LiDAR

Published Abstracts

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107. *Caf, A. B., *D. Lubo-Robles, M. J. Pranter, H. Bedle, and Z. A. Reza, 2022, Seismic-constrained modeling and dynamic simulation of long-term carbon storage potentials, carbon-sequestration well injectivity, and CO2 plume behavior and evolution, Arbuckle Group, Wellington Field, Kansas, Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, Houston, TX, June 2022.

106. *Caf, A. B., *D. Lubo-Robles, M. J. Pranter, H. Bedle, K. J. Marfurt, and Z. A. Reza, 2022, Injectivity and storage potential assessment of the Arbuckle Group for CO2 sequestration using seismic-constrained reservoir modeling and simulation: Wellington Field, Kansas, AAPG Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Conference, Houston, TX, March 2022.

105. *Caf, A. B., *D. Lubo-Robles, M. J. Pranter, H. Bedle, K. J. Marfurt, and Z. A. Reza, 2022, Injectivity and storage potential assessment of the Arbuckle Group for CO2 sequestration using supervised machine learning: Wellington Field, Kansas, Boone Pickens School of Geology TechFest, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, February 2022.

104. Suriamin, F., and M. J. Pranter, 2021, Petrophysical analysis of Mississippian rock types and reservoir properties within a sequence-stratigraphic framework, eastern Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma, USA, AAPG Mid-continent Section Convention, Tulsa, OK, October 2021.

103. *Duarte, D., and M. J. Pranter, 2021, From rocks to models revisited: using machine learning techniques to link thin-section petrography and 3D facies modeling, AAPG Mid-continent Section Convention, Tulsa, OK, October 2021.

102. *Duarte, D., B. Milad, R. D. Elmore, M. J. Pranter, and R. Slatt, 2021, Diagenetic controls on reservoir quality of the Sycamore Formation, northern Ardmore Basin, Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-continent Section Convention, Tulsa, OK, October 2021.

101. Pranter, M. J., J. *Tellez, *M. Miller, and C. T. McLain, 2021, Multiscale reservoir characterization of Mississippian strata using seismic-constrained reservoir characterization and modeling, STACK play, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-continent Section Convention, Tulsa, OK, October 2021.

100. *Duarte, D., R. Pires de Lima, and M. Pranter, 2021, Classification of Sycamore Formation Petrofacies with Semi-Supervised and Supervised Machine Learning Techniques, Sho-Vel-Tum Field, Ardmore Basin, Oklahoma, USA, International Meeting for Applied Geoscience & Energy (IMAGE), Denver, CO, September 2021.

99. *Tellez, J., M. J. Pranter, C. Sondergeld, C. Rai, J. Fu, H. Han, and C. T. McLain, 2021, Mechanical Stratigraphy of Mississippian Strata in the STACK Play, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma, International Meeting for Applied Geoscience & Energy (IMAGE), Denver, CO, September 2021.

98. *Morgan H., M. J. Pranter, and R. Cole, 2020, Sedimentology, chemofacies, and stratigraphic architecture of the lower Cretaceous Burro Canyon Formation, Ninemile Hill Unaweep Canyon, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, TX (virtual), June 2020.

97. *Dingmore, L. M., M. J. Pranter, J. D. Pigott, and Z. A. Reza, 2020, Stratigraphic variability of detrital carbonates and associated petrophysical properties of the Wolfcamp Formation, Northwest Shelf, Delaware Basin, GSA South-Central Section 54th Annual Meeting, Fort Worth, TX, March 2020.

96. Zhui, R., T. Phan, T. Bickley, Y. Zapata, J. D. Pigott, M. J. Pranter, and Z. Reza, 2019, Production analytics and decline curve analysis of the Bone Spring Formation and comparison with seismic: initial results, West Texas Geological Society Fall Symposium, Midland, TX, September 2019.

95. Phan, T., R. Zhui, J. D. Pigott, M. J. Pranter, and Z. Reza, 2019, Critical insights on CO2 huff-n-puff injection performance of hydraulically fractured wells in the Wolfcamp Formation in the Midland Basin, West Texas Geological Society Fall Symposium, Midland, TX, September 2019.

94. Bickley, T., J. D. Pigott, H. Bedle, K. Pigott, R. Zhui, T. Phan, M. J. Pranter, and Z. Reza, 2019, High resolution 3D seismic-petrophysical sequence stratigraphy of the Bone Springs Formation, Northern Delaware Basin, West Texas Geological Society Fall Symposium, Midland, TX, September 2019.

