6 edition of Fine-grained turbidite systems found in the catalog.
by American Association of Petroleum Geologists and SEPM (Society of Sedimentary Geology) in Tulsa, Okla
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Arnold H. Bouma and Charles G. Stone.|
|Series||AAPG memoir -- 72, Special publication (SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)) -- no. 68|
|Contributions||Bouma, Arnold H., Stone, Charles G. 1935-|
|LC Classifications||QE471.15.T8 F55 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||00022368|
The figure and table above divide these into the end members of fine grained turbidites systems and sand rich systems. To this end Stelting et al, () have defined fine grained Deepwater Sediments as those that are composed of shale and/or silty mudstones with an equal or lesser thickness of sand-rich Beds for that particular turbidite system. Find Fine-Grained Turbidite Systems by Bouma et al at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or sell.
This digital reprint of Memoir 72 covers one of the most important and active exploration reservoirs being pursued by geoscientists worldwide: fine-grained turbidite systems. 28 chapters show the results of an intense research effort in the s that resulted from the discovery of large hydrocarbon accumulations in fine-grained turbidite systems in Brazil, the Gulf of Mexico, West Africa, and. Fine-Grained Turbidite Systems: Overview 1 C.E. Stelting, A.H. Boutna, and C.G. Stone Chapter 2 Fine-Grained, Mud-Rich Turbidite Systems: Model and Comparison with Coarse-Grained, Sand-Rich Systems 9 A.H. Bouma Chapter 3 Carboniferous Submarine Basin Development of the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma 21 J.L. Coleman, Jr. Chapter 4.
Fine-grained, mud-rich turbidite systems, by contrast, are found in large basins on passive margins, have long terrestrial transport distance and a broad shelf, are delta-sourced, have an efficient basin transport resulting in bypass of much of the sand to the outer fan, and a really variable net-to-gross ration patterns (Stelting et al., Cited by: Fine-grained turbidite systems: overview / C.E. Stelting, A.H. Bouma, C.G. Stone Fine-grained, mud-rich turbidite systems: model and comparison with coarse-grained sand-rich systems / A.H. Bouma Carboniferous submarine basin development of the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma / .
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Confined Turbidite Systems (No. ) illustrated edition Edition. by S. Lomas (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Cited by: This Memoir covers one of the most important and active exploration reservoirs being pursued by geoscientists worldwide: fine-grained turbidite systems. 28 chapters show the results of an intense research effort in the s that resulted from the discovery of large hydrocarbon accumulations in fine-grained turbidite systems in Brazil, the Gulf of Mexico, West Africa, and the North Sea.
Submarine Fans and Turbidite Systems—Sequence Stratigraphy, Reservoir Architecture and Production Characteristics Gulf of Mexico and International Reservoir Architecture and Production Characteristics Gulf of Mexico and International. Author(s): Paul Weimer, Arnold H.
Bouma, TANQUA KAROO, ANCIENT ANALOG FOR FINE-GRAINED SUBMARINE FANS. A submarine fan, called turbidite system by Mutti and Normark (, ), fan sequence by Feeley et al. () and Weimer and Buffler (), and fanlobe by Bouma et al.
(), represents the deposition by gravity flows Fine-grained turbidite systems book a basin.A stratigraphic succession of a number of turbidite systems is known as a submarine fan complex or turbidite complex (Mutti and Normark, ). Fine-Grained Turbidite Systems (AAPG Memoir) by A.
Bouma (Author, Editor), Charles G. Stone (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Cited by: Fine-grained, mud-rich turbidite systems primarily occur in basins with a large fluvial input. Depositional models derived from sand-rich turbidite systems are not appropriate because the large volume of mud in fine-grained turbidite systems produces different sediment distribution patterns, geomor-phic features, and internal architecture at bed-to-sequence scales.
Turbidite. Turbidite is a fine-grained sediment (or sedimentary rock) that gradually changes from coarse- to fine-grained and that was deposited by turbidity currents.
field. Although the definition may sound a bit loose, a good identification of depositional elements of deep-water systems (turbidite or not) is the key to a good reservoir. Fine-Grained Turbidite Systems (AAPG Memoir No. 72) | A. Bouma, C. Stone | download | B–OK. Download books for free.
Find books. Normally graded turbidite bed of lower very fine-grained silty sandstone to shaly siltstone. A thick (approximately cm) planar laminated very fine-grained sandstone (Tb) is overlain by a cm thick ripple laminated sandy siltstone (Tc) and cm parallel laminated shaly siltstone (Td).
Deep Water Turbidite Systems contains 22 papers (reproduced in full) and 22 abstracts of papers that have appeared in the journal Sedimentology, concerned with the broad spectrum of topics within the field of turbidites and associated deep water systems.
Fine‐Grained Turbidite Systems. Fine‐Grained Turbidite Systems. Homewood, Peter Edited by Arnold H. Bouma and Charles G. Stone. pages, Index, CD‐ROM included. AAPG Memoir 72 – SEPM Special publication no.
ISBN: 0 5. Sedimentary models of such fan systems typically are subdivided into upper, mid, and lower fan sequences each with distinct sand-body geometries, sediment distributions, and lithologic characteristics (Mutti & Ricci Lucci, ; Normark, ; & Walker, ).
Turbidite deposits typically occur in foreland basins. Importance. PDF | On Jan 1,G. Shanmugam and others published Fine-grained turbidite systems (eds) A.H.
Bouma and C.G. Stone, AAPG Memoir 72 and SEPM Special Pub. Book Author: G. Shanmugam. Fine-Grained Turbidite Systems (AAPG Memoir) by A. Bouma and Charles G.
Stone | Jun 1, Hardcover Evolution of the Arctic-North Atlantic and the Western Tethys/Book and Map (Aapg Memoir) by Peter A. Ziegler | Dec 1, Hardcover. Coarse-grained and fine-grained turbidite systems as end member models: Applicability and dangers February Marine and Petroleum Geology Arnold H.
BoumaAuthor: Peter Homewood. Request PDF | On Jan 1,R.B. Wynn and others published Fine-grained Turbidite systems | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Fine-grained turbidite systems: overview / C.E. Stelting, A.H. Bouma, C.G. Stone --Fine-grained, mud-rich turbidite systems: model and comparison with coarse-grained sand-rich systems / A.H.
Bouma --Carboniferous submarine basin development of the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma / J.L. Coleman, Jr. --Sea floor morphology and. Evidence of across‐shelf transport of fine‐grained sediments: turbidite‐filled shelf channels in the Campanian Aberdeen Member, Book Cliffs, Utah, USA SIMON A.
PATTISON Department of Geology, Brandon University, Brandon, MB, Canada R7A 6A9 (E‐mail: [email protected]). Sheet Sands (including amalgamated and layered sheet sands) The distal portions of deepwater turbidite fans are often the sites of the deposition of sheet sands. Posamentier and Kolla () explain how low-sinuosity distributary-channel complexes form lobate sheets up to 5–10 km wide and tens of kilometers long that extend to the distal edges of these systems.
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Bouma and C.G. Stone,AAPG Memoir 72 and SEPM Special Pub. 68): AAPG Bulletin, v. 86, p. Article in AAPG Bulletin.Fine-grained, mud-rich turbidite systems The fine-grained, delta-fed turbidite system is a bypassing system, being the product of efficient gravity flows.
Three depositional end members can be distinguished although the transition zones between the end members occupy large portions of the fan ( Cited by: This bed occurs in the middle of a turbidite lobe facies association ( W6, m). Figure 16B. Normally graded turbidite bed of lower very fine-grained silty sandstone to shaly siltstone.