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Section VI: Conditions of Turbidite Flow

New Orleans Geological Society

... current flow may have properties unpredictable by derivation of equations based on laboratory studies alone. One such factor is flow velocity which has...

1975

Overpressured Carbonate Reservoirs, Offshore Sarawak; Methods of Pore Pressure Prediction (Paper B11)

P. Baltensperger, W. Zanussi, S. Bordoloi, S. Nath

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... region and are predominantly shale prone in the distal region resulting in Methods and Results a highly variable depth profile for the onset...

2012

Conditions of Turbidite Flow: Chapter VI: Part One. Study of Modern and Ancient Turbidites

Oscar E. Weser

AAPG Special Volumes

... current flow may have properties unpredictable by derivation of equations based on laboratory studies alone. One such factor is flow velocity which has...

1977

Abstract: Imaging Scattered Seismic Energy in Alberta Oil Sands; #90187 (2014)

Andrew V. Barrett

Search and Discovery.com

.... Introduce the change of variable τ = t - tm , where tm(x,xs,xr) is a reference time. In the case of time migration, tm is taken to be the two way travel time...

2014

Broad bandwidths reveal double the expected sediment depth in the Northern Carnarvon Basin

Jo Firth, Mark Stanley

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

...-velocity Tertiary carbonate overburden. The transition from carbonate to underlying clastic successions produces a velocity inversion which makes multiple...

2016

Seismic Stratigraphy and Global Changes of Sea Level: Part 10. Seismic Recognition of Carbonate Buildups: Section 2. Application of Seismic Reflection Configuration to Stratigraphic Interpretation

J. N. Bubb , W. G. Hatlelid

AAPG Special Volumes

... outline or indicate the presence of buildups such as drape, velocity anomalies, and spurious events. Use of basin architecture is an additional indirect...

1977

Seismic Stratigraphy and Global Changes of Sea Level, Part 10: Seismic Recognition of Carbonate Buildups

J. N. Bubb , W. G. Hatlelid

AAPG Bulletin

... outline or indicate the presence of buildups such as drape, velocity anomalies, and spurious events. Use of basin architecture is an additional...

1978

Variability of Fine-Grained Suspended Sediment Concentrations in a Back-Barrier Tidal Channel During Calm Weather Conditions

Dennis Anthony, Jesper Bartholdy

Special Publications of SEPM

... with sediment were col environmental survey carried out for the harbor authorities of Esbjerg Denmark Long time se ries of current velocity...

1998

Seismic Processing in the Papua New Guinea Fold Belt - Recent Experience

N. J. Fisher, F. R. Nicholson

Papua New Guinea (PNG) Petroleum Convention Proceedings

... and should provide fairly good estimates of the refractor velocity and delay time. It is also necessary to provide a variable estimate...

2000

Use of SEISLOG for Basin Evaluation and Field Development

R. C. Mummery

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... COEFFICIENTS VELOCITY AND TIME SYNTHET.IC SEISMOGRAM' REFLECTION COEFFICIENTS AND TIME Ie I~ ~----~------------------~ Fig, 2 Forward Model SEISLOG...

1987

Chapter 7: Advanced Reservoir Characterization Using 3D Seismic Data in Badger Basin, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming

John E. Buggenhagen

Montana Geological Society

... of faults and horizons, continuity analysis, velocity modeling, and sequence attribute analysis. Reconnaissance AVO analysis was attempted...

1997

Currents Along Floors of Submarine Canyons

Francis P. Shepard , Neil F. Marshall

AAPG Bulletin

.... Velocities usually are higher in downcanyon flows, and the duration of flow usually is longer. These currents have sufficient velocity during the peaks f...

1973

Bed Forms and Stratification Types of Modern Gravel Meander Lobes, Nueces River, Texas: Abstract

Thomas C. Gustavson

Dallas Geological Society

... and a water surface slope of 1.8 m/km in the study area. Stream discharge is variable and has ranged from no flow to more than 17,000 m3/s. Mean clast b...

1977

Bed Forms and Stratification Types of Modern Gravel Meander Lobes, Nueces River, Texas: Abstract

Thomas C. Gustavson

CSPG Special Publications

... and a water surface slope of 1.8 m/km in the study area. Stream discharge is variable and has ranged from no flow to more than 17,000 m3/s. Mean clast b...

1977

Abstract: Deposition and characterization of pyrolytic carbon in industrial coke ovens by optical microscopy and SEM

R. Barranco, J.W. Patrick, C. Snape, R.M. Poultney, M.A. Diez, C. Barriocanal

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

... velocity, and the temperature of the brickwork. Extensive carbon deposit removal may cause severe damage to the coke pusher equipment...

2008

Sediment Structures Generated by Flow in Alluvial Channels: ABSTRACT

D. B. Simons, E. V. Richardson, Carl Nordin

AAPG Bulletin

... the effect of a single independent variable on form roughness in a flume or stream. Important interrelated variables include: characteristics of bed...

1964

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