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Mississippian carbonates of northern Oklahoma were deposited on the Anadarko shelf (ramp) as several shallowing-upward sequences. In Woods County, Oklahoma, the Mississippian ranges in thickness from 350 ft (105 m) to the south to as little as 100 ft (30 m) to the north due to uplift and erosion. Lithologies observed in core are chert conglomerate, tripolitic chert (tripolite), dense chert, chert-rich limestone, dense limestone, and shale-rich limestone.

To evaluate the spatial distribution of Mississippian lithologies and petrophysical properties, and to explore the controls on production, this study integrates 3-D seismic with core and well-log data. As a constraint...

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