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References

Collins, E. W., Hovorka, S. D., and Laubach, S. E., 1992, Fracture systems of the Austin Chalk North-Central Texas, in Schmoker, J. W., Coalson, E. B., and Brown, C. A., eds., Geological studies relevant to horizontal drilling: examples from western North America: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, p. 129-142.

Friedman, M., and Wiltschko, D.V., 1992, An approach to exploration for naturally fractured reservoirs, with examples from the Austin Chalk, in Schmoker, J. W., Coalson, E. B., and Brown, C. A., eds., Geological studies relevant to horizontal drilling: examples from western North America: Rocky Mountains Association of Geologists, p. 143-153.

Hovorka, S. D., and Nance, H. S., 1994, Dynamic depositional and early diagenetic processes in a deep-water shelf setting, Upper Cretaceous Austin Chalk, North Texas: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions, v. 44, p. 269-276.

Laubach, S. E., Vendeville, B. C., and Reynolds, S. J., 1992, Patterns in the development of extensional fault-block shapes from comparison of outcrop-scale faults and experimental physical models, in Larsen, R. M., Brekke, H., Larsen, B. T., and Talleraas, E., eds., Structural and tectonic modeling and its application to petroleum geology: Elsevier, NPF Special Publication 1, p. 231-241.

Lock, B. E., 1984, Channels in resedimented chalks, Cretaceous Gulf coastal province of Texas and Mexico: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions, v. 34, p. 373.

Nance, H. S., Laubach, S. E., and Dutton, A. R., 1994, Fault and joint measurements in Austin Chalk, Superconducting Super Collider site, Texas: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions, v. 44, p. 521-532.

Scholle, P. A., 1997, Current oil and gas production from North America Upper Cretaceous chalks: United States Geological Survey Circular 767,
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