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AAPG Datashare is a place where authors of AAPG Bulletin articles and book chapters may share data (files) related to but not necessarily included in articles. Authors are invited to share large data sets, spreadsheets, oversized images, and animations.

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V. 103, no. 10 (October 2019), pp. 2295-2315
An uncertainty approach to estimate recoverable reserves from the Bakken petroleum system in the North Dakota part of the Williston Basin
Cosima Theloy, Jay E. Leonard, and Sarah C. Smith
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V. 103, no. 9 (September 2019), pp. 2045-2072
Factors controlling source and reservoir characteristics in the Niobrara shale oil system, Denver Basin
Yuanjia Han, Brian Horsfield, Nicolaj Mahlstedt, Richard Wirth, David J. Curry, and Heather LaReau
Datashare 111 (.xlsx)

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V. 103, no. 8 (August 2019), pp. 1889-1924
Structural features and genesis of microscopic pores in lacustrine shale in an oil window: A case study of the Dongying depression
Linye Zhong, Zhonghong Chen, Zheng Li, Shouchun Zhang, Juyuan Li, Qing Liu, Rifang Zhu, Jingong Zhang, and Youshu Bao
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V. 103, no. 7 (July 2019), pp. 1605-1624
Thermal properties of sedimentary rocks in the Tarim Basin, northwestern China
Xianglan Li, Shaowen Liu, and Changge Feng
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V. 103, no. 7 (July 2019), pp. 1525-1552
Detrital zircon ages: A key to unraveling provenance variations in the eastern Yinggehai—Song Hong Basin, South China Sea
Ce Wang, Xinquan Liang, David A. Foster, Xirong Liang, Chuanxin Tong, and Ping Liu
Datashare 108 (.xls)

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V.103, no. 6 (June 2019), pp. 1473-1492
An efficient, consistent, and trackable method to quantify organic matter–hosted porosity from ion-milled scanning electron microscope images of mudrock gas reservoirs
Liaosha Song, Travis Warner, and Timothy Carr
Datashare 107 (.docx)

Datashare 106

V.103, no. 6 (June 2019), pp. 1321-1350
Late Mesozoic sediment provenance on Georges Bank: Enlargement of river drainages to the Atlantic Ocean in the Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous
Isabel Chavez, Georgia Pe-Piper, David J. W. Piper, and R. Andrew MacRae
Datashare 106 (.xlsx)

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V.103, no. 5 (May 2019), pp. 1179-1224
Tectonic evolution of petroleum systems within the onshore Llanos Basin: Insights on the presence of Orinoco heavy oil analogs in Colombia and a comparison with other heavy oil provinces worldwide
A. Mora, Diego Fernando Garcia-Bautista, A. Reyes-Harker, M. Parra, V. Blanco, N. Sanchez, F. de la Parra, V. Caballero, G. Rodriguez, C. Ruiz, J. Naranjo, E. Teson, F. Niño, I. Quintero, N. Moreno, Eduardo Cardozo, Nestor Gamba, Brian K. Horton, and Juan Pablo Arias-Martinez
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V.103, no. 5 (May 2019), pp. 1225-1264
Water flow, oil biodegradation, and hydrodynamic traps in the Llanos Basin, Colombia
Andres Mora, Ricardo Andres Gomez, Camilo Diaz, Victor Caballero, Mauricio Parra, Carlos Villamizar, Alvaro Lasso, Richard A. Ketcham, and Felipe Gonzalez-Penagos, John Rico, and Juan Pablo Arias-Martinez
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V.103, no. 5 (May 2019), pp. 1045-1069
Biochronology, paleoenvironments, and stratigraphic sequences of the late Albian–middle Eocene fore-arc Vizcaino basin, western Baja California, Mexico
Javier Helenes, Arturo Martin-Barajas, Juan G. Flores-Trujillo, Iraida Paredes, Maritza Canache, Ana-Luisa Carreño, and Adriana Miranda
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V.103, no. 4 (April 2019), pp. 905-929
The geometry of fluvial channel bodies: Empirical characterization and implications for object-based models of the subsurface
Luca Colombera, Nigel P. Mountney, Giacomo Medici, and L. Jared West
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V.103, no. 3 (March 2019), pp. 619-652
Petroleum systems framework of significant new oil discoveries in a giant Cretaceous (Aptian–Cenomanian) clinothem in Artic Alaska
David W. Houseknecht
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V.103, no. 3 (March 2019), pp. 605-617
Thresholds of petroleum content and pore diameter for petroleum mobility in shale
Xiaojun Zhu, Jingong Cai, Qing Liu, Zheng Li, and Xuejun Zhang
Datashare 101 (.xlsx)

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V.103, no. 1 (January 2019), pp. 139-155
Toward a global model for correction of bottomhole temperature data: Progress and limitations
Tala Maria Aabø and Christian Hermanrud
Datashare 100 (.xlsx)

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V.102, no. 12 (December 2018), pp. 2629-2654
Factors controlling shale microstructure and porosity: A case study on upper Visean Rudov beds from the Ukrainian Dneiper–Dontes Basin
D. Misch, J. Klaver, D. Gross, V. Mayer-Kiener, F. Mendez-Martin, J. Schmatz, and R. F. Sachsenhofer
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V.102, no. 11 (November 2018), pp. 2239-2265
Organic geochemical characteristics, mineralogy, petrophysical properties, and shale gas prospects of the Wufeng–Longmaxi shales in Sanquan Town of the Nanchuan District, Chongqing
Yijun Zheng, Yuhong Liao, Yunpeng Wang, Yongqiang Xiong, and Ping'an Peng
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V.102, no. 10 (October 2018), pp. 1985-2016
Practical and efficient three-dimensional structural restoration using an adaptation of the GeoChron model
Peter J. Lovely, Stanislas N. Jayr, and Donald A. Medwedeff
Datashare 97: S1 (Aninmation .GIF) S2 (Animation .GIF)

