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Structural cross sections, Tertiary formations, Texas Gulf Coast

Mary Mapes Dodge

Structural cross sections, Tertiary formations, Texas Gulf Coast

by Mary Mapes Dodge

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Published by Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas,
  • Gulf Region,
  • Gulf Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Structural -- Texas -- Gulf Region -- Charts, diagrams, etc.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Tertiary -- Charts, diagrams, etc.,
    • Formations (Geology) -- Texas -- Gulf Region.,
    • Geological cross sections -- Texas -- Gulf Region.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementM.M. Dodge and J.S. Posey.
      ContributionsPosey, J. S., University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE601 .D6 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination6 p. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3143412M
      LC Control Number82620905

      STRATIGRAPHIC AND HYDROGEOLOGIC FRAMEWORK OF THE ALABAMA COASTAL PLAIN By Marvin E. Davis ABSTRACT Tertiary and Cretaceous sand aquifers of the Southeastern United States Coastal Plain comprise a major multistate aquifer system informally defined as the Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system, which is being studied as part ofCited by: 8. Middle Texas Coast. showing location of wells and cross sections .. 2 2. Correlation horizons M,.Mlo. used to subdivide the Miocene section .. 2 3. Miocene section and its bounding stratigraphic units .. 2 4. lsopach map. Miocene strata. Middle Texas Coast.

      Cross-section of the Louisiana Gulf Coast Basin showing distri-•••••• 50 bution of productive intervals for oil and most probable oil generat i on zone. Composite maturation profiles of two representative wells in age- ••••• 51 defined Gulf Coast producing trend. File Size: 2MB. At the beginning of the Tertiary Period (Fig. 2), South Central Texas was a muddy sea floor receiving copious amounts of sediment as the continent interior rose higher. During the Eocene, South Central Texas was on the northwestern margin of the Gulf of Mexico, fluctuating in time from coastal-plain to shallow-marine environments (Fig. 9).File Size: 2MB.

      @article{osti_, title = {Petroleum geology of the Vicksburg Formation, Texas}, author = {Coleman, J and Galloway, W E}, abstractNote = {The Late Oligocene Vicksburg Formation of the Texas Gulf Coastal Plain lies within the Tertiary depositional wedge between the Upper Eocene Jackson Group and the Upper Oligocene Frio-Catahoula Formations. Gulf Coast Section. Gulf Coast Section more than 55 peer- reviewed academic papers and one book on Gulf of Mexico sedimentary basin. Show more Added on 01 May, Asia Pacific Blog when Unocal revealed that its Trident-1 well had found meters of percent net Lower Wilcox Formation sand in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, about


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Get this from a library. Structural cross sections, Tertiary formations, Texas Gulf Coast. [M M Dodge; J S Posey; University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology.]. Buy The Formation and Future of the Upper Texas Coast: A Geologist Answers Questions about Sand, Storms, and Living by the Sea (Gulf Coast Books, sponsored by Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders5/5(7).

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Baker, Jr. Abstract Geologic sections showing the subsurface delineation of approximately Stratigraphic units composing the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras illustrate the interrelation of these units across most of the Gulf Coastal Plain of Texas.

The geo­Cited by: 7. An Overview of the Structure and Tectonic Evolution of the Gulf Coast Region of Texas and Louisiana G. Randy Keller1, Jay Pulliam2, Harold Gurrola3, and Kevin Mickus4 Vanderpool Lane, #2, Houston, Texas 2Baylor University, One Bear Place #, Waco, Texas 3Texas Tech University, BoxLubbock, Texas 4Department of Geography, Geology and Planning, File Size: 8MB.

Land surface elevation of the area directly overlying the Gulf Coast aquifer in Texas (from Texas General Land Office, ). consisting of a mosaic of lithofacies with the Pleistocene and Holocene sediments covering most of the outcrop areas (Figure ).

regional cross sections and geologic maps, were used to define the major petroleum systems for Tertiary rocks in the Gulf Coast. Two proprietary, commercially available databases were used in the assessment.

Tertiary formations The first database (NRG Associates, Inc., ). Catahoula Formation of the Texas Coastal Plain: depositional systems, composition, structural development, ground-water flow history, and uranium distribution January William E.

GallowayAuthor: William E. Galloway. Chapter 12 Salt Domes in the Gulf Coast Aquifer H. Scott Hamlin. Introduction. Salt domes are common geologic features within the Gulf Coast aquifer along the upper Texas Coast. The core of a salt dome forms a vertically elongate, cylindrical stock, consisting.

