The Shale Smear Project 2000 Workshop and Annual Report
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- June 14, 2000
The Stanford Shale Smear Project was an industrial affiliates project within the Stanford Structural Geology and Geomechanics Program in the Geological and Environmental Sciences Department in the School of Earth Sciences at Stanford University. The project was directed by Professor Atilla Aydin.
This report covers the results from the fourth year of the Shale Smear Project. It includes the final results from the Gulf of Suez, Egypt and the Niger Delta. We have just initiated a new study in Black Diamond Mine Regional Park. A progress report from this study will be presented. Table of Contents: "Progress Report on shale smear study at Black Diamond Mine, California." Atilla Aydin. "3D Fault segmentation: implications for entrapment and compartmentalisation." Thierry Rives and Antonio Benedicto. "Normal fault segmentation along dip direction and its impact on fault sealing." Poster 1. Amgad Younes and Atilla Aydin. "A new, process-based methodology for the analysis of faults and their sealing potential in the Niger Delta." Poster 2. Bashir Koledoye, Atilla Aydin, and Eric May. "Segmented faults: dynamic behavior in well test simulations." Poster 3. Eric Caput, Thierry Rives, and Yann Lagelaye.
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- Aydin, Atilla et. al. (2000). The Shale Smear Project 2000 Workshop and Annual Report. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at: http://purl.stanford.edu/kd954dj3188
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