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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping - Richard E. Bischke,Daniel J. Tearpock

Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

Author: Richard E. Bischke,Daniel J. Tearpock
Book title: Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping
ISBN: 0138593159
ISBN13: 978-0138593155
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR (October 1, 1990)
Language: English
Category: Engineering
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 225
Pages: 672 pages
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A complete, practical discussion of subsurface geological methods - with special emphasis on petroleum exploration. *presents the principles necessary for the successful search and development of oil and gas deposits. *focuses on a variety of subsurface mapping and cross section techniques applicable in the four major petroleum related tectonic settings -- extensional, compressional, diapiric salt, and wrench tectonics. *considers well log geophysical techniques. *discusses structural balancing. *features numerous real-world examples.
Reviews: (5)
An awesome reference & teaching manual! Highly recommended!
An old version
I am geology student I bought this book as additional to my course book. It one o the best book out there for this subject.
Excellent book for the petroleum geologist. Lots of great information covered that is explained in great detail. Goes over many of the basics of petroleum geology. A must for any new geologist.
After seeing this book, I see a lot of emphasis in structural geology. We could also add some input on Sedimentology and Geostatistics, which care more about reservoir heterogeneity.
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