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Training Image Characterization and Multipoint Statistical Modeling of Clastic and Carbonate Formations

This presentation gives an overview of using multiple-point statistics and training images to construct geocellular models. A model of the Inyan Kara Formation is given as an example of using a fluvial training image. Presented at the 2014 Rocky Mountain Section AAPG Annual Meeting.

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Maintainer Charles D. Gorecki
Last Updated September 26, 2014, 19:43 (EST)
Created September 26, 2014, 16:24 (EST)
Citation Klenner, R.C.L., Braunberger, J.R., Dotzenrod, N.W., Bosshart, N.W., Peck, W.D., and Gorecki, C.D., 2014, Training image characterization and multipoint statistical modeling of clastic and carbonate formations: Presented at the 2014 Rocky Mountain Section AAPG Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, July 20–22, 2014.
Ecological Region Terrestrial
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Organization Acronym EERC
Organization Description Non-profit division of the University of North Dakta
Poc Email Andrea.McNemar@NETL.DOE.GOV
Point Of Contact Andrea McNemar
Program Or Project Carbon Storage Program
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