By Allard W. Martinius, R. Ravn?s, J. A. Howell, R. J. Steel, J. P. Wonham
The Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), concentration of this exact e-book, is a prolific hydrocarbon area and either exploration and construction task is still excessive to at the present time with a good construction outlook. A key aspect at the present time and sooner or later is to couple technological advancements to bettering our knowing of particular geological occasions. The subject matter of the e-book displays the enormous efforts made via all operators and their educational companions at the NCS to appreciate intimately the structural environment, sedimentology and stratigraphy of the hydrocarbon bearing devices and their resource and seal. The papers conceal a large spectrum of depositional environments starting from alluvial enthusiasts to deepwater enthusiasts, in nearly each weather style from arid via humid to glacial, and in numerous tectonic settings. precise realization is given to the mixing of either analogue experiences and process-based types with the insights won from wide subsurface datasets.
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2000) are locally developed. Burrows and root traces are present but extremely rare in these deposits, in marked contrast to Middle and Late Triassic playa deposits. Locally, limited core data suggest the presence of well sorted, homogeneous siltstone to very fine-grained sandstone (Fig. 5B) which occurs in intervals up to 5 m thick. These intervals lack bedding or internal stratification, although a very indistinct, irregular, dish-like, wispy lamination is rarely discernible. 1 m), current ripple laminated, fine-grained sandstones with mud chips.
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