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 ====== Trace Element and Vanadium Isotope Measurements in Crude Oil: Fingerprinting,​ Characterization,​ Typing, and Correlation with Source Rocks ====== ====== Trace Element and Vanadium Isotope Measurements in Crude Oil: Fingerprinting,​ Characterization,​ Typing, and Correlation with Source Rocks ======
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 |:::        | <​nowiki>​K Adry Bissada</​nowiki>​ | <​nowiki>​Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 312 Science and Research Bldg. 1, University of Houston, Houston TX 77479, U.S.A.</​nowiki>​ | |:::        | <​nowiki>​K Adry Bissada</​nowiki>​ | <​nowiki>​Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 312 Science and Research Bldg. 1, University of Houston, Houston TX 77479, U.S.A.</​nowiki>​ |
 |:::        | <​nowiki>​W. Yang</​nowiki>​ | <​nowiki>​Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 312 Science and Research Bldg. 1, University of Houston, Houston TX 77479, U.S.A.</​nowiki>​ | |:::        | <​nowiki>​W. Yang</​nowiki>​ | <​nowiki>​Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 312 Science and Research Bldg. 1, University of Houston, Houston TX 77479, U.S.A.</​nowiki>​ |
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 In rifted margin basin and other settings, elemental abundances, abundance ratios, and isotopic ratios allow the potential of multi-element and isotopic oil fingerprinting,​ oil-oil and oil-source rock correlation,​ rapid assessment of the source depositional environment,​ the identification of clastic or carbonaceous source rocks, the overall redox state of the depositional environment,​ the relative maturities of the source rocks, extent and range of crude oil demetallation or biodegradation increases, and the terrestrial or non-terrestrial origins of the kerogen to be determined. In rifted margin basin and other settings, elemental abundances, abundance ratios, and isotopic ratios allow the potential of multi-element and isotopic oil fingerprinting,​ oil-oil and oil-source rock correlation,​ rapid assessment of the source depositional environment,​ the identification of clastic or carbonaceous source rocks, the overall redox state of the depositional environment,​ the relative maturities of the source rocks, extent and range of crude oil demetallation or biodegradation increases, and the terrestrial or non-terrestrial origins of the kerogen to be determined.