By C. Bartolini, J. R. Roman Ramos
Memoir ninety is a multidisciplinary booklet that features a wide variety of themes resembling natural geochemistry, petroleum structures research, salt tectonics, petroleum prospectivity reviews, geophysical interpretation, basin modeling, petrophysics, stratigraphy and sedimentology, structural geology and tectonics, biostratigraphy and paleontology, sediment provenance experiences, and power fields.
AAPG Memoir ninety makes a speciality of the southern Gulf of Mexico prolific offshore and onshore basins with an emphasis at the petroleum platforms. This booklet is a needs to for exploration geologists and geophysicists, study scientists, school, and scholars who are looking to find out about the hot exploratory wisdom at the petroleum geology of the Mexican Gulf of Mexico.
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The Claiborne Group is subdivided into the Mount Selman and Cook Mountain subgroups, and the Yegua Formation. The Mount Selman includes, from base to top, the Reklaw, Queen City, and Weches formations; and the Cook Mountain subgroup includes the Sparta Formation at its base and the Crockett Formation at its top. The Carrizo Formation is the oldest stratigraphic unit in the Claiborne Group, whereas the Yegua Formation is the youngest. The Yegua Formation overlies the Crockett and underlies Jackson or Moody Branch strata.
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We describe the structural evolution forward in time. Cross Section MS-508 A seismic profile (Figure 22, located in Figure 12) in the west shows a large counterregional structure separating the landward Pescadores minibasin from the minibasin area in the upper slope. These minibasins are underlain by a variably evacuated, partly welded salt canopy, which overlies the Miocene fold belts. 9 Ma (Figure 22). Deeper reflections are difficult to correlate because of structural complexity and poor imaging.