or by a topographic head. The effect of such a flow on both...


Kutubu Pipeline Project: Reprints from The Australian Pipeliner

Graham Tait, Brian Wickins, Charles Rottier, Peter Tuft, Kay Turnbull, David Head, Geoff Hughes, Claire Bowley

Papua New Guinea (PNG) Petroleum Convention Proceedings

... discharge head at the start of the frictional heating in the pipe itself. This line is in fact restricted by the need to iast effect can account...


Seismic geomorphology of offshore Moroccos east margin, Safi Haute Mer area

Dallas B. Dunlap, Lesli J. Wood, Chad Weisenberger, Haddou Jabour

AAPG Bulletin

... of depositional flow styles, from slumps to sheet slides and mass-transport complexes (MTCs). Large sediment waves (20 km [12 mi] long, 1.5-km [0.9-mi] wavelength...


Application of Transport Equations to Groundwater Systems

John D. Bredehoeft , George F. Pinder

AAPG Special Volumes

... be assumed. The fact that we restricted the problem to an aquifer in which we assumed the only significant driving force to be hydraulic head further...


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