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Siliciclastic diagenesis and fluid flow : concepts and applications, edited by Laura J. Crossey and Matthew W. Totten

Label
Siliciclastic diagenesis and fluid flow : concepts and applications
Title
Siliciclastic diagenesis and fluid flow
Title remainder
concepts and applications
Statement of responsibility
edited by Laura J. Crossey and Matthew W. Totten
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OUN
Dewey number
552/.03
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QE571
LC item number
.S48 1996
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Crossey, Laura J
  • Totten, Matthew W
Series statement
Special publication
Series volume
no. 55
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Diagenesis
  • Fluid dynamics
  • Sediments (Geology)
  • Siliceous rocks
  • Diagenèse
  • Fluide, dynamique des
  • Sédiments (géologie)
  • Roches siliciclastiques
  • Siliziklastisches Gestein
  • Diagenese
  • Flüssigkeit
Label
Siliciclastic diagenesis and fluid flow : concepts and applications, edited by Laura J. Crossey and Matthew W. Totten
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cation geothermometry and the effect of organic-inorganic diagenetic reactions
  • Leta K. Smith, Thomas L. Dunn, and Ronald C. Surdam
  • Fluid-flow regimes and sandstone/shale diagenesis in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming
  • Ronald C. Surdam, Zun Sheng Jiao, and Peigui Yin
  • Relationship between organic matter and authigenic illite/smectite in devonian black shales, Michigan and Illinois Basins, USA
  • Victoria C. Hover, Donald R. Peacor, and Lynn M. Walter
  • Sources of silica from the illite to muscovite transformation during late-stage diagenesis of shales
  • Matthew W. Totten and Harvey Blatt
  • Diagenesis in layered fluids in the South Brae Oilfield, North Sea
  • Órla M. Mclaughlin, R. Stuart Haszeldine, and Anthony E. Fallick
  • Variations in chloride as a driving force in siliciclastic diagenesis
  • Early siderite cementation as a control on reservoir quality in submarine fan sandstones, Sonora Canyon Gas Play, Val Verde Basin, Texas
  • Shirley P. Dutton ... [et. al]
  • Quantifying compaction, pressure solution and quartz cementation in moderately- and deeply-buried quartzose sandstones from the Greater Green River Basin, Wyoming
  • W. Naylor Stone and Raymond Siever
  • Early diagenesis and paleosol features of ancient desert sediments : examples from the Permian Basin
  • Ariel Malicse and Jim Mazzullo
  • Organic and authigenic mineral geochemistry of the Permian Delaware Mountain Group, West Texas : implications for the chemical evolution of pore fluids
  • Phillip D. Hays, Suzette D. Walling, and Thomas T. Tieh
  • Origin and timing of carbonate cements in the St. Peter Sandstone, Illinois Basin : evidence for a genetic link to Mississippi Valley-type mineralization
  • Janet K. Pitman and Christoph Spötl
  • Jeffrey S. Hanor
  • Production-induced diagenesis during thermal heavy oil recovery : grain size as a predictor of reservoir alteration
  • Mary L. Barrett and Richard W. Mathias
  • Depositional control on carbonate cement in the San Joaquin Basin, California
  • Yong Il Lee and James R. Boles
  • Diagenesis in a cyclic, regressive siliciclastic sequence : the Point Lookout Sandstone, San Juan Basin, Colorado
  • Jennifer L. Loomis and Laura J. Crossey
  • Association of allochthonous waters and reservoir enhancement in deeply buried miocene sandstones : Picaroon Field, Corsair Trend, Offshore Texas
  • Thomas R. Taylor, and Lynton S. Land
Control code
35738473
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
222 pages
Isbn
9781565760325
Lccn
97173758
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations(some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)35738473
Label
Siliciclastic diagenesis and fluid flow : concepts and applications, edited by Laura J. Crossey and Matthew W. Totten
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cation geothermometry and the effect of organic-inorganic diagenetic reactions
  • Leta K. Smith, Thomas L. Dunn, and Ronald C. Surdam
  • Fluid-flow regimes and sandstone/shale diagenesis in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming
  • Ronald C. Surdam, Zun Sheng Jiao, and Peigui Yin
  • Relationship between organic matter and authigenic illite/smectite in devonian black shales, Michigan and Illinois Basins, USA
  • Victoria C. Hover, Donald R. Peacor, and Lynn M. Walter
  • Sources of silica from the illite to muscovite transformation during late-stage diagenesis of shales
  • Matthew W. Totten and Harvey Blatt
  • Diagenesis in layered fluids in the South Brae Oilfield, North Sea
  • Órla M. Mclaughlin, R. Stuart Haszeldine, and Anthony E. Fallick
  • Variations in chloride as a driving force in siliciclastic diagenesis
  • Early siderite cementation as a control on reservoir quality in submarine fan sandstones, Sonora Canyon Gas Play, Val Verde Basin, Texas
  • Shirley P. Dutton ... [et. al]
  • Quantifying compaction, pressure solution and quartz cementation in moderately- and deeply-buried quartzose sandstones from the Greater Green River Basin, Wyoming
  • W. Naylor Stone and Raymond Siever
  • Early diagenesis and paleosol features of ancient desert sediments : examples from the Permian Basin
  • Ariel Malicse and Jim Mazzullo
  • Organic and authigenic mineral geochemistry of the Permian Delaware Mountain Group, West Texas : implications for the chemical evolution of pore fluids
  • Phillip D. Hays, Suzette D. Walling, and Thomas T. Tieh
  • Origin and timing of carbonate cements in the St. Peter Sandstone, Illinois Basin : evidence for a genetic link to Mississippi Valley-type mineralization
  • Janet K. Pitman and Christoph Spötl
  • Jeffrey S. Hanor
  • Production-induced diagenesis during thermal heavy oil recovery : grain size as a predictor of reservoir alteration
  • Mary L. Barrett and Richard W. Mathias
  • Depositional control on carbonate cement in the San Joaquin Basin, California
  • Yong Il Lee and James R. Boles
  • Diagenesis in a cyclic, regressive siliciclastic sequence : the Point Lookout Sandstone, San Juan Basin, Colorado
  • Jennifer L. Loomis and Laura J. Crossey
  • Association of allochthonous waters and reservoir enhancement in deeply buried miocene sandstones : Picaroon Field, Corsair Trend, Offshore Texas
  • Thomas R. Taylor, and Lynton S. Land
Control code
35738473
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
222 pages
Isbn
9781565760325
Lccn
97173758
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations(some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)35738473

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