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Synonyms for foreland

a natural elevation (especially a rocky one that juts out into the sea)

land forming the forward margin of something

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The Punjab forelands demarcate the southern frontier whereas the northwest boundary is marked by the Sheikh Budin hills (Fig.
Khisor Range of the Trans-Indus ranges is a south-vergent fold-thrust belt that defines an east-west to north-northeast trending structural geometries and protrudes southward into the northwestern Punjab foreland deep.
This well will be an offset to the ARCO North Forelands #1 well that was flow tested at 4,340 BOEPD from three formations (including the Hemlock) with oil testing at 43o API Gravity.
The oil is contained in the Lower Tyonek, Hemlock, Sunfish and West Foreland Formations.
The joint venture will allow Mitsubishi to acquire an average 20 percent interest in nine of Talisman's licenses in the Forelands of PNG.
The most recent aerial surveys (2002) conducted in the Forelands by Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) estimated a density of 0.
Other large mammals that occur on the Forelands include brown bear (Ursus arctos), black bear (U.
I WOULD like to express my thanks and appreciation to the staff at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Northfield, and particularly Forelands Ward, for the wonderful treatment and care I received when I was admitted for knee replacement surgery recently.
I would particularly like to thank the nurses on Forelands Ward and Mr Hussain and his surgical team for their expertise in the operating theatre, and all the other people, too numerous to mention, who played such an important part.
Jacob Teitelbaum, ARC, 466 Forelands Road, Annapolis, MD 21401; email: endfatigue@ aol.
The second, from the North Forelands zone, was tested through perforations at a subsea depth of 13,652 feet to 13,966 feet and flowed 1,125 barrels of oil per day through a 30/64-inch choke.
Of the 13 wells drilled, a total of 10 wells were successfully flow tested at rates of up to 4,343 BOEPD (North Forelands # 1 well) and 4,320 BOEPD (North Cook Inlet # B-02 well), or had logging results confirming the presence of productive oil.
1991; Weedon and McCave, 1991) indicate the coeval existence of significant drainage systems in both the Indus and Ganges Miocene forelands.
In the southern Cordillera (Price, 1981), the crustal thickness varies from >40 km in the Foreland Belt to 33 to 35 km beneath the Omineca Belt.