Kansas Geological Survey
Open-file Report 2003-27
This poster is an illustration of the first phase to build an improved 3D stochastic model and simulation on St. Louis carbonate systems.
Additional work will include:
Abegg, F.E., Loope, David b., and Harris, P. M., 2001, Deposition and Diagenesis of Carbonate Eolianites: Modern and ancient carbonate eolianites: Sedimentology, Sequence Stratigraphy, and Diagenesis, SEPM special publication No. 71, p. 17-32.
Abegg, F.E., and Handford, C. Robertson, 2001, Deflation origin of Mississippian Carbonate Eolianites of Southwestern Kansas: Modern and ancient carbonate eolianites: Sedimentology, Sequence Stratigraphy, and Diagenesis, SEPM special publication No. 71, p. 183-203.
Carr, D. D., 1973, Geometry and origin of oolite bodies in the Ste. Genevieve Limestone (Mississippian) in the Illinois basin: Indiana geological survey Bulletin 48, 81 p.
Carr, T. R. and Lundgren, Carl E, 1994, Use of Gamma Ray Spectral Log to recognize Exposure Surfaces at the Reservoir Scale: Big Bow Field (St. Louis Limestone). Kansas: Unconformity-related hydrocarbons in sedimentary sequences, Rocky mountain association of geologists, p. 79-88, 281.
Gary, Richard J., 1994, Petrophysical Characterization of Mississippian Ooid-Shoal Reservoirs, Hugoton Embayment, Southwest Kansas, Armco, 46 p.
Handford, C. R., 1988, Review of carbonate sand-belt deposition of ooid grainstones and application to Mississippian reservoir, Damme Field, southwestern Kansas: AAPG Bulletin, V. 72, p. 1184-1199.
Garsmueck, Mark, and Weger, Ralf, 2002, 3D GPR reveals complex internal structure of Pleistocene oolitic sandbar: The Leading Edge, p 634-639.
I would like to thank the Kansas Geological Survey for providing the funds for this project as a part of my doctoral research at the University of Kansas. I also would like to specially thank Geoff Bohling for providing help at neural network modeling part, and Dr. Robert Goldstein for insight in this project.
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Last updated May 2003