93. *Morgan, H. M., M. J. Pranter, and R. Cole, 2019, Sedimentology, chemostratigraphy, and stratigraphic architecture of the Lower Cretaceous Burro Canyon Formation, Ninemile Hill, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Cheyenne, Wyoming, September 2019.

92. *Tellez, J. J., M. J. Pranter, and R. Cole, 2019, Fluvial architecture and sequence stratigraphy of the Burro Canyon Formation using UAV-based outcrop models, southwestern Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Cheyenne, Wyoming, September 2019.

91. *Tellez, J. J., M. J. Pranter, and R. Cole, 2019, UAV-Based photogrammetry for facies architecture and fluvial sequence stratigraphic definition of the Burro Canyon Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG International Conference & Exhibition, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2019.

90. Pranter, M. J., *S. A. Clark, *K. D. Lewis, *J. J. Tellez, Z. A. Reza, and R. D. Cole, 2019, Characterizing fluvial architecture using UAV-based photogrammetry and outcrop-based modeling: implications for reservoir performance, southwestern Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX. May 2019.

89. Suriamin, Fnu, M. J. Pranter, and A. B. Cullen, 2018, Petrophysical characterization of the Meramec interval of the STACK Play, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma Geological Survey STACK Play Workshop, Oklahoma City, OK, September 2018.

88. *Lewis, K., M. J. Pranter, Z. Reza, and R. Cole, 2018, Outcrop characterization and modeling of fluvial tight-gas sandstones using drone-based photogrammetry, Burro Canyon Formation, northwest Colorado: implications for reservoir performance, SPE/AAPG/SEG Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC), Houston, TX, July 2018.

87. *Tellez, J. J., *K. Lewis, *S. Clark, R. Cole, M. J. Pranter, and Z. A. Reza, 2018, Exploring multi-scale heterogeneity of braided-fluvial reservoirs: implications for reservoir performance, AAPG Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2018.

86. *Lewis, K., M. J. Pranter, Z. A. Reza, and R. D. Cole, 2018, Fluvial architecture of the Burro Canyon Formation using UAV-based photogrammetry: implications for reservoir performance, Rattlesnake Canyon, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2018.

85. *Henglai, P., and M. J. Pranter, 2018, Parasequence stacking and facies control on reservoir quality and productivity of Early to Middle Miocene fluvial-deltaic deposits, Formation 2, Gulf of Thailand, AAPG Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2018.

84. *Miller, J., A. Cullen, and M. J. Pranter, 2018, Regional stratigraphy and organic richness of Meramecian and equivalent strata, Anadarko Basin, central Oklahoma, AAPG Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2018.

83. *Hickman, G., M. J. Pranter, Z. A. Reza, and A. Cullen, 2018, Reservoir characterization of the Mississippian Meramec and Osage Series of Canadian, Kingfisher, and Blaine Counties (STACK Trend), Oklahoma: relating reservoir characteristics to productivity, AAPG Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2018.

82. *Gogri, M., *G. Hickman, *G. Machado, K. Marfurt, M. Pranter, and Z. Reza, 2018, History-matching and characterization of Arbuckle-Basement waste-water disposal system, Payne County, northern Oklahoma, SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control, Lafayette, Louisiana, February 2018.

81. *Tellez, J. J., M. J. Pranter, and R. Cole, 2017, Application of UAV-based photogrammetry for outcrop characterization of fluvial deposits of the Burro Canyon Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, 7TH International Symposium on Hydrocarbon Accumulation Mechanism and Petroleum Resources Evaluation, Beijing, China, October 2017.

80. *Suriamin, F., and M. J. Pranter, 2017, Lithofacies and pore-structure characterization of the mid-continent Mississippian Limestone, Grant Count, Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 2017.

79. *Machado, G., *G. Hickman, *M. Gogri, K. J. Marfurt, M. J. Pranter, and Z. A. Reza, 2017, Multidisciplinary geomechanical and geophysical characterization of the coupled Arbuckle-basement system, Payne County, Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 2017.

78. *Drummond, K., M. J. Pranter, and G. M. Grammer, 2017, Regional stratigraphy and proximal to distal variation of lithology and porosity within a mixed carbonate-siliciclastic system, Meramec and Osage Series (Mississippian), north-central Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 2017.

77. *Suriamin, F., and M. J. Pranter, 2017, Stratigraphic and facies control on porosity and pore types of Mississippian limestone and chert reservoirs: an example from north-central Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 2017.

