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An outcrop-behind outcrop study was conducted in and adjacent to a 300 × 100 × 16 m (980 × 330 × 50 ft) quarry of the gas-producing Woodford Shale to structurally/stratigraphically characterize it from the pore to subregional scales using a variety of techniques.

Strata around quarry walls were described and correlated to a 64 m (210 ft) long continuous core drilled 150 m (500 ft) back from the quarry wall and almost to the Woodford-Hunton unconformity. Borehole logs obtained include neutron and density porosity (NPHI and DPHI) logs, and logs from Elemental Capture Spectroscopy (ECS™), Combinable Magnetic Resonance...

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