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Platform margin and deep water carbonates

Harry E. Cook

Platform margin and deep water carbonates

lecture notes for short course no. 12

by Harry E. Cook

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Published by The Society in Tulsa, Okla .
Written in English

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  • Rocks, Carbonate -- Congresses.

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    Statementsponsored by the Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists ; [by] Harry E. Cook, Albert C. Hine, Henry T. Mullins.
    SeriesSEPM short course -- no. 12., Short course (Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists) -- 12.
    ContributionsHine, Albert C., Mullins, Henry T., Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination573 p. :
    Number of Pages573
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14246264M

    o burial diagenetic sequence in deep-water allochthonous dolomites, permian bone spring formation, southeast new mexico by w. d. wiggins and p. m. harris o allochthonous carbonates of the getaway limestone, upper permian of the delaware basin by p. m. harris and w. d. wiggins mesozoic examples o upper jurassic and lower cretaceous deep.   WILLIAM PRECHT BOOK-REVIEW EDITOR lithology and subsequent diagenetic overprinting. The final SEPM SPECIAL PUBLICATION #70 - SUBSURFACE paper in the volume by Eberli et al. calibrates the seismic GEOLOGY OF A PROGRADING CARBONATE sequence stratigraphy of the profiles with the cores and logs PLATFORM MARGIN, GREAT BAHAMA BANK: from this .

    The open‐ocean carbonate slope north of Little Bahama Bank consists of a relatively steep (4°) upper slope between water depths of and m, and a more gentle (1–2°) lower slope between depths of and + m. The upper slope is dissected by numerous, small, submarine canyons (50– m in relief) that act as a line source for the downslope transport of coarse‐grained Cited by: RI Wolfberry (Wolfcampian-Leonardian) Deep-Water Depositional Systems in the Midland Basin: Stratigraphy, Lithofacies, Reservoirs, and Source Rocks, by H. S. Hamlin and R. W. Baumgardner Jr.. 61 p., 38 figs., 4 plates, 1 appendix, Print. To purchase this publication as a downloadable PDF, please order RID. To purchase this publication on CD-ROM, see RICD.

    All of these promote the formation of carbonates in shallow tropical marine environments. Thus, carbonates form in water that is not deep to begin with, and carbonate environments tend to shoal upward toward the surface, forming carbonate platforms. Thus, carbonate sediment tends to be autochthonous - forms where it is deposited. Carbonate. Subject: Carbonates, Deepwater Series: Short Course The increased need to find new energy resources in deep marine frontier environments has clearly intensified the importance and interest in deep water carbonate settings and how these settings interrelate to adjacent shoal water platform margins.


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Platform Margin and Deep Water Carbonates the importance and interest in deep water carbonate settings and how these settings interrelate to adjacent shoal water platform margins. The purpose of this short course is to improve Platform margin and deep water carbonates book and ideas related to petroleum and mineral exploration in platform margin and deeper water carbonate.

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Get this from a library. Platform margin and deep water carbonates. [Harry E Cook; Albert C Hine; Henry T Mullins; Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.]. Henry T. Mullins, "Modern Carbonate Slopes and Basins of the Bahamas", Platform Margin and Deep Water Carbonates, Harry E.

Cook, Albert C. Hine, Henry T. Mullins. Platform Margin and Deep Water Carbonates (Sepm Short Course Notes, No 12) by Harry E. Cook ISBN Author: Harry E. Cook. Carbonates deposited at margin between shallow-water platform and deeper water basin Proximal carbonate turbidites are characterized by the lower part of the Bouma graded bed sequence and massive wackestones in which a lime mud matrix supports the grains.

If the water depth is within the carbonate production window at the point that sea level intersects the slope, then the growth rate of platform carbonates will exceed accommodation space generation and a lowstand prograding complex (LSPC, also termed a shelf-margin wedge, or SMW) will be developed (Fig.

The inclinations of carbonate. Deep water, resedimented deposits have been recognized and described in modern and ancient carbonate sequences, many with sub-surface examples of resedimented carbonates, has highlighted that downslope resedimentation of carbonate material is in large part controlled by the evolution of the parent platform margin, which in turn is best.

A carbonate platform is a sedimentary body which possesses topographic relief, and is composed of autochthonic calcareous deposits. Platform growth is mediated by sessile organisms whose skeletons build up the reef or by organisms (usually microbes) which induce carbonate precipitation through their ore, carbonate platforms can not grow up everywhere: they are not present in.

