• Geology
  • Published 2011

Sequence-Stratigraphic Controls on Reservoir-Scale Architecture of the Middle Mesaverde Group, Douglas Creek Arch, Colorado

@inproceedings{Hlava2011SequenceStratigraphicCO,
  title={Sequence-Stratigraphic Controls on Reservoir-Scale Architecture of the Middle Mesaverde Group, Douglas Creek Arch, Colorado},
  author={Kimberly Sue Hlava},
  year={2011}
}
Hlava, Kimberly Sue (M.S., Geology [Department of Geological Sciences]) Sequence-stratigraphic controls on reservoir-scale architecture of the middle Mesaverde Group, Douglas Creek Arch, Colorado Thesis directed by Associate Professor Matthew J. Pranter The middle Mesaverde Group of the Douglas Creek Arch, northwestern Colorado, is represented by a complex succession of fluvial to marine strata that serve as outcrop analogs to laterally equivalent natural gas reservoirs in the Piceance and… CONTINUE READING

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The study interval (red bar) with respect to the Iles clastic wedge as described by Crabaugh

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