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- 1Deep-water depositional environments
- 1Exmouth Plateau
- 1Gulf of Mexico
- 1High-resolution sequence stratigraphy
- 1Intracratonic sag basin
- 1Reservoir quality
Distribution of Miocene deep-water reservoirs, and factors controlling their deposition and reservoir quality, southern Gulf of Mexico.Download
The factors controlling the distribution, geometry, and quality of the Miocene reservoirs, in an area located in the southern Gulf of Mexico (in the offshore part of the Tabasco State) were attained through detailed stratigraphic and facies analyses combined with seismic facies and 3D...
High-resolution sequence stratigraphy in a Mesoproterozoic intracratonic sag basin, the Tombador Formation, Chapada Diamantina Basin, BrazilDownload
Studies applying sequence stratigraphy to the Precambrian sedimentary record have been limited and have focused on low-resolution applications due to problems in preservation, deformation/metamorphism, and diagenesis. However, higher-resolution studies are possible where geometry, facies...
The Exmouth Plateau is a part of the Northern Carnarvon Basin, offshore northwest Australia. It evolved from a pre-rift in the late Paleozoic, experiencing many tectonic activities, from syn-rift sub-basins in the Mesozoic to a passive margin in the Cenozoic. The study area, located within the...