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Gulf of Mexico Basin Late Tertiary Deep-Water Biostratigraphic Zonation: Relationship to Standard Shelf Foraminiferal and Calcareous Nannofossil Marker Terminology

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Sylvester Q. Breard
Sylvester Q. Breard
Applied Biostratigraphix 717 East 8th Street Houston, Texas 77007 Ph./Fax (713) 868-7444 E-mail: biostrat@aol.com
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Arden D. Callender
Arden D. Callender
Applied Biostratigraphix 717 East 8th Street Houston, Texas 77007 Ph./Fax (713) 868-7444 E-mail: biostrat@aol.com
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Richard A. Denne
Richard A. Denne
Applied Biostratigraphix 717 East 8th Street Houston, Texas 77007 Ph./Fax (713) 868-7444 E-mail: biostrat@aol.com
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Michael J. Nault
Michael J. Nault
Applied Biostratigraphix 717 East 8th Street Houston, Texas 77007 Ph./Fax (713) 868-7444 E-mail: biostrat@aol.com
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Published:
December 01, 2000
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GCSSEPM

Deep-Water Reservoirs of the World

Paul Weimer
Paul Weimer
Houston, Texas
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SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology
Volume
20
ISBN electronic:
978-0-9836097-0-4
Publication date:
December 01, 2000

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