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  • {{#category_index:D|depositional energy}} See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:energy|''energy'']].
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  • {{#category_index:E|energy}} the energy is
    879 bytes (145 words) - 17:02, 5 February 2017
  • ...olcanic eruptions, etc. Nondepositional events may be caused by erosion or depositional hiatus (such as sediment bypassing). Events related to sea-level variations
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  • ...type of offlap reflection configuration associated with high depositional energy. The top of the pattern indicates the wave base See Figure [[Special:MyLang
    375 bytes (50 words) - 20:55, 27 October 2017
  • Bath, M., 1966, Earthquake energy and magnitude: Phys. Chem. Earth, 7, 115&ndash;165.</li> Energy Services.</li>
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  • The basin’s Permian-age shales have a non-marine (lacustrine) depositional characteristics and the shale gas appears to have elevated CO2 content, bot * South Australia Department for Energy and Mining. https://www.energymining.sa.gov.au/petroleum/prospectivity/coop
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  • ...round 1.3 billion barrels of oil left from water-flooding and [https://www.energy.gov/fe/science-innovation/oil-gas-research/enhanced-oil-recovery/ carbon di ...in West Texas Permian Basin. Retrieved from https://www.chron.com/business/energy/article/West-Texas-Permian-Basin-leads-yet-another-rig-14402429.php.]]
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  • ...rmed by the University of Aberdeen and University of Cardiff to study post-depositional remobilisation of deep-water sandstone reservoirs. ...ers' ability to cost-effectively generate and develop economic mineral and energy prospects, or to evaluate and mitigate potential seismic hazards.
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  • ...ult is reproduced in Figure 6.4-19a. Aside from the loss of high-frequency energy at early times, this modeled CMP gather is a close approximation to the ori ...for this is the necessity to retain in CMP data some of the nonhyperbolic energy, such as diffractions. In the present example, Figure 6.4-19d shows the dif
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  • ...fine layering of isotropic (or polar anisotropic) beds that constitute the depositional unit give rise to an anisotropy with its axis of symmetry perpendicular to ...form the plane wavefront ''B'' at a later time ''t'' + Δ''t''. While the energy was transmitted along the raypath ''SP'' at ''group velocity'', the wavefro
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  • ...Engineers. doi:10.2118/113011-MS</ref>. This area is notable not only for energy resources located offshore but also it's supporting infrastructure and refi ...e very cemented sandstone and mudstone to unconsolidated sand and mud. The depositional environments from carbonate reefs to deep-marine submarine fans has provide
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  • ...has information on Play Fairway Analysis for geothermal energy:'' [http://energy.gov/eere/geothermal/play-fairway-analysis] ...oration include regional structural trends (salt present or not) and gross depositional environments (shoreline sands or delta front sands or deepwater shale). Pla
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  • ...s. This assumption signifies that seismic reflector can have the different depositional environment and therefore it has information of various lithofacies units. ...ormable changes in depositional regime. These changes can be energy level, depositional environment, sedimentation rates, source, diagenesis and pore contents.<ref
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  • ...c rocks get broken down, altering into clay minerals, and transported into depositional basins, concentrations of radioactive isotopes increases in these areas.<re ...ntensity of the light produced. The light intensity is proportional to the energy levels of the [[:File:Gamma-Ray Spectrum.jpeg|gamma radiations of the diffe
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  • ...y]] , usually a dynamite or vibroseis is deployed (Figure 2). This way the energy penetrates the ground and gets reflected from subsurface layer, creating an ...y W., and Venkatarathnan Kolla. "Seismic geomorphology and stratigraphy of depositional elements in deep-water settings." ''Journal of sedimentary research'' 73.
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  • ...mpounds that sorbs to clays and organic material in both cases where their depositional environment is anoxic marine or oxidizing lacustrine. <ref> Ahmed, U., and ...to break easily. On the other hand, ductile rocks absorb a high amount of energy before fracturing and as a consequence, they deform plastically. <ref> Ruiz
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  • ...type of offlap reflection configuration associated with high depositional energy. The top of the pattern indicates the wave base See Figure [[Special:MyLang
    316 bytes (44 words) - 20:55, 27 October 2017
  • ...olcanic eruptions, etc. Nondepositional events may be caused by erosion or depositional hiatus (such as sediment bypassing). Events related to sea-level variations
    1 KB (213 words) - 10:40, 27 February 2017
  • {{#category_index:E|energy}} the energy is
    754 bytes (127 words) - 17:03, 5 February 2017
  • The IEA's 2014 World Energy Outlook acknowledged that the Middle East is still the only large source of * Jurassic and Cretaceous Intrashelf Basin 3D Earth Models and Depositional Settings
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