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Carbonate Cementation in Sandstones Distribution Patterns and Geochemical Evolution (Special Publication of the International Association of Sedimentologists) by Sadoon Morad

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Published by Blackwell Publishing Limited .
Written in English


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Number of Pages511
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ISBN 100632047771
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  Carbonate cementation in sandstones: controls on distribution patterns and geochemical evolution. Origin and spatial distribution of early vadose and phreatic calcite cements in the Zia Formation, Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico, : Sadoon Morad. Carbonate cements in sandstones are dominated by calcite, dolomite, ankerite and siderite, whereas magnesite and rhodochrosite are rare. The distribution patterns, mineralogy and elemental/isotopic compositions of carbonate cements vary widely, both temporally and by:   Carbonate cementation - key to reservoir properties of four sandstone level (Cretaceous) in Hibernia Oilfield, Jeane d'Arc Basin, Newfoundland, Canada. The significance of d13C of carbonate cements in reservoir sandstones: a regional Author: Sadoon Morad.   These papers present a wide and deep coverage that enhance our knowledge about carbonate cementation in various clastic depositional environments, tectonic settings and burial histories. The book.

Innehållsförteckning. Carbonate cementation in sandstones: controls on distribution patterns and geochemical evolution Origin and spatial distribution of early vadose and phreatic calcite cements in the Zia Formation, Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico, USA Carbonate diagenesis and porosity evolution in sheet-flood sandstones: evidence from. Carbonate cementation of sandstones leads to porosity and permeability loss, with resulting reduction in hydrocarbon reservoir quality. The nature and timing of carbonate cementation of marine sandstone successions has been extensively reported in the literature (e.g., Bjørkum and Walderhaug, , Wilkinson, , Hendry et al., , Morad, , Klein et al., ).Cited by: Two generations of carbonate cement as Type I (microcrystalline calcite and dolomite) and Type II (mainly Fe-calcite and Fe-dolomite) are recognized in Chang 8 sandstones, Ordos basin. Carbonate cements in sandstones are dominated by calcite, dolomite, ankerite and siderite, whereas magnesite and rhodochrosite are rare. The distribution patterns, mineralogy and elemental/isotopic Author: Sadoon Morad.

Carbonate cement in Chang 8 sandstones is closely related to the dissolved carbon from thermal maturation of organic matters. Carbonate cement in the loosely packed framework grains precipitated shortly after deposition, and late-stage ferroan calcite and Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm. Contents: Carbonate cementation in sandstones: controls on distribution patterns and geochemical evolution Origin and spatial distribution of early vadose and phreatic calcite cements in the Zia Formation, Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico, USA Carbonate diagenesis and. Carbonate Cementation in Sandstones This Special Publication contains 21 review papers and case studies on carbonate cementation in clastic sequences written by invited specialists on the subject. These papers present a wide and deep coverage that enhance our knowledge about carbonate cementation in various clastic depositional environments. Quartz cement as syntaxial overgrowths is one of the two most abundant cements in sandstones. The main factors that control the amount of quartz cement in sandstones are: framework composition; residence time in the “silica mobility window”; and fluid composition, flow volume and by: