77-90 Distribution of total dissolved solids in Mc Murray Formation water in the Athabasca oil sands region, Alberta, Canada: Implications for regional hydrogeology and resource development Data Source, Location and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) Values of Mc Murray Formation Waters V.
1739-1759 Upper Devonian–Mississippian stratigraphic framework of the Arkoma Basin and distribution of potential source-rock facies in the Woodford–Chattanooga and Fayetteville–Caney shale-gas systems Unbroken color version of Figure 10 A 10-page table with the identity and location of the wells listed on oversized Figure in PDF format V. Alternatively, the file can be opened in the free Move-viewer, which can be downloaded from http//com/software/moveviewer Laboratory measurement table in PDF format V.
1213-1234 Cenozoic fault systems in southwest Qaidam Basin, northeastern Tibetan Plateau: Geometry, temporal development, and significance for hydrocarbon accumulation Lei Wu, Ancheng Xiao, Dade Ma, Hongge Li, Bo Xu, Ya Shen, and Liguang Ma Appendix: Seismic Profiles In Depth Domain The Appendix is available in PDF format on the AAPG Web site V. This file can be opened with the software "Move" from Midland Valley. 1099-1119 Arabian carbonate reservoirs: A depositional model of the Arab-D reservoir in Khurais field, Saudi Arabia Unbroken version of Figure 3 in PDF format Characterization of Arab-D reservoir core, Aramco KHKH Khurais, Kurais field.
449-463 Geologic Note: The petrophysical and petrographical properties of hyaloclastite deposits: Implications for petroleum exploration Appendixes 1 and 2 in PDF Format Appendix 1: Formulation of resource potential calculation, and Appendix 2: Correlated random variable data set used in the hypothetical example V. Bedrock Samples Used to Establish Cathodoluminescent Colors of Potential Source Rocks V. This file can be read only with Schlumberger software Petrel(r), version 2013.3 and up. 597-618 Measuring and modeling fault density for CO2 storage plume-fault encounter probability estimation Appendix 1: Fault population data Table presenting fault data from select oil and gas field structure maps in California Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) (1998) V. 2 (February 2013), P.309-343 Outcrop-based reservoir characterization of a kilometer-scale sand-injectite complex Appendixes 1 - 16 Appendixes 2-10: Outcrop Data and Sample Location; Appendixes 11-12 Net to Gross and Proportion of Dikes Sills, And Extrudites Appendixes 13-16: Petrographic and Permeability Data Acquisition V. 11 (November 2012), P.2037-2064 Sea level and vertical motion of continents from dynamic earth models since the Late Cretaceous High-Resolution versions of Figures 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, plus Appendix 1, 2, and 3 in PDF Format V. 8 (August 2012), P.1553-1578 Grain assemblages and strong diagenetic overprinting in siliceous mudrocks, Barnett Shale (Mississippian), Fort Worth Basin, Texas Table 1 Analytical Data, in PDF Format Table 1.
1503–1520 Detrital quartz sources in the Scotian Basin, eastern Canada, using hot-cathode cathodoluminescence: Availability of coarse-grained sand for reservoirs Table S1. 597-618 Building a three-dimensional near-surface geologic and petrophysical model based on borehole data: A case study from Chémery, Paris Basin, France Petrel2012The complete 3-D project containing the lithological interfaces, faults, and the petrophysical data is included in the zip file. 439-457 Using copulas for implementation of variable dependencies in petroleum resource assessment: Example from Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin, Canada Appendixes 1 and 2 in PDF Format Appendix 1: Formulation of resource potential calculation, and Appendix 2: Correlated random variable data set used in the hypothetical example V.
415-438 Stratigraphic uncertainty in sparse versus rich data sets in a fluvial-deltaic outcrop analog: Ferron Notom delta in the Henry Mountains region, Utah Appendixes 1 and 2 in PDF Format Appendix 1 (measured studies used in studies 1 and 2) and Appendix 2 (digitized pseudo-gamma logs) V.
1585-1617 Characteristics and formation mechanisms of large volcanic rock oil reservoirs: A case study of the Carboniferous rocks in the Kebai fault zone of Junggar Basin, China Datashare 71 V.100, No. 843-865 Hydrogen sulfide formation, fate, and behavior in anhydrite-sealed carbonate gas reservoirs: A three-dimensional reactive mass transport modeling approach Datashare 70 V.100, No. 269–287 Sandstone provenance and insights into the paleogeography of the Mc Murray Formation from detrital zircon geochronology, Athabasca Oil Sands, Canada Datashare Repository V.
2221–2245 Pitfalls of using entrenched fracture relationships: Fractures in bedded carbonates of the Hidden Valley Fault Zone, Canyon Lake Gorge, Comal County, Texas Brad D.
Costley, and Luciana de la Rocha Andrés Reyes-Harker, Carlos Fernando Ruiz-Valdivieso, Andrés Mora, Juan Carlos Ramírez-Arias, Guillermo Rodriguez, Felipe de la Parra, Victor Caballero, Mauricio Parra, Nestor Moreno, Brian K. Saylor, Alejandro Silva, Victor Valencia, Daniel Stockli, and Vladimir Blanco Detrital Zircon U-Pb General Data Set: Detailed data for the information in Table 1 V.
1099–1129 Stratigraphic evolution of intraslope minibasins: Insights from surface-based model Ten files illustrating the evolution of intraslope minibasins.
927–956 From shale oil to biogenic shale gas: Retracing organic–inorganic interactions in the Alum Shale (Furongian-Lower Ordovician) in southern Sweden Oil Degradation Alum Shale The PHREEQC Interactive 3.0 Computer Code, and its PRHREEQC.
791–805 Evaluation of the compositional changes during flooding of reactive fluids using scanning electron microscopy, nano-secondary ion mass spectrometry, x-ray diffraction, and whole-rock geochemistry Supplementary Figures S1, S2, and S3; Tables S1 and S2, in PDF format V.
763–789 Hetergeneous distribution of pyrobitumen attributable to oil cracking and its effect on carbonate reservoirs: Feixianguan Formation in the Jiannan gas field, China Table 3: Supplementary 8-page table of wells in PDF format V.
389-401 Neoformed magnetic minerals as an indicator of moderate burial: The key example of middle Paleozoic sedimentary rocks, West Virginia Supplementary Tables and Figures Table S1: Coordinates of the Studied Samples from West Virginia Table S2: Magnetic Properties of the Studied Samples from West Virginia Figure S1: Marcellus Shale organic petrography Figure S2: Tonoloway Limestone organic petrography/p A 10-page table in PDF format with the identity and location of the wells listed on oversized Figure 6 V.