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shaly

[′shāl·ē]
(geology)
Pertaining to, composed of, containing, or having the properties of shale, especially readily split along close-spaced bedding planes.
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Therefore, the modified Archie model which has the n-exponent =1 is used showing the zone is a potentially shaly sand.
does the deep syncline sag beneath him, or does his strat'd mattress & his rug of shaly grey ease for his royal dorsals the caving under-floor If his strong-spine rests on the bald heights Where would you say his foot chafer leans?
A thin green shale or shaly mudstone, termed the "Lower Wristen Marker" by Garfield and Longman (1989), occurs at the base of the Wristen in Midland County.
The Litho Scanner service measures an enhanced suite of elements, including carbon, magnesium and aluminum, in real time to help provide a detailed description of complex reservoirs, including unconventional, shaly sand and carbonate.
Revil A, Cathles LM, III, Losh S, Nunn JA (1998) Electrical conductivity in shaly sands with geophysical applications.
Adegoke (1977) described the formation as consisting of shaly limestone About 12.
The Middle Cambrian aquifer is sealed by a thick (500-900 m) shaly package of Ordovician-Silurian age representing a reliable seal rock.
That the fossils are pyritized indicates they probably were collected from a shaly interval within a section that is mostly of the carbonate facies so representative of Albian rocks of this area.
This was the first time the technologies were run in the Region with the MR Scanner* expert magnetic resonance service used to confirm the presence of gas in the reservoir's laminated shaly sands, the Rt Scanner* triaxial induction service identifying additional net pay, and the Sonic Scanner acoustic scanning platform providing geomechanical properties to optimize fracture design.