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Nearly 2,000 feet of continuous core, combined with well log and 3-D seismic data, afford a rare opportunity to document variations of stratal architecture and related processes of shelf-edge, growth faulted deltaic systems through active and inactive periods of growth faults at the scale of 4th-order sequences in the Frio Formation in Corpus Christi Bay.

The growth fault history, examined by expansion ratio and T-Z plots, is divided into three different periods: (1) development (rapid subsidence, growth ratio > 2, steep and positive slope of T-Z plot); (2) less active to inactive (no growth, flat to negative...

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