panoramic photos of the predominantly sandy steeply dipping outcrop
slumped sands are present, similar to those seen along the mdb coastline. Are these slumped units the result of syndepositional or post depositional movements? The first series of diagrams illustrate deformed units between undeformed beds
steeply dipping sands and claystones, a large rounded block of sand floats within the claystone bed. Imagine drilling through and logging such a block in the subsurface with a 8.5” borehole, and making wrong assumptions about reservoir size.
alternating sands and claystones , the sand has an erosional base while the claystones are parallel laminated.
Dip at the top of the section is 600, strike 600,
direction of dip 3300.