Carbonate microfabrics

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Carbonate minerals.,
  • Diagenesis.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementR. Rezak, D.L. Lavoie, editors.
SeriesFrontiers in sedimentary geology
ContributionsRezak, Richard, 1920-, Lavoie, D. L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE389.61 .C37 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 313 p. :
Number of Pages313
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1395897M
ISBN 100387940359, 3540940359
LC Control Number93003272

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Carbonate Microfabrics is the first attempt to bring together in one reference the application of microfabric analysis to the solution of problems in the fields of geology, geophysics and geotechnique. This book, the result of a symposium and workshop on carbonate microfabrics, explores the relationship of microfabrics to fundamental properties and processes in carbonates.

Carbonate Microfabrics is the first attempt to bring together in one reference the application of microfabric analysis to the solution of problems in the fields of geology, geophysics and geotechnique. This book, the result of a symposium and workshop on carbonate microfabrics, explores the relationship of microfabrics to fundamental properties and processes in carbonates.

This book, the result of a symposium and workshop on carbonate microfabrics, explores the relationship of microfabrics to fundamental properties and processes in carbonates. Carbonate Microfabrics will be of particular interest to geologists and is intended to be of general interest to researchers in such related fields as geochemistry.

Keynote Address. Microfabrics in Carbonate Diagenesis: A Critical Look at Forty Years in Research / Robin G.C. Bathurst --pt. Recent Shallow-Water Carbonates --Overview / Dawn L. Lavoie. Carbonate Microfabrics Related to Subaerial Exposure and Paleosol Formation / Roger J.

Bain and Annabelle M. Foos. Effects Of Submarine Cementation on Microfabrics and Physical Properties Of Carbonate Slope Deposits, Northern Bahamas Jude Wilber Cold-seep Carbonates Of the Louisiana Continental Slope-to-Basin Floor A M.

Walsh Habit Of precipitates Of Calcium Carbonate: Examples from Laboratory Experiments and Recent Chris S. Summary. Subaerial diagenesis produces microfabrics within carbonates that can be used for recognition of ancient subaerially exposed deposits.

Porous, permeable, dune and beach sands display pronounced development of subaerial microfabric features. Carbonate mud is the equivalent of clay in terrigenous rocks and can form pure deposits (variously termed micrites, carbonate mudstones, lime mudstones, or calcimudstones on the carbonate side, and claystones or shales on the clastic terrigenous side).

Carbonate Microfabrics: This book is designed to help deal with such challenges. It includes a wide variety of examples of commonly encountered skeletal and nonskeletal grains, cements, fabrics, and porosity types.

It includes extensive new tables of age distributions, mineralogy, morphologic characteristics, environmental implications and. Nonetheless, carbonate sediments proceed in a general way through the same diagenetic regimes as siliciclastic sediments.

That is, carbonate sediments go through early (shallow-burial), middle (deep-burial), and Carbonate microfabrics book late (uplift and unroofing) stages of diagenesis.

Differences in carbonate contents are relatively small as well (max. 3 wt.%). In the BLT samples a smaller size was considered for analysis resulting in pronounced differences owing the scale dependency published in NTB (NAGRA, ).

COX. Among the COX samples, COX-HFS-HC-1 has the highest carbonate content (45 wt.%, Table 2). On Joulters Cays, Bahamas, surface samples and cores from four channels provide information on trends of microfabrics that should be useful for interpretation of ancient oolites.

The percent ooids is maximum at the ebb-tidal delta and decreases both seaward and bankward where peloids and skeletal grains increase in abundance. Still in terms of a reconnaissance study of naturally deformed rocks, it is important to compare only dynamic steady state microfabrics formed simultaneously, i.e.

at the same deformation event. Although many parameters are known to affect carbonate microfabrics, little is known about their relative importance or potential coupling in nature.

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Lavoie | Characteristic microfabrics were correlated with isotopic assay of massive petrocalcic materials which may be diagnostic for identification. Although generally useful, isotopic analysis underestimates the pedogenic component in certain carbonate forms, including laminar caps.

Microbial carbonate microfabrics are heterogeneous. They commonly incorporate trapped particles and in situ algae and invertebrates, and crystals form around bacterial cells, but the main component is dense, clotted or peloidal micrite resulting from calcification of bacterial cells, sheaths and biofilm, and from phytoplankton‐stimulated.

Allochems: term introduced by Folk () for carbonate particles that have formed by chemical or biochemical precipitation. The main groupsare fossil fragments, ooids, pellets, intraclasts. Allochthonous: refers to carbonate particles that formed outside the basin of deposition (implies substantial transport).

The Carbonate Microfabrics Symposium and Workshop and the preparation of this book for publication were supported by the Naval Oceanographic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NOARL), Stennis Space Center, MS; the College of Geosciences, Texas A&M.

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silicified but they have relatively well-preserved microfabrics (Fig. 3A). In contrast, nonsilicified, pure carbonate samples have varying degrees of recrystallization and their primary microfabrics and textures are less well preserved (Fig.

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