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Carbonate reservoirs are often comprised of a heterogeneous pore system within a matrix of variably distributed minerals including anhydrite, dolomite, and calcite. When describing carbonate thin sections, it is routine to assign relative abundance levels to each of these components, which are qualitative to semiquantitative (e.g., point counting) and vary greatly depending on the petrographer. Over the past few decades image analysis has gained wide use among petrographers; however, thin-section characterization using this technique has been primarily limited to quantifying the pore space due to the difficulty associated with optical recognition beyond the blue-dyed epoxy associated with the pores. Here,...

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