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Platform carbonates in the southern midcontinent, symposium (Oklahoma City : 1996) / editor Kenneth S. Johnson.

Platform carbonates in the southern midcontinent, symposium (Oklahoma City : 1996) / editor Kenneth S. Johnson.

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Published by University of Oklahoma in Norman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology - Oklahoma - Conference proceedings,
  • Rocks, Carbonate

  • Edition Notes

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    SeriesOklahoma. Geological Survey. Circular 101
    ContributionsJohnson, K.S.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination359 p.
    Number of Pages359
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22066734M

    @article{osti_, title = {Pore systems and reservoir quality in Mississippian carbonates and their relationship to hydrocarbon reservoirs in southern Saskatchewan}, author = {Kent, D.M. and Leibel, R.J. and Eriyagama, S.C.}, abstractNote = {Capillary-pressure mercury-injection analyses of the Mississippian rocks of S. Saskatchewan show that the geometry of present pore . In, Edwards aquifer: The Barton and San Marcos Springs area – A field trip guide book, American Institute of Hydrology Annual Conference, Austin, TX, p. Musgrove, M. and Banner, J.L., , Regional groundwater mixing and the origin of saline fluids – Midcontinent, United States. Science ,

    Bibliography of Oklahoma Hydrocarbon Source Rocks Brian J. Cardott Oklahoma Geological Survey General References Cardwell, A.L., , Petroleum source-rock potential of Arbuckle and Ellenburger Groups, southern Midcontinent, United States: Quarterly of the Colorado School of Mines, v. 72, no. 3, Size: 89KB. Hart Energy provides the complete coverage of the Midcontinent Shale Play, including infrastructure, key activities, emerging technologies and top operators.

    and southern Missouri, and to the Missouri and Mississippi rivers (2). Ground-water salinity in the Western Interior Plains aqui- fer system increases to the west and south- west. In the southern part of this system, ground-water flow is out of the Anadarko Basin, which is overpressured, to the north- east (5, 6). These three regional flow com-. The Geological Society of London is the UK's learned and professional body for Earth scientists, with o members worldwide. This website uses cookies You have disabled cookies which will render many features of the GSL website unusable.


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Platform carbonates in the southern midcontinent, symposium (Oklahoma City : 1996) / editor Kenneth S. Johnson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Platform carbonates in the southern midcontinent, symposium. Norman, Okla.: Oklahoma Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth S Johnson; United States.

Integrated analysis of reservoir petrofacies in platform carbonates of Kansas: Techniques and case studies Platform carbonates in the southern Midcontinent, symposium. The post-earliest Meramecian carbonates, therefore, resemble those of the warm-water Photozoan Association.

The prevalence of Heterozoan carbonates in the Illinois Basin correlates with a rapid increase in the rate of subsidence and a major second-order eustatic sea-level rise that resulted in deep-water starved basins at this time.

SEPM Carbonate Research Group Annual Meeting Report Date: Monday, June 8th,PM Location: Four Seasons Ballroom A, Houston, Texas The CRG Organizers. Kerans, C., and Janson, X.,Deeper water mud mounds and crinoidal turbidites—Mississippian Lake Valley Formation, Sacramento Mountains—analog for Cisco reservoir in SACROC and Cogdell, in Carbonate slopes—the transition for ramps to steep-rimmed margins: examples for the Sacramento and Guadalupe Mountains: The University of Texas at.

Structurally, the southern margin of the Interior Platform is the late Precambrian-Cambrian continental margin, which was formed by the breakup of the supercontinent Rodinia (Fig. 1; see also Chapter 1, Figs. 3, 7, and 8 3 7 8).The ancient divergent continental margin, now buried beneath younger rocks, extends northwestward across Alabama and Mississippi, and then Cited by: 2.

A carbonate platform is a sedimentary body Platform carbonates in the southern midcontinent 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.

carbonates collected from the surface and subsurface of the southern Midcontinent (Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas). Limestone porosity is largely occluded by early marine and meteoric calcite cement. Fracture and vuggy porosity.

