1 edition of Dolomitization and limestone diagenesis found in the catalog.
Dolomitization and limestone diagenesis
by Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists in Tulsa (Okla)
Written in English
Contains seven major papers from symposium held in Toronto 1964, and abstracts of two other papers.
|Statement||edited by Lloyd C. Pray and Raymond C. Murray.|
|Series||Special publ -- 13.|
|Contributions||Pray, Lloyd C., Murray, Raymond C., Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.|
Dolomitization process and its implications for porosity development in dolostones: A case study from the Lower Triassic Feixianguan Formation, Jiannan area, Eastern Sichuan Basin, China. Purchase Carbonate Diagenesis and Porosity, Volume 46 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.
Burial dolomitization of platform carbonates is often attributed to fluids derived from shale basins. This study focuses on the application of geochemistry to trace the direction of fluid flow and hypothesize about fluid source(s) during burial diagenesis of the Maryville Limestone. Dolomitization is a common alteration process in most limestones. Dolomite, Shotori Formation, their types and diagenesis process. This can assist in the determina-tion of the origin of dolomites -. 2. Methodology early limestone composition. To conduct the geochemical and elemental studies, sam-File Size: 2MB.
Combines key papers in sandstone diagenesis published in Sedimentology over the last 30 years. Records the development of diagenesis from the description of grain shapes through provenance, petrography and analytical geochemistry to predictive models of diagenetic process. Core samples from two deep boreholes were analyzed for petrographic, stable and Sr isotopes, fluid inclusion microthermometry and major, minor, trace and rare-earth elements (REE) of different types of dolomite in the Silurian and Devonian carbonates of the eastern side of the Michigan Basin provided useful insights into the nature of dolomitization, and the evolution of diagenetic pore fluids Author: Marco Tortola, Ihsan S. Al-Aasm, Richard Crowe.
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In its broadest sense, diagenesis encompasses those natural changes which occur in sediments or sedimentary rocks between the time of initial deposition and the time — if ever — when the changes created by elevated temperature, or pressure, or by other conditions can be considered to have crossed the threshold into the realm of metamorphism.
In its broadest sense, diagenesis encompasses those natural changes which occur in sediments or sedimentary rocks between the time of initial deposition and the time - if ever - when the changes created by elevated temperature, or pressure, or by other conditions can be considered to have crossed the threshold into the realm of metamorphism.
Book Chapter Dolomitization and Limestone Diagenesis—An Introduction Author(s) Raymond C. Murray Raymond C. Murray 1. Shell Development Company, Houston, Texas. Search for other works by this author on: GSW. Google Scholar; Lloyd C.
Pray Lloyd C. Pray. Eugene A. Shinn, R. Ginsburg, R. Michael Lloyd, "Recent Supratital Dolomite from Andros Island Bahamas", Dolomitization and Limestone Diagenesis, Lloyd C. Dolomitization and Limestone Diagenesis [LC Pray] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Tithonian sequence Dolomitization and limestone diagenesis book shallow-water limestones, intercalated with siliciclastics and overlain by dolomite, was re covered during drilling at ODP Site on the edge of a tilted fault block. The carbonates were strongly affected by fracturing, dolomitization, dedolomitization, and compaction.
The chronology and nature of the fractures, fracture in filling, and diagenesis of the host rock. Carbonate sediments dominate the shallow waters along the arid southwest side of the Persian Gulf.
In the more protected parts of the west coast of the Qatar Peninsula, the processes of near-shore sedimentatiohave created lagoons and embayments with high chlorinity ( g/1) and reduced tidal range; they are separated from the normal Gulf waters ( g/1) with their average 4-foot tides. Download Citation | Diagenesis, Porosity, and Dolomitization | The preceding chapters provided information on the diagnostic criteria for ‘depositional microfacies’.
This chapter deals with. fracturing, dolomitization, dedolomitization, and compaction. The chronology and nature of the fractures, fracture in filling, and diagenesis of the host rock are established and correlated for both the limestone and the dolomite.
A first phase of dolomitization affected limestone that was already, at least partially, indurated. In the limestoneFile Size: 8MB. terminology and products of limestone diagenesis with emphasis on recrystallization. A second by F. BEALES discusses diagenesis of pelleted limestones. Four articles provide significant new data for interpretation of dolomitization.
Newly recognized major occurrences of Recent dolomitization in the Caribbean, the Bahamas. Dolomitization and limestone diagenesis --an introduction / R.C. Murray and L.C. Pray --The calcite-aragonite problem / W.S. Fyfe and J.L. Bischoff --Some aspects of recrystallization in ancient limestone / R.L.
Folk --Diagenesis in pelletted limestones / F.W. Beales --Dolomitization of recent and plio-pleistocene sediments by marine evaporite. The diagenesis of basinal shales are generally organic-rich and the diagenesis would contribute to CO 3 ions.1 For complete dolomitization of a limestone sequence a large quantity of Mg2+ must be propelled over the formation.
Beside existence of a favorable environment for chemical reaction, a Mg2+File Size: 1MB. Diagenesis refers to physical, chemical and biological processes.
The understanding of these processes and their products has high economic importance, because diagenetic criteria account for many of the petrophysical properties of carbonate rocks and determine their value as Cited by: 1.
Both the initial precipitation and subsequent early diagenesis are strongly mediated by microbial activity. Dolomitization may go on discontinuously from time to time, before and after orogeny. Be the first to ask a question about Deposition, Diagenesis, And Dolomitization Of Neogene Seroe Domi Formation Coral Reef Limestones On Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on s: 0.
Dolomite, CaCO 3 MgCO 3, is a common mineral, usually found with limestone (CaCO 3).The rock, consisting principally of the mineral dolomite, is also called dolomite; more recently it has come to be called process of the formation of the mineral and rock is referred to as dolomitization.
The early diagenetic process will dolomitize all existing soft limestone sediment to a certain depth. These are, in general, pure dolomite rock without undolomitized remains, relics of limestone and contain small dolomite crystals, typically.
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and rhombic dolomite, peloids dissolution, partial dolomitization, and incipient stylolitization. Diagenetic processes during tectonic compression of the foreland basin in Late Cretaceous and Cited by: 4. Dolomitization is a geological process by which the carbonate mineral dolomite is formed when magnesium ions replace calcium ions in another carbonate mineral, is common for this mineral alteration into dolomite to take place due to evaporation of water in the sabkha area.
Dolomitization involves substantial amount of recrystallization. This process is described by the. This volume presents a collection of these papers with a commentary. The emphasis of the book is on the diagenesis of shallow-marine carbonate sediments and the editors have chosen 12 papers which are reproduced in full.
To widen the scope of this volume the abstracts for another 16 papers are presented.A survey of multi-stage diagenesis and dolomitization of Jurassic limestones along a regional shelf-to-basin transect in the Ziz Valley, Central High Atlas Mountains, Morocco Author links open overlay panel L.B.
Railsback E.C. Hood 1Cited by: In Dolomitization and Limestone Diagenesis. SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), Special Publication, 13, pp. 14– SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), Special Publication, 13.