Chemostratigraphy

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Dr. Neil W. Craigie
Geological Chemostratigrapher, Saudi Aramco

Prof. Claudio Di Celma
University of Camerino, Italy
Email: neil.craigie@aramco.com

Manuscript Topics
Chemostratigraphy is a reservoir correlation technique utilizing inorganic geochemical data and has increased steadily in popularity over the last 20 years. The advantages of the technique are that it can be applied to sediments of any lithology, of any age, in any location and deposited in a range of environments. In recent years the technique has been applied in conjunction with other correlation tools such as lithostratigrtaphy, magnetostratigraphy, biostratigraphy and sedimentology, as part of a multidisciplinary approach to reservoir correlation. Chemostratigraphy has morphed into two distinct branches: elemental and isotope chemostratigraphy. The following publication aims, through a series of specific case studies, to outline the applications, pitfalls and methodologies of both.

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