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1 GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology

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University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology White sans-serif Helvetica text: material from which quiz and exam questions will be drawn Light gray Times New Roman text: material from which quiz and exam questions will not be drawn. Spoken comments and sketches on board are also material from which quiz and exam questions will be drawn. The availability of Powerpoint presentations to students is not an indication that those presentations are an adequate substitute for a set of lecture notes and is not an indication that attendance at lectures is unnecessary. GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology

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Ghawar (Saudi Arabia) Burgan (Kuwait) Prudhoe Bay (Alaska) Wilmington (California) Cantarell (Mexico) Forties (North Sea) Orinoco Oil Belt (Venezuela) Bakken (North Dakota) Athabasca Tar Sands (Alberta) Orinoco Oil Belt (Venezuela) Bakken Play (North Dakota) Athabasca Tar Sands (Alberta)

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29 Introductory thoughts
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Introductory thoughts

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University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology

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University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Geoscience GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology

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University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Geoscience GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology Geology Geophysics Geohydrology Geo(technology) Geo(engineering) Petroleum economics

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University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Geoscience GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology Geology Geophysics Geohydrology Geo(technology) Geo(engineering) Petroleum economics

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University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Geoscience GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology Geology Geophysics Geohydrology Geo(technology) Geo(engineering) Petroleum economics

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University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Geoscience GEOLOGY 4320/6320: Petroleum Geology Geology Geophysics Geohydrology Geo(technology) Geo(engineering) Petroleum economics

36 1. Interrelatedness of topics
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 13 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 3. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

37 1. Interrelatedness of topics
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 13 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 3. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

38 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda Explanation of petroleum geoscience Development of skills in subsurface geology 3. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 13 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 4. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

39 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda Explanation of petroleum geoscience Development of skills in subsurface geology 3. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 13 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 4. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

40 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda Explanation of petroleum geoscience Development of skills in subsurface geology 3. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 15 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 4. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

41 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda Explanation of petroleum geoscience Development of skills in subsurface geology 3. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 15 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 4. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

42 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda Explanation of petroleum geoscience Development of skills in subsurface geology 3. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 15 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 4. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

43 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda Explanation of petroleum geoscience Development of skills in subsurface geology 3. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 15 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 4. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

44 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Professorial whining 1. Interrelatedness of topics 2. Two-fold agenda Explanation of petroleum geoscience Development of skills in subsurface geology 3. Textbooks Best-written textbook is 13 years old. Many newer textbooks written by non-educators. Textbooks have a North-Sea bias. More whining to follow. 4. Confidentiality and proprietary nature of data and technology

45 Knut Bjørlykke 2010 UGA Libraries Online Resource
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Textbooks: Knut Bjørlykke UGA Libraries Online Resource Petroleum Geoscience: From Sedimentary Environments to Rock Physics newest, largely specialist-written Two chapters on seismic, one of which is book’s longest ( = 50 pages) Jon Gluyas and Richard Swarbrick 2004 Petroleum Geoscience recent, interestingly organized, many case studies Not much on seismic method (eight pages) Small print that is hard to read Richard C. Selley 1998 Elements of Petroleum Geology (Second edition) older, well-organized, single-authored Thirteen pages on seismic method Fakhry A. Assad, UGA Libraries Online Resource Field Methods for Petroleum Geologists Recent, covers well much of what it covers, occasionally out of date

46 Knut Bjørlykke 2010 UGA Libraries Online Resource
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Textbooks(?): Knut Bjørlykke UGA Libraries Online Resource Petroleum Geoscience: From Sedimentary Environments to Rock Physics newest, largely specialist-written Two chapters on seismic, one of which is book’s longest ( = 50 pages) Jon Gluyas and Richard Swarbrick 2004 Petroleum Geoscience recent, interestingly organized, many case studies Not much on seismic method (eight pages) Small print that is hard to read Richard C. Selley 1998 Elements of Petroleum Geology (Second edition) older, well-organized, single-authored Thirteen pages on seismic method Fakhry A. Assad, UGA Libraries Online Resource Field Methods for Petroleum Geologists Recent, covers well much of what it covers, occasionally out of date

47 Knut Bjørlykke 2010 UGA Libraries Online Resource
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Textbooks: Knut Bjørlykke UGA Libraries Online Resource Petroleum Geoscience: From Sedimentary Environments to Rock Physics newest, largely specialist-written Two chapters on seismic, one of which is book’s longest ( = 50 pages) Jon Gluyas and Richard Swarbrick UGA Libraries Online Resource Petroleum Geoscience recent, interestingly organized, many case studies Not much on seismic method (eight pages) Small print that is hard to read Richard C. Selley 1998 Elements of Petroleum Geology (Second edition) older, well-organized, single-authored Thirteen pages on seismic method Fakhry A. Assad, UGA Libraries Online Resource Field Methods for Petroleum Geologists Recent, covers well much of what it covers, occasionally out of date

