Lithofacies identification in cores using deep learning segmentation and the role of geoscientists: Turbidite deposits (Gulf of Mexico and North Sea)
Characterizing maturity of reservoir pyrobitumen with strong anisotropy: A calibration between reflectance and laser Raman spectral parameters
The Goddard Shale in the eastern Anadarko Basin: Understanding an exceptionally productive mudrock reservoir with fluid-sensitive clay
Three-dimensional seismic interpretation of a meteorite impact feature, Red Wing Creek field, Williston Basin, western North Dakota
ON COVER – Black shale of the lower Cambrian Qiongzhusi Formation, Chengkou outcrop, northeastern Sichuan Basin, China. The pyrobitumen in the dolomite of the Sinian (Neoproterozoic) Dengying Formation was formed by cracking of oil sourced from the Qiongzhusi shale. See related paper by Zuo et al. on p. 1373 of this issue of the Bulletin.
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