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Facies architecture of a slope incision, Canning Formation, Ivishak River, Alaska: Implications for sediment bypass and deepwater reservoir potential

Bibliographic Reference

LePain, D.L., and Helmold, K.P., 2020, Facies architecture of a slope incision, Canning Formation, Ivishak River, Alaska: Implications for sediment bypass and deepwater reservoir potential: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Preliminary Interpretive Report 2020-3, 1 sheet. https://doi.org/10.14509/30553

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Keywords

Basin-Floor Fan; Bedrock; Bedrock Geology; Canning Formation; Canning River; Channel; Clay; Conglomerate; Deep Water; Deepwater Depositional System; Depositional Contacts; Depositional Environment; Energy; Energy Resources; Erosion; Fan; Faults; Fluvial; Folds; Gas Basins; Geologic; Geological Process; Geology; Interpretation; Ivishak River; Marine; Mudstone; North Slope; Oil Development; Oil and Gas; Oil and Gas Basin; Outcrop Samples; Petroleum; Petroleum Basin Study; Reservoir; Reservoir Evaluation; Reservoir Model; Rocks; Sand; Sandstone; Shelf; Silt; Siltstone; Slope; Slope Apron; Stratigraphy; Turbidites

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