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CORE ATLAS, APPENDIX A

A1 – Location map of stratigraphic cross sections, correlation panels, and wells

A2 – Legend

A3 – Stratigraphic cross sections

A4 – Palaeogeographic maps

A5 – Well correlation panels

  • cored intervals per well

  • location of core photographs in wells (as shown in Appendix B)

Figure A.1:

Base map with cross sections (see Figure A.3) and correlation panels (see Figures A.5.I to A.5.VI).

Figure A.1:

Base map with cross sections (see Figure A.3) and correlation panels (see Figures A.5.I to A.5.VI).

Figure A.2:

Legend to symbols of Figures A.5.I to A.5.VI

Figure A.2:

Legend to symbols of Figures A.5.I to A.5.VI

Figure A.3:

Litho-chronostratigraphic section of the Late Permian through the eatern and central Netherlands (A.3.1) and through the western offshore of the Netherlands (A.3.II). Figures revised after Van Adrichem Boogaert and Kouwe (1993). See Fig. A.1.I and A.4.I and II for location of cross sections.

Figure A.3:

Litho-chronostratigraphic section of the Late Permian through the eatern and central Netherlands (A.3.1) and through the western offshore of the Netherlands (A.3.II). Figures revised after Van Adrichem Boogaert and Kouwe (1993). See Fig. A.1.I and A.4.I and II for location of cross sections.

Figure A4I:

Generalised distribution of depositional environments for the Lower Slochteren Member and time-equivalent sediments as per Doornenbol and Stevenson, 2010. For reference the southern dashed line indicates pinch-out line of the Ameland Member. The northern dashed line marks the Northern pinch-out of sandy reservoir facies in the Lower Slochteren Member (Mijnlieff and Gleuk, this volume). Blue hatched areas show the main fluvially dominated areas in the Western offshore area and around the Groningen field in the north-east of the Netherlands. Note that according to seismic data (see Grötsch et al., this volume), the Ameland Member forms a time line and indicates onlap of the Lower Slochteren Member onto the Carboniferous high towards the South. This suggests that the distribution of depositional environments to the south of the Ameland pinch-out line may not be similar for Lower and Upper Slochteren as shown in this Fig. and Fig. A.4.II. For further discussion see also van Ojik et al. and Mijnlieff et al. (this volume). Section A′–A′’ and B′–B′’ indicate cross sections in Fig. A.3.I and A.3.II, respectively. Correlation panels in Appendix A are represented by coloured lines and labeled with figure numbers for reference.

Figure A4I:

Generalised distribution of depositional environments for the Lower Slochteren Member and time-equivalent sediments as per Doornenbol and Stevenson, 2010. For reference the southern dashed line indicates pinch-out line of the Ameland Member. The northern dashed line marks the Northern pinch-out of sandy reservoir facies in the Lower Slochteren Member (Mijnlieff and Gleuk, this volume). Blue hatched areas show the main fluvially dominated areas in the Western offshore area and around the Groningen field in the north-east of the Netherlands. Note that according to seismic data (see Grötsch et al., this volume), the Ameland Member forms a time line and indicates onlap of the Lower Slochteren Member onto the Carboniferous high towards the South. This suggests that the distribution of depositional environments to the south of the Ameland pinch-out line may not be similar for Lower and Upper Slochteren as shown in this Fig. and Fig. A.4.II. For further discussion see also van Ojik et al. and Mijnlieff et al. (this volume). Section A′–A′’ and B′–B′’ indicate cross sections in Fig. A.3.I and A.3.II, respectively. Correlation panels in Appendix A are represented by coloured lines and labeled with figure numbers for reference.

Figure A4II:

Generalised distribution of depositional environments for the Upper Slochteren Member and time-equivalent sediments as per Doornebal and Stevenson, eds. (2010). For reference the southern dashed line indicates the pinch-out line of the Ameland Member. The northern dashed line marks the northern pinch-out of sandy reservoir facies in the Upper Slochteren Member (Mijnlieff and Geluk, this volume). Blue hatched areas show the main fluvially dominated areas in the Western offshore area and around the Groningen field in the northeast of the Netherlands. Note that according to seismic data (see Grötsch et al., this volume), the Ameland Member forms a time line and indicates onlap of the Lower Slochteren Member onto the Carboniferous high towards the South. Section A’–A’’ and B’–B’’ indicate cross sections in Fig. A.3.I & II, respectively. Correlation panels in Appendix A are represented by coloured lines and labelled with figure numbers for reference.

Figure A4II:

Generalised distribution of depositional environments for the Upper Slochteren Member and time-equivalent sediments as per Doornebal and Stevenson, eds. (2010). For reference the southern dashed line indicates the pinch-out line of the Ameland Member. The northern dashed line marks the northern pinch-out of sandy reservoir facies in the Upper Slochteren Member (Mijnlieff and Geluk, this volume). Blue hatched areas show the main fluvially dominated areas in the Western offshore area and around the Groningen field in the northeast of the Netherlands. Note that according to seismic data (see Grötsch et al., this volume), the Ameland Member forms a time line and indicates onlap of the Lower Slochteren Member onto the Carboniferous high towards the South. Section A’–A’’ and B’–B’’ indicate cross sections in Fig. A.3.I & II, respectively. Correlation panels in Appendix A are represented by coloured lines and labelled with figure numbers for reference.

