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The Westphalia limestone of the northern midcontinent; a possible ancient storm deposit
Two very different rock types, a fusulinid lime packstone to grainstone and an ostracode coaly lime mudstone, form the vast majority of northern Midcontinent Westphalia (Stranger Formation, DouglasExpand
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Importance of Phylloid Algae in Development of Depositional Topography--Reality or Myth?: Reef Biota
The geologic literature on Pennsylvania limestones is replete with references to algal banks, algal buildups, and algal mounds. Phylloid algae are alleged to have been the principal cause for theseExpand
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Significance of Limestone-Shale, Rock-Stratigraphic Contacts--The Connecting Links Between Areas of Contemporaneous Carbonate and Terrigenous Detritus Sedimentation: ABSTRACT
In undisturbed depositional sequences one rarely, if ever, observes lateral change directly from mud-supported carbonate Synthetic seismograms after normal moveout correction for a hypothetical 20-mExpand
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Exploration Applications of Temperatures Recorded on Log Headings: Theory, Data Analysis, and Examples: ABSTRACT
Using the least accurate of temperature data types, temperature anomalies, "hot spots" believed to be hydrocarbon anomalies have been defined by application of a new analytical technique. To date,Expand
Queen Formation (Guadalupian, Permian) Outcrops of Eddy County, New Mexico, and Their Bearing on Recently Proposed Depositional Models: GEOLOGICAL NOTES
The Queen, like several other formations of the Permian basin, contains a widespread quartz sandstone-dolomite unit in its uppermost part. The Shattuck Member is a widespread surface-subsurfaceExpand
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Importance of Storm Activity in Depositional History of Westphalia (Pennsylvanian) Limestone Member of Northern Mid-Continent Exposures: ABSTRACT
The Westphalia Limestone Member (Stranger Formation, Douglas Group, Virgilian, Pennsylvanian) crops out from northern Osage Co., Oklahoma, on the south to southern Buchanan Co., Missouri, on theExpand
Exploration Application of Temperatures Recorded on Log Headings--An Up-the-Odds Method of Hydrocarbon-Charged Porosity Prediction
Using the least accurate type of temperature data, temperature anomalies called "hotspots", which are believed to be hydrocarbon temperature anomalies, have been defined by application of a newExpand
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