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Abstract

Outcrop exposures offer continuity, correlation, and resolution of geological data well beyond that of<br>the subsurface, and serve as ‘idealized’ analogs for reservoirs. In this study, measured sections,<br>photomosaic mapping, DGPS, and LIDAR data were collected along a 38 km dip exposure of Lower<br>Jurassic carbonate ramp strata in the High Atlas of Morocco, and converted into a static model using<br>multiple point statistics (MPS). The goal was to generate new modeling strategies through simulation<br>of ramp depositional heterogeneity during both transgressive (TST) and highstand (HST) conditions,<br>and for each of the facies belts observed (inner, middle, outer, and basinal ramp settings).

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2010-03-07
2021-10-22
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