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V.102, no. 9 (September 2018), pp. 1763-1802
Geochemical, petrographic, and uranium–lead geochronological evidence for multisourced polycyclic provenance of deep-water strata in a hybrid tectonic setting: The upper Miocene upper Mount Messenger Formation, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand
Jonathan R. Rotzien, Greg H. Browne, and Peter R. King
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V.102, no. 9 (September 2018), pp. 1685-1702
Quantifying sediment supply to continental margins: Application to the Paleogene Wilcox Group, Gulf of Mexico
Jinyu Zhang, Jacob Covault, Michael Pyrcz, Glenn R. Sharman, Cristian Carvajal, and Kristy Milliken
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V.102, no. 8 (August 2018), pp. 1565–1600
Organic matter, mineral composition, pore size, and gas sorption capacity of lacustrine mudstones: Implications for the shale oil and gas exploration in the Dongying depression, eastern China
Zhonghong Chen, Wenbo Jiang, Linye Zhang, and Ming Zha
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V.102, no. 6 (June 2018), pp. 1141-1168
Solving a tuff problem: Defining a chronostratigraphic framework for Middle to Upper Jurassic nonmarine strata in eastern Australia using uranium–lead chemical abrasion–thermal ionization mass spectrometry zircon dates
Carmine C. Wainman, Peter J. McCabe, and James L. Crowley
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V.102, no. 5 (May 2018), pp. 731-759
Geological and resource assessment of the Upper Devonian Grosmont and upper Ireton Formations, central Grosmont shelf complex, Alberta, Canada
Stacy C. Atchley, Scott C. James, Hunter Harlow, Caitlin Leslie, Jiajun Jiang, Gabriella Carrelli, Warren Bindon, and Jessica Beal
Core Analysis Data (.xlsx); AA-1-2-91-23W4 (PDF); Legend (PDF)

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V.102, no. 4 (April 2018), pp. 587-612
Petroleum system modeling of the East Coast Basin, Hawke Bay, New Zealand
Blair Burgreen-Chan and Stephan A. Graham
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Datashare 90

V.102, no. 2 (February 2018), pp. 267-291
The application of diamondoid indices in the Tarim oils
Yun Li, Yongqiang Xiong, Qianyong Liang, Chenchen Fang, Yuan Chen, Xiaotao Wang, Zewen Liao, and Ping'an Peng
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Datashare 89

V.102, no. 2 (February 2018), pp. 175-193
Fractal analysis of tight shaly sandstones using nuclear magnetic resonance measurements
Jin Lai, Guiwen Wang, Zhuoying Fan, Zhenglong Zhou, Jing Chen, and Shuchen Wang
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V.102, no. 1 (January 2018), pp. 49-75
The effect of oil emplacement on quartz cementation in a deeply buried sandstone reservoir
Richard H. Worden, Mohammed Bukar, and Philip Shell
Datashare 88 (PDF) or Datashare 88 (Excel File)

Datashare 87

V.102, no. 1 (January 2018), pp. 103-128
Geomechanical restoration as a tool for fractured reservoir characterization: Application to the Permian Basin, west Texas
Joseph M. Stockmeyer, John H. Shaw, Lee T. Billingsley, Andreas Plesch, Michael Wales, Leore C. Lavin, Ray Knox, and Luke Finger
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V.101, No. 11 (November 2017), pp. 1759-1765
Capillary fluid dynamics within unconventional rocks investigated by scanning electron microscopy
Shawn Zhang, Lyn Carter, and Mark Sonnenfeld
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V.101, No. 10 (October 2017), pp. 1625-1673
Sedimentology, facies architecture, and sequence stratigraphy of a Mississippian black mudstone succession—The upper member of the Bakken Formation, North Dakota, United States
D. Borcovsky, S. Egenhoff, N. Fishman, J. Maletz, A. Boehlke, and H. Lowers
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V.101, No.10 (October 2017), pp. 1567-1597
Geochemical interactions of shale and brine in autoclave experiments—Understanding mineral reactions during hydraulic fracturing of Marcellus and Eagle Ford Shales
Jiemin Lu, Patrick J. Mickler, Jean-Philippe Nicot, Wanjoo Choi, William L. Esch, and Roxana Davari
Datashare 84: Table 1   Table 2   Table 3

