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Structural Inversion Magnitude and its Impacts on the Hydrocarbon Accumulation

Basin”, Yellow Sea. Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, Daejeon, pp. 305-350, South Korea, 2015. [4] B. Freeman, D.J. Quinn, C.G. Dillon, M. Arnhild, and B. Jaarsma, “Predicting subseismic fracture density and orientation in the Gorm Field”, Danish North Sea, in Richards, F.L., Richardson, N.J., Rippington, S.J., Wilson, R.W., and Bond, C.E., eds., Industrial Structural Geology: Principles, Techniques and Integration: Geological Society, London, Special Publication, vol. 421, pp. 421–429, 2015. [5] N. Sultan, and M.A. Abdelhalim, “Tectonic

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Use of Modelling Approach in evaluation of Fractured Shale Aquifers for irrigation purpose; a case study of Oju, Lower Benue Trough Nigeria

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