76. *Wethington, N., and M. J. Pranter, 2017, Stratigraphic architecture of the Mississippian Limestone through integrated electrofacies classification, Hardtner Field Area, Kansas and Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 2017.

75. *Elium, E., G. M. Grammer, and M. J. Pranter, 2017, Combining sequence stratigraphy with artificial neural networks to enhance regional correlation and determination of reservoir quality in the “Mississippian Limestone” of the mid-continent, USA, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, TX, April 2017 (2017 Search and Discovery Article #42091).

74. *Cervantes Velazquez, A., M. J. Pranter, and K. J. Marfurt, 2017, Structural analysis of Upper Cretaceous Carbonates using curvature attributes, Campeche Sound, Gulf of Mexico, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, TX, April 2017 (2017 Search and Discovery Article #30522).

73. *Obermeier, S. A., M. J. Pranter, Z. A. Reza, and R. D. Cole, 2017, Multi-scale analysis of fluvial architecture and facies of the Burro Canyon-Dakota formations using UAV-based outcrop photogrammetry and modeling – implications for reservoir performance, Escalante Canyon, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, TX, April 2017.

72. *Machado, G., *G. Hickman, *M. Gogri, M. J. Pranter, K. J. Marfurt, and Z. A. Reza, 2017, Multidisciplinary characterization of geomechanical properties and flow behavior of the coupled Arbuckle-basement system, Payne County, northern Oklahoma, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, TX, April 2017.

71. *Suriamin, F., and M. J. Pranter, 2017, Petrophysical properties from quantitative multiscale pore-structure characterization in unconventional carbonate reservoir: an example from the mid-continent Mississippian Limestone, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, TX, April 2017.

70. *Tellez, J. J., and M. J. Pranter, 2016, Application of UAV-Based Photogrammetry for Outcrop Characterization of Fluvial Deposits of the Burro Canyon Formation, Piceance Basin, AAPG Geosciences Technology Workshop, New opportunities with drones: new needs, FAA rule changes, new technologies, Houston, TX, December 2016.

69. *Salantur, B., and M. J. Pranter, 2016, Granite Wash stratigraphy and reservoir geology, Elk City Field, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma, AAPG Annual Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 2016.

68. *Senoglu, D. E., M. J. Pranter, and K. M., Marfurt 2016, Stratigraphy, seismic characteristics, and reservoir properties of the Desmoinesian Granite Wash, Buffalo Wallow Field area, Anadarko Basin, Texas, AAPG Annual Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 2016 (2017 Search and Discovery Article #20380).

67. *Suriamin, Fnu, and M. J. Pranter, 2016, Investigation of petrophysical-property heterogeneity for electrofacies classification in carbonate reservoirs, AAPG Annual Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 2016.

66. *Wethington, N. W., and M. J. Pranter, 2016, Stratigraphic controls on Mississippian Limestone reservoir quality through integrated electrofacies classification and seismic-constrained spatial statistics, Hardtner Field, south-central Kansas, AAPG Annual Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 2016.

65. *Qi, X., *J. Snyder, K. Marfurt, and M. Pranter, 2015, Correlation of seismic attributes and mechanical properties to rate of penetration in the Mississippi Lime, OK, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2015.

64. *Lindzey, K., and M. Pranter, 2015, Geologically constrained seismic characterization and 3-D reservoir modeling of Mississippian reservoirs, north-central Anadarko Shelf, Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2015.

63. *Suriamin, F., and M. Pranter, 2015, Integrating standard petrophysical analysis with statistical measures of petrophysical heterogeneity to estimate petrofacies in Mississippian carbonates, north-central Oklahoma., AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2015.

62. Pranter, M., 2015, Multidisciplinary characterization and modeling of Mississippian carbonate and silica-rich reservoirs, northern Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2015.

61. *Birch, C., and M. Pranter, 2015, Reservoir-scale stratigraphy, sedimentology, and porosity characteristics of Mississippian reservoirs, northeastern Anadarko Shelf, Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2015.

60. *Turnini, A., and M. Pranter, 2015, Stratigraphic and structural controls on Mississippian Limestone and tripolitic chert reservoir distribution using seismic-constrained reservoir characterization and modeling, northern Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2015.

59. *Karis, A., and M. Pranter, 2015, Stratigraphy and reservoir characteristics of the Desmoinesian Granite Wash (Marmaton Group), southern Anadarko Basin, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2015.

