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  • Hippuritoida -- Congresses,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cretaceous,
  • Rocks, Carbonate -- Congresses

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Statementedited by Robert W. Scott.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesSpecial publication / SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) -- no. 87, Special publication (SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)) -- no. 87.
ContributionsScott, Robert William, 1936-
The Physical Object
Pagination257 p. :
Number of Pages257
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Open LibraryOL14565117M
ISBN 101565761278
ISBN 109781565761278
OCLC/WorldCa178238946

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Cretaceous Rudists and Carbonate Platforms: Environmental Feedback: 87 1st Edition. The papers of the Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress on Rudists are organized into three themes: (1) Depositional Environments of Cretaceous Carbonates has been an overarching theme of the Working Group on Cretaceous Carbonate Platforms, Study of rudists, which produced great volumes of carbonate sediment, is central to understanding processes and reservoir prediction.

The objectives of this book are to document styles of formation, growth, and development of Cretaceous carbonate platforms and to compare platform geometries, dimensions, and styles of similar platforms but different tectonic-sedimentary settings.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)Author: J. Toni Simo, Robert W. Scott, Jean-Pierre Masse. (1) Depo-sitional Environments of Cretaceous Carbonates has been anoverarching theme of the Working Group on Cretaceous Carbonate Platforms.

Study of rudists, which produced great volumes of carbonate sediment, is central to understanding processes and reservoir prediction. Some of the world's greathydrocarbon reservoirs are rudist debris beds.

Cretaceous Rudists and Carbonate Platforms: Environmental Feedback SEPM Members 40% Discount at Checkout Go to SEPM Members Only at to get your Member Discount Code. Conference/Event Book 1 online resource: illustrations (black and white, and colour), maps (black and white).

Subjects: Hippuritoida -- Congresses. Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cretaceous. Carbonate rocks -- Congresses. Summary: Sedimentologists, stratigraphers and paleontologists will find new data in 'Cretaceous Rudists and Carbonate Platforms. Depositional Environments of Cretaceous Carbonates | Cretaceous Rudists and Carbonate Platforms: Environmental Feedback | GeoScienceWorld Books | GeoScienceWorld.

Tectonic events and eustatic oscillations affected thePeriadriatic region in the Albian-Turonian stratigraphic interval, resulting in localized emersion and pro.

Skip to Main Content. Fig. Synoptic history of Tithonian and Cretaceous carbonate platform development (blue) in the New World and Aptian rudists and carbonate platforms 83 The Authors. Journal compilation. In the Late Cretaceous carbonate platforms of Santonian, Campanian and Maastrichtian age developed as part of volcano-sedimentary cycles in southwestern Puerto Rico.

The platforms are preserved as carbonate lenses within thick sequences of. Upper Cretaceous rudist carbonate tempestites are well exposed in two outcrops in Central Tunisia, Jebel Bireno in theKasserine area and Jebel el Kebar in the Sidi Bouzid area (Fig.

1).Jebel Bireno is a NE-SW asymmetric anticline in west-central Tunisia about 30 km NW of the city of Kasserine. In the core of thisanticline Cenomanian marls are overlain by Turonian carbonatesand “Senonian” marls and.

Özer, B. SarıRudist-bearing marbles of the metamorphic Menderes Massif and the Upper Cretaceous rudistid limestones of the Bey Dağları (western Taurides) carbonate platform, Eighth International Congress on Rudists.

Cretaceous Rudists and Carbonate Platforms, Post-meeting Field Trip (2) Excursion Guide, Juneİzmir-TurkeyCited by: 4. Rudists and facies of the Periadriatic Domain, PERSONAL COPY. Early Cretaceous carbonate platforms were widespread and thick, and complex biotic associations formed reefs that contributed.

Cretaceous Research VolumeJuneA Cenomanian–Santonian rudist–bearing carbonate platform on the northern Arabian Plate, Turkey: facies and sequence stratigraphy. Upper Cretaceous rudist biostratigraphy of the Bey Dağları Carbonate Platform, Western Taurides, SW Turkey Article in Geobios 42(3) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The Upper Cretaceous shallow-water limestones of the Periadriatic Region (Adriatic, Apenninic, and Apulian carbonate platforms) contain a rich fauna of large-sized benthic foraminifera many of.

Rudists lived in shallow marine environments from the Late Jurassic to the Late Cretaceous periods. They had two asymmetric valves with one valve attached to the sea floor.

Today, their fossils are found throughout the tropics in the Mediterranean, the Middle East, the Caribbean, and Southeast Asia. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Abstract. Coral-rudist formations in Tunisia are known from Upper Jurassic and Cretaceous outcrops. The main Cretaceous examples are located in Central Tunisia (from 36°N to 34°N) and developed to varying extents around an emerged land known as Kairouan Island or Kasserine by: 4.

rudist-bearing carbonate platforms of the Mediterranean Tethys and Late Cretaceous (Campanian–Maastrichtian) rudist-bearing carbonate platforms of the Mediterranean Tethys and the Arabian Plate Dissertation zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades eines Doktors der Naturwissenschaften an der Fakultät für Geowissenschaften der Ruhr-Universität Bochum vorgelegt.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Cretaceous rudists and carbonate platforms: environmental feedback in SearchWorks catalog.

Depositional setting of the Upper Cretaceous rudist-bearing carbonate-platforms along the Pontides magmatic-arc complex, Turkey Sacit Özer Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi, Mühendislik Fakültesi, Jeoloji Mühendisliği Bölümü, Tınaztepe Yerleşkesi, The Upper Cretaceous carbonate platforms with rudists are widely exposed in the central and.

