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Carbonate sand accumulations of reservoir size commonly occur on or near the seaward edge of banks, platforms and shelves. They may also form within the platform interiors or on topographically high areas in regionally deep water, but these occurrences are not as common as those along the margins. Bank-margin sand accumulations may grade landward or seaward within a fraction of a kilometer of other environments and, thus, do not have wide lateral extent in a dip direction. Such accumulations are sufficiently distinct and economically important as carbonate reservoirs to warrant their treatment in some detail. This paper provides...

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