58. *Holmes, C., M. Pranter, and D. Jordan, 2015, Core-calibrated stratigraphic architecture and facies distribution of the Colony Granite Wash, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma, AAPG Mid-Continent Section Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2015.

57. *Birch, C. B., and M. J. Pranter, 2015, Reservoir-scale stratigraphy, sedimentology and porosity characteristics of Mississippian reservoirs, northeastern Anadarko Shelf, Oklahoma, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, May 31-June 3, 2015.

56. *Holmes, C. D., Pranter, M. J., and D. W. Jordan, 2015, Stratigraphic architecture, facies distribution, and reservoir characteristics of the Colony Granite Wash, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, May 31-June 3, 2015.

55. *Karis, A. M., and M. J. Pranter, 2015, Stratigraphy and reservoir characteristics of the Desmoinesian Granite Wash, Southern Anadarko Basin, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, May 31-June 3, 2015.

54. *Lindzey, K. M., and M. J. Pranter, 2015, Geologically constrained seismic characterization and 3-D reservoir modeling of Mississippian reservoirs, north-central Anadarko Shelf, Oklahoma, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, May 31-June 3, 2015.

53. *Fenn, C., and M. J. Pranter, 2014, Outcrop to subsurface reservoir characterization of the lower Mesaverde Group, Red Wash Field, Uinta Basin and Douglas Creek Arch, Utah and Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2014.

52. *Evsan, T., M. J. Pranter, and M. Connolly, 2014, Geological controls on formation water salinity distribution, southeastern Greater Natural Buttes Field, Uinta Basin, Utah, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2014.

51. *Allen, D. and M. J. Pranter, 2014, Geologically constrained electrofacies classification of fluvial deposits: an example from the Cretaceous Mesaverde Group, Uinta and Piceance basins, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2014.

50. *Evsan, T., M. J. Pranter, and M. Connolly, 2013, Geological controls on formation water salinity distribution, southeastern Greater Natural Buttes Field, Uinta Basin, Utah, AAPG International Conference & Exhibition, Istanbul, Turkey, September 2014.

49. *Evsan, T., M. Connolly, and M. J. Pranter, 2013, Geological controls on formation water salinity distribution, southeastern Greater Natural Buttes Field, Uinta Basin, Utah, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 2013.

48. *Sharma, R., M. J. Pranter, R. D. Cole, and P. E. Patterson, 2013, Sedimentology and fluvial architecture of the upper Williams Fork Formation, Plateau Creek Canyon, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 2013.

47. *El Attar, A., M. J. Pranter, and M. Connolly, 2013, Regional stratigraphy, elemental chemostratigraphy, and organic richness of the Niobrara Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 2013.

46. *McFadden, J., M. J. Pranter, and R. D. Cole, 2013, Reservoir-scale facies and stratigraphic architecture of the middle and upper Williams Fork Formation, upper Philadelphia Creek, Douglas Creek Arch, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 2013.

45. *Allen, D., and M. J. Pranter, 2013, Geologically constrained electrofacies classification of fluvial deposits: an example from the Cretaceous Mesaverde Group, Uinta and Piceance basins, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 2013.

44. Pranter, M. J., *J. A. Sloan, R. D. Cole, H. Meng, and J. Gilman, 2012, Fluvial architecture and connectivity of the Williams Fork Formation: combining outcrop analogs and reservoir modeling for stratigraphic reservoir characterization, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Grand Junction, Colorado, September 2012.

43. *Keeton, G. I., M. J. Pranter, E. R. (Gus) Gustason, and R. D. Cole, 2012, Characterization of fluvial sandstones based on outcrop gamma-ray data and borehole images, Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Grand Junction, Colorado, September 2012.

42. *Boulas, P., *K. S. Hlava, M. J. Pranter, and R. D. Cole, 2012, A tale of two point bars: inclined heterolithic strata and reservoir compartmentalization, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Grand Junction, Colorado, September 2012.

41. *Harper, E., R. D. Cole, and M. J. Pranter, 2012, Fluvial architecture of the lower Williams Fork Formation (Middle Mesaverde Group), Douglas Creek Arch, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Grand Junction, Colorado, September 2012.

40. *Hlava, K. S., M. J. Pranter, and R. D., Cole, 2012, Sequence-stratigraphic controls on reservoir-scale architecture of the middle Mesaverde Group, Douglas Creek Arch, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Grand Junction, Colorado, September 2012.

39. *Shaak, R. V., M. J. Pranter, and E. R. (Gus) Gustason, 2012, Stratigraphic architecture and preservation of shallow-marine parasequences: lower Williams Fork Formation, southeastern Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Grand Junction, Colorado, September 2012.

