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3D Allostratigraphic Mapping and Facies Heterogeneity of a Compound Tributary Incised Valley System, Turonian Ferron Sandstone, Notom Delta, South-Central Utah
Incised valley systems are important for sequence stratigraphic and exploration purposes. The tributary component of these systems may inherit complicated, self-similar, plan-view morphologies from the drainage networks ...
Facies and stratigraphic framework of the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas
The Upper Cretaceous Eagle Ford Shale, in South and East Texas, consists of organic matter-rich fossiliferous marine shale. It is one of the most actively drilled targets for oil and gas in the United States, due to new ...
Facies and Morphology of Pleistocene Travertine Mounds at Lyman Lake, Arizona
Travertine mounds in eastern Arizona formed around central vents and range from <10 m to 50 m in diameter and between 0.5-60 m thick. The travertine mounds are primarily composed of laterally extensive sheets of rhythmically ...