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<b>1</b>. See [[Dictionary:migration_(seismic)|''migration (seismic)'']]. <b>2</b>. Movement of ions in a solution because of an electric-field gradient; called <b>mobility</b>. <b>3</b>. Movement of hydrocarbons between the locales of their generation and accumulation. <b>4</b>. Movement of fluids (e.g., of a oil and water) in a reservoir.
 
<b>1</b>. See [[Dictionary:migration_(seismic)|''migration (seismic)'']]. <b>2</b>. Movement of ions in a solution because of an electric-field gradient; called <b>mobility</b>. <b>3</b>. Movement of hydrocarbons between the locales of their generation and accumulation. <b>4</b>. Movement of fluids (e.g., of a oil and water) in a reservoir.

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1. See migration (seismic). 2. Movement of ions in a solution because of an electric-field gradient; called mobility. 3. Movement of hydrocarbons between the locales of their generation and accumulation. 4. Movement of fluids (e.g., of a oil and water) in a reservoir.