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V.101, No. 9 (September 2017), pp. 1543-1564
Geochemical characteristics, origins, and model of lacustrine source rocks in the Zhu 1 depression, eastern Pearl River Mouth Basin, South China Sea
Xiaohuan Bao, Yubin Ji, Yue Hu, and Yi Zong
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V.101, No. 9 (September 2017), pp. 1445-1471
Stratigraphic and geochemical investigation of kukersites (petroleum source beds) within the Ordovician Red River Formation, Williston Basin
Timothy O. Nesheim
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V.101, No. 7 (July 2017), pp. 995-1002
Atlas of fields and discoveries, central Mississippi Canyon, Atwater Valley, northwestern Lloyd Ridge, and western DeSoto Canyon protraction areas, northern deep-water Gulf of Mexico
Paul Weimer, Eric Zimmerman, Stephen P. J. Cossey, Harrison Hirsh, Brandon Snyder, Mike Leibovitz, Kris Schwendeman, Brian Hankins, Benjamin Herber, Daniel Bettinger, James Adson, William S. Gutterman, Travis J. Payeur, Renaud Bouroullec, John G. Roesink, Joseph Nicolette, Todd G. Lapinski, and Aaron A. van den Berg
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V.101, No. 6 (June 2017), pp. 907-936
Source-to-sink sediment delivery in the Gulf of Papua from scanning electron microscopy mineral liberation analysis–aided provenance analysis of deep-sea turbidite sands
Erlangga Septama and Samuel J. Bentley, Sr.
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V.101, No. 3 (March 2017), pp. 343-360
In situ stress variations associated with regional changes in tectonic setting, northeastern Brooks Range and eastern North Slope of Alaska
Nilesh C. Dixit, Catherine L. Hanks, Wesley K. Wallace, Mohabbat Ahmadi, and Obadare Awoleke
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V.101, No. 3 (March 2017), pp. 289-319
The type section of the Maikop Group (Oligocene–lower Miocene) at the Belaya River (North Caucasus): Depositional environment and hydrocarbon potential
Reinhard F. Sachsenhofer, Sergey V. Popov, Mikhail A. Akhmetiev, Achim Bechtel, Reinhard Gratzer, Doris Groß, Brian Horsfield, Alessandra Rachetti, Bernhard Rupprecht, Wolfgang B. H. Schaffar, and Nina I. Zaporozhets
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V.101, No. 2 (February 2017), pp. 177-204
The impact of rock composition on geomechanical properties of a shale formation: Middle and Upper Devonian Horn River Group shale, Northeast British Columbia, Canada
Tian Dong, Nicholas B. Harris, Korhan Ayranci, and Sheng Yang
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V.101, No. 2 (February 2017), pp. 143-159
Application of U–Pb detrital zircon geochronology to drill cuttings for age control in hydrocarbon exploration wells: A case study from the Rukwa Rift Basin, Tanzania
Hannah Hilbert-Wolf, Eric Roberts, Bob Downie, Cassy Mtelela, Nancy J. Stevens, and Patrick O'Connor
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V.100, No. 11 (November 2016), pp. 1663-1691
Integrating outcrop and subsurface data to assess the temporal evolution of a submarine channel–levee system
Emma A. Morris, David M. Hodgson, Stephen Flint, Rufus L. Brunt, Stefan M. Luthi, and Yolanda Kolenberg
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V.100, No. 10 (October 2016), pp. 1585-1617
Characteristics and formation mechanisms of large volcanic rock oil reservoirs: A case study of the Carboniferous rocks in the Kebai fault zone of Junggar Basin, China
Zhonghong Chen, Xulong Wang, Ming Zha, Yueqian Zhang, Yingchang Cao, Disheng Yang, Kongyou Wu, Yong Chen, and Guanghui Yuan
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V.100, No. 9 (September 2016), pp. 1443-1468
Structural inversion, imbricate wedging, and out-of-sequence thrusting in the Junggar fold-and-thrust belt, northern Tian Shan, China
Shuwei Guan, Joseph M. Stockmeyer, John H. Shaw, Andreas Plesch, and Jian Zhang
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V.100, No. 8 (August 2016), pp. 1265-1288
Porosity and pore size distribution in mudrocks from the Belle Fourche and Second White Specks Formations in Alberta Canada
Agnieszka Furmann, Maria Mastalerz, David A. Bish, Arndt Schimmelmann, and Per Kent Pedersen
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V.100, No. 6 (June 2016), pp. 1003-1031
Microanalysis of carbonate cement δ18O in a CO2-storage system seal: Insights into the diagenetic history of the Eau Claire Formation (Upper Cambrian), Illinois Basin
Maciej G. Sliwinski, Reinhard Kozdon, Kouki Kitajima, Adam Denny, and John W. Valley
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V.100, No. 5 (May 2016), pp. 843-865
Hydrogen sulfide formation, fate, and behavior in anhydrite-sealed carbonate gas reservoirs: A three-dimensional reactive mass transport modeling approach
Yunjiao Fu, Wolfgang van Berk, and Hans-Martin Schulz
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V.100, No. 1 (February 2016), pp. 269–287
Sandstone provenance and insights into the paleogeography of the McMurray Formation from detrital zircon geochronology, Athabasca Oil Sands, Canada
Christine Benyon, Andrew L. Leier, Dale A. Leckie, Stephen M. Hubbard, and George E. Gehrels
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V.100, No. 1 (January 2016), pp. 63–100
Cretaceous–Cenozoic burial and exhumation history of the Chukchi shelf, offshore Arctic Alaska
William H. Craddock and David W. Houseknecht
Datashare Repository

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V. 99, No. 12 (December 2015), pp. 2221–2245
Pitfalls of using entrenched fracture relationships: Fractures in bedded carbonates of the Hidden Valley Fault Zone, Canyon Lake Gorge, Comal County, Texas
Ronald N. McGinnis, David A. Ferrill, Kevin J. Smart, Alan P. Morris, Camilo Higuera-Diaz, and Daniel Prawica
Figure 1. Map showing lacation of Canyon Lake Gorge

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V. 99, No. 10 (October 2015), pp. 1893–1927
Structural and hydrogeologic evolution of the Putumayo basin and adjacent fold-thrust belt, Colombia
Brad D. Wolaver, James C. Coogan, Brian K. Horton, Lorena Suarez Bermudez, Alexander Y. Sun, Timothy F. Wawrzyniec, Tongwei Zhang, Timothy M. Shanahan, Dallas B. Dunlap, Ruth A. Costley, and Luciana de la Rocha

Appendix 1: Factors Affecting Oil Quality
Appendix 2: Well Database Explanation
Appendix 3: Calculation Of Equivalent Freshwater Head
Appendix 4: Limitations Of Database And Study Approach

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V. 99, No. 9 (September 2015), pp. 1671–1688
Regional detection and monitoring of injection-induced seismicity: Application to the 2010– 2012 Youngstown, Ohio, Seismic Sequence
S. G. Holtkakmp, M. R. Brudzinski, and B.S. Currie
Table S1. Earthquake Catalog for the Youngstown Sequence

