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Notable Papers 2008

The list below represents 10 papers that have been judged notable contributions by the Bulletin Editorial Board based in part on high levels of citation based on a minimum of three years of citation reports.

 

Evidence for multiple stages of oil cracking and thermochemical sulfate reduction in the Puguang gas field, Sichuan Basin, China

v. 92 Issue: 5 Pages: 611-637 DOI: 10.1306/01210807090

Characterizing the shale gas resource potential of Devonian-Mississippian strata in the Western Canada sedimentary basin: Application of an integrated formation evaluation

v. 92 Issue: 1 Pages: 87-125 DOI: 10.1306/09040707048

Toward more accurate quartz cement models: The importance of euhedral versus noneuhedral growth rates

v. 92 Issue: 11 Pages: 1537-1563 DOI: 10.1306/07160808037

New insights into the volume and pressure changes during the thermal cracking of oil to gas in reservoirs: Implications for the in-situ accumulation of gas cracked from oils

v. 92 Issue: 2 Pages: 181-200 DOI: 10.1306/09210706140

Fault zone deformation controlled by carbonate mechanical stratigraphy, Balcones fault system, Texas

v. 92 Issue: 3 Pages: 359-380 DOI: 10.1306/10290707066

Multiscale stratigraphic analysis of a structurally confined submarine fan: Carboniferous Ross Sandstone, Ireland

v. 92 Issue: 5 Pages: 557-587 DOI: 10.1306/01110807042

A megascale view of reservoir quality in producing sandstones from the offshore Gulf of Mexico

v.: 92 Issue: 2 Pages: 145-164 DOI: 10.1306/09280707062

Terminology for structural discontinuities

v. 92 Issue: 7 Pages: 853-867 DOI: 10.1306/02200807065

Uranium depletion across the Pennian-Triassic boundary in Middle East carbonates: Signature of oceanic anoxia

v. 92 Issue: 6 Pages: 691-707 DOI: 10.1306/02140807095

Evolution of the Cretaceous Astrid thrust belt in the ultradeep-water Lower Congo Basin, Gabon

v. 92 Issue: 4 Pages: 487-511 DOI: 10.1306/12030707074

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