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Rudist bivalves are abundant in Upper Cretaceous Adriatic carbonate platform deposits in biostromes of varying biodiversity and density that alternate with foraminiferal wackestones to packstones. Their distribution is reviewed with respect to the sequence stratigraphic by:   Upper Cretaceous platform-derived conglomerates in Central Tunisia: significance and genesis mode.- Palaeogeographic context of Cenomanian and Turonian carbonate platforms in the eastern Atlasic domain.- Stratigraphic and geographic distribution of rudists in Algeria: a state of the art.-Price: $ In book: Cretaceous Rudists and Carbonate Platforms: Environmental Feedback, pp F IG.

—Barremian–Albian rudist zones of the North American Caribbean Province. AZ = assemblage. The carbonate platform biota and coated grains are known from 26 localities in Cretaceous fore- and intra-arc basins of the Japanese Islands and Sakhalin Island (Far East Russia), which were both located along the eastern margin of continental Asia before the Miocene opening of the Japan Sea (Fig.

1; e.g., Yamakita and Otoh,Tazawa, ). Cited by: ELSEVIER Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology () Rudists as gregarious sediment-dwellers, not reef-builders, on Cretaceous carbonate platforms Eul/dia Gili a Jean-Pierre Masse b Peter W.

Skelton c a Departarnent de Geologia, Universitat Autbnoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain b Centre de SOdimentologie Cited by: The Cretaceous geology of the Gulf of Mexico is characterized by the development of huge carbonate platforms (Philip et al., ; Wilson and Ward, ).Some have been used as models for isolated rudists platforms (Anderson and McNelly, ; Wilson, ; Schlager, ; Scott, ).Some of these platforms emerged and were thoroughly eroded under meteoric conditions before drowning Cited by: • carbonate platforms rudist biominerals • cretaceous paleoceanography and oceanic anoxic events (oae) • cretaceous sedimentary basins, paleogeography and tectonic evolution • cretaceous terrestrial records • event stratigraphy + kt boundary • igcp causes and consequences of short-term cretaceous sea-level.

Fuzzy logic (Zadeh, ) was used to compute the susceptibility of Cretaceous platform carbonate occurrences in each point of the Earth as a function of SST, SSS and NPP (Eq.). For each environmental variable under investigation (i.e., SST, SSS or NPP), a membership function f(x) (Fig.

1, see Eq.) was used to normalize global fields of the variable representative of Cited by: 5. The aims of the ARW were: (1) to review and critically assess currently available data on rudist/coral formations in North African Cretaceous carbonate platforms, and their correlations, and to.

The Cretaceous carbonate platform that encircles the modern Gulf of Mexico is one of the largest and long-lived reef tracts in the history of the Earth. During the past 25 years, numerous boreholes have penetrated these Cretaceous reefs, providing an enormous database on reef communities.

Rudist Formations of the Cretaceous: A Palaeoecological, Sedimentological and Stratigraphical Review Donald J. Ross Sun International Exploration and Production Company Ltd, Sun Oil House, 80 Hammersmith Road, London W14 8YS, UKCited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: REGIONAL SYNTHESES --High resolution North African Cretaceous stratigraphy: status --Mesozoic carbonate platforms and associated siliciclastic spreadings in Morocco --Genesis and diagenesis of the Gattar carbonate platform, Lower Turonian.

High resolution North African Cretaceous stratigraphy: status.- Mesozoic carbonate platforms and associated siliciclastic spreadings in Morocco.- Genesis and diagenesis of the Gattar carbonate platform, Lower Turonian, northern southern Tunisia.- The growth and migration of two Turonian rudist-bearing carbonate platforms in Central Tunisia.

Variations in Aptian carbonate platform growth and associated turnover among rudists are reviewed and the results synthesized with evidence for climate change to yield an explanatory model. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm.

Contents: Cretaceous carbonate platforms: an overview / J.A. Toni Simo, Robert W. Scott, and J.- P. Masse --Economic resources in cretaceous carbonate platforms: an overview / Robert W. Scott, J.A. Toni Simo, and J.- P. Masse --Maracaibo Platform (Aptian-Albian), Northwestern Venezuela Missing: rudists.

The six shallow-water carbonate platforms drilled contain abundant rudists (cemented bivalves, possibly reef-forming) and/or corals, calcareous algae, benthonic foraminifera and ooids (sand-sized.

The aims of the ARW were: (1) to review and critically assess currently available data on rudist/coral formations in North African Cretaceous carbonate platforms, and their correlations, and to integrate these data with other studies around the Mediterranean; (2) to place the findings in a global context, noting both similarities with other.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: High resolution North African Cretaceous stratigraphy: status / R.W. Scott --Mesozoic carbonate platforms and associated siliciclastic spreadings in Morocco / J. Canérot [and others] --Genesis and diagenesis of the Gattar carbonate platform.

The aims of the ARW were: (1) to review and critically assess currently available data on rudist/coral formations in North African Cretaceous carbonate platforms, and their correlations, and to integrate these data with other studies around the Mediterranean; (2) to place the findings in a global context, noting both similarities with other Format: Hardcover.The Cretaceous epicontinental carbonate platform of Chiapas (south-east of Mexico) extends along a km NW-SE narrow strip, north of the Sierra Madre basement, from Ocozocoautla to Comitan.

In the western and central domain, three stratigraphic sections of the Sierra Madre Formation (late Aptian to early Senonian) display well exposed facies sequences enabling broad facies correlations about Cited by: 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 Missing: rudists.

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