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A formation is called abnormally pressured, when its pore pressure is above or below the pressure dictated by the pressure gradient of hydrostatic column.
 
A formation is called abnormally pressured, when its pore pressure is above or below the pressure dictated by the pressure gradient of hydrostatic column.
  
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Latest revision as of 08:44, 22 September 2016

A formation is called abnormally pressured, when its pore pressure is above or below the pressure dictated by the pressure gradient of hydrostatic column.

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