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Sedimentary facies, depositional environments and palaeogeographic processes facies. models. Interpre-. tation. of. ancient. stratigraphic. sequences . is. Sedimentology and Stratigraphy Second Edition Gary Nichols A John Wiley processes, 1 Waves, 58 Sedimentary environments and facies, 2 Mass. Chapters 4 and 5 de- scribe sedimentary processes and sedimentary structures, sedimentology was not born from the union of petrogra- phy and stratigraphy. of sedimentary environments that de- posit characteristic sedimentary facies.


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Sedimentary Environments is one of the most distinguished and influential textbooks in the earth sciences published in the last 20 years. The first and second. Sedimentary Environments: Processes, Facies and Stratigraphy. Файл формата pdf; размером 88,51 МБ. Добавлен пользователем. AND STRATIGRAPHY, 1. Sedimentary processes, 1. Sedimentary environments and facies, 2. The spectrum of environments and facies, 3.

Looks like you are currently in Ukraine but have requested a page in the Armenia site. Would you like to change to the Armenia site? Harold G. Reading Editor. Reading is the author of Sedimentary Environments: Processes, Facies and Stratigraphy, 3rd Edition, published by Wiley.

Application of the facies models should be useful in recognizing these deposits in the ancient stratigraphic record. The chapter on Sedimentation and Tectonics is excellent, b u t could profitably be expanded to include the interpretation of facies models, the broader sedimentary controls, and the development of equilibrium conditions which produce the l,xger stratigraphic sequences and patterns.

It is this understanding of facies models with respect to unifying depositional themes which supports the descriptive and process-response observations so carefully collected and illustrated in this book.

I recommend this book to all that wish to interpret sedimentary responses recorded in the stratigraphic record.

Elsevier, Amsterdam, , pp. To write a book in one's own language is an immense task: to write one in another language must be a truly formidable undertaking.

Kinji Magara is to be congratulated on overcoming this