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Wolfcampian carbonate platform sequence stratigraphy of the southwestern Delaware Basin : Wylie Mountains, Van Horn, TX
The Wolfcamp unconventional play in the Permian Basin is currently one of the most active drilling targets in North America. Despite its economic importance, the Early Permian Wolfcampian interval in the Delaware Basin ...
Shelf-to-basin architecture and facies variability of a Cretaceous intrashelf basin in the northwest Gulf of Mexico
The geomorphic expression of intrashelf basin systems (ISBs) and their associated facies patterns is extremely subtle, with shelf-to-basin dip angles that can average 0.3° across the slope profile. This presents an issue ...
Carbonate platform demise and recovery at the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event : high-resolution data from the Adriatic Carbonate Platform
The sedimentological, stratigraphic, and geochemical signature of the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE) on the Bahamian-style, Adriatic Carbonate Platform of Southern Europe is examined here. New stratigraphic sections ...
Anatomy, dimensions, and significance of the penultimate Yates tepee-shelf crest complex, G25 Hairpin HFS, Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico and Texas
The steep-rimmed Permian Capitan platform in the Guadalupe Mountains has been studied in extensive detail to understand the effect of eustacy on platform architecture as seen in continuously exposed 700 m relief shelf-to-basin ...