Recognition of Shallow-Water versus Deep-Water Sedimentary Facies in Growth-Structure Affected Formations of the Gulf Coast Basin

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Recognition of Shallow-Water versus Deep-Water Sedimentary Facies in Growth-Structure Affected Formations of the Gulf Coast Basin

2nd Annual Research Conference, 1981

Marc B. Edwards, Robert R. Berg, James M. Coleman, William E. Galloway, Jory A. Pacht, Edward B. Picou, Jr., and Howard J. Yorston

Publication date: 1981
Series: GCSSEPM

Recognition of shallow-water versus deep-water sedimentary facies in growth-structure affected formations of the Gulf Coast Basin was chosen as the topic of the Second Annual Research Conference because many of these formations contain major reservoirs and understanding of their distribution, origin, and geologic history is essential to their successful discovery and effective exploitation.

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Recognition of shallow-water versus deep-water sedimentary facies in growth-structure affected formations of the Gulf Coast Basin was chosen as the topic of the Second Annual Research Conference because many of these formations contain major reservoirs and understanding of their distribution, origin, and geologic history is essential to their successful discovery and effective exploitation.

Pages: 85
Publisher: SEPM
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Marc B. Edwards, Robert R. Berg, James M. Coleman, William E. Galloway, Jory A. Pacht, Edward B. Picou, Jr., and Howard J. Yorston