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AAPG Previous HitArchieNext Hit Series, No. 1, Chapter 1: The Clastic Thin-bed Problem, by Q. R. Passey, K. E. Dahlberg, K. B. Sullivan, H. Yin, R. A. Brackett, Y. H. Xiao, and A. G. Guzmán-Garcia, Pages 1 - 15
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AAPG Previous HitArchieTop Series, No. 1: Petrophysical Evaluation of Hydrocarbon Pore-Thickness in Thinly Bedded Clastic Reservoirs, Edited by Ken Dahlberg
Copyright copyrght.jpg (4253 bytes)2006 by The American Association of Petroleum Geologists. All rights reserved.  DOI: 10.1306/1157796A13220

Chapter 1
The Clastic Thin-bed Problem

Q. R. Passey, K. E. Dahlberg,
K. B. Sullivan, H. Yin, R. A. Brackett,
Y. H. Xiao, and A. G. Guzmán-Garcia


Deep-water (Basinal) Turbidites,
Permian Collingham Formation: Baviaans Syncline,
Laingsburg Karoo, South Africa
Photo by Anthony Sprague

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