Evaluating water-depth variation and mapping depositional facies on Great Bahama Bank, a "flat-topped" isolated carbonate platform
"Great Bahama Bank (GBB) has long served as a frequently visited and well-studied example of a flat-topped, isolated carbonate platform. As such, GBB stands behind much of our understanding of modern processes and products of carbonate sedimentation. The geological models derived from studies on GBB are commonly used to illustrate depositional facies variations and frequently serve as reservoir analogs."--Case insert
DVD Video, English, ©2014
SEPM, Society for Sedimentary Geology, Tulsa, Okla., ©2014
SEPM short course, no. 56, 56
1 DVD-ROM : color ; 4 3/4 in.
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The geospatial data for GBB are compiled into a 3.9 GB GIS database that contains raw data, interpretive products, and visualization examples that were produced during the development of the water depth and facies maps of GBB, including the Landsat TM imagery, DEM, images developed by combining layers in the GIS, and facies and whitings maps. In addition, the Projects folder of the GIS contains files that automatically display images, maps, and DEMs with an appropriate symbology in ArcGIS version 10.1 (.mxd), ArcGIS Explorer version (Build) 1750 and 2500 (.nmf), and GlobalMapper version 14-1 (.wks)