Index map of the Corpus Christi Bay study area showing principal structural features, producing fields, and locations of wells on the regional cross section (Fig. 2) and detailed cross section. part of Antlers Formations, northeast Texas 39 Map showing ground water, oil and gas resources of Paluxy Formation, northeast Texas 40 Contour map showing major structural features on top of Georgetown Formation, northeast Texas northeast Texas 41 Author: Richard Q.

Foote, L.M. Massingill, R.H. Wells. Regional Tertiary Cross Sections: Texas Gulf Coast Abstract For the past two years, the Bureau of Economic Geology has been conducting regional studies of the Frio Formation along the Texas Gulf Coast to evaluate potential geothermal energy from deep, geopressured sandstone reservoirs (Bebout, Dorfman, and Agagu, ; Bebout, Agagu, and Dorfman, }.Cited by: 1.

Appendix: Wells used to construct regional cross sections Figures 1. Regional tectonic setting, East Texas Basin 2. Stratigraphic succession, East Texas Basin 3. Location of regional structural cross sections, typical well logs, and salt structures, East Texas Basin 4. Typical geophysical and lithic log, Rains County, Texas 5.

These sections are meant to show gross regional distribution of sand and shale facies both laterally and vertically throughout the entire Tertiary section along the Texas Gulf Coast.

Closely spaced wells were used for detailed correlation, but for clarity many have been omitted for these cross sections (fig. 1 Price: $8. Structural Setting and Sequence Architecture of a Growth-Faulted Lowstand Subbasin, Frio Formation, South Texas Figure 2.

General stratigraphy and global Tertiary sea- level chart of the south Texas Gulf Coast. The Frio For-mation is Oligocene in age. Sediments are composed of progradational transgressive and highstand on-shelfFile Size: 2MB.

@article{osti_, title = {Geothermal resources: Frio Formation, Upper Texas Gulf Coast. Geological circular }, author = {Bebout, D.G. and Loucks, R.G. and Bosch, S.C. and Dorfman, M.H.}, abstractNote = {Major sand trends were identified in the Frio Formation, Upper Texas Gulf Coast as part of the evaluation of its potential for producing geothermal by: 1.

These sections are meant to show gross regional distribution of sand and shale facies both laterally and vertically throughout the entire Tertiary section along the Texas Gulf Coast. Closely spaced wells were used for detailed correlation, but for clarity many have been omitted for these cross sections (fig Price: $4.

An ongoing history of structural deformation: Generalized regional geologic cross section of the northern GOM. Major structural domains are numbered.

Drafting: Jeffry Horowitz Although originating as a divergent margin basin with an axial spreading center, the Gulf was never tectonically quiescent. Compressional and thermal events caused by the.

Frio formation of the Texas Gulf Coast Basin: Depositional systems, structural framework, and hydrocarbon origin, migration, distribution, and Geology, University of Texas at Austin) [Galloway, William E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Frio formation of the Texas Gulf Coast Basin: Depositional systems, structural framework, and hydrocarbon originAuthor: William E Galloway. Structure architecture interpretation of the middle Frio Formation using 3D seismic attributes and well logs: an example from the Texas Gulf Coast of the United States.

HAMED EL-MOWAFY1 and KURT J. MARFURT2. 1 Department of Geology, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, cross section (Figure 5a) illustrates the change in thickness of the interval File Size: 3MB.

subsurface geopressure gradients of the onshore and offshore Gulf of Mexico basin: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report –, 3 sheets. Dodge, M.M., and Posey, J.S.,Structural cross sections, Tertiary formations, Texas Gulf Coast: Austin, The University of Texas File Size: KB.Middle and Upper Permian Salt-Bearing Strata of the Texas Panhandle--Lithologic and Facies Cross Sections, by M.

W. Presley. 10 p., 3 figs., 3 tables, 7 pls., Downloadable PDF. To purchase a paper copy of this publication, please order CSA representative north to south cross section of Jurassic, Cretaceous, and and Tertiary formations from southwestern Arkansas to northwestern Louisiana.

7 5. Map showing depth from surface to top of the Paluxy Formation from well penetration depths assessments of the entire U.S. Gulf Coast region were completed in (Schenk and Author: Matthew D. Merrill.