Figure A.5.I:

North-south-oriented correlation panel parallel to the main fluvial axis in eastern onshore-offshore from proximal fan deposits (south) running off into playa lake (north).

Figure A.5.I:

North-south-oriented correlation panel parallel to the main fluvial axis in eastern onshore-offshore from proximal fan deposits (south) running off into playa lake (north).

Figure A.5.II:

North-south-oriented correlation panel parallel to the main fluvial axis in western offshore from proximal fluvial deposits (south) running off into playa lake (north),

Figure A.5.II:

North-south-oriented correlation panel parallel to the main fluvial axis in western offshore from proximal fluvial deposits (south) running off into playa lake (north),

Figure A.5.III:

North-south-oriented correlation panel through western offshore from proximal fluvial deposts (south) into aeolian domain (central) and transition into playa lake deposits (north).

Figure A.5.III:

North-south-oriented correlation panel through western offshore from proximal fluvial deposts (south) into aeolian domain (central) and transition into playa lake deposits (north).

Figure A.5.IV:

East-west-oriented correlation panel from proximal-fluvially-dominated deposits in western offshore through the central Netherlands erg to the pedogenic deposits at basin margin (east).

Figure A.5.IV:

East-west-oriented correlation panel from proximal-fluvially-dominated deposits in western offshore through the central Netherlands erg to the pedogenic deposits at basin margin (east).

Figure A.5.V:

East–west oriented correlation panel demonstrating the lithological variability approximatelty parallel to the basin edge in the south. Variations in thicknes sand depositional environment are interpreted to be governed by palaeo-relief (Mijnlieff and Geluk, thisvolume).

Figure A.5.V:

East–west oriented correlation panel demonstrating the lithological variability approximatelty parallel to the basin edge in the south. Variations in thicknes sand depositional environment are interpreted to be governed by palaeo-relief (Mijnlieff and Geluk, thisvolume).

Figure A.5.VI:

East-west correlation panel demonstrating the distal shaling out of Lower Slochteren (“feather edge”) in the northwestern offshore and transition into an intermediate feather-edge zone in the northern onshore.

Figure A.5.VI:

East-west correlation panel demonstrating the distal shaling out of Lower Slochteren (“feather edge”) in the northwestern offshore and transition into an intermediate feather-edge zone in the northern onshore.

Figures & Tables

Figure A.1:

Base map with cross sections (see Figure A.3) and correlation panels (see Figures A.5.I to A.5.VI).

Figure A.1:

Base map with cross sections (see Figure A.3) and correlation panels (see Figures A.5.I to A.5.VI).

Figure A.2:

Legend to symbols of Figures A.5.I to A.5.VI

Figure A.2:

Legend to symbols of Figures A.5.I to A.5.VI

Figure A.3:

Litho-chronostratigraphic section of the Late Permian through the eatern and central Netherlands (A.3.1) and through the western offshore of the Netherlands (A.3.II). Figures revised after Van Adrichem Boogaert and Kouwe (1993). See Fig. A.1.I and A.4.I and II for location of cross sections.

Figure A.3:

Litho-chronostratigraphic section of the Late Permian through the eatern and central Netherlands (A.3.1) and through the western offshore of the Netherlands (A.3.II). Figures revised after Van Adrichem Boogaert and Kouwe (1993). See Fig. A.1.I and A.4.I and II for location of cross sections.

Figure A4I:

Generalised distribution of depositional environments for the Lower Slochteren Member and time-equivalent sediments as per Doornenbol and Stevenson, 2010. For reference the southern dashed line indicates pinch-out line of the Ameland Member. The northern dashed line marks the Northern pinch-out of sandy reservoir facies in the Lower Slochteren Member (Mijnlieff and Gleuk, this volume). Blue hatched areas show the main fluvially dominated areas in the Western offshore area and around the Groningen field in the north-east of the Netherlands. Note that according to seismic data (see Grötsch et al., this volume), the Ameland Member forms a time line and indicates onlap of the Lower Slochteren Member onto the Carboniferous high towards the South. This suggests that the distribution of depositional environments to the south of the Ameland pinch-out line may not be similar for Lower and Upper Slochteren as shown in this Fig. and Fig. A.4.II. For further discussion see also van Ojik et al. and Mijnlieff et al. (this volume). Section A′–A′’ and B′–B′’ indicate cross sections in Fig. A.3.I and A.3.II, respectively. Correlation panels in Appendix A are represented by coloured lines and labeled with figure numbers for reference.

