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This article is part of the Naturally Fractured Reservoirs collection available at: https://www.lyellcollection.org/cc/naturally-fractured-reservoirs

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Degradation of fracture porosity in sandstone by carbonate cement, Piceance Basin, Colorado, USA
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Multiscale fracture length analysis in carbonate reservoir units, Kurdistan, NE Iraq
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Multiscale fracture length analysis in carbonate reservoir units, Kurdistan, NE Iraq
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Flow diagnostics for naturally fractured reservoirs
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Genesis and role of bitumen in fracture development during early catagenesis
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Degradation of fracture porosity in sandstone by carbonate cement, Piceance Basin, Colorado, USA
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