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Published by Published jointly by SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) and American Association of Petroleum Geologists in Tulsa, OK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Permo-Carboniferous -- Congresses.,
  • Rocks, Carbonate -- Congresses.,
  • Carbonate reservoirs -- Congresses.,
  • Reefs -- Congresses.,
  • Bioherms -- Congresses.,
  • Sedimentation and deposition -- Congresses.,
  • Diagenesis -- Congresses.,
  • Petroleum -- Geology -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCarbonate platforms and reefs
    Statementedited by Wayne M. Ahr ... [et al.].
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesAAPG memoir -- 83, SEPM special publication -- 78, Special publication (SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)) -- no. 78.
    ContributionsAhr, Wayne M., SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), American Association of Petroleum Geologists., International Association of Sedimentologists.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE673.5 .P44 2003
    The Physical Object
    FormatVideorecording
    Pagination1 CD-ROM
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22237585M
    ISBN 101565760875
    LC Control Number2006295659

    Within the evolving Permo-Carboniferous 'landscape, ' a wide diversity of carbonate platforms and reefs flourished. They ranged in size from small mounds to mega-platforms, some of which are important mineral and petroleum reservoirs.   Summary The varied depositional settings in which carbonate accumulate have become better known largely through the exploration for more hydrocarbon reserves and their exploitation in the last 35 years. Though reefs and grainstone shoals have been cited as common hydrocarbon exploration targets and so have been more intensively examined, other carbonate facies from both basin and/or platform.

    Calcipatera cottonwoodensis colonized coarse carbonate sands or carbonate mud substrates. During growth, carbonate mud accumulated in the cup-shaped thalli, and death followed when the rate of sedimentation exceeded the rate of algal growth. The three lithologies--substrate, cup-filling, and smothering--are easily recognized on polished surfaces. 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.

    Markus Aretz and Hans-Georg Herbig, Contribution of Rugose Corals to Late Viséan and Serpukhovian Bioconstructions in the Montagne Noire (Southern France), Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs, /pec, (), ().Cited by: Carbonate platforms within this rift system develop from the Miocene through to the present day. The platforms occur in three main shallow-marine sites; on top of rotating and subsiding fault-blocks, on top of rising and subsiding salt diapirs and on top of coarse grained fan-deltas (Fig. ).Examples are found along the present-day shelves and in the Miocene to Pliocene outcrops along the.


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Permo-Carboniferous carbonate platforms and reefs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs [Wayne M. Ahr, Paul M. Harris, William A. Morgan, Ian D. Somerville] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Stemming from presentations given at the SEPM- and IAS-sponsored research conference held in May It is the diversity which Permo-Carboniferous rocks offer that has led to their intensive study by researchers from industry and academia around the globe.

This book stems mostly from presentations given at the SEPM- and IAS-sponsored research conference Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs, held Mayin El Paso, Texas. Abstract. Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs-Department Of Geology, University Of Kansas, Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence, KansasU.S.A.

This volume provides new material and global insight into Permo-Carboniferous geology. Within the evolving Permo-Carboniferous 'landscape,' a wide diversity of carbonate platforms and reefs flourished.

They ranged in size from small mounds to mega-platforms, some of which are important mineral and petroleum reservoirs. Permo-Carboniferous carbonate platforms and reefs by Wayne M.

Ahr. Published by Published jointly by SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) and American Association of Petroleum Geologists in Tulsa, OK.

Written in English. "This book stems mostly from presentations given at the SEPM- and IAS-sponsored research conference Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs, held May, in El Paso, Texas"--Page [3]. Description: pages: illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 29 cm.

Contents. The phylloid algal genera Eugonophyllum and Archaeolithophyllum are common constituents of Virgilian and Wolfcampian reef limestones in the Hueco Mountains of Texas.

