Petrophysical and mineralogical evolution of weathered crystalline basement in western Uganda: Implications for fluid transfer and storage
Unraveling the influence of throw and stratigraphy in controlling subseismic fault architecture of fold-thrust belts: An example from the Qaidam Basin, northeast Tibetan Plateau
Understanding and distinguishing reflectance measurements of solid bitumen and vitrinite using hydrous pyrolysis: Implications to petroleum assessment
Solving a tuff problem: Defining a chronostratigraphic framework for Middle to Upper Jurassic nonmarine strata in eastern Australia using uranium–lead chemical abrasion–thermal ionization...
ON COVER – Facilities at Imperial Oil's Cold Lake operation in Alberta, Canada. Cold Lake is one of the largest thermal in situ heavy oil operations in the world. The Clearwater Formation of the Manville Group is the primary producing interval at Cold Lake, the detailed stratigraphy of which is described in Wellner et al., AAPG Bulletin, v. 102, no. 3, p. 447–482.
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