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V. 99, No. 8 (August 2015), pp. 1407–1453
Cenozoic paleogeography of the Andean foreland and retroarc hinterland of Colombia
Andrés Reyes-Harker, Carlos Fernando Ruiz-Valdivieso, Andrés Mora, Juan Carlos Ramírez-Arias, Guillermo Rodriguez, Felipe de la Parra, Victor Caballero, Mauricio Parra, Nestor Moreno, Brian K. Horton, Joel E. Saylor, Alejandro Silva, Victor Valencia, Daniel Stockli, and Vladimir Blanco
Detrital Zircon U-Pb General Data Set: Detailed data for the information in Table 1

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V. 99, No. 6 (June 2015), pp. 1099–1129
Stratigraphic evolution of intraslope minibasins: Insights from surface-based model
Zoltán Sylvester, Alessandro Cantelli, and Carlos Pirmez
Ten .mov files illustrating the evolution of intraslope minibasins.

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V. 99, No. 5 (May 2015), pp. 927–956
From shale oil to biogenic shale gas: Retracing organic–inorganic interactions in the Alum Shale (Furongian-Lower Ordovician) in southern Sweden
Hans-Martin Schulz, Steffen Biermann, Wolfgang van Berk, Martin Krüger, Nontje Straaten, Achim Bechtel, Richard Wirth, Volker Lüders, Niels Hemmingsen Schovsbo, and Stephen Crabtree
Oil Degradation Alum Shale 
The PHREEQC  Interactive 3.0 Computer Code, and its PRHREEQC.DAT Database in a PDF file.

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V. 99, No. 5 (May 2015), pp. 791–805
Evaluation of the compositional changes during flooding of reactive fluids using scanning electron microscopy, nano-secondary ion mass spectrometry, x-ray diffraction, and whole-rock geochemistry
Udo Zimmermann, Merete Vadla Madland, Anders Nermoen, Tania Hildebrand-Habel, Silvana A. R. Bertolino, Aksel Hiorth, Reidar I. Korsnes, Jean-Nicolas Audinot, and Patrick Grysan
Supplementary Figures S1, S2, and S3; Tables S1 and S2, in PDF format

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V. 99, No. 4 (April 2015), pp. 763–789
Hetergeneous distribution of pyrobitumen attributable to oil cracking and its effect on carbonate reservoirs: Feixianguan Formation in the Jiannan gas field, China
Pingping Li, Fang Hao, Baiqiao Zhang, Huayao Zou, Xinya Yu, and Guangwei Wang
Table 3: Supplementary 8-page table of wells in PDF format

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V. 99, No. 3 (March 2015), P. 389-401
Neoformed magnetic minerals as an indicator of moderate burial: The key example of middle Paleozoic sedimentary rocks, West Virginia
Myriam Kars, Charles Aubourg, and Isabel Suárez-Ruiz
Supplementary Tables and Figures
Table S1: Coordinates of the Studied Samples from West Virginia
Table S2: Magnetic Properties of the Studied Samples from West Virginia
Figure S1: Marcellus Shale organic petrography
Figure S2: Tonoloway Limestone organic petrography/p>

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V. 99, No. 1 (January 2015), P. 143-154
A model describing flowback chemistry changes with time after Marcellus Shale hydraulic fracturing
 Victor N. Balashov, Terry Engelder, Xin Gu, Matthew S. Fantle, and Susan L. Brantley
Supplementary Material: Strontium Isotope Analysis, Tables and Figures
A 10-page table in PDF format with the identity and location of the wells listed on oversized Figure 6

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V. 99, No. 1 (January 2015), P. 77-90
Distribution of total dissolved solids in McMurray Formation water in the Athabasca oil sands region, Alberta, Canada: Implications for regional hydrogeology and resource development
Benjamin R. Cowie, Bruce James, and Bernhard Mayer
Appendix: Table 2 and references
Data Source, Location and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) Values of McMurray Formation Waters

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V. 98, No. 9 (September 2014), P. 1739-1759
Upper Devonian–Mississippian stratigraphic framework of the Arkoma Basin and distribution of potential source-rock facies in the Woodford–Chattanooga and Fayetteville–Caney shale-gas systems
David W. Houseknecht, William A. Rouse, Stanley T. Paxton, John C. Mars, and Bryant Fulk
Table 1: Figure 6 Well identity and location
A 10-page table in PDF format with the identity and location of the wells listed on oversized Figure 6

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V. 98, No. 7 (July 2014), P. 1401-1429
Distribution of discontinuous mudstone beds within wavedominated shallow-marine deposits: Star Point Sandstone and Blackhawk Formation, Eastern Utah
Christian Haug Eide, John Howell, and Simon Buckley
Unbroken color version of Figure 10
A 10-page table with the identity and location of the wells listed on oversized Figure in PDF format

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V. 98, No. 6 (June 2014), P. 1213-1234
Cenozoic fault systems in southwest Qaidam Basin, northeastern Tibetan Plateau: Geometry, temporal development, and significance for hydrocarbon accumulation
Lei Wu, Ancheng Xiao, Dade Ma, Hongge Li, Bo Xu, Ya Shen, and Liguang Ma
Appendix: Seismic Profiles In Depth Domain
The Appendix is available in PDF format on the AAPG Web site

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V. 98, No. 6 (June 2014), P. 1071-1090
Stable-isotope chemostratigraphy as a tool to correlate complex Mississippian marine carbonate facies of the Anadarko shelf, Oklahoma and Kansas
Jesse T. Koch, Tracy D. Frank, and Thomas P. Bulling
Uninterpreted seismic data
Uninterpreted seismic data in PDF format