These algae form bioherms and biostromes and are volumetrically important contributors to both the reef and offreef sediment budget. Reefs constructed by phylloid algae have long been considered as ecologically simple. This field guide was originally put together for the SEPM Research Conference on Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs in (SEPM SP 78 contains the research papers from the conference) and was only distributed to those attending the conference.

"Late Mississippian (Late Meramecian-Chesterian), Glacio-Eustatic Sequence Development on an Active Distal Foreland Ramp, Kentucky, U.S.A.", Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs, Wayne M.

Ahr, Paul M. (Mitch) Harris, William A. Morgan, Ian D. Somerville. Within the evolving Permo-Carboniferous "landscape," a wide diversity of carbonate platforms and reefs flourished. They ranged in size from small mounds to mega-platforms, some of which are important mineral and petroleum reservoirs.

PERMO-CARBONIFEROUS CARBONATE PLATFORMS AND REEFS Edited by: WAYNE M. AHR Department of Geology and Geophysics, Texas A&M University.

It also emphasizes an Upper Permian (Guadalupian) steep-rimmed platform of the Guadalupe Mountains. This successful three-day trip stemmed for a joint SEPM/IAS Research Conference entitled Permo- Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs based in El Paso, Texas.

This IAS Special Publication #27 contains 17 of the papers presented at the IAS International Workshop on Reefs and Carbonate platforms in the Pacific and Indian oceans held in Sydney (July ). This is the first book to summarize the current state of knowledge about reefs and carbonate platforms in these oceans, where there is a great.

Lars Stemmerik, "Controls on Localization and Morphology of Moscovian (Late Carboniferous) Carbonate Buildups, Southern Amdrup Land, North Greenland", Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs, Wayne M.

Ahr, Paul M. (Mitch) Harris, William A. Morgan, Ian D. Somerville. Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs Edited By: Wayne M. Ahr, Paul M.

(Mitch) Harris, William A. Morgan, and Ian D. Somerville Global geologic changes with magnitudes and rates among the Carboniferous reefs and mounds, including the well-known.

Stemming from presentations given at the SEPM- and IAS-sponsored research conference held in Maythis volume provides new material and global insight into Permo-Carboniferous geology. Within the evolving Permo-Carboniferous "landscape," a wide diversity of carbonate platforms and reefs flourished. They ranged in size from small mounds to mega-platforms, some of which are important.

Rather than force carbonate platforms into the straightacket of a concept derived from another sediment family, this course takes a different tack. It starts out from the premise that sequence stratigraphy is a modern and sophisticated version of lithostratigraphy and as such is a sedimentologic by: Reefs have developed on Earth for over billion years, and a tremendous diversity of communities of skeletal and nonskeletal metazoans, plants, algae, and microbes as well as inorganic calcium carbonate precipitation processes have contributed to their formation during this time.

Late Paleozoic carbonate platforms were influenced by a drastic change in climate from icehouse to greenhouse. The Permo-Carboniferous glaciation had a very asymmetrical character with large ice masses in the southern hemisphere owing to a concentration of Cited by: Permo-Carboniferous carbonate platforms and reefs—Introduction and summary of articles WAYNE M.

AHR, PAUL M. (MITCH) HARRIS, WILLIAM A. MORGAN, AND IAN D. SOMERVILLE. Platform Architecture and Sequence Stratigraphy. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "[Emphasizes] the stratigraphic framework, facies, and diagenesis of a Lower Permian (Wolfcampian) low-relief carbonate platform outcropping in the Hueco Mountains and an Upper Permian (Guadalupian) steep-rimmed platform of the Guadalupe Mountains"--Page 1.2.

Carbonate Production and CO 2 Rise [5] Benthic biota produce most carbonate in tropical‐subtropical (warm‐water) reefs and on platforms [Milliman, ; Milliman and Droxler, ].Those intervals during the deglaciation when reefs and platforms were situated in the highly productive 0–10 m depth for a prolonged time, are likely to show the strongest impact on CO 2 emission.Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs, Society for Economic Palaeontologists and Mineralogists Special Publicat and American Association of .