Evolution of formation waters in the Permian Basin, United States: Late Permian evaporated seawater to Neogene meteoric water
A practical approach for applying Bayesian logic to determine the probabilities of subsurface scenarios: Example from an offshore oilfield
Simple is better when it comes to sequence stratigraphy: The Clearwater Formation of the Mannville Group reinterpreted using a genetic body approach
Seismic stratigraphy of a Lower Cretaceous prograding carbonate platform (Oman) and implications for the eustatic sea-level curve
ON COVER — Rainwater and the western Permian Basin. Photo is the West Face of the Guadalupe Mountain and an adjacent playa lake. Rainwater has been entering the subsurface at the northwestern margin of the Permian Basin (mainly north of the photo area) and displacing saline late Permian waters throughout the Permian Basin. See related article by Saller and Stueber, p. 401–428, this issue of the Bulletin. Photo by Art Saller.
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