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the region drained by a river system

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an area sunk below its surroundings

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the quantity that a basin will hold

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a natural depression in the surface of the land often with a lake at the bottom of it

a bathroom sink that is permanently installed and connected to a water supply and drainpipe

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The Company has established a major basinal control position and is now pursuing, exploring and developing production from this new play with repeatable full cycle exploration and attractive economics.
All three Fms pass laterally into the basinal limestones of the Pabdeh Fm in the east.
The basinal and administrative approach lets establishing effective spatial forms of interaction between the nature users [3; 10].
A deeper basinal setting (which is planned for the next two wells in the program) will look to identify increased TOC contents of the reservoir, which at Ngapaeruru-1 is slightly less than 1% (with 2% being the standard threshold) indicating subsequent wells may be more optimally located to intercept the ideal source rock origin.
The Gapowo B-1 well data has validated the Company's geologic model of increasing thickness and organic content over the Lower Silurian/Ordovician target interval as it moves into a more distal basinal setting.
The importance of these basinal source facies is constrained by a lack of data.
This approach significantly reduced the possible errors associated with simple assumed basinal generalized functions and thus enhances the representativeness of the porosity-depth and the time-depth functions.
New geological mapping outlines the Hosenbein pluton as a T-shaped basinal structure subdivided into Main and Marginal zones (Fig.
5 per cent of Indian sedimentary basinal area, he said, "During XI plan period, area under exploration has been targeted as 80 per cent of total area of Indian sedimentary basins".
The Cuthbertson Mountain deposit appears to have been formed in a similar setting, but one where hot springs were delivering manganese to the basinal waters.
Middle Smackover strata, especially in basinal areas, are dominated by lime mudstone and pelletal or fossiliferous wackestone, deposited in relatively deep water.
This transition represents a rapid facies change, from a stromatolite-dominated carbonate reef to organic-rich basinal shales (20% TOC), devoid of carbonate.
5) was deposited in a nearshore to basinal marine setting during the middle Miocene to upper Pliocene (see discussion below).
In Hakkari and parts of Siirt and Diyarbakir, the Midyat is equated with the generally younger Asmari of south-western Iran and northern Iraq, displaying changes in regional facies and grading into more basinal sediments to the north and the west.