Bibliography: p. 16-17.
|Statement||by John H. Mossler.|
|Series||State of Kansas Geological Survey. Bulletin 206, pt. 1, University of Kansas publications, Bulletin (Kansas Geological Survey) ;, 206, pt. 1.|
|LC Classifications||QE113 .A2 no. 206 pt. 1, QE673 .A2 no. 206 pt. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||74620563|
Carbonate rocks (limestones and dolomites) constitute a major part of the geological column and contain not only 60% of the world's known hydrocarbons but also host extensive mineral deposits. This book represents the first major review of carbonate sedimentology since the mid 's. It is aimed at the advanced undergraduate - postgraduate level and will also be of major interest to 5/5(1). Swope Limestone (K-Zone) in central and southwestern Kansas, the role of core in understanding reservoir development and mechanisms responsible for cyclic sedimentation. by W. Lynn Watney Kansas Geological Survey An Acrobat PDF file containing the complete paper is available ( MB). Introduction. Nine facies comprise the Swope and Dennis Formations of Missouri and Iowa. These include five varieties of biomicrites and one each of micrite, biosparite, biolithite, and oolitic-intraclast facies. The majority of carbonates are calcitic, and recrystallization to coarse mosaic is by: Swope Limestone. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Swope Formation Stratigraphic range: Carboniferous; Type: Formation: Location; Region: Missouri: Country: United States: The Swope Formation is a geologic formation in Missouri. It preserves fossils dating back to the Carboniferous period. See also List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in.
Collectively studies have shown that carbonate facies are commonly the product of processes that are active in their depositional setting. Water depth, winds, waves, currents, temperature, water chemistry, and biologic action all affect the character of the carbonate formed. Diagenesis, which also plays a major role in forming and modifying the facies that are found in the subsurface, are. porous, oil/gas-charged carbonate reservoir. This poor veloc-ity contrast between reservoir and sealing facies leads to the common problem of accurately delineating the economic reservoir limits or trap definition. Details on the current state-of-the-art seismic expression of carbonate reservoirs can be found in Carbonate Seismology(SEG, ). Many interesting limestone features can be found within limestone caves. Some common ones are stalactites, stalagmites and pillars. Stalactites:Water dripping from the ceiling of a cave contains dissolved calcium of this calcium carbonate may be deposited on the ceiling of the cave. Over time the deposition of calcium carbonate will form an elongated feature which hangs down. The Kais reefal carbonate reservoirs in the eastern Walio field were divided into seven shallowing-upward cycles, which were correlated with sequence boundaries of a third-order or a higher order cycle. The cycles consist of the fore-reef facies in the eastern edge of the area and the back-reef facies in the central and western parts.
The journal Facies presents papers dealing with the interpretation of ancient and modern biotopes and carbonate depositional environments by means of facies analysis in its broadest sense. Once the central part of research in hydrocarbon exploration, facies analysis integrates modern and ancient biogeological processes of a changing earth. 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. There is a set of lacustrine facies carbonate rocks 60m in thickness in the lower part of 1st Member of Eogene Shahejie Formation in the Huanghua depression. This book is part of the International Association of Sedimentologists (IAS) Special Publications. The Special Publications from the IAS are a set of thematic volumes edited by specialists on subjects of central interest to sedimentologists. Papers are reviewed and printed to the same high standards as those published in the journal Sedimentology and several of these volumes have .