Recent Advances in Sequence Straigraphy & Reservoir Compartmentalization in Upper Guadalupian Carbonates -- Guadalupe Mountains, West Texas & Southeastern New Mexico

Recent Advances in Sequence Straigraphy & Reservoir Compartmentalization in Upper Guadalupian Carbonates -- Guadalupe Mountains, West Texas & Southeastern New Mexico

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Road Log Day 1 - Midland to McKittrick Canyon to Carlsbad -Bob  Trentham (modified from Bob Lindsay, Bob Ward and Bob Trentham)


Rader  Slide  Stop  - The  Delaware-Apache  Mountains  Triangle,  A  mixed Carbonate/Siliciclastic Deep-water Environment -Robert C. Trentham


Lamar  Limestone Stop - Small-Scale Structures in  the  Guadalupe Mountains Region:  Implication for Laramide Stress Trends in the Permian Basin- Richard J. Erdlac, Jr.


Lamar Limestone Stop - The Lamar Lime as Potential Reservoir. Keys from Outcrop and Core - Robert C. Trentham


Road Log Day 2 -Carlsbad  to White City to Carlsbad Caverns - Bob Trentham (modified from Bob Lindsay, Bob Ward and Bob Trentham)


Guadalupe Mountains - Walnut Canyon Reef & Walnut Canyon Shelf (Tansill & Yates)- Emily Stoudt (modified from Jason Rush)


Road Log Day 3 (part 1)- Carlsbad to Dark Canyon- Bob Trentham (modified from Bob Lindsay, Bob Ward and Bob Trentham)


Exercise in Dark Canyon (handouts)


Road Log Day 3 (part 2) -Dark  Canyon to Carlsbad to Gnome Site to Midland - Bob Trentham


Special Note- References to Rush 2001 and Rush 2002 are cited below


Rush, Jason W., 2001, Sequence Architecture of a Late Guadalupian Carbonate Rimmed Shelf, Walnut Canyon, New Mexico: University of Texas, Austin, Unpublished M.S. Thesis.


Rush, Jason W., 2002, Oral Presentation to WTGS Luncheon Meeting

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