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AAPG Hedberg Conference
Microbial Carbonate Reservoir Characterization
June 3-8, 2012 – Houston, Texas

Search and Discovery Article #90153 (2012)

 

Posted July 23, 2012

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Workflow for Reservoir Characterization, Formation Evaluation, and 3D Geologic Modeling of the Upper Jurassic Smackover Microbial Carbonate Reservoir Facies at Little Cedar Creek Field, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico,
      Sharbel Al Haddad and Ernest Mancini

*Evidence for the Microbial Origin of the Tengiz Unit I Boundstone Slopes, (Pricaspian Basin, The Republic of Kazakhstan),
      Miriam S. Andres, Tomaso R. R. Bontongnali, Jeroen M. Kenter, Paul (Mitch) Harris, Crisogono Vasconcelos, Judith A. McKenzie, Ruslan Manakhayev, and Steve D. Jenkins

*Coral-Microbial build-ups development in an Upper Jurassic Carbonate Ramp (Kimmeridgian, Sierra de Albarracín, Spain),
      M. Aurell, B. Bádenas, and G. San Miguel

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*Seismic Geomorphology of Microbial-Dominated Margin and Slope Environments around an Isolated Platform, Tengiz Field, Kazakhstan,
      Steven L. Bachtel, Henry Posamentier, Ted E. Playton, Steve Jenkins, Elrad Iskakov, Zhanibek Katrenov, and Paul (Mitch) Harris

Late Jurassic Microbiolite Reservoirs of Southwestern Alabama, Little Cedar Creek Field: A Core Presentation,
      Lawrence R. Baria and Ezat Heydari

Pore Structure, Porosity and Permeability of Continental Carbonates: A Case Study of Pleistocene Travertine (Southern Tuscany, Italy),
      Federica Barilaro, Klaas Verwer, Fabio Lapponi, and Giovanna Della Porta

*Microbialite Bioherms in Great Salt Lake, Utah: Influence of Active Tectonics and Anthropogenic Effects,
      Robert Baskin, V. Paul Wright, Neal Driscoll, Graham Kent, and George Hepner

*Mesozoic, Syn-Rift, Non-Marine, Microbialites from the Wessex Basin, UK,
      Dan Bosence

*Large Lacustrine Microbialite Bioherms from the Eocene Green River Formation: Stratigraphic Architecture, Sequence Stratigraphic Relations, and Depositional Model,
      H. Paul Buchheim, Stanley M. Awramik, V. Leroy Leggitt, Timothy M. Demko, Kathryn Lamb-Wozniak, and Kevin M. Bohacs

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*Travertine Macro- and Micro-porosity,
      Henry Chafetz

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*High-Relief Microbial Boundstone Platforms,
      Giovanna Della Porta, Ted Playton, Nereo Preto, Jeroen A. M. Kenter, Juan R. Bahamonde, Oscar Merino Tome, Paul M. (Mitch) Harris

*Non Marine Carbonates: Microbially Mediated vs. Abiotic Fabrics and Porosity,
      Giovanna Della Porta, Federica Barilaro, and Enrico Capezzuoli

*Microbial Characterization of Carbonate Surface Sediments from the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Platforms,
      Mara R. Diaz, Alan M. Piggot, and James S. Klaus

*Carbonate Rock-Forming Processes in the Pre-salt “Sag” Successions of Campos Basin, Offshore Brazil: Evidence for Seasonal, Dominantly Abiotic Carbonate Precipitation, Substrate Controls, and Broader Geologic Implications,
      Steve Dorobek, Leo Piccoli, Brian Coffey, and Aaron Adams

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*The Role of Microbial Activity on Petrophysical Properties,
      Gregor P. Eberli, Klaas Verwer, Giovanna Della Porta, and Ralf J. Weger

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*An Atlas of Brazilian Microbialites,
      Thomas R. Fairchild, Dimas Dias-Brito, Rosemarie Rohn, and Paulo Tibana

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The Sequence Stratigraphic and Paleoclimatic Controls on Microbial Carbonates of the Carbonate-evaporite Dominated Late Carboniferous (Moscovian) Paradox Basin, Southeastern Utah,
      Gary L. Gianniny, Daniel J. Powers, Shannon M. Boesch, Amanda A. Peterson, and Jordan Van Sickle

*Controls on High-Frequency Oolite-Microbialite-Coral Reef Sequences, Upper Miocene, SE Spain,
      Robert H. Goldstein, Evan K. Franseen, and Christopher J. Lipinski

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*Outcrop Analogue of Pre-salt Microbial Series from South Atlantic: the Yacoraite Fm, Salta rift System (NW Argentina),
      Youri Hamon, Sébastien Rohais, Rémy Deschamps, and Marta Gasparrini

*Analogs for Carbonate Deposition (Microbialites, Tufas and Travertines) In Early Rift Settings,
      Paul (Mitch) Harris, James Ellis, and Samuel J. Purkis

*The Microbial-Dominated Reef and Slope of the Capitan Margin,
      Paul (Mitch) Harris