Figure A4I:

Generalised distribution of depositional environments for the Lower Slochteren Member and time-equivalent sediments as per Doornenbol and Stevenson, 2010. For reference the southern dashed line indicates pinch-out line of the Ameland Member. The northern dashed line marks the Northern pinch-out of sandy reservoir facies in the Lower Slochteren Member (Mijnlieff and Gleuk, this volume). Blue hatched areas show the main fluvially dominated areas in the Western offshore area and around the Groningen field in the north-east of the Netherlands. Note that according to seismic data (see Grötsch et al., this volume), the Ameland Member forms a time line and indicates onlap of the Lower Slochteren Member onto the Carboniferous high towards the South. This suggests that the distribution of depositional environments to the south of the Ameland pinch-out line may not be similar for Lower and Upper Slochteren as shown in this Fig. and Fig. A.4.II. For further discussion see also van Ojik et al. and Mijnlieff et al. (this volume). Section A′–A′’ and B′–B′’ indicate cross sections in Fig. A.3.I and A.3.II, respectively. Correlation panels in Appendix A are represented by coloured lines and labeled with figure numbers for reference.

Figure A4II:

Generalised distribution of depositional environments for the Upper Slochteren Member and time-equivalent sediments as per Doornebal and Stevenson, eds. (2010). For reference the southern dashed line indicates the pinch-out line of the Ameland Member. The northern dashed line marks the northern pinch-out of sandy reservoir facies in the Upper Slochteren Member (Mijnlieff and Geluk, this volume). Blue hatched areas show the main fluvially dominated areas in the Western offshore area and around the Groningen field in the northeast of the Netherlands. Note that according to seismic data (see Grötsch et al., this volume), the Ameland Member forms a time line and indicates onlap of the Lower Slochteren Member onto the Carboniferous high towards the South. Section A’–A’’ and B’–B’’ indicate cross sections in Fig. A.3.I & II, respectively. Correlation panels in Appendix A are represented by coloured lines and labelled with figure numbers for reference.

Figure A4II:

Generalised distribution of depositional environments for the Upper Slochteren Member and time-equivalent sediments as per Doornebal and Stevenson, eds. (2010). For reference the southern dashed line indicates the pinch-out line of the Ameland Member. The northern dashed line marks the northern pinch-out of sandy reservoir facies in the Upper Slochteren Member (Mijnlieff and Geluk, this volume). Blue hatched areas show the main fluvially dominated areas in the Western offshore area and around the Groningen field in the northeast of the Netherlands. Note that according to seismic data (see Grötsch et al., this volume), the Ameland Member forms a time line and indicates onlap of the Lower Slochteren Member onto the Carboniferous high towards the South. Section A’–A’’ and B’–B’’ indicate cross sections in Fig. A.3.I & II, respectively. Correlation panels in Appendix A are represented by coloured lines and labelled with figure numbers for reference.

Figure A.5.I:

North-south-oriented correlation panel parallel to the main fluvial axis in eastern onshore-offshore from proximal fan deposits (south) running off into playa lake (north).

Figure A.5.I:

North-south-oriented correlation panel parallel to the main fluvial axis in eastern onshore-offshore from proximal fan deposits (south) running off into playa lake (north).

Figure A.5.II:

North-south-oriented correlation panel parallel to the main fluvial axis in western offshore from proximal fluvial deposits (south) running off into playa lake (north),

Figure A.5.II:

North-south-oriented correlation panel parallel to the main fluvial axis in western offshore from proximal fluvial deposits (south) running off into playa lake (north),

Figure A.5.III:

North-south-oriented correlation panel through western offshore from proximal fluvial deposts (south) into aeolian domain (central) and transition into playa lake deposits (north).

Figure A.5.III:

North-south-oriented correlation panel through western offshore from proximal fluvial deposts (south) into aeolian domain (central) and transition into playa lake deposits (north).

Figure A.5.IV:

East-west-oriented correlation panel from proximal-fluvially-dominated deposits in western offshore through the central Netherlands erg to the pedogenic deposits at basin margin (east).

Figure A.5.IV:

East-west-oriented correlation panel from proximal-fluvially-dominated deposits in western offshore through the central Netherlands erg to the pedogenic deposits at basin margin (east).

Figure A.5.V:

East–west oriented correlation panel demonstrating the lithological variability approximatelty parallel to the basin edge in the south. Variations in thicknes sand depositional environment are interpreted to be governed by palaeo-relief (Mijnlieff and Geluk, thisvolume).

Figure A.5.V:

East–west oriented correlation panel demonstrating the lithological variability approximatelty parallel to the basin edge in the south. Variations in thicknes sand depositional environment are interpreted to be governed by palaeo-relief (Mijnlieff and Geluk, thisvolume).

Figure A.5.VI:

East-west correlation panel demonstrating the distal shaling out of Lower Slochteren (“feather edge”) in the northwestern offshore and transition into an intermediate feather-edge zone in the northern onshore.

Figure A.5.VI:

East-west correlation panel demonstrating the distal shaling out of Lower Slochteren (“feather edge”) in the northwestern offshore and transition into an intermediate feather-edge zone in the northern onshore.

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