36Oasis #1 Deutsch NE-SE 33-21S-24W Hodgeman County, Kansas Summary of Meramec core (modified after Reed Johnson, 1990)
37Mississippian core porosities and permeabilities from Oasis #1 Deutsch NE-SE 33-21S-24W Hodgeman County, Kansas (modified after Reed Johnson, 1990)
38Stratigraphic cross-section of the Bindley Field perpendicular to the long-axis, with Oasis #1 at the center. The distribution of lithotypes dictates the flow-unit architecture (modified from Johnson and Budd, 1994)
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