Mapping the Red Fork Sandstone with Multispectral Coherence

Exploration and development drilling along the upper region of the Middle Pennsylvanian Red Fork Sandstone has been going on since 1979 in the western part of the Anadarko basin of Oklahoma. Fangyu Li, a postdoctoral research associate in the College of Engineering at the University of Georgia, said the latest technology in multispectral coherence is developing to a point where scientists can see more of what’s down there and they can see it more clearly.

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Location map of Anadarko basin area on map of Oklahoma, and the study survey is located inside the study area marked by red boundary (after del Moro et al., 2013)

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