Kitty L  Milliken
Kitty L Milliken
Bureau of Economic Geology
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Effect of organic-matter type and thermal maturity on methane adsorption in shale-gas systems
T Zhang, GS Ellis, SC Ruppel, K Milliken, R Yang
Organic geochemistry 47, 120-131, 2012
8992012
Organic matter–hosted pore system, Marcellus formation (Devonian), Pennsylvania
KL Milliken, M Rudnicki, DN Awwiller, T Zhang
AAPG bulletin 97 (2), 177-200, 2013
8272013
Experimental investigation of main controls to methane adsorption in clay-rich rocks
L Ji, T Zhang, KL Milliken, J Qu, X Zhang
Applied Geochemistry 27 (12), 2533-2545, 2012
4282012
Pore types and pore-size distributions across thermal maturity, Eagle Ford Formation, southern TexasPores across Thermal Maturity, Eagle Ford
M Pommer, K Milliken
AAPG Bulletin 99 (9), 1713-1744, 2015
2382015
Grain assemblages and strong diagenetic overprinting in siliceous mudrocks, Barnett Shale (Mississippian), Fort Worth Basin, TexasProperties of Siliceous Mudrocks, Barnett …
KL Milliken, WL Esch, RM Reed, T Zhang
Aapg Bulletin 96 (8), 1553-1578, 2012
2292012
Microbial precipitation of dolomite in methanogenic groundwater
JA Roberts, PC Bennett, LA González, GL Macpherson, KL Milliken
Geology 32 (4), 277-280, 2004
2192004
The silicified evaporite syndrome; two aspects of silicification history of former evaporite nodules from southern Kentucky and northern Tennessee
KL Milliken
Journal of Sedimentary Research 49 (1), 245-256, 1979
1761979
Feldspar diagenesis in the Frio Formation, Brazoria County, Texas Gulf Coast
LS Land, KL Milliken
Geology 9 (7), 314-318, 1981
1481981
History of burial diagenesis determined from isotopic geochemistry, Frio Formation, Brazoria County, Texas
KL Milliken, LS Land, RG Loucks
AAPG Bulletin 65 (8), 1397-1413, 1981
1471981
Diagenetic evolution of Cenozoic sandstones, Gulf of Mexico sedimentary basin
LS Land, KL Milliken, EF McBride
Sedimentary geology 50 (1-3), 195-225, 1987
1391987
Petrography and composition of authigenic feldspars, Oligocene Frio Formation, south Texas
KL Milliken
Journal of Sedimentary Research 59 (3), 361-374, 1989
1211989
Loss of provenance information through subsurface diagenesis in Plio-Pleistocene sandstones, northern Gulf of Mexico
KL Milliken
Journal of Sedimentary Research 58 (6), 992-1002, 1988
1201988
Late diagenesis and mass transfer in sandstone shale sequences
KL Milliken
TrGeo 7, 407, 2003
1132003
Numerical assessment of dissolution versus replacement in the subsurface destruction of detrital feldspars, Oligocene Frio Formation, South Texas
KL Milliken, EF McBride, LS Land
Journal of Sedimentary Research 59 (5), 740-757, 1989
1121989
Burial diagenesis of argillaceous sediment, south Texas Gulf of Mexico sedimentary basin: A reexamination
LS Land, LE Mack, KL Milliken, F Leo Lynch
Geological Society of America Bulletin 109 (1), 2-15, 1997
1101997
Brittle deformation in sandstone diagenesis as revealed by scanned cathodoluminescence imaging with application to characterization of fractured reservoirs
KL Milliken, SE Laubach
Cathodoluminescence in geosciences, 225-243, 2000
962000
Prediction of lithofacies and reservoir quality using well logs, late cretaceous williams fork formation, mamm creek field, Piceance basin, Colorado
A Ozkan, SP Cumella, KL Milliken, SE Laubach
AAPG bulletin 95 (10), 1699-1723, 2011
902011
Systematic destruction of K-feldspar in deeply buried rift and passive margin sandstones
M Wilkinson, KL Milliken, RS Haszeldine
Journal of the Geological Society 158 (4), 675-683, 2001
882001
Porosity and permeability variations in fractured and liesegang-banded Breathitt sandstones (Middle Pennsylvanian), eastern Kentucky: Diagenetic controls and implications for …
L Fu, KL Milliken, JM Sharp Jr
Journal of Hydrology 154 (1-4), 351-381, 1994
861994
Mesozoic-Cenozoic unroofing of the southern Appalachian Basin: Apatite fission track evidence from Middle Pennsylvanian sandstones
SS Boettcher, KL Milliken
The Journal of Geology 102 (6), 655-668, 1994
841994
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