Atlas of Natural and Induced Fractures in Core

John C. Lorenz and Scott P. Cooper


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Atlas of Natural and Induced Fractures in Core

An invaluable reference that helps geologists recognize and differentiate the many types of natural fractures, induced fractures, and artifacts found in cores.

Atlas of Natural and Induced Fractures in Core offers a reference for the interpretation of natural and induced fractures in cores. The natural and induced fracture data contained in cores provides a wealth of information once they are recognized and properly interpreted. Written by two experts in the field, this publication provides a much-needed tool to help with the accurate interpretation of these cores.

The authors include the information needed to identify different fracture types as well as the criteria for distinguishing between the types of fractures. The atlas shows how to recognize non-fracture artifacts in a core since many of them provide other types of useful information. In addition, the text?s illustrated structures combined with their basic interpretations are designed to be primary building blocks of a complete fracture assessment and analysis. The authors show how to recognize and correctly interpret these building blocks to ensure that subsequent analyses, interpretations, and modeling efforts regarding fracture-controlled reservoir permeability are valid.

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Product Code:1300
Publisher:Wiley Blackwell/AAPG
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ISBN:9781119160007
Media:Hardback
Pages:305

 

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