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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 ...
Multicomponent seismic image matching and comparison - Fasken Ranch, Andrews County, Texas
P-wave and S-wave multicomponent seismic data respond to lithology and fluid variations differently, providing interpreters with tools that supply additional information about subsurface geology. To interpret multicomponent ...
Regional stratigraphic and core-based characterization of the Cline Shale, Midland Basin, Texas
The Cline Shale is an organic-rich mudrock that was deposited in the Midland Basin during the latest Pennsylvanian. Deposits of the Cline Shale are restricted to basinal facies and contain great lateral and vertical ...
Chronology of laramide magmatism and stockwork fracture filling at the Red Hills porphyry Mo-Cu deposit, Presidio County, Texas
The Red Hills intrusive complex is the easternmost porphyry Mo-Cu system of Laramide age in southwestern North America. This study constrains the timing between igneous phases, and compares their geochemical characteristics ...
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 ...
Surface water recharge in karst : Edwards-Trinity Aquifers-Nueces River system
The karstic Edwards Aquifer is a primary source of water in south-central Texas for domestic, agriculture, and industrial uses. Significant recharge into the aquifer occurs as surface water streams, including the Nueces ...