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V. 98, No. 3 (March 2014), P. 449-463
Geologic Note: The petrophysical and petrographical properties of hyaloclastite deposits: Implications for petroleum exploration
Tim J. Watton, Kirstie A. Wright, Dougal A. Jerram, and Richard J. Brown
Appendices 1 and 2 in PDF format

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V. 98, No. 2 (February 2014), P. 227-251
Fault displacement-distance relationships as indicators of contractional fault-related folding style
Amanda N. Hughes and John H. Shaw
Appendixes 1 and 2 in PDF Format
Appendix 1: Formulation of resource potential calculation, and Appendix 2: Correlated random variable data set used in the hypothetical example

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V. 97, No. 9 (September 2013), P. 1503–1520
Detrital quartz sources in the Scotian Basin, eastern Canada, using hot-cathode cathodoluminescence: Availability of coarse-grained sand for reservoirs
Cynthia C. Sawatzky and Georgia Pe-Piper
Table S1. Bedrock Samples Used to Establish Cathodoluminescent Colors of Potential Source Rocks

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V. 97, No. 8 (August 2013), P. 597-618
Building a three-dimensional near-surface geologic and petrophysical model based on borehole data: A case study from Chémery, Paris Basin, France
Paola Sala, Marcel Frehner, Nicola Tisato, and O. Adrian Pfiffner
Petrel2012.zip
The complete 3-D project containing the lithological interfaces, faults, and the petrophysical data is included in the zip file. This file can be read only with Schlumberger software Petrel(r), version 2013.3 and up.
Move2012.zip
This is the same 3D project, but containing lithological interfaces and f aults only. This file can be opened with the software "Move" from Midland Valley. Alternatively, the file can be opened in the free Move-viewer, which can be downloaded from http//www.mve.com/software/moveviewer
Laboratory measurement table in PDF format

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V. 97, No. 7 (July 2013), P. 1099-1119
Arabian carbonate reservoirs: A depositional model of the Arab-D reservoir in Khurais field, Saudi Arabia
Saad F. Al-Awaad and Lindsay B. Collins
Unbroken version of Figure 3 in PDF format
Characterization of Arab-D reservoir core, Aramco KHKH Khurais, Kurais field.

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V. 97, No. 4 (April 2013), P. 597-618
Measuring and modeling fault density for CO2 storage plume-fault encounter probability estimation
Preston D. Jordan, Curtis M. Oldenburg, and Jean-Philippe Nicot
Appendix 1: Fault population data
Table presenting fault data from select oil and gas field structure maps in
California Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) (1998)

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V. 97, No. 2 (February 2013), P.309-343
Outcrop-based reservoir characterization of a kilometer-scale sand-injectite complex
Anthony Scott, Andrew Hurst, and Mario Vigorito
Appendixes 1 - 16
Appendixes 2-10: Outcrop Data and Sample Location;
Appendixes 11-12 Net to Gross and Proportion of Dikes Sills, And Extrudites
Appendixes 13-16: Petrographic and Permeability Data Acquisition

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V. 96, No. 11 (November 2012), P.2037-2064
Sea level and vertical motion of continents from dynamic earth models since the Late Cretaceous
Sonja Spasojevic and Michael Gurnis
High-Resolution versions of Figures 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, plus Appendix 1, 2, and 3 in PDF Format

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V. 96, No. 8 (August 2012), P.1553-1578
Grain assemblages and strong diagenetic overprinting in siliceous mudrocks, Barnett Shale (Mississippian), Fort Worth Basin, Texas
Kitty L. Milliken, William L. Esch, Robert M. Reed, and Tongwei Zhang
Table 1 Analytical Data, in PDF Format
Table 1. Analytical Data: Porosity, Permeability, TOC, Ro, XRD

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V. 96, No. 6 (June 2012), P.1147-1169
Paleohydrogeological and thermal events recorded by fluid inclusions and stable isotopes of diagenetic minerals in Lower Cretaceous sandstones, offshore Nova Scotia, Canada
Atika Karim, Jacob J. Hanley, Georgia Pe-Piper, and David J. W. Piper
Appendix 1 in PDF Format
Fluid inclusion data from primary and secondary inclusions in different cements in sandstones from Chebucto K-90 well and Glenelg and Thebaud fields.

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V. 96, No. 3 (March 2012), P. 439-457
Using copulas for implementation of variable dependencies in petroleum resource assessment: Example from Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin, Canada
Zhuoheng Chen, Kirk G. Osadetz, James Dixon, and James Dietrich
Appendixes 1 and 2 in PDF Format
Appendix 1: Formulation of resource potential calculation, and Appendix 2: Correlated random variable data set used in the hypothetical example

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V. 96, No. 3 (March 2012), P. 415-438
Stratigraphic uncertainty in sparse versus rich data sets in a fluvial-deltaic outcrop analog: Ferron Notom delta in the Henry Mountains region, Utah
Weiguo Li, Janok P. Bhattacharya, and Yijie Zhu
Appendixes 1 and 2 in PDF Format
Appendix 1 (measured studies used in studies 1 and 2) and Appendix 2 (digitized pseudo-gamma logs)

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V. 95, No. 9 (September 2011), P. 1821-1849
Pennsylvanian paleodepositional evolution of the greater Permain Basin, Texas and New Mexico: Depositional systems and hydrocarbonn reservoir analysis
Wayne R. Wright
Additional relevant references in PDF Format
Additional data file listing relevant references consulted, but not cited in the paper, amassed during the course of the Permian Basin Geological Synthesis Project (PBGSP), at the Bureau of Economic Geology, The Univesity of Texas at Austin

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V. 95, No. 11 (November 2011), P. 1821-1849
Along-strike variations and internal details of chevron-style, flexural-slip thrust-propagation folds within the southern Livingstone Range anticliniorium, a paleohydrocarbon reservoir in southern Alberta Foothills, Canada
Michael A. Cooley, Raymond A. Price, John M. Dixon, and T. Kurtis Kyser
Unbroken versions of Figures 5, 6, and 9 in PDF Format

