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Facies analysis and depositional environments of the upper part of the Richmond Group (Upper Ordovician)

Christopher E Betz

Facies analysis and depositional environments of the upper part of the Richmond Group (Upper Ordovician)

Richmond, Indiana to Xenia, Ohio

by Christopher E Betz

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Ordovician,
  • Geology -- Ohio,
  • Geology -- Indiana

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Christopher E. Betz
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 159 leaves :
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14416252M

    The end result of the analysis is a description of the rock facies and a three dimensional view of the sedimentary structure. This will include the type of structure, thickness, reservoir quality, and if possible, its shape and probable extent. Classification of Depositional Environments The simplest breakdown of depositional environments. Organic Facies and Reservoir Characterization of Eagle Ford Shale as Determined by Stratigraphy, Source Rocks, and Oil Geochemistry* Mohammad “Wahid” Rahman. 1, David Hull. 2, Philip Chapman. 2, and Gayle Riggs. 2. Search File Size: 2MB.

    INTEGRATING DEPOSITIONAL FACIES AND SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHY IN CHARACTERIZING UNCONVENTIONAL RESERVOIRS: EAGLE FORD SHALE, SOUTH TEXAS Seth Jordan Workman, M.S. Western Michigan University, The Mid-to-Late Cretaceous Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas is a mixed. Geological analysis of core samples and qualitative interpretation of wireline log shapes aided the identification of depositional environments of various XY sand units in Pama oil field. These include distributary channels, mouth bar, point bar, tidal channel, tidal flat, middle shoreface and lower : Experienced sedimentologist .

    Geological analysis of core samples and qualitative interpretation of wireline log shapes aided the identification of depositional environments of various XY sand units in Pama oil field. These include distributary channels, mouth bar, point bar, tidal channel, tidal flat, middle shoreface and lower : Geologist. Micro Correlation is the study of facies variations and analyzing on regional scale. In the present area of study, this was done by preparing a geological cross section from electrolog data collected from four wells. The depositional environments are interpreted based on facies variations and log signatures are shown in Figure 5.


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Facies analysis and depositional environments of the upper part of the Richmond Group (Upper Ordovician) by Christopher E Betz Download PDF EPUB FB2

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and Martin, W.D.}, abstractNote = {Rock sections of the Drakes, Elkhorn, and Whitewater Formations were studied along an east-west-trending line in order to distinguish facies. Facies Analysis Coal Facies (Fig. ) Description The coal facies consists of true coal (high volatile C- to A bituminous) to very carbonaceous siltstone.

In core, thickness ranges from a few inches or centimeters to feet ( m), with 1 foot ( m) being common. Well log interpretation indicatesFile Size: 2MB. Facies Analysis and Sequence Stratigraphic Framework of Upper Campanian Strata (Neslen and Mount Garfield Formations, Bluecastle Tongue of the Castlegate Sandstone, and Mancos Shale), Eastern Book Cliffs, Colorado and Utah By Mark A.

Kirschbaum and Robert D. Hettinger U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS–69–G. Abstract. The study and interpretation of the textures, sedimentary structures, fossils, and lithologic associations of sedimentary rocks on the scale of an outcrop, well section, or small segment of a basin comprise the subject of facies analysis.

Ideally, a sedimentary facies is a distinctive rock unit that forms under certain conditions of sedimentation, reflecting a particular process or ntary facies are either descriptive or interpretative.

Sedimentary facies are bodies of sediment that are recognizably distinct from adjacent sediments that resulted from different depositional environments. The depositional environment dictates the facies pattern including the size, form and overall context of initially porous and permeable sand-bodies.

These sand-bodies influence the flow of diagenetic pore fluids through the sediment body and may ultimately serve as Cited by: 2. Facies, Depositional Environment and Diagenesis of the Qom Formation in Rameh Section (Northeastern Garmsar) Article (PDF Available) in Open Journal of Geology 6(10) September schematic, three-dimensional representations of specific depositional environments that serve as norms for interpretation and prediction Soils formed by physical, chemical, and biological processes that act at the land surface and lead to the development of A- B- and C-horizons (soil horizons) *soils form from the surface down.

Abdulrhman F. Osman et al.: Sedimentary Facies and Depositional Environment of the Gedaref Formation, Eastern Sudan the unit is dating to the early Pleistocene (C hialvo, ).Author: Abdelrhim Eltijani. GCD. Depositional History, Facies Analysis, and Production Characteristics of Offshore Texas - Downloadable PDF.

Part Number GCDPrice: $ Depositional environment fluctuates between fluvial to transitional and marine environments. Across all wells these patterns were represented.

Disparities observed from one well to another is a function of record of episodic strata deposition characterized by energy of the depositional event and the nature of sediment deposited [   o Facies analysis is the interpretation of strata in terms of depositional environments (or depositional systems), commonly based on a wide variety of observations o Facies Model is a general summary of a particular depositional system, involving many individual examples from recent sediments and ancient rocks 5.

Table 1 Facies classification of the lower part of the Mupe Member of the Purbeck Limestone Group and interpretation of depositional environments Facies, sub-facies. The purpose of this study is to describe and interpret the facies and depositional environments of the poorly understood Kaiparowits Formation.

Facies analysis provides much needed information on the paleoenvironments, paleogeography, and paleoclimate of this important fossil-rich succession, which in turn, permits insight into paleoecology and Cited by: A facies model of the Permian Kapp Starostin Formation assigns various facies to specific depositional environments and thus shows the detailed spatial and temporal development of a temperate, mixed siliceous–carbonate ramp from the.

Depositional facies and environments of Oligocene - Miocene sediments in the central part of Nam Con Son Basin, Southeast Vietnam Shelf Conference Paper (PDF Available) November with 1, Index Terms- Facies analysis, Depositional environment, Pachmarhi Formation, Satpura basin, Madhya Pradesh.

INTRODUCTION he post-Permian Gondwana succession of Satpura basin, central India is characterised by an alternation of sandstones, conglomerate and shales. Compared to post-Permian (UpperFile Size: 1MB. Figure 1 is the interpreted seismic facies pattern for part of one seismic reflection profile down the axis of the High Island-East Breaks depocenter.

This is the same seismic profile shown in Figure Each prograding clinoform contains a rotated package of chaotic facies within the upper and steepest part of the clinoform facies and basinward of the tabular : Web page. @article{osti_, title = {Depositional environments and sedimentology of Vinita Beds, Richmond basin, Virginia}, author = {Kornfeld, I.E.}, abstractNote = {The Carnian (middle to late Middle Triassic Age) Richmond basin of northeast Virginia is the oldest of the exposed Newark rift basins of the eastern seaboard.

These basins formed during the Mesozoic divergence of. View Facies Analysis and Depositional Environment Research Papers on for free.

FACIES ANALYSIS AND BASIN ARCHITECTURE OF THE UPPER PART OF THE MURRAY FORMATION, other environments may produce deposits of this type. the upper Murray formation facies could represent a change in the expected environments relative to that of an open hydrologic system.

The presence of nearly 30 m of.The Middle Ordovician St. Peter Sandstone in the Michigan basin was deposited in marine peritidal to storm-dominated, outer shelf depositional environments that evolved in a regionally significant transgressive pattern. The formation is bounded by carbonate and shaly clastic strata of the Prairie du Chien Group below and is transitional to.The upper part of Sequence II corresponds to the dolomitic facies with silicified nodules deposited in sabkha-like environments (lithofacies LF4e, Figs.

10D and 11A). This regressive systems tract is covered by the Ti3 sequence boundary in the middle part of the Dolomie supérieure and identified by the development of silicified nodules (Fig Cited by: 3.