Summary

Northeastern Oklahoma was influenced by two major tectonic events that structurally affected basement rocks. These two tectonic events consist of the subsidence of the Anadarko basin and uplift of the Ozark Dome. These tectonic events caused features in the basement rock that can be seen in multiplepublic3D seismic surveys located in Northeast, Oklahoma. A location near Spavinaw, Oklahoma gives the opportunity to observe granite basement rocks in outcrop, which are more than 5000ft below the surface in our 3D Seismic Survey 95 miles west.

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