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Relationship of Sequence Stratigraphy to Modern Sedimentary Environments: Example of the Mississippi Delta

John R. Suter, Ron Boyd

Bulletin of South Texas Geological Society

... begins during a rise in sea level (Fig. 1). After incised canyon and valley systems are filled (lowstand wedge) deposition of the transgressive systems...

1989

Sequence Stratigraphy: Sequences and Systems Tract Development

H. W. Posamentier, P. R. Vail

CSPG Special Publications

... of the underlying sequence boundary (i.e., Type 1 and Type 2 sequences). Each sequence is comprised of a succession of three systems tracts. Systems tracts...

1988

Platform Evolution and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Natuna Platform, South China Sea

Kurt W. Rudolph, Patrick J. Lehmann

Special Publications of SEPM

..., systems tracts, and lithostratigraphy for the Early Miocene to Early Pliocene. The sea-level curve is from Haq and others (1987). HIGHSTAND SYSTEMS...

1989

Recognizing Sequences and Systems Tracts from Well Logs, Seismic Data, and Biostratigraphy: Examples from the Late Cenozoic of the Gulf of Mexico: Chapter 7: Recent Applications of Siliciclastic Sequence Stratigraphy

Robert M. Mitchum, John B. Sangree, Peter R. Vail, Walter W. Wornardt

AAPG Special Volumes

... in which a series of systems tracts within a depositional sequence is interpreted to be deposited in response to a cycle of fall and rise of base level...

1993

Climatic Modulation of Timing of Systems-Tract Development with Respect to Sea-Level Changes (Middle Pleistocene of Crotone, Calabria, Southern Italy)

F. Massari, L. Capraro, D. Rio

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... the predicted timing and magnitude of the responses to sea-level changes in the traditional sequence model. A phase lag occurred in the timing of systems tracts...

2007

Abstract: Second-Order Accommodation Cycles and Points of Stratigraphic Turnaround: Implications for High-Resolution Sequence Stratigraphy and Facies Architecture of the Haynesville and Cotton Valley Lime Pinnacle Reefs of the East Texas Salt Basin

Robert K. Goldhammer

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

.... The timing of second-order systems tracts are shown at the top of the diagram. Each high-frequency eustatic cycle (eustatic beat) is numbered from 0 to 12...

1998

Use of One- and Two-Dimensional Cycle Analysis In Establishing High-Frequency Sequence Frameworks

Charles Kerans

Special Publications of SEPM

... lowstand systems tract deposits during a sea-level fall, lowstand conditions shut down the carbonate sediment factory and thus may impart only...

1995

ABSTRACT: Three-Dimensional Numerical Modelling of Eustatic vs Local Controls on Depositional Sequences; #90007 (2002)

Rob Gawthorpe, Stuart Hardy, Bryan Ritchie, Emma Finch

Search and Discovery.com

... rapid phases of relative sea-level rise. The model results suggest that different systems tracts may be coeval and that key stratal surfaces defining...

2002

Sequence Stratigraphy of Petroleum Plays, Post-Rift Cretaceous Rocks (Lower Aptian to Upper Maastrichtian), Orange Basin, Western Offshore, South Africa: Chapter 4: Recent Applications of Siliciclastic Sequence Stratigraphy

A. Muntingh, L. F. Brown Jr.

AAPG Special Volumes

... sea level cycle, three depositional systems tracts were deposited, each comprised of one or more contemporaneous depositional systems bound...

1993

Sequence Stratigraphy of the Ferry Lake Anhydrite, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico: Implications for Hydrocarbon Potential, #30097 (2009)

Faith O. Amadi, R.P. Major and Lawrence R. Baria

Search and Discovery.com

... of evaporite beds, were deposited during a relative drop in sea level, and the transgressive systems tracts, composed of backstepping carbonate beds...

2009

Sequence Stratigraphy of the Flamingo Group, Southern Bonaparte Basin

B. E. J. Messent, A. K. Goody, E. Collins, S. Tobias

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... Flamingo cycle is preserved consisting of one third-order sequence (LF1). In the Upper Flamingo cycle, both transgressive and regressive systems tracts...

1994

Transgressive/Regressive (Second Order) Facies Cycles: The Effects of Tectono-Eustasy

Thierry Jacquin, Pierre-Charles de Graciansky

Special Publications of SEPM

...-order cycle without any long-term fall during the regressive phase. Decreasing and increasing rates of relative sea-level rise create respectively...

1998

Middle Ordovician (Llanvirnian) Sea Level Change Recorded in Shallow-Water Carbonates (Yeongheung Formation), Korea

Chan Min Yoo, Yong Il Lee

Pacific Section SEPM

... and others, 1988). Particular depositional systems tracts are developed during specific phases of the sea-level cycle: lowstand, transgressive, highstand...

1995

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