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V. 95, No. 10 (October 2011), P. 1699-1723
Prediction of lithofacies and reservoir quality using well logs, Late Cretaceous Williams Fork Formation, Mamm Creek field, Piceance Basin, Colorado
Aysen Ozkan, Stephen P. Cumella, Kitty L. Milliken, and Stephen E. Laubach
Appendices 1, 2, and 3 in PDF Format | Excel Files

Datashare 37

V. 95, No. 8 (August 2011), P. 889-917
Provenance and paleodrainage patterns of Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous synrift sandstones in the Flemish Pass Basin, offshore Newfoundland, east coast of Canada
David G. Lowe, Paul J. Sylvester, and Michael E. Enachescu
Appendices 2-6: 5 supplementary tables in PDF Version

Datashare 36

V. 94, No. 6 (June 2010), P. 889-917
Reactive transport modeling of early burial dolomitization of carbonate platforms by geothermal convection
Fiona F. Whitaker and Yitian Xiao
Two supplementary figures in PDF format

Datashare 35

V. 94, No. 6 (June 2010), P. 759-771
Dating petroleum emplacement by illite40Ar/39Ar laser stepwise heating
Jian-Bing Yun, He-Sheng Shi, Jun-Zhang Zhu, Ling-Hao Zhao, and Hua-Ning Qui
Spreadsheets for the 40Ar/39Ar dating results of the samples (692 kb)

Datashare 34

V. 94, No. 5 (May 2010), P. 665-692
Stratigraphy and U-Pb detrital zircon geochronology of Wrangel Island, Russia: Implications for Arctic paleogeography
E. L. Miller, G. E. Gehrels, V. Pease, and S. Sokolov
Appendixes 1, 2, and 3 in PDF format (2.39 mb)

Datashare 33

V. 93, No. 12 (December 2009), P. 1662-1663
Petroleum reservoirs within a spiculite-dominated depositional sequence: Cowley Formation (Mississippian: Lower Carboniferous), south-central Kansas
S. J. Mazzullo, Brian W. Wilhite, I. Wayne Woolsey
Unbroken version of Figure 6 in PDF format

Datashare 32

V. 93, No. 8 (August 2009), P. 1087-1118
Hydrogeochemistry and gas compositions of the Uinta Basin: A regional-scale overview
Ye Zhang, Carl W. Gable, George A. Zyvoloski, and Lynn M. Walter
Supplementary Tables 1 - 5 in PDF format

Datashare 31

V. 93, No. 5 (May 2009), P. 573-594
Ozona sandstone, Val Verde Basin, Texas: Synorogenic stratigraphy and depositional history in a Permian foredeep basin
H. Scott Hamlin
Figure 6 - North-South stratigraphic dip cross section
North-south stratigraphic dip cross section AA'' showing gamma-ray logs, lithologies, genetic units, depositional systems, sequences, and stratal geometries. The line of section is located in Figures 1 and 3. 1 Mb

Datashare 30

V. 92, No. 9 (September 2008), P. 1153-1168
Early diagenesis of inner-shelf phosphorite and iron-silicate minerals, Lower Cretaceous of the Orpheus graben, southeastern Canada: Implications for the origin of chlorite rims
Georgia Pe-Piper and Shawna Weir-Murphy
Chlorite and Septochlorite Analyses from the Wells of the Orpheus Graben
3-page table in PDF format: Early Diagenesis of Inner Shelf Phosphorite and Iron-Silicate Minerals, Lower Cretaceous of Orpheus Graben, Southeastern Canada: Implications for the Origin of Chlorite Rims, 28 k

Datashare 29

V. 92, No. 9 (September 2008), P. 1131-1152
Families of Miocene Monterey crude oil, seep, and tarball samples, coastal California
Kenneth E. Peters, Frances D. Hostettler, Thomas D. Lorenson, and Robert J. Rosenbauer
Location, Classification, and Geochemical Data for Crude Oil, Seep, and Tarball Samples from Coastal California
17 page database in PDF format - 84 k

Datashare 28

V. 92, No. 8 (August 2008), P. 1055–1076
The Architecture and stratigraphy of alluvial deposits, Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic), Utah
Audun V. Kjemperud, Edwin R. Schomacker, and Timothy A. Cross
Cross section of Tidwell and Salt Wash Strata, Waterpocket fold, south-central Utah
APPENDIX: Large PDF Cross section of Tidwell and Salt Wash Strata, Waterpocket Fold,south-central Utah, 2.6 Mb

Datashare 27

V. 92, No. 8 (August 2008), P. 967–991
Hydrocarbon potential of the Barnett Shale (Mississippian), Delaware Basin, west Texas and southeastern New Mexico
Travis J. Kinley, Lance W. Cook, John A. Breyer, Daniel M. Jarvie, and Arthur B. Busbey
Delaware Basin Shale Gas Activity
Oversized PDF of Delaware Basin Shale Gas Activity, 996 kb

Datashare 26

V. 92, No. 7 (July 2008), P. 885-917
The Khazzan gas accumulation, a giant combination trap in the Cambrian Barik Sandstone Member, Sultanate of Oman: Implications for Cambrian petroleumsystems and reservoirs
John A. Millson, Jamie G. Quin, Erdem Idiz, Peter Turner, and Ahmed Al-Harthy
Oversized Figure 4
Oversized Figure 4 in PDF format, 996kb