Phase 3, Wide Low-Energy Platform is an onlap package of muddy fossiliferous subtidal and peritidal carbonates arranged in the form of two unconformity-bounded megacycles.

The adjacent deep-water slope was a narrow belt of debris flows and wide carbonate-shale apron, deposited in the lower part of an oxygen minimum zone.

The uppermost slope strata and platform margin have a dissected karst topography that is difficult to traverse in the eastern part of the margin except along streams that cross the platform margin. Platform margin and deep water carbonates (Sepm Short Course Notes) by Harry E Cook | 1 Jan Unknown Binding Currently unavailable.

Paperback Narrow Margins - a laugh-out-loud book about life on the waterways (Narrow Boat 1) by Marie Browne out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. @article{osti_, title = {Stuart City Trend, Lower Cretaceous, South Texas: a carbonate shelf-margin model for hydrocarbon exploration}, author = {Bebout, D.G.

and Loucks, R.G.}, abstractNote = {Lower Cretaceous shallow-water carbonates accumulated on a broad shelf which completely encircled the Gulf of Mexico. Biogenic growth climaxed along the basinward edge, or shelf margin, where a.

The Apulia Carbonate Platform in Apulia, Italy was a major palaeogeographic element of the southern margin of the Mesozoic Tethys is one of the so-called peri-Adriatic platforms, which are comparable to the Bahama Banks in their carbonate facies, shape, size, and subsidence rate and, also, in the internal Apulia Platform, which is part of the stable and relatively.

The Apulia carbonate platform margin and slope, Late Jurassic to Eocene of the Maiella and Gargano Promontory: physical stratigraphy and architecture Book January with Reads How we. complexes on carbonate platform margin in the western deep water area in the South China Sea were studied in detail.

The result shows that fault controlling margin and ramp margin are the main platform margin types in the western deep water area in the South China Sea during the Miocene Sanya to Meishan Formation, which directly. The sequence stratigraphic model for cool water carbonates parallels the standard Vail model with a deep-water rounded shelf margin, a wide ramp-like shelf, and a system dominated by bioclastic sands.

During a sea-level lowstand, the shelf is exposed, eroded, and cemented, while a. Oceanography Water temperature and circulation, light penetration, oxygenation, and salinity have a direct and paramount bearing on carbonate production (James and Kendall, ). carbonate production decreases sharply below 60 meters of water depth due to lack of the necessary light for carbonate fossils photosynthesis.

carbonate production is greatest in the upper 10 meter of. Guide Book for Field Excursion Devonian-Carboniferous Carbonates around Guilin, Formation is characterized by the internating of laminated microbialites and deep-water carbonates, and ranges mainly within the upper Givetian.

(mainly Frasnian) is chiefly composed of gravity-flow deposits at the platform margin and pelagic limestones (e.g File Size: 2MB. We reviewed the tectonostratigraphic evolution of the Jurassic–Cenozoic collision between the North American and the Caribbean plate using more t km (18, mi) of regional two-dimensional (2-D) academic seismic lines and Deep Sea Drilling Project wells of Leg.

Leary D.A., Feeley M.H. () Seismic Expression and Sedimentologic Characteristics of a Permian (Wolfcampian) Carbonate Submarine Fan, Midland Basin, West Texas. In: Weimer P., Link M.H. (eds) Seismic Facies and Sedimentary Processes of Submarine Fans and Turbidite Systems.

Frontiers in Sedimentary Geology. Springer, New York, NYCited by: 4.The Calloviane-Oxfordian carbonates in the northeastern Amu Darya Basin of southeastern Turkmenistan are composed of medium- to thick-bedded, mostly grainy limestones with various skeletal (bivalves, brachiopods, echinoderms, foraminifera, corals, and sponge) and non-skeletal grains (intraclasts, ooids and peloids).

Two facies zones, six standard facies belts and some microfacies types were Cited by: 1. Messing, C.G., Neumann, A.C., Lang, J.C. (): Biozonation of deep-water lithoherms and associated hardgrounds in the northeastern Straits of Florida. – Palaios, 5, Google Scholar Mullins, H.T.

(): Modern deep-water coral mounds north of Little Bahama Bank: criteria for recognition of deepwater coral bioherms in the rock by: 2.