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Sequence-stratigraphic model of the West Siberia Lower Cretaceous

V.A. Zhemchugova, V.V. Rybalchenko, T.A. Shardanova

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DOI https://doi.org/10.18599/grs.2021.2.18

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Apparently, conceptual base of the sequence stratigraphy is one of the most acknowledged methodologies in the geological world at the present time for the sedimentary strata structure prediction. It is based on the complex analysis of the seismic, stratigraphic and sedimentary data on the depositional bodies where the structure and facies filling is regulated by the relative sea level changes. The Lower Cretaceous section of the Western Siberia in this regard is the unique object, as it is represented by the full range of the clastic depositional environments – from relatively deep-water to the continental, which are very sensitive to the conditions changes. Sequence-stratigraphic analysis results can be used to complete the pragmatic tasks in the petroleum geology as the analysis is based on the reconstruction of the sedimentogenesis processes in the past, and the understanding of that processes is the key to the generalized depositional model development. This model can be used to create the models, which can be applied to the unique local objects that occur in the Lower Cretaceous section.
 

West Siberia region, sequence-stratigraphic model, sequences, system tracts, facies, natural reservoirs

 

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Valentina A. Zhemchugova
Lomonosov Moscow State University
1, Leninskie gory, Moscow, 119234, Russian Federation
e-mail: zem@gds.ru

Vadim V. Rybalchenko
Gazprom PJSC
156, lit. A, Moskovsky ave., St.Petersburg, 196105, Russian Federation

Tatiana A. Shardanova
Lomonosov Moscow State University
1, Leninskie gory, Moscow, 119234, Russian Federation

 

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Zhemchugova V.A., Rybalchenko V.V., Shardanova T.A. (2021). Sequence-stratigraphic model of the West Siberia Lower Cretaceous. Georesursy = Georesources, 23(2), pp. 179–191. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18599/grs.2021.2.18