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Stratigraphy Statfjord Fm B-38 SN B-13 B-8 A-38 A-33 A-18 A-13 C-33 C-21 C-1A Lunde Formation Amundsen Formation 10m 1km Sand Shale Raude 1 Raude 2 Raude 3 Raude 4 Raude 5 Eiriksson 1 Nansen Eiriksson 2 Fig. 2.1
Raude 1 Raude 2 Raude 3 Raude 4 Raude 5 Eiriksson 1 Nansen Eiriksson 2 SOUTHNORTH Fig. 2.2
Raude 1Raude 5 sand shale sand shale Fluvial Channels 3D model, Raude Fig. 2.3
Paleogeography, Cook Fm. Statfjord Field Fig. 2.4
Statfjord Field Fig. 2.5
BroomRannoch Brent Paleogeography Fig. 2.6
Etive (lower part)Etive (upper part) Brent Paleogeography Fig. 2.7
Ness (lower part)Ness (middle part) Brent Paleogeography Fig. 2.8
Ness (upper part)Tarbert Brent Paleogeography Fig. 2.9
sand-shale subdivisions Reservoir Zonation Ness Formation Fig. 2.11
Ness Sands Fig. 2.12
lagoon, fluvial A2 lagoon A3 lagoon, shallow marine B2 lagoon, shallow marine, tidal C1 lagoon, fluvial, shallow marine C2 fluvial, shallow marine, lagoon, tidal D1 fluvial, lagoon, shallow marine, tidal E1 lagoon E2 bay, tidal bar, lagoon, fluvial, shallow marine G1 lagoon, bay, shallow marine, tidal G3, G2 fluvial H1 bay H2 bay, shallow marine I1 delta (front), bay, fluvial J1 bay K2, J2 E1 Sand Fig. 2.13
NESS LAGOON NESS RIVERS ETIVE WASHOVERS / BARS ETIVE SHORELINE SANDS Ness (middle part) = C1 -> E2 tid E1 Sand Fig. 2.14
Depositional Environments Ness / Etive Fig. 2.15
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