Datashare 25

V. 92, no. 4 (April 2008), pp. 513–547
Facies architecture of a net transgressive sandstone reservoir analog: The Cretaceous Hosta Tongue, New Mexico
Peter J. Sixsmith, Gary J. Hampson, Sanjeev Gupta, Howard D. Johnson, and John F. Fofana
Oversized Figure 10
Oversized Figure 10 in PDF format, 1.5 Mb

Datashare 24

V. 91, No. 10 (October 2007), P. 1467-1498
Hierarchies of overpressure retardation of organic matter maturation: Case studies from petroleum basins in China
Fang Hao, Huayao Zou, Zaisheng Gong, Shigang Yang, and Zhiping Zengll
Datashare Tables 1 - 4
Tables in PDF format, 36kb

Datashare 23

V. 91, No. 9 (September 2007), P. 1247-1272
Impact of differential tectonic subsidence on isolated carbonate-platform evolution: Triassic of the Nanpanjiang Basin, south China
Moyra E. J. Wilson, Martin J. Evans, Norman H. Oxtoby, Dharma Satria Nas, Terry Donnelly, Matthew Thirlwall
Table of stratigraphic data used in subsidence analyses
Table in PDF format, 48kb

Datashare 22

V. 91, No. 3 (March 2007), P. 287-320
Impact of differential tectonic subsidence on isolated carbonate-platform evolution: Triassic of the Nanpanjiang Basin, south China
Daniel J. Lehrmann, Pei Donghong, Paul Enos, Marcello Minzoni, Brooks B. Ellwood, Michael J. Orchard, Zhang Jiyan, Wei Jiayong, Pete Dillett, Jon Koenig, Kelley Steffen, Dominic Druke, Jordayna Druke, Benjamin Kessel, and Trent Newkirk
Table of stratigraphic data used in subsidence analyses
Table in PDF format, 28kb

Datashare 21

V. 90, No. 6 (June 2006), P. 939-962
Thermal conductivity and radiogenic heat reduction of sedimentary and magmatic rocks in the Northeast German Basin
Ben Norden and Andrea Forster
Tables A1-A5
Tables in PDF file

Datashare 20

V. 89, No. 6 (June 2005), P. 753-780
Structural styles in the deep-water fold and thrust belts of the Niger Delta
Freddy Corredor, John H. Shaw, and Frank Bilotti
Poster-size version of Figure 16
46.81 x 33.11 PDF file in color

Datashare 19

AAPG Seismic Atlas Studies in Geology #53
Animation of the 3-D Structural Model of Rosario Field
Seismic Interpretationof Contractional Fault-Related Folds Part 2: Case Study Number 5, Pages 71-76 Rosario Field, Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela
Ted Apotria and M. Scott Wilkerson

Datashare 18

V. 89, No. 4 (April 2005), P. 329-357
Well-log tomography and 3-D imaging of core and log cuve amplitudes in a Niagaran reef, Belle River Mills field, St. Clair County, Michigan, United States
Albert S. Wylie Jr. and James R. Wood
Datashare 18
Format: Web page index for animations

Datashare 17

V. 89, No. 3 (March 2005), P. 329-357
Origin and timing of sand injection, petroleum migration, and diagenesis in Tertiary reservoirs, south Viking Graben, North Sea
R. Jonk, A. Hurst, D . Duranti, J. Parnell, A. Mazzini, and A. E. Fallick
Three additional tables
Datashare 17
Format: PDF, 11 by 8.5 inches, File size: 32 kb, File name: data_017.pdf

Datashare 16

V. 89, No. 1 (January 2005), P. 41-60
Petrophysics of Lower Silurian sandstones and integration with the tectonic-stratigraphic framework, Appalacian basin United States
James W. Castle and Alan P. Byrnes
Four additional tables
Datashare 16
Format: PDF, 11 by 8.5 inches, File size: 20 kb, File name: data_016.pdf

Datashare 15

V. 89, No. 1 (January 2005), P. 27-40
Modeling petroleum generation in the Paleozoic of the Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia: Implications for Prospectivity
K. Ameed R. Ghori, Arthur J. Mory, and Robert P. Iasky
Tables 1 through 3.
Datashare 15
Format: PDF, 11 by 8.5 inches, File size: 72 kb, File name: data_015.pdf

Datashare 14

V. 86, No. 7 (July 2002), P. 1305-1328
Carboniferous coals of the Zonguldak basin (northwest Turkey): Implications for coalbed methane potential
M. Namik Yalcin, Sedat Inan, Gulbin Gürdal, Ulrich Mann, Rainer G. Schaefer
An extended version of Table 1: Bulk geochemical and petrophysical and locality, lithology and depth data for a total of 255 Samples collected from three areas of the Zonguldak Basin: namely, Armutculk, Zonguldak and Amasra
Datashare 14
Format: PDF, 11 by 8.5 inches, File size: 64 kb, File name: data_014.pdf

Datashare 13

V. 85, No. 10 (October 2001), P. 1759-1770
Quick-look techniques for evaluating two-dimensional cross sections in detached contractional settings
M. Scott Wilkerson and Connie L. Dicken,
This Datashare consists of Figures 2, 3, and 4 as 2 different sized posters in PDF format.
Datashare 13A
Format: PDF, 8.5 by 11 inches, File size: 600kb
Datashare 13B
Format: PDF, 42 by 34 inches, File size: 2mb

Datashare 12

V. 85, No. 3 (March 2001), P. 491-523
Petrophysical characteristics and facies of carbonate reservoirs: The Red River Formation (Ordovician), Williston basin
Lillian Hess Tanguay and Gerald M. Friedman
This Datashare consists of 2 Appendices.
Datashare 12A--Appendix 1
Format: HTML
File size: 30kb
Datashare 12B--Appendix 2
Format: HTML
File size: 530kb

Datashare 11

V. 84, No. 12 (December 2000), P. 1893-1904
Detection of hydrocarbon reservoir boundaries using neural network analysis of surface geochemical data
Hari Doraisamy, Daniel H. Vice, and Phillip M. Halleck
Table of soil environment categories.
Format: PDF (Adobe Acrobat PDF)
File size: 25kb
File name: data_011.pdf

Datashare 10

V. 82, No. 3 (March 1998), P. 484-496
Radiogenic heat production of the Gulf of Mexico basin, South Texas
Thomas E. McKenna and John M. Sharp, Jr.
This Datashare consists of Table 3 data from the source article, presented in four different file formats. Each contains radiogenic heat production data for sedimentary rocks in South Texas: Wilcox mudrock, Wilcox sandstone, Frio mudrock, Frio sandstone, and Stuart City Limestone.

