#2016-133: Outcrop Example of Conventional and Unconventional Stratigraphic Traps in the Permian Basin

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<strong>2016 WTGS Field Trip Publication #16-133</strong> <h6><strong><em><u>Regional Siliciclastic Stratigraphic Trap Geometry </u></em></strong></h6> <h6><strong>Stop 1: </strong>Dark Canyon, Yates Formation. Review a regional stratigraphic trap in the Yates Formation.</h6> <h6><strong><em><u>Onlapping Carbonate Stratigraphic Trap Geometry </u></em></strong></h6> <h6><strong>Stop 2: </strong>Last Chance Canyon, Grayburg/Upper San Andres formations.</h6> <h6><strong><em><u>Up-dip Carbonate Porosity Pinchout Stratigraphic Trap Geometry </u></em></strong></h6> <h6><strong>Stop 3: </strong>Stone Canyon, Grayburg Formation.</h6> <h6><strong>Stop 4: </strong>Fault Canyon, Grayburg Formation.</h6> <h6><strong>Saturday, October 1, 2016 </strong></h6> <h6><strong><em><u>Late Permian Regional Evaporite Seal </u></em></strong></h6> <h6><strong>Stop 5: </strong>State line outcrop, Castile Formation.</h6> <h6><strong><em><u>Source Rock Stratigraphic Trap Geometry </u></em></strong></h6> <h6><strong>Stop 6: </strong>Lamar Limestone Member, Bell Canyon Formation.</h6> <h6><u> <strong><em>Debris Flow Stratigraphic Trap Geometry </em></strong></u></h6>
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