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The Mississippian system in the midcontinent of the United States is a complex carbonate- and chert-dominated system with a large degree of reservoir variability and heterogeneity. An outcrop study was done in the state of Arkansas on the Middle Mississippian (Visean) Burlington-Keokuk Formation to analyze the depositional setting and high-resolution sequence stratigraphic architecture to better understand the reservoir distribution of similar units in the subsurface.

The outcrop location, in the northwestern portion of the state of Arkansas, was studied using an integrated sequence stratigraphic approach, combining high-resolution photography for tracing bed boundaries and lithologic contacts along with facies determination...

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