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by Thomas C. Chidsey,Jr.,Roy D. Adams,Thomas H. Morris


Regional to Wellbore Analog for Fluvial-Deltaic (AAPG Studies in Geology) epub

ISBN: 0891810579

ISBN13: 978-0891810575

Author: Thomas C. Chidsey,Jr.,Roy D. Adams,Thomas H. Morris

Category: Science

Subcategory: Earth Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: American Association Of Petroleum Geologists (December 31, 2004)

Pages: 568 pages

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AAPG Studies in Geology 50. . outcrop analog for subsurface fluvial-deltaic reservoirs. Barton, 1994; Gardner, 1995; Knox and Barton, 1999

AAPG Studies in Geology 50. Barton, 1994; Gardner, 1995; Knox and Barton, 1999; and numerous papers in this volume).

Analog for Fluvial-Deltaic Reservoir Modeling: Ferron Sandstone of Utah AAPG Studies in Geology 50 . Three-Dimensional Architecture of Ancient Lower Delta-Plain Point Bars.

2004, Previous studies of the Ferron Sandstone, in Chidsey, . ed. Regional to Wellbore Analog for Fluvial–Deltaic Reservoir Modeling: The Ferron Sandstone of Utah: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Studies in Geology 50, p. 3–38. 2004, Facies of the Ferron Sandstone, East-Central Utah, in Chidsey, .

In: Regional to wellbore analog for fluvial-deltaic reservoir modeling; the Ferron Sandstone of Utah (Eds . Morris), American Association of Petroleum Geologists Studies in Geology 50, pp. 331-356. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States. 1953) Rational theory of delta formation. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 37, 2119-2162 Bellian, . Kerans, C. and Jennette, .

Regional to Wellbore Analog for Fluvial-Deltaic Reservoir Modeling: The Ferron Sandstone of Utah. Hunt C B and Miller R L. Guidebook to the geology and geography of the Henry Mountains region: Utah. Geological Society Guidebook 1. 1946. AAPG Studies in Geology 50. 2004. 125–192Google Scholar. Garrison J R and Van den Bergh T C V Effects of sedimentation rate, rate of relative rise in sea level, and duration of sea-level cycle on the filling of incised valleys: examples of filled and overfilled incised valleys from the Upper Ferron Sandstone, Last Chance Delta, east-central Utah, U. In: Dalrymple R W, Leckie D A and Tillman.

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Regional to Wellbore Analog for Fluvial-Deltaic Reservoir Modeling: The Ferron Sandstone of Utah: AAPG Studies in Geology 50: 211–224. Bellian, J. Kerans, . Jennette, D. C. 2005. Buckley, S. J, Howell, J. Enge, H.Journal of the Geological Society 165: 625–638.

The Ferron Sandstone is unparalleled as an analog for petroleum exploration and this exhaustive study will be the basis for many workshops and lectures in the years to come. The Ferron Sandstone is regional with extensive surface outcrops and significant subsurface control. The sequences within are used to understand and interpret seismic data in modeling reservoir architecture or building an analog. It also is an important coalbed methane play in Utah.

The 22 papers that make up the volume discuss all aspects of Ferron deposition, distribution, sequence stratigraphy, evolution of coal sequences, development of facies and permeability, growth faulting, paleogeography and interpretation, flow simulation within the reservoir, and coalbed methane development in several Western USA fields including Helper field and Buzzard Bench field.

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