Isolated Shallow Marine Sand Bodies: Sequence Stratigraphy Analysis and Sedimentologic Interpretation

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Isolated Shallow Marine Sand Bodies: Sequence Stratigraphy Analysis and Sedimentologic Interpretation

SEPM Special Publication 64

Katherine M. Bergman, John W. Snedden

Publication date: 1999

Isolated shallow marine sand bodies are significant hydrocarbon reservoirs and understanding sand body genesis and geometry is critical to successful exploration and exploitation of these deposits.

ISBN 978-1-56576-057-8
eISBN 978-1-56576-186-5

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Isolated shallow marine sand bodies are significant hydrocarbon reservoirs and understanding sand body genesis and geometry is critical to successful exploration and exploitation of these deposits. Recent advances in sequence stratigraphy have rekindled and refocused the discussions surrounding these important reservoirs. This volume stems from a 1995 SEPM sponsored targeted research conference that brought together the proponents of the differing interpretations to discuss facts and principles as they relate to isolated shallow marine sand bodies, using the controversial Lower Campian Shannon Sandstone as the focus for discussion.

Pages: 368
Publisher: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
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