48 Knut Bjørlykke 2010 UGA Libraries Online Resource
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Textbooks: Knut Bjørlykke UGA Libraries Online Resource Petroleum Geoscience: From Sedimentary Environments to Rock Physics newest, largely specialist-written Two chapters on seismic, one of which is book’s longest ( = 50 pages) Jon Gluyas and Richard Swarbrick 2004 Petroleum Geoscience recent, interestingly organized, many case studies Not much on seismic method (eight pages) Small print that is hard to read Richard C. Selley 1998 Elements of Petroleum Geology (Second edition) older, well-organized, single-authored Thirteen pages on seismic method Fakhry A. Assad, UGA Libraries Online Resource Field Methods for Petroleum Geologists Recent, covers well much of what it covers, occasionally out of date

49 Knut Bjørlykke 2010 UGA Libraries Online Resource
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Textbooks: Knut Bjørlykke UGA Libraries Online Resource Petroleum Geoscience: From Sedimentary Environments to Rock Physics newest, largely specialist-written Two chapters on seismic, one of which is book’s longest ( = 50 pages) Jon Gluyas and Richard Swarbrick 2004 Petroleum Geoscience recent, interestingly organized, many case studies Not much on seismic method (eight pages) Small print that is hard to read Richard C. Selley 1998 Elements of Petroleum Geology (Second edition) older, well-organized, single-authored Thirteen pages on seismic method Fakhry A. Assad, UGA Libraries Online Resource Field Methods for Petroleum Geologists Recent, covers well much of what it covers, occasionally out of date

50 Mike Shepherd 2009 UGA: TN 860 .A512M no. 91
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology More books: Mike Shepherd UGA: TN 860 .A512M no. 91 Oil Field Production Geology (AAPG Memoir 91) Well-organized; abundant schematic illustrations Charles F. Conaway UGA TN 870 .C The Petroleum Industry: A Nontechnical Guide Simple explanations of many, many, things George Asquith and Dan Krygowski 2004 Basic Well Log Analysis (Second edition) The industry’s standard document on the subject Nigel Anstey UGA: TN 269 .A Simple Seismics (Second edition) What it says it is, which is good

51 Frederick K. North 1985 UGA: TN 870.5 .N59 1985 Petroleum Geology
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology More books: Frederick K. North UGA: TN N Petroleum Geology 607 pages of geology for geologists; lots of examples Royal Dutch/Shell Staff UGA: TN 870 .P The Petroleum Handbook 710 pages of technical stuff (the technical analog of Conaway’s book) B.P. Tissot and D.H. Welte UGA: TN T Petroleum Formation and Occurrence (Second Edition) The source-rock and petroleum-geochemistry revolution A. I. Levorsen UGA: TN 870 .L Geology of Petroleum (Second edition) Now only of historic interest, but the classic in the field

52 Robert D. Langenkamp 1985 UGA: Sci Ref TN 865 .J43 1985
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reference books: Robert D. Langenkamp UGA: Sci Ref TN 865 .J The Illustrated Petroleum Reference Dictionary Robert D. Langenkamp UGA: TN 865 .L Handbook of Oil Industry Terms and Phrases (Fifth edition) Jennifer A. Miles UGA: Sci Ref TN M Illustrated Glossary of Petroleum Geochemistry Edward A. Beaumont & Norman H. Foster ~ GSU: TN B AAPG Treatise of Petroleum Geology: Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields Multiple volumes, categorized by trap types (eight structural, three stratigraphic?)

53 Robert D. Langenkamp 1985 UGA: Sci Ref TN 865 .J43 1985
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reference books: Robert D. Langenkamp UGA: Sci Ref TN 865 .J The Illustrated Petroleum Reference Dictionary Robert D. Langenkamp UGA: TN 865 .L Handbook of Oil Industry Terms and Phrases (Fifth edition) Jennifer A. Miles UGA: Sci Ref TN M Illustrated Glossary of Petroleum Geochemistry Edward A. Beaumont & Norman H. Foster ~ GSU: TN B AAPG Treatise of Petroleum Geology: Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields Multiple volumes, categorized by trap types (eight structural, three stratigraphic?)

