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Examines the porosity of limestones and dolomites in the south Florida basin. Porosity data are derived from wire-line measurements which sample large volumes of rock, relative to petrographic methods, and can be examined at vertical scales approaching those of aquifers and hydrocarbon reservoirs. Investigation depths range from the surface to about 5500m. Curves of porosity versus depth, reflecting large-scale porosity-loss processes in the subsurface, are derived for a composite carbonate section and for carbonate strata of different ages and compositions.-from Authors
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Carbonate porosity versus depth: a predictable relation for south Florida.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin