|Number Series||GB 93-1|
|Title||Scales of Geological Heterogeneity of Pennsylvanian Jackfork Group, Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas: Applications to Field Development and Exploration for DeepWater Sandstones|
|Author (s)||D.W. Jordan, D.R. Lowe, R.M. Slatt, C.G. Stone, A. D'Agostino, M.H. Scheihing, R.H. Gillespie|
Prepared by the Dallas Geological Society for American Association of Petroleum Geologists,
Annual Convention, Dallas, TX, April, 1993. (Reprint by Arkansas Geological Commission, 1993).
This guidebook presents the geologic setting of the Stanley Group, Jackfork Group, Johns Valley Shale, and Atoka Formation, with particular emphasis on the Jackfork, its stratigraphic position and age, paleoenvironmental interpretations of the Jackfork, organic chemistry, petrography, deep-sea sedimentation processes and facies (turbidity currents, debris flows, liquified flows), and outcrop gamma-ray logging. The following stops are described and interpreted with reservoir implications and sandstone/shale ratio given: Big Rock quarry, North Little Rock, Pulaski County; I-430 roadcut, Little Rock, Pulaski County; Visitor Center, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Pulaski County; Murray quarry, near Arkadelphia, Clark County; DeGray Lake Spillway and Lake DeGray Intake, Bismarck, Clark County; Hollywood quarry, north of Hollywood, Clark County; and Dierks Lake Spillway, near Dierks, Howard County.
The guidebook includes:
*Includes: 141 pages, 90 figures, 9 tables
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Guidebook 93-1 (52 MB)
Arkansas Geological Survey