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Type: Theses
Title: Sequence stratigraphy and reservoir characterisation of Permian fluvial-lacustrine successions, Baryulah area, southwest Queensland, Australia
Author: Ceglar, Nathan
Issue Date: 2002
School/Discipline: National Centre for Petroleum Geology and Geophysics
Abstract: Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. Sequence stratigraphy -- Ch. 3. Fluvial-lacustrine depositional systems -- Ch. 4. Chronostratigraphy -- Ch. 5.Depositional analogues -- Ch. 6. Estimating channel belt width -- Ch. 7. Facies mapping -- Ch. 8. Conclusions -- Ch. 9. Implications for petroleum development. "It has been demonstrated that the use of sequence stratigraphic concepts to build chronostratigraphic frameworks (comprised of genetically related intervals) can assist facies mapping, and thus delineation of channel belts with optimum reservoir facies and connectivity." "The use of empirical data and modern and ancient depositional analogues is the key to understanding the spatial variability of depositional facies within fluvial-lacustrine settings." --p. 32.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Adelaide, National Centre for Petroleum Geology and Geophysics, 2002
Keywords: Facies (Geology) -- Cooper Basin (Qld.); Geology, Stratigraphic -- Permian; Sedimentary structures -- Cooper Basin (Qld.); Cooper Basin (Qld.)
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