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The detection of thin sandstone reservoirs on seismic sections is a matter of seismic resolution and bed thickness. Usually, layers thinner than 50 ft. thick are difficult to visualize on vertical seismic sections. The problem is observed in the northwestern desert of Egypt, where several thin oil-bearing sandstone reservoirs are located, among them Qasr Field which produces oil from the Lower Cretaceous Alam El Bueib Formation, specially unit AEB-3D (D2). The aim is to follow unit (D2)doi:10.1007/s13202-018-0541-5 fatcat:nqyashpluvdnzen57refhfapkm