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Middle Devonian Dundee Formation carbonates are prolific hydrocarbon reservoirs throughout the Michigan Basin that have produced in excess of 375 million barrels of oil from more than 100 fields. There is limited fundamental understanding of the complex facies mosaics and stratigraphic architecture in this interval. This stratigraphic complexity is likely controlling the reservoir architecture in both lateral and vertical dimensions. The primary goal of this study was to develop a more detailed understanding of the stratigraphic architecture of the Dundee Formation in the South Buckeye field through utilization of closely spaced subsurface cores and accompanying wireline logs. Data on...

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