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Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and Other Organic Rich Units

Robert E. Garrison

Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and Other Organic Rich Units

by Robert E. Garrison

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Published by Soc Economic Paleontologists .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL12114306M
    ISBN 10187886131X
    ISBN 109781878861313

    Authigenic dolomites commonly occur in organic-rich, continental margin marine sediments. These dolomites play a key role in the age dating of stratigraphic sections. The dolomites often are the only lithology amenable to paleomagnetic stratigraphy; they preserve siliceous microfossils against diagenetic; recrystallization, and provide useful strontium isotopic stratigraphic ages. Field Guide to the Monterey Formation between Santa Barbara and Gaviota, California, Pages Phosphates and Dolomites in Coastal Upwelling Sediments of the Peru Margin and the Monterey Formation (Naples Beach Section), California. Robert E. Garrison, Bryce W. Hoppie, Kurt A. Grimm. AbstractCited by:

    We’re collecting information on publications that have featured marine sediment samples collected by MARSSAM. As the OSU coring facility has existed for 30+ years and recovered thousands of cores over dozens of expeditions, this is a daunting task! If you have worked with our group, or on samples we collected, please bring our attention to [ ]. The Lower Cretaceous Bucomazi source rock, the major contributor to the oil produced in offshore Cabinda, contains four units rich in type I kerogens: the lower Bucomazi and time-equivalent Erva Formation, the middle (“organic”) Bucomazi, and the upper Bucomazi. These units together average a high SPI of 33 tons HC/m 2 rock. Oils generated.

    Dolomite (/ ˈ d ɒ l ə m aɪ t /) is an anhydrous carbonate mineral composed of calcium magnesium carbonate, ideally CaMg(CO 3) 2. The term is also used for a sedimentary carbonate rock composed mostly of the mineral dolomite. An alternative name sometimes used for the dolomitic rock type is ry: Carbonate minerals. Start studying PNGE geology HW 8 T1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.


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Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and Other Organic Rich Units by Robert E. Garrison Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gulf of california and messinian tripoli formation of sicily k. kelts andj. mckenzie 19 dolomites in organic-rich muds of the peru forearc basin: analogue to the monterey formation.

laverne d. kulm, erwin suess and todd m. thornburg 29 diagenetic aspects, sandholdt member, miocene monterey formation. Get this from a library. Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and other organic-rich units: April[Robert E Garrison; Miriam Kastner; Donald H Zenger; Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.

Pacific Section.;]. Citation: Garrison, RE, Kastner M, Zenger DH. Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and other organic-rich units. Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.: Pacific. Dolomites of the Monterey formation and other organic-rich units / edited by Robert E.

Garrison, Miriam Kastner, Donald H. Zenger. - Version details - Trove Please enable JavaScript in your browser to get the full Trove experience. Please enable cookies in your browser to get the full Trove experience.

The AAPG/Datapages Combined Publications Database Pacific Section SEPM. Abstract View the First Page. A text abstract of this article is not by: 7. Garrison, R.E., Kastner, M. & Zenger, D.H. (eds) Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and Other Organic-Rich Units (Soc. Econ. Paleontol.

Mineral., Pac. Sect. Spec. Baker and Burns () suggest that most of the pelagic dolomites formed within a few tens of meters below the seafloor within the zone of microbial sulfate reduction.

According to Füchtbauer and Richter (), dolomite can form in the deep-sea at a minimum temperature of 10°C. The factors controlling the formation of dolomite in organic-rich sediments: Miocene Drakes Bay formation, California.

In Sedimentology and Geochemistry of Dolostones. Spec. The dolomite problem: Stable and radiogenic isotope clues. Authors; Authors and affiliations Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and other organic-rich units. Pacific Soc.

Econ. Paleontol. and Mineral., p. Google Scholar. Hazma M. and Land L.S. () The dolomite problem: Stable and radiogenic isotope clues.

In: Clauer N Cited by:   There are impressive stratigraphic, paleontologic and petrologic similarities, including dolomitization patterns, among the coeval Upper Ordovician Steamboat Point Member of the Bighorn Dolomite in northwest Wyoming, the burrowed member of the “C” zone of the Red River Formation in east-central Montana, and the lower Upham Dolomite of the Montoya Cited by: This course uses the Monterey Formation as a natural laboratory to understand the origin, distribution and physical properties of biogenic, organic-rich mudrocks as well as the relationship between mechanical stratigraphy and fracture distribution in layered rocks.

The lateral extent of the dolomite layers is unknown, since only broken pieces were recovered by advanced piston coring. From the study of outcrops of organic carbon-rich ocean margin sediments, such as the Miocene Monterey formation, however it is observed that such layers may extend laterally over hundreds of by: organic-rich pelagic-hemipelagic unit, the rhythmically authigenic dolomites/dolostones and Among all the exposed sedimentary units of Neogene age, the Monterey Formation is.

A comparison of anoxic dolomite from deep-sea sediments: Quaternary Gulf of California and Messinian Tripoli Formation of Sicily.

In: Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and other organic-rich Cited by: 4. Dolomites of the Monterey formation and other organic-rich units / edited by Robert E.

Garrison, Miriam Kastner, Donald H. Zenger Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Pacific Section San Diego, Calif.) ( [. Great deals on Geology Science Antiquarian & Collectible Books.

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The recrystallization of dolomite was investigated experimentally from 50° to °C for durations up to approximately one year. A synthetic, mixed Ca Mg carbonate ( mol% MgCO 3 and with no observable ordering reflections on X-ray diffraction patterns) was recrystallized in solutions with ionic strengths similar to seawater in two sets of time series by: of porosity for the porcelanites, dolomites and shales from the Monterey formation.

The porcelanites and the shales lie on the same trend with porosity. However, the dolomitic rocks show slightly higher velocities. Corresponding to the velocities, NMR T2 relaxation data (Figure 5) show two distinct types of.

Field exposures of chert spheroids in the Monterey Formation. (A) to (D) are opal-CT chert spheroids in opal-A diatomite, Grefco or Celite quarries, Lompoc, : Richard Behl. Book reviews Book reviews Book review in this article Iron‐Formation: Facts and Problems, by A.

Trendall and R. Morris. Palaeomagnetism—Principles and Applications in Geology, Geophysics and Archaeology, by D. Tarling. Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and other Organic‐rich Units, ed. by R. Garrison, M. Kastner and.

their present size. The mechanism of formation was postulated to be similar to that documented by Swart & Melim () for dolomites forming off the margin of Great Bahama Bank and pro-posed for dolomitization in fine grained sedi-mentary sequences such as the Monterey Formation in California (Baker & Burns, ; Compton & Siever, ).Cited by: 7.Most widely held works about Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Dolomites of the Monterey Formation and other organic-rich units: [Field Conference] Septemberby Ashland, Ore.) Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.

Pacific Section. Field Conference (Sept. assessment unit derives from the Tejon depocenter, although thermally mature, organic-rich shale of the Monterey Forma-tion in the Buttonwillow depocenter may also have contributed oil and gas to the AU (fig.

). Pre-Monterey Formation organic-carbon-rich shales such as those of the Kreyenhagen Formation could also serve asFile Size: 1MB.