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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 2015
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2015) 85 (8): 968–989.
... of minor variations in relative sea level, sediment supply, and/or wave climate. The four bedsets can be traced to river-dominated deltaic deposits (Panther Tongue) in the northern part of the study area. We interpret the parasequence on the scale of the Wasatch Plateau outcrop belt as the record...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2010
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2010) 80 (11): 1018–1031.
... the Panther Tongue Sandstone Member and parasequence 1f from the Ferron Sandstone were used to study the relationship between bed thickness, dip, and decay gradient parameter (τ), which describes the down-dip bed thinning. Clinothems in the Panther Tongue are much longer and more gently dipping than...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 June 2010
AAPG Bulletin (2010) 94 (6): 819–845.
...Cornel Olariu; Ronald J. Steel; Andrew L. Petter Abstract The Cretaceous Panther Tongue has an upward-coarsening and -thickening pattern and is well exposed in extensive large outcrops in the Book Cliffs area, west-central Utah. The deposits have been interpreted as having formed in a fluvial...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 February 2010
AAPG Bulletin (2010) 94 (2): 139–161.
... analogs. Two well-exposed ancient river-dominated delta systems, the Panther Tongue and the Ferron Sandstone Member, which both crop out in central Utah, were digitally mapped to precisely recreate their clinothem and clinoform geometries in geocellular reservoir modeling software. Such clinoforms...
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Series: SEPM Special Publication, SEPM Special Publication
Published: 01 January 2005
DOI: 10.2110/pec.05.83.0155
EISBN: 9781565762190
... Abstract The detailed 3-D facies architecture of “terminal” distributary channels in proximal delta-front deposits of the Cretaceous Panther Tongue delta in central Utah is imaged using digital mapping techniques and ground-penetrating radar (GPR). Four lithofacies were identified: massive...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1966
AAPG Bulletin (1966) 50 (3): 618.
...James D. Howard ABSTRACT The Upper Cretaceous Panther Tongue of east-central Utah is exceptionally well exposed in the Book Cliffs and Wasatch plateau and offers an unusual opportunity to study, in three dimensions, the morphology and internal structure of a nearshore depositional complex...
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Outcrops of the <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> of the Star Point Formation and representati...
Published: 04 December 2019
Fig. 18.— Outcrops of the Panther Tongue of the Star Point Formation and representative stratigraphy near Helper, Utah. A) The stratal stacking in a coarsening upward succession (CUS) of distal to proximal delta-front deposits. B) Sand-filled scours (Sc) and slumps (Sl) in proximal delta
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(A) Photo panorama of the <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> on western cliff face of Price Can...
Published: 01 December 2014
Figure 5 (A) Photo panorama of the Panther Tongue on western cliff face of Price Canyon (sections PT1 and PT2; Figure  4C ); (B) bedding diagram drawn directly from the photo panorama, illustrating clinoform surfaces and facies-association distribution; and (C) bedding diagram flattened
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Stratigraphic log from the <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> summarizing main features of the ...
Published: 01 November 2010
Figure 4 Stratigraphic log from the Panther Tongue summarizing main features of the clinothems. Location indicated in photo from the log area and also in Figure 1 .
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Clinothem thickness-length distributions for  A)  <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> and  B)  F...
Published: 01 November 2010
Figure 7 Clinothem thickness-length distributions for A) Panther Tongue and B) Ferron. The change in the thickness of selected individual clinothems along their length for the first 300 m is plotted with common zero starting point to facilitate comparison. For selected clinothems the data
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In the <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b>, nine decay-gradient and nine corresponding dip-value...
Published: 01 November 2010
Figure 8 In the Panther Tongue, nine decay-gradient and nine corresponding dip-value groups (cycles) were identified (five from the west of and four from the east of Highway 6 respectively). Corresponding gradient and dip groups are shown in same colors. Corresponding gradient and dip groups
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(A) <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> outcrop belt. The filled square indicates the area displ...
Published: 01 June 2010
Figure 3 (A) Panther Tongue outcrop belt. The filled square indicates the area displayed at the right. (B) Data collected in this study.
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<b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> paleocurrents and clinoform dip direction (arrows) in the He...
Published: 01 June 2010
Figure 10 Panther Tongue paleocurrents and clinoform dip direction (arrows) in the Helper area. The paleocurrents measured in west Spring Canyon are from Olariu et al. (2005) . Note the 10–15° differences between the orientations of the paleocurrents and the clinoforms. HSC and SC = measured
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<b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b>-depositional block diagram with drilling scenarios for a res...
Published: 01 June 2010
Figure 18 Panther Tongue-depositional block diagram with drilling scenarios for a reservoir with Panther Tongue characteristics. Scenario A, along strike; scenario B, downdip; and scenario C, directional subhorizontal parallel with the ravinement surface.
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Facies model of the <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b>. (A) Model and terrain. (B) Model (top),...
Published: 01 February 2010
Figure 5 Facies model of the Panther Tongue. (A) Model and terrain. (B) Model (top), cross sections with wells (middle), and ×25 vertical exaggeration cross section (bottom). Green = mudstone; yellow = sandstone; blue = lag.
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Recovery factor results from flow modeling. (A) <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> models. (B) ...
Published: 01 February 2010
Figure 6 Recovery factor results from flow modeling. (A) Panther Tongue models. (B) Ferron Sandstone models. Note the variations in the Ferron Sandstone results compared to the Panther Tongue results.
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Flow simulation results from the <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> models. Simulations were ru...
Published: 01 February 2010
Figure 8 Flow simulation results from the Panther Tongue models. Simulations were run until one pore volume of water was injected. In addition to oil production results, field pressure and water production for the 30%, 0.1 (30 0_1) md run are plotted. (A) Cumulative production. (B) Production
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A)  Strike-oriented photomosaic of the Cretaceous <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> sandstone,...
Published: 01 February 2006
Figure 9 A) Strike-oriented photomosaic of the Cretaceous Panther Tongue sandstone, Utah. For location see Figure 10A ; numbers along the top of the photomosaic indicate the location of the measured sections. B) Bedding diagram showing terminal distributary channels. C) Terminal
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A)  Location map of <b>Panther</b> <b>Tongue</b> outcrops.  B)  Dip-oriented photomosaic ...
Published: 01 February 2006
Figure 10 A) Location map of Panther Tongue outcrops. B) Dip-oriented photomosaic and bedding diagram showing seaward-dipping clinoforms. Clinoforms have angles between 1 and 9 degrees relative to the ravinement surface (paleohorizontal). C) Dip-oriented photomosaic, bedding diagram
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2011
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2011) 81 (3): 159–184.
... sediment supply near the northwestern limit of the study area during deposition of an areally extensive (> 800 km 2 ) river-dominated delta-front complex (Panther Tongue). This highly focused fluvial sediment flux probably occurred via a structurally controlled sediment entry point between two active...
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