38. *Rybowiak, C., and M. J. Pranter, 2012, Assessment of scale on permeability estimates in late Cretaceous reservoirs, Denver, Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Grand Junction, Colorado, September 2012.

37. *Keeton, G. I., M. J. Pranter, E. R. (Gus) Gustason, and R. D. Cole, 2012, Characterization of fluvial sandstones based on outcrop gamma-ray data and borehole images, Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Long Beach, California, April 2012.

36. *Rybowiak, C., and M. J. Pranter, 2012, Assessment of scale on permeability estimates in late Cretaceous reservoirs, Denver, Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Long Beach, California, April 2012.

35. Cole, R. D. and M. J. Pranter, 2011, Coastal- and alluvial-plain architectural elements of the Upper Cretaceous Williams Fork Formation, southeastern Piceance Basin, Colorado: outcrop analogs for subsurface reservoir characterization, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Cheyenne, Wyoming, June 2011.

34. *Shaak, R. V., M. J. Pranter, and E. R. Gustason, 2011, Stratigraphic architecture of shallow-marine to coastal-plain parasequences: lower Williams Fork Formation, southeastern Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2011.

33. *Aboktef, A. M., M. J. Pranter, and D. A. Budd, 2011, Sequence-stratigraphic controls on sandstone diagenesis: An example from the Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2011.

32. *Sloan, J. A., and M. J. Pranter, 2011, Stratigraphic characterization and modeling of fluvial deposits of the lower Williams Fork Formation combining outcrop analogs and multipoint statistical simulation (MPS), Grand Valley Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2011.

31. *Harper, E. S., *K. S. Hlava, R. D. Cole, and M. J. Pranter, 2011, Stratigraphic variability of coastal-plain and marginal-marine deposits of the Middle Mesaverde Group, Douglas Creek Arch, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2011.

30. *Hewlett, A. C., M. J. Pranter, and S. P. Cumella, 2010, Stratigraphic architecture, reservoir quality, and sandstone-body connectivity of the Mesaverde Group, central Mamm Creek Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2010.

29. *Haynie, J., M. J. Pranter, and G. M. Grammer, 2009, Characterization and modeling of petrofacies and pore-volume distribution within a gas-storage reservoir, Ray Reef Field, southern Michigan Basin, Michigan, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, June 2009.

28. Pranter, M. J., R. D. Cole, and *B. Binford, 2009, Analysis and modeling of fluvial sandstone-body architecture and heterogeneity in the Cameo interval of the lower Williams Fork Formation in Coal Canyon, Southwestern Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, June 2009.

27. *Binford, B., R. D. Cole, and M. J. Pranter, 2009, Stratigraphic architecture and connectivity of high-sinuosity fluvial sandstone bodies in Coal Canyon, Colorado with subsurface comparison to Grand Valley Field, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, June 2009.

26. Cole, R. D., and M. J. Pranter, 2009, Detailed architectural analysis of two point-bar complexes in the Cameo interval of the lower Williams Fork Formation from "Hoodoo Hill," southwestern Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, June 2009.

25. *Harper, E., R. D. Cole, and M. J. Pranter, 2009, Dimensions of fluvial geobodies in the middle Williams Fork Formation (Late Cretaceous), Main Canyon, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, June 2009.

24. Cole, R. D., and M. J. Pranter, 2008, Stratigraphic variability of sandstone-body dimensions in the Williams Fork Formation: outcrop data from the southwest Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Denver, Colorado, July 2008.

23. *Sommer, N. K., M. J. Pranter, and R. D. Cole, 2008, Sandstone-body connectivity in a meandering-fluvial system: an example from the Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Denver, Colorado, July 2008.

22. Pranter, M. J., *N. K. Sommer, *H. Panjaitan, *Q. A. German, R. D. Cole, N. F. Hurley, and D. S. Anderson, 2007, Fluvial sandstone-body dimensions and reservoir connectivity within a meandering to braided system: an example from the Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Long Beach, California, April 2007.

21. *Sommer, N. K., M. J. Pranter, and R. D. Cole, 2007, Architectural-element modeling and connectivity analysis of the Williams Fork Formation, Coal Canyon, Main Canyon, and Plateau Creek Canyons, Piceance Basin, Colorado, U.S.A., AAPG Annual Convention, Long Beach, California, April 2007.

