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Abstract: Sequence Stratigraphic Characterization of the Permian in the Delaware Basin: An Improved Model for Predicting Facies Trends;

Tyson Perkes, Morgan Sullivan, Ryan Wilson, Elaine Campbell, Gregory Hurd

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... of carbonate- and silica-rich rocks. These changes are interpreted to be linked to changes in relative sea level and a reciprocal sedimentation sequence...


Testing Eustatic Curves Based on Baltimore Canyon Neogene Stratigraphy: An Example Application of Basin-Fill Simulation

Fred W. Schroeder, Stephen M. Greenlee

AAPG Bulletin

... using the Watts and Steckler (1979) sea level curve (Figure 14d), no lowstand systems tracts are simulated because sea level never falls below the shelf...


Multiple Orders of Relative Sea-level Change in an Earliest Cambrian Passive-margin Succession, Mackenzie Mountains, Northwestern Canada

Robert B. MacNaughton, Robert W. Dalrymple, Guy M. Narbonne

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... 1993). Thus we define a systems tract as the deposits formed during a particular part of a relative sea-level cycle (i.e., highstand, lowstand...


Sequences and Parasequences in Siliciclastic Rocks

J. C. Van Wagoner

CSPG Special Publications

... a relative fall in sea level may be misinterpreted as offshore bars. Sequences, systems tracts and their component para-sequences and parasequence sets...


The Giant Oil Field Evaporite Association: A Function of the Wilson Cycle, Climate, Basin Position and Sea Level; #40471 (2009)

Christopher G. St. C. Kendall, L.J. (Jim) Weber, and Abdulrahman S. Alsharhan

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...The Giant Oil Field Evaporite Association: A Function of the Wilson Cycle, Climate, Basin Position and Sea Level; #40471 (2009) Christopher G. St. C...


Abstract: Falling Stage Systems Tracts: Characterization and Exploration Significance;

Wen Lin, Janok Bhattacharya

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...Abstract: Falling Stage Systems Tracts: Characterization and Exploration Significance; Wen Lin, Janok Bhattacharya Falling Stage Systems Tracts...


Stratigraphic Controls on Reservoir Properties, Cretaceous Niobrara Formation, DJ Basin, Colorado; #80314 (2013)

Marshall Deacon, Katie Joe McDonough, Lise Brinton, Scott Friedman, Robert Lieber, and Joe Dunn

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... defined. Within sequences, lateral shifts in facies tracts occur at cycle boundaries, corresponding to sea-level- and climate-driven changes in ocean...


Depositional Sequences in Deep-Shelf Environments: A Response to Sea-Level Changes and Shallow-Platform Carbonate Productivity (Oxfordian, Germany and Spain)

Bernard Pittet , Andre Strasser , Emanuela Mattioli

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... sequences and systems tracts--Responses of carbonate platforms to relative sea-level changes, in Loucks, R.G., and Sarg, J.F., eds, Carbonate Sequence...


Depositional Evolution and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Shelf and Slope Area Off South Gabon, West Africa

Erik S. Rasmussen

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... consisting of transgressive and highstand systems tracts. This indicates low-amplitude variation of sea level. The Neogene (Miocene) is characterized...


Terrigenous Clastic Depositional Systems of Paleozoic Rocks in the Mid-Continent Region: Short Course

Arthur W. Cleaves II

Oklahoma City Geological Society

.... Vertical cyclicty within terrigenous clastic stratigraphic sequences. Delta Cycle - Sedimentary Cycle Glacial eustatic sea level change cycle. Late...


Siliciclastic Sequence Development in Foreland Basins, with Examples from the Western Canada Foreland Basin: Chapter 2

Macomb T. Jervey

AAPG Special Volumes

... of higher subsidence rat . Clearly, then, changes in relative sea level history across the basin will control the distribution of systems tracts...


Seismic Sedimentological Expression of Higher-Order Lowstand Slope Fans and Prograding Deltas in the Frio Formation, Corpus Christi Bay, Texas

Hongliu Zeng, Robert G. Loucks

GCAGS Transactions

... to map fourth- and fifth-order systems tracts in Oligocene (Frio) strata in the Corpus Christi region of South Texas. At least 16 higher-order (fourth...


An Overview of the Fundamentals of Sequence Stratigraphy and Key Definitions

J. C. Van Wagoner, H. W. Posamentier, R. M. Mitchum,, P. R. Vail, J. F. Sarg, T. S. Loutit, J. Hardenbol

Special Publications of SEPM

.... When referring to systems tracts, the terms lowstand and highstand are not meant to imply a unique period of time or position on a cycle of eustatic...


Integrated Sequence Stratigraphy of the Cretaceous Lower Goru Deposits, Lower Indus Basin, Pakistan; #10815 (2015)

Salah Mahmoud

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... TRACTS A. Falling Stage Systems Tract (FSST): • Resulting from relative sea-level fall (negative accommodation), forcing the coast line to regress...


Modeling Carbonate Microfacies in the Context of High-Frequency Dynamic Relative Sea-Level and Environmental Changes

Guy H. Spence , Maurice E. Tucker

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... during different episodes of dynamic change in water depth (i.e., systems tracts) within a third-order relative sea-level cycle have been shown...


How much systems-tract scale, three-dimensional stratigraphic variability is present in sequence stratigraphy?: An answer from the middle Miocene Pearl River Mouth Basin

Shaohua Xu, Jianhui Han, Yingmin Wang, Min He, Xiong Pang, Weitao Chen, Chenglin Gong, Chunyu Qin, Xiaogang Li, and Shang Xu

AAPG Bulletin

... be ascribed to rapid sea-level rise or transgression (Zhuo et al., 2014). THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRATIGRAPHIC VARIABILITY OF PEARL RIVER SYSTEMS TRACTS...


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