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Production-scale variability in Mississippian reservoirs of the U.S. midcontinent is poorly understood, largely due to distant spacing of subsurface wells and the lack of outcrops that provide a 3-D distribution of potential reservoir facies. This study utilizes exposures of Upper Mississippian (Meramecian to Chesterian in age) lithofacies in a quarry to develop a 1st-order 3-D facies model at a production or enhanced-production scale (<40 ac [<16.2 ha]).

By utilizing photogrammetry to stitch and georeference high-resolution aerial photos, 3-D representations of outcropping walls and pavement were created at a submeter resolution and serve as valuable tools for the visualization of...

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