Atlas of Deep Water Environments: Architectural Style in Turbidite Systems

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9780412561108: Atlas of Deep Water Environments: Architectural Style in Turbidite Systems
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Huge hydrocarbon reserves occur in turbidite reservoirs worldwide. Understanding the geometric properties of such reservoirs is crucial in devising effective production strategies. This large format atlas shows detailed correlations within ancient and modern deep-marine sections in greater detail than ever before. It includes field-based outcrop panels to show good lateral correlations, outstanding outcrop photo montages of deep water/slope features, sidescan sonar montages of channels, lobes, debris flows etc, high-resolution seismic lines to show deep-water elements at the finer scale resolution and core photographs through deep-water systems. Contributions from around the world make this an international comprehensive atlas for all exploration geologists, sedimentologists and oceanographers involved in deep-water exploration. This book should be of interest to oil companies, exploration geologists and all involved in hydrocarbon exploration. Part 3 Ancient canyon and channel fills: detailed section across the Ainsa II Channel complex, south-central Pyrenees, Spain, J.D. Clark; the Rapitan turbidite channel and its related eastern levee-overbank deposits, Eocene Hecho Complex, south-central Pyrenees, Spain, G. Remacha, O. Oms et al; submarine canyon and associated base-of-slope sheet system - the Eocene Charro-Arro system, south-central Pyrenees, Spain, S.P.J. Cossey and K. Kleverlaan

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