4 edition of Marine clastic sedimentology found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by J.K. Leggett, G.G. Zuffa.|
|Contributions||Teale, C. Tarquin., Leggett, Jeremy K., Zuffa, G. G. 1943-|
|LC Classifications||GC380.15 .M37 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||87016787|
Clastic Sedimentary Rocks A clast is a fragment of rock or mineral, ranging in size from less than a micron  (too small to see) to as big as an apartment block. Various types of clasts are shown in Figure and in Exercise The smaller ones tend to be composed of a single mineral crystal, and the larger ones are typically composed of pieces of : Steven Earle. This core workshop on deep-water clastic sediments was organized to provide participants with an opportunity to view cores from a variety of deep water depositional settings and to demonstrate the application of process sedimentology in the interpretation of depositional environments from the study of cores and associated subsurface data.
Geologic unit mapped in Oregon: Fine- to medium-grained Marine siltstone and sandstone that commonly contains tuff beds. Includes the Astoria Formation, which is mostly micaceous and carbonaceous sandstone, and the middle Miocene Gnat Creek Formation of Niem and Niem (), which overlies Frenchmen Springs Member of the Wanapum Basalt east of Astoria. Marine geophysics, plate tectonics, magnetics, gravity, heat flow, seismic studies, paleogeographic reconstructions of Gondwana, the Polar Regions, East Asia, and the Western Pacific. #N#Robert G Loucks. Research in carbonate, sandstone, and mudrock stratigraphy, sedimentology, diagenesis, reservoir characterization, and pore network analysis.
Pattison, S.A.J., , Re-evaluating the sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of classic Book Cliffs outcrops at Tusher and Thompson canyons, eastern Utah, USA: applications to correlation, modelling, and prediction in similar nearshore terrestrial to shallow marine subsurface settings worldwide: Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. / CLASTIC PARTICLES: SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY AND SHAPE ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTARY AND VOLCANIC CLASTS, New York, , cl, pages, - 1 -, $ [Sections of book include: Sedimentary materials, volcanic materials from the geological record, products of active volcanoes, laboratory simulations, shape analysis, shape and texture].
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Clastic Sedimentology And Petrography-quiz 1- Jan /5. Elsevier's Developments in Sedimentology book series is designed to provide a comprehensive source of detailed information on all aspects of series encompasses research into sediments and sedimentary rocks. Topics include analytical techniques to regional or geodynamical aspects of sedimentary systems and basin analysis; subsurface analysis of sedimentary sequences.
This fully revised and updated edition introduces the reader to sedimentology and stratigraphic principles, and provides tools for the interpretation of sediments and sedimentary rocks. The processes of formation, transport and deposition of sediment are considered and then applied to develop conceptual models for the full range of sedimentary environments, from deserts to deep seas and Author: Gary Nichols.
Clastic sedimentology is the branch of geology that studies sediment and sedimentary rocks that are made up of particles that are the solid products of weathering at or near the Earth’s surface.
Thus, clastic sedimentology is concerned with gravel, sand and mud and the rocks that form by the induration (formation into rocks) of theseFile Size: 26KB. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: 1 Comparing examples of modern and ancient turbidite systems: problems and concepts Unravelling hinterland and offshore palaeogeography from deep-water arenites An example of the use of detrital episodes in elucidating complex basin.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Comparing examples of modern and ancient turbidite systems: problems and concepts / E. Mutti and W.R. Normark --Unravelling hinterland and offshore palaeogeographty from deep-water arenites / G.G.
Zuffa --An example of the use of detrital episodes in elucidating complex basin. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Peter Townsend Harris. Clastic rocks are composed of fragments, or clasts, of pre-existing minerals and rock.
A clast is a fragment of geological detritus, chunks and smaller grains of rock broken off other rocks by physical weathering. Geologists use the term clastic with reference to sedimentary rocks as well as to particles in sediment transport whether in suspension or as bed load, and in sediment deposits.
Allard W. Martinius works for Statoil R&D with additional experience from technical service (production and exploration) as well as field development. His main interests are in clastic sedimentology and stratigraphy of fluvial and shallow marine systems, fauna-substrate relationships, and static and dynamic reservoir characterization for hydrocarbon production.
Sedimentology and depositional environments of the Lower Permian Yeso Formation, northwestern New Mexico: a multidisciplinary approach to research studies of sedimentary rocks and their constituents and the evolution of sedimentary basins, both ancient and modern / by John D.
Stanesco. by: 1. The approach is distinctive since the book deals with the significant contributions made by individuals to the development of the subject from Steno in the 17th-century to the present day. As a library reference work, The Evolution of Clastic Sedimentology is lavishly illustrated with examples of the authors' research and includes portraits of.
Andy’s primary interests are clastic sedimentology and stratigraphy. He has consulted in South America, USA, Europe and Africa. Andy’s portfolio of geoscience training classes now number eleven schools and include deepwater clastics, marginal marine and deltas, play fairway analysis and exploration prospecting and petroleum systems.
Re-evaluating the sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of classic Book Cliffs outcrops at Tusher and Thompson canyons, eastern Utah, USA: Applications to correlation, modelling, and prediction in similar nearshore terrestrial to shallow marine subsurface settings worldwideCited by: 5.
Sedimentology *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. This chapter provides an overview of deep-sea sedimentology.
The sediments in the deep-sea comprise of: (1) clastic particles derived from eroded rocks and sediments outcropping either on the emerged continents or previously deposited in a marine environment; (2) particles formed by volcanic eruptions; (3) particles formed by living organisms; and (4) particles formed by chemical precipitation Cited by: Clastic Sedimentology.
Course overview. The course provides a detailed look at clastic rocks and the sediments that make up these rocks, and examines concepts and .The international leader in its field, Sedimentology publishes ground-breaking research from across the spectrum of sedimentology, sedimentary geology and sedimentary geochemistry.
River‐dominated and tide‐influenced shelf‐edge delta systems: Coarse‐grained deltas straddling the Early–Middle Jurassic shelf–slope break and.