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Characterizing transitional flow deposits in the proximal Brushy Canyon Formation, Texas
Transitional flow deposits are identified, characterized, and placed in a stratigraphic context in the proximal Brushy Canyon Formation, Guadalupe Mountains, Texas. Transitional flows are sand-laden, mud-rich sediment ...
Sedimentology and reservoir characterization of the Upper Pennsylvanian Cline Shale, Midland Basin, Texas
The Cline Shale, an organic rich mudrock comprising the Canyon and Cisco Groups in the Midland Basin, has recently become an exploration target and production interval. The Cline is a basin-restricted facies specific to ...
Sequence stratigraphy and depositional systems in the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) Woodbine Group, Anderson and Cherokee Counties, Texas
The Woodbine Group of the East Texas Basin has attracted considerable interest because of its remaining petroleum resource in the deeper Woodbine pay. Recent estimate of the remaining petroleum resources in the East Texas ...
Multicomponent seismic characterization and image comparison - Fasken Ranch, Andrews County, Texas
This study uses multicomponent 3C3D seismic data integrated with well data to analyze the Western platform of the Midland Basin in Andrews County, Texas. The conventional P-P wave mode data are compared with the converted ...
Lithofacies, depositional systems, and depositional models of the Mississippian Barnett Formation in the southern Fort Worth Basin
The Barnett Formation in the Llano Uplift region of the southern Fort Worth Basin of north-central Texas is an Osagean-Chesterian age siliciclastic mudrock whose deposition was influenced by the structurally stable Llano ...