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF Excel for Windows v. 5.0 Quattro Pro for Windows v. 5.0 comma delimted ascii
File size: 48kb 32kb 29kb 10kb
File name: data_010.pdf data_010.xls data_010.wb1 data_010.txt

 

Datashare 9

V. 80, No. 10 (October 1996), P. 1627-1640
Geology of the Ahuas Area in the Mosquitia Basin of Honduras: Preliminary Report
R. A. Mills and R. Barton
This Datashare consists of a file (four format versions) containing sample descriptions for Embarcadero #1 and Raiti-Tara #1, and a short table describing the well-logging program for the Embarcadero #1.

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF Microsoft Word 6.0 Microsoft Word 5.1 (Mac) ascii
File size: 28kb 12kb 8kb 5kb
File name: data_009.pdf data_009.doc data_009.mac data_009.txt

 

Datashare 8

V. 80, No. 9 (September 1996), P. 1433-1458
Eustatic Curve for the Middle Jurassic-Cretaceous Based on Russian Platform and Siberian Stratigraphy: Zonal Resolution
D. Sahagian, O. Pinous, A. Olferiev, and V. Zakharov
This Datashare is a supplemental stratigraphic data description outlining the lithostratigraphy of the Russian Platform.

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF Microsoft Word ascii
File size: 196kb 37kb 32kb
File name: data_008.pdf data_008.doc data_008.txt

 

Datashare 7

V. 80, No. 8 (August 1996), P. 1203-1215
Thermal Conductivity of Wilcox and Frio Sandstones in South Texas (Gulf of Mexico Basin)
Thomas E. McKenna, John M. Sharp, Jr., and F. Leo Lynch
This Datashare consists of a digital copy of Table 1: Thermal Conductivity, Porosity, and Petrographic Data (spreadsheet).

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF Microsoft Excel comma-delimited ascii text
File size: 48k 36kb 15kb
File name: table1.pdf table1.xls table1.txt

 

Datashare 6

V. 80, No. 7 (July 1996), P. 1085-1109
Geometry and Kinematics of Single-Layer Detachment Folds
Josep Poblet and Ken McClay
This Datashare presents an Appendix describing the equations in the article.

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF Microsoft Word
File size: 36kb 104kb
File name: data_006.pdf data_006.doc

 

Datashare 5

V. 80, No. 5 (May 1996), P. 647-662
Carbon Isotope Stratigraphy of the Upper Kharaib and Shuaiba Formations: Implications for the Early Cretaceous Evolution of the Arabian Gulf Region
Volker C. Vahrenkamp
This Datashare presents eight files in PDF and Microsoft Excel format. Each contains "carbon (& oxygen) isotopes vs. depth below Top Shuaibu Fm" data for a particular location.

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF Microsoft Excel
File names (and sizes): data005-alhuwais.pdf (20kb) data005-alhuwais.xls (10kb)
biladi.pdf (20kb) biladi.xls (7kb)
field_a_.pdf (24kb) field_a_.xls (22kb)
hafar.pdf (20kb) hafar.xls (3kb)
lekhwai.pdf (24kb) lekhwai.xls (11kb)
margham.pdf (20kb) margham.xls (6kb)
qarnalam.pdf (16kb) qarnalam.xls (3kb)
sajaa.pdf (16kb) sajaa.xls (3kb)

 

Datashare 4

V. 79, No. 12 (December 1995), P. 1786-1797
Predicting permeability from porosity using artificial neural networks
S. J. Rogers, H. C. Chen, D. C. Kopaska-Merkel, and J. H. Fang
This Datashare is a self-extracting archive containing porosity and permeability data on 31 wells, compiled in Microsoft Excel (saved in *.txt format). Can be imported into either PC/Win or Macintosh.

Format: PC self-extracting executable Mac Zip file
File size: 42kb 27kb
File name: data_004.exe data_004.zip

 

Datashare 3

V. 79, No. 10 (October 1995), P. 1421-1443
Basin Development and Tectonic History of the Llanos Basin, Eastern Cordillera and Middle Magdalena Valley, Colombia
M.A. Cooper et al.
This Datashare presents references used to construct the chronostratigraphic correlation diagrams and paleogeographic maps of gross depositional environments.

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF Microsoft Word
File size: 172kb 56kb
File name: data_003.pdf data_003.doc

 

Datashare 2

V. 78, No. 8 (August 1994), P. 1257-1275
Systematic Variations in Stress State in the Southern San Joaquin Valley: Inferences Based on Well-Bore Data and Contemporary Seismicity
David A. Castillo and Mark D. Zoback
This Datashare is an Appendix displaying the descriptions and calculations shown in the Bulletin article.

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF Microsoft Word
File size: 316k 85kb
File name: data_002.pdf data_002.doc
Datashare 1

V. 78, No. 5 (May 1994), P. 700-721
Structural Trend Analysis by Axial Surface Mapping
J. H. Shaw, S. C. Hook, and J. Suppe
This Datashare is a HyperStudio 2.0 Player multimedia presentation for the Macintosh platform.

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