Submarine fans: Characteristics, models, classification, and reservoir potential

@article{Shanmugam1988SubmarineFC,
  title={Submarine fans: Characteristics, models, classification, and reservoir potential},
  author={G. Shanmugam and R. J. Moiola},
  journal={Earth-Science Reviews},
  year={1988},
  volume={24},
  pages={383-428}
}
Abstract Submarine-fan sequences are important hydrocarbon reservoirs throughout the world. Submarine-fan sequences may be interpreted from bed-thickness trends, turbidite facies associations, log motifs, and seismic-reflection profiles. Turbidites occurring predominantly in channels and lobes (or sheet sands) constitute the major portion of submarine-fan sequences. Thinning- and thickening-upward trends are suggestive of channel and lobe deposition, respectively. Mounded seismic reflections… Expand
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