Multi-scale stratigraphic and statistical analysis of allogenic and autogenic controls on fluvial systems
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Fluvial systems are important hydrocarbon reservoirs around the globe, including the high net-sand content fluvial reservoirs of the North Sea and the low net-sand content Mungaroo of offshore Australia. Despite their economic significance, fluvial successions are a challenging reservoir type to predict, characterize, and model. Because large amounts of hydrocarbons are stored in subsurface fluvial reservoirs, understanding the stratigraphic expression of external (allogenic) and internal (autogenic) forcing mechanisms at multiple scales is key to predicting reservoir connectivity from the large ...