The Atoka Sandstone forms a major gas reservoir in the Fort Worth Basin, as well as northward in the Arkoma Basin. The nature and depositional setting of the Atoka are the subject of a study that addresses the morphometrics of channelized reservoirs, source areas and subsequent spatial changes in facies and possible analogs for deposits.
Detail of area shown in light orange. Click images below to enlarge.
This area shown in light orange on location map.
Nysha Chaderton examines the units of the Scotland Formation onshore Barbados where they have undergone extensive folding in the accretionary prism.
Graph of Mass Transport Deposit morphometrics from systems in basins around the world, done by Lorena Moscardelli.
Topographic rendering of the Eberswalde Delta on the planet of Mars. Part of research being done by Lesli Wood and John Andrews.
400 x 400 cell reservoir model of a single progradational sandstone interval in the Mahogany field, offshore Trinidad. Note the fault transfer ramps across which active depositional systems prograde during deposition. Image by Terence Campbell.