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Facies Architecture, Paleo-hydraulics and Fluvial Style of a Falling Stage Terrace Deposit within a Compound Incised Valley System, Ferron Notom Delta, Utah
Incised valley systems are important because they contain significant hydrocarbon reserves, provide clues into the geologic history of a region, and are crucial for sequence stratigraphic interpretations. The fluvial/deltaic ...
Heterogeneity, paleohydrology, and 3D facies architecture of ancient point bars, Ferron Sandstone, Notom Delta, South-central Utah
This study examined ancient exhumed channel belts from the Cretaceous Ferron Sandstone, Notom Delta in south-central Utah. Extensive plan view exposures with local vertical cliff exposures allowed documentation of channel ...
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 ...