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55 Rigzone.com www.rigzone.com/training/howitworks.asp
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reference websites: Rigzone.com RIGZONE - How it works ≥ 60 pages on drilling, logging, production, etc. Schlumberger staff Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary With 4600 entries, thorough beyond reason U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Servicing eTool - Glossary of Terms An abridgement of the (out of print?) Dictionary of Petroleum Terms Discovery Group Inc. Oil and Gas Resources by state A gateway to websites of state regulatory agencies

56 Rigzone.com www.rigzone.com/training/howitworks.asp
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reference websites: Rigzone.com RIGZONE - How it works ≥ 60 pages on drilling, logging, production, etc. Schlumberger staff Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary With 4600 entries, thorough beyond reason U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Servicing eTool - Glossary of Terms An abridgement of the (out of print?) Dictionary of Petroleum Terms Discovery Group Inc. Oil and Gas Resources by state A gateway to websites of state regulatory agencies

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58 Rigzone.com www.rigzone.com/training/howitworks.asp
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reference websites: Rigzone.com RIGZONE - How it works ≥ 60 pages on drilling, logging, production, etc. Schlumberger staff Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary With 4600 entries, thorough beyond reason U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Servicing eTool - Glossary of Terms An abridgement of the (out of print?) Dictionary of Petroleum Terms Discovery Group Inc. Oil and Gas Resources by state A gateway to websites of state regulatory agencies

59 Periodicals/Journals: Oil and Gas Journal www.ogj.com UGA: TN 860 .O3
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Periodicals/Journals: Oil and Gas Journal UGA: TN 860 .O3 World Oil UGA: TN 860 .W9 AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists) Bulletin Journal of Petroleum Geology Petroleum Geology Journal of Petroleum Technology

60 Periodicals/Journals: Oil and Gas Journal www.ogj.com UGA: TN 860 .O3
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Periodicals/Journals: Oil and Gas Journal UGA: TN 860 .O3 World Oil UGA: TN 860 .W9 AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists) Bulletin Journal of Petroleum Geology Petroleum Geology Journal of Petroleum Technology

61 Periodicals/Journals: Oil and Gas Journal www.ogj.com UGA: TN 860 .O3
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Periodicals/Journals: Oil and Gas Journal UGA: TN 860 .O3 World Oil UGA: TN 860 .W9 AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists) Bulletin * * * * Journal of Petroleum Geology Petroleum Geology Journal of Petroleum Technology

62 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy.

63 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy.

64 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy.

65 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy.

66 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy.

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68 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy.

69 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy.

70 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy.

71 Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology Reasons for this course Better petroleum geoscientists Drilling wells has major environmental impact Better exploration geoscientists drill fewer dry holes. Better production geoscientists get more petroleum from each hole, reducing the number of wells drilled per unit time. More hireable/employable geoscience graduates Petroleum companies look for knowledgeable people. Better users of data generated by the petroleum industry Wells and seismic data provide information available from nowhere else. Citizens who understand the science, dynamics, and risks of how humans find and exploit their present major source of energy

72 HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS) 2080H
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology GEOL 4320/6320 prerequisites: GEOL 1120 or GEOL 1121 or GEOL 1122 or GEOL L or GEOL 2350H or HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS) 2080H

73 HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS) 2080H i.e., a geology class
University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology GEOL 4320/6320 prerequisites: GEOL 1120 or GEOL 1121 or GEOL 1122 or GEOL L or GEOL 2350H or HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS) 2080H i.e., a geology class

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Assumed vocabulary Cenozoic Holocene Quaternary Tertiary Neogene Paleogene Mesozoic Cretaceous Jurassic Triassic Paleozoic Permian Pennsylvanian Carboniferous Mississippian Devonian Silurian Ordovician Cambrian Proterozoic Precambrian Quartz Feldspar Muscovite Biotite Mica Calcite Aragonite Dolomite Gypsum Anhydrite Halite Clay Silt Sand Gravel Shale Siltstone Sandstone Conglomerate Limestone Dolostone Evaporite Chert Grain size Sorting Normal fault Reverse fault Thrust fault Strike-slip fault Fold Anticline Syncline Convergent plate boundary Divergent plate boundary Transform plate boundary Continental margin Continental shelf Continental slope Unconformity If any of these are unfamiliar, the American Geological Institute’s Glossary of Geology is waiting for you in the Science Library’s Reference Section at QE .B

75 University of Georgia Department of Geology GEOL 4320/6320 Petroleum Geology
Assumed vocabulary Cenozoic Holocene Quaternary Tertiary Neogene Paleogene Mesozoic Cretaceous Jurassic Triassic Paleozoic Permian Pennsylvanian Carboniferous Mississippian Devonian Silurian Ordovician Cambrian Proterozoic Precambrian Quartz Feldspar Muscovite Biotite Mica Calcite Aragonite Dolomite Gypsum Anhydrite Halite Clay Silt Sand Gravel Shale Siltstone Sandstone Conglomerate Limestone Dolostone Evaporite Chert Grain size Sorting Normal fault Reverse fault Thrust fault Strike-slip fault Fold Anticline Syncline Convergent plate boundary Divergent plate boundary Transform plate boundary Continental margin Continental shelf Continental slope If any of these are unfamiliar, the American Geological Institute’s Glossary of Geology is waiting for you in the Science Library’s Reference Section at QE .B

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