*Lateral Variation in Microbial Carbonate Facies and Stable Isotope Geochemistry at Multiple Scales in the Oligo-Miocene Horse Spring Formation of Southern Nevada,
      T. A. Hickson, J. A. Kopp, and M. A. Lamb

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Characteristics, distribution and morphogenesis of microbial carbonate systems in Shark Bay, Australia,
      Ricardo J. Jahnert and Lindsay B. Collins

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*The Microbial-Dominated Slopes of Tengiz Field, Pricaspian Basin, Kazakhstan,
      Jeroen A. M. Kenter, Paul (Mitch) Harris, and Joel F. Collins

*Sponge-microbial Mound in Tuscumbia Limestone, Subsurface Walker County, Alabama,
      David C. Kopaska-Merkel, Steven D. Mann, and Jack C. Pashin

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The ExxonMobil Lacustrine Collaborative: Idaho Hot Springs Limestone as an Analog Addressing Lacustrine Carbonate Reservoir Presence and Quality,
      Kathryn Lamb-Wozniak, Kevin M. Bohacs, Timothy M. Demko, Stephen Kaczmarek, Catherine Lash, David M. Cleveland, Jason Eleson, Matt Fabijanic, Orla M. McLaughlin, and Stacie L. Gibbins

*Reservoir Analog Model for Oolite-Microbialite Sequences, Miocene Terminal Carbonate Complex, Spain,
      Christopher J. Lipinski, Evan K. Franseen, and Robert H. Goldstein

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Characteristics and Modeling of Upper Jurassic Smackover Microbial Carbonate Facies and Reservoirs in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico,
      Ernest A. Mancini, Wayne M. Ahr, William C. Parcell, and Grayson Ridgway

*Microbially Influenced Waulsortian Mounds in the Lower Mississippian (Tournasian) Lodgepole Formation, Dickinson Field Complex, Williston Basin, North Dakota,
      William A. Morgan, Raymond W. Mitchell III, and Wayne M. Ahr

Simulation of the Upper Jurassic Smackover Carbonate Facies at Little Cedar Creek Field, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico,
      Moetaz Mostafa

The Carbonate Mud Mounds of the Lower Cretaceous Cupido Formation: An Unusual Occurrence of Microbial-Dominated Carbonate Buildups Cropping Out Remarkably in NE Mexico,
      Gustavo Murillo-Muñetón and Steven L. Dorobek

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*Composition, Distribution, and Diagenesis of Microbial Oncolite Beds Capping the Uplifted Atoll of Maré, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia,
      Chelsea Pederson, Donald F. Mcneill, and James S. Klaus

*Microbial and Geochemical Characterization of Carbonate Mudbanks from Florida Bay,
      Alan M. Piggot, James S. Klaus, and Peter K. Swart

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*Lessons Learned from Modern Marine Stromatolites, Bahamas,
      R. Pamela Reid, Miriam S. Andres, Emily M. Bowlin, Kelly L. Jackson, and Erica C. Parke

*Three-Dimensional Pore Connectivity Evaluation in a Holocene Microbialite Head,
      Marcelo F. Rezende, Sandra Nélis Tonietto, and Michael C. Pope

*Low-Temperature Dolomite Formation: Microbes and other mechanisms,
      Jennifer A. Roberts, Paul A. Kenward, David A. Fowle, Robert H. Goldstein, Luis A. González, and David S. Moore

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*Lacustrine Carbonates – Facies Evolution, Diagenesis: Eocene Green River Formation, Piceance Creek Basin, Colorado,
      J. Frederick Sarg, S. Huang, K. Tanavsuu-Milkeviciene, and J. Feng

*Microbialites in Zechstein Cycle 2 Carbonates (NE England and Poland): Types and Source Rock Perspectives,
      Mirosław Słowakiewicz and Maurice E. Tucker

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*Salta Basin, Argentina: A Good Analog for Phanerozoic Lacustrine Microbialite-Bearing Reservoirs,
      G. J. S. Terra, E. B. Rodrigues, E. B. Freire, R. Lykawka, G. P. Raja Gabaglia, R. M. Hernández, and J. I. Hernández

*Pore Type Characterization and Petrophysical Properties on Microbial Carbonate Reservoirs,
      Sandra N. Tonietto, Emily K. Shane, Wayne M. Ahr, and Michael C. Pope

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*Calcisponge-Microbialite Reef Facies, Middle Permian (Guadalupian), Northwest Shelf-Margin of Permian Basin, New Mexico USA,
      Gregory P. Wahlman, David M. Orchard, and Govert J. Buijs

*Outcrop and Subsurface Characterization of Microbialite Facies in the Ordovician Arbuckle Group of Missouri and Kansas,
      Chamandika Warusavitharana, William C. Parcell, and Evan Franseen

*Lacustrine Microbial Carbonate Facies in Core from the Lower Cretaceous Toca Formation, Block 0, Offshore Angola,
      Matthew S. Wasson, Arthur Saller, Miriam Andres, Daniel Self, and Anthony Lomando

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