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Facies models for deep-water resedimented conglomerates have not changed a great deal since the 1970s and 1980s, but modern reservoir modeling for hydrocarbon fields requires a modified approach to facies classification. The Brae trend of the South Viking Graben, North Sea, comprises a whole suite of turbidite architectural styles, built from a wide range of bed types, which are interpreted to extend over the entire range of deep-water sedimentary process and product. Many questions can be answered about facies and facies models using what we know about the Brae fields, outcrop analogs, and modern sea-floor studies. What types of...

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