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Quantitative Prediction of Tectonic Fractures of Jurassic Sandstones in the Eastern Kuche Depression

@article{Ya2014QuantitativePO,
  title={Quantitative Prediction of Tectonic Fractures of Jurassic Sandstones in the Eastern Kuche Depression},
  author={Zhan Ya},
  journal={Geological Journal of China Universities},
  year={2014}
}
  • Zhan Ya
  • Published 2014
  • Geology
  • Geological Journal of China Universities
The Jurassic low-porosity and low-permeability sandstone is an important reservoir of Yinan-Tuzi area in Kuche Depression.Well-developed tectonic fractures serve as important migration pathways and accumulation spaces, and their nature and distribution are the key to guiding further exploitation. Most fractures without filling veins are supposed to develop after the Miocene, on the base of the analysis of fossil stress field evolution and the nature of filling. On the basis of previous acoustic… 
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