20. *Sommer, N., *Q. A. German, M. J. Pranter, and R. D. Cole, 2006, Analysis of fluvial sand-body characteristics and dimensions in a high net-to-gross system, Upper Williams Fork Formation, Main and Plateau Creek Canyons, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Convention, Billings, Montana, June 2006.

19. *German, Q. A., M. J. Pranter, and R. D. Cole, 2006, Analysis of fluvial sand-body characteristics and connectivity in a high net-to-gross system, Upper Williams Fork Formation, Plateau Creek Canyon, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2006.

18. Budd, D. A. and M. J. Pranter, 2006, Diagenetic origins of lateral periodic variations in the properties of dolomite: evidence of self-organizing phenomena?, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2006.

17. *Vargas, M. F., M. J. Pranter, and T. L. Davis, 2006, Characterization and 3-D reservoir modeling of fluvial tight-gas sandstones in the Williams Fork Formation, Rulison Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado, USA, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2006.

16. Pranter, M. J., D. A. Budd, and **Z. A. Reza, 2005, Reservoir-scale characterization and modeling of lateral petrophysical and geochemical variability within dolomite facies of the Madison Formation, Sheep Canyon and Lysite Mountain, Wyoming: in P. Lufholm and D. Cox, eds., Unconventional Reservoirs Technology and Strategies, Alternative Perspectives for the Permian Basin, WTGS Publication #05-115, p. 193-196, WTGS 2005 Fall Symposium, Midland, Texas, October 2005.

15. Budd, D. A. and M. J. Pranter, 2005, The hidden world of dolomites: self-organization of porosity and permeability at the decameter scale during dolomitization, AAPG Annual Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 2005.

14. Pranter, M. J., **Z. A. Reza, and P. Weimer, 2005, A novel integrated approach to stochastic deepwater reservoir modeling using sequence-stratigraphic and geomorphic constraints, AAPG Annual Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 2005.

13. Pranter, M. J. and **Z. A. Reza, 2005, Use of outcrop analogs to assess the impact of lateral petrophysical cyclicity on static connectivity and fluid flow within dolomite reservoirs, AAPG Annual Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 2005.

12. Pranter, M. J. and D. A. Budd, 2004, Evidence for geochemical self-organization at the decameter scale during dolomitization, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, November 2004.

11. *Ellison, A. I., M. J. Pranter, R. Cole, and P. E. Patterson, 2004, Quantification of stratigraphic heterogeneity within a fluvial point-bar sequence, Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado: Application to reservoir modeling, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section, Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, and Colorado Oil and Gas Association Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Conference, Denver, Colorado, August 2004.

10. Davis, T. L., R. D. Benson, and M. J. Pranter, 2004, Time-lapse seismic investigation - Rulison Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Rocky Mountain Section, Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, and Colorado Oil and Gas Association Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Conference, Denver, Colorado, August 2004.

9. *Ellison, A. I., M. J. Pranter, R. Cole, and P. E. Patterson, 2004, Anatomy of a point bar: outcrop modeling using lidar data of the Upper Cretaceous Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado, AAPG Annual Convention, Dallas, Texas, April 2004.

8. *Hirstius, C. B., M. J. Pranter, and D. A. Budd, 2004, Scales of lateral petrophysical heterogeneity within dolomite rock fabrics as determined from outcrop analogs: Implications for 3-D reservoir modeling, AAPG Annual Convention, Dallas, Texas, April 2004.

7. *Hirstius, C. B., M. J. Pranter, and D. A. Budd, 2004, Characterization and modeling of multiple scales of lateral petrophysical heterogeneity within dolomite rock fabrics as determined from outcrop analogs, in C. Feazel, A. Byrnes, J. Honefenger, B. Leibrecht, B. Loucks, S. McCants, and A. Saller, eds., Carbonate Reservoir Characterization and Simulation: From Facies to Flow Units: Proceedings, AAPG Hedberg Conference, El Paso, Texas, March 2004.

6. Pranter, M. J., and N. F. Hurley, 2004, Flow unit definition for reservoir simulation, in C. Feazel, A. Byrnes, J. Honefenger, B. Leibrecht, B. Loucks, S. McCants, and A. Saller, eds., Carbonate Reservoir Characterization and Simulation: From Facies to Flow Units: Proceedings, AAPG Hedberg Conference, El Paso, Texas, March 2004.

5. *Ellison, A. I., M. J. Pranter, R. Cole, and P. E. Patterson, 2003, Stratigraphic architecture of the Upper Cretaceous Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, Western Colorado through outcrop studies and high-resolution lidar imaging, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, November 2003.

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