The Arbuckle Group of the midcontinent comprises the mid-southern part of the great American carbonate bank (GACB) and consists mostly of carbonates with a few laterally consistent sandstones.

The Arbuckle Group is found in the Anadarko, Ardmore, and Arkoma Basins and surrounding environs in the Texas panhandle, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Lynn Watney, Evan K. Franseen, Alan P. Byrnes, Susan E. Nissen, "Evaluating Structural Controls on the Formation and Properties of Carboniferous Carbonate Reservoirs in the Northern Midcontinent, U.S.A.", Controls on Carbonate Platform and Reef Development, Jeff Lukasik, J.A.

(Toni) Simo. Download citation file: Ris (Zotero) Refmanager. Get this from a library. Silurian, Devonian, and Mississippian geology and petroleum in the southern Midcontinent, symposium: proceedings of a symposium held March, in Norman, Oklahoma.

[Kenneth S Johnson; United States. National Petroleum Technology Office.; Oklahoma Geological Survey.;]. Petrographic, geochemical, and fluid inclusion analyses of dolomite and calcite cements have been made on Mississippian carbonates collected from the surface and subsurface of the southern Midcontinent (Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas).

Limestone porosity is largely occluded by early marine and meteoric calcite cement. Rottmann, K.,Defining the role of Woodford–Hunton depositional relationships in Hunton stratigraphic traps of western Oklahoma, in K.S. Johnson, ed., Platform carbonates in the southern Midcontinent, symposium: OGS Circularp.

The shaded-relief map provides new insight into the crustal architecture of the cratonic platform, by visually emphasizing that the region consists of distinct provinces: the Midcontinent Sector (a broad area of low relief, locally broken by steep faults); the Rocky Mountain Sector (with structural relief of up to 10 km, and relatively short.

Mississippian carbonate buildups and development of cool-water-like carbonate platforms in the Illinois Basin, Midcontinent U.S.A Article (PDF Available) in. Carbonates are diester derivatives of carbonic acid formed from its condensation with hydroxyl compounds. These groups may be created from the reaction of a bifunctional carbonic acid compound like phosgene or carbonyl diimidazole (Chapter 4, Section 3) with two ates can rapidly react with nucleophiles to form carbamate linkages, which are.

Introduction to Characterization and Modeling of Carbonates—Mountjoy Symposium 1 Alex J. MacNeil, Jeff Lonnee, and Rachel Wood. Characterization of Carbonates and Advances in Analytical Methods. Dolomite, Very High-Magnesium Calcite, and Microbes—Implications for the Microbial Model of Dolomitization.

Basic carbonate facies zones. In general, carbonate facies develop on gently sloping shelves that can be divided into three main zones: A seaward zone below normal wave base A zone where wave energy interacts with sediment A landward low-energy zone Depositional slope, geologic age, water energy, and climate control the basic facies : Web page.

Hanson, R.E., and Hargrove, U.S., in press, Processes of magma/wet-sediment interaction in a large-scale Jurassic andesitic peperite complex, northern Sierra Nevada.

Missouri Geological Survey Symposium Mineral-Resource Potential of the Midcontinent Program and Abstracts St. Louis, Missouri, AprilEdited by WALDEN P. PRATI and MARTIN B. GOLD HABER U.S.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CIRCULAR Cited by: 1. The initiation of a carbonate platform: a comparison between the Lower Jurassic Broadford Limestone, Isle of Skye, Scotland and the Cambrian Honey Creek Limestone, Slick Hills, Oklahoma, in Johnson, K.

S. (ed.), Platform Carbonates in the Southern Midcontinent, Oklahoma Geological Survey Circularp. The Midcontinent Rift System, which curves for more than km across the Upper Midwest, is one of the world’s great continental rifts.

Rifting began about billion years ago, when the Earth’s crust began to split along the margin of the Superior craton.This is an introduction list that covers the most common carbonates minerals which are compounds of carbon dioxide (frequently called carbonic acid) with oxides of metals.

In naming individual carbonates, the name of the metal is used; but if the name of the oxide of the metal is better known, as lime, for example, which is calcium oxide, the name of the oxide will be used .