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A 3-D geological model was constructed from a 3-D outcrop for reservoir flow simulation that can address the effects of small-scale (subseismic), interwell heterogeneities on production in analog deep-water oil and gas reservoirs.

The dimensions of the Hollywood Quarry, Arkansas 1, are 380 x 250 x 25 m (1247 x 821 x 83 ft) (2, 3). The quarry exposes in 3-D the upper Jackfork Group turbidites, which ate often used as an outcrop analog for deep-water reservoirs in the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere. A variety of turbidite facies are present: lenticular, channelized...

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