Carbonate Sedimentology and Petrology by Maurice E. Tucker

By Maurice E. Tucker

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Published by means of the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Short classes in Geology Series.

This quantity assumes a normal wisdom of carbonate mineralogy in addition to a familiarity with the final ideas of sedimentology and specializes in particular versions of carbonate deposition and diagenesis. the final precept of uniformity of strategy is mainly greatly utilized in carbonate sedimentology. The editors therefore concentration first on types in line with glossy settings. the applying of those types to historical carbonates completes the amount.

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Published by means of the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Short classes in Geology Series.

This quantity assumes a normal wisdom of carbonate mineralogy in addition to a familiarity with the final ideas of sedimentology and specializes in particular versions of carbonate deposition and diagenesis. the final precept of uniformity of strategy is mainly greatly utilized in carbonate sedimentology. The editors therefore concentration first on types in line with glossy settings. the applying of those types to historical carbonates completes the amount.

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M. Cys, 1979, Marine aragonite sea floor growths and cements in Permian phylloid algae mounds, Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 49, p. 917-937. B. , editors, Carbonate reservoir rocks' Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Core Workshop 1, p. 43-64. R. V. , setting facies: E1 1982, and New Mexico: and 881-888. v. 3. p. , Reef Complex, Geological Triassic Bosellini, A. and D. , editor, Reefs in time and space' Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Special Publication 18, p.

In Ordovician and Silurian mounds these skeletons are primarily ramose and encrusting byrozoans but appear to be replaced by corals and calcified algae in the Devonian. The more complex buildups are composed mostly of stromatoporoids, and to a lesser extent, corals. The stromatoporoids are most numerous, largest and exhibit the most diverse forms in the Devonian but show a wide variety of growth forms throughout. They appear to be most prolific in the upper parts of reefs. Tabulate stromatoporoids corals occur with the and dominate downslope, more fasciculate a wide variety Jurassic of for example the spectacular Devonian coral forms such dendroid as Disph¾11um _ the later _ Triassic and Thecosmilia.

307-317. A. and H. Gignac, 1983, Sponge-constructed stromatactic mud mounds, Silurian of Gaspe Quebec' Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 53, p. 521-532. , 1978, Diversity in tropical rain forests and coral reefs: Science, v. 199, p. , 1988, Phanerozoic reef Ecological communities: Succession in Is real? it of macroboring of the macroboring Paleobiology, v. reef-builders: a critical review: Paleobiology, v. 8, p. 228-241. R. P. Alberstadt, 1975, Ecological succession as an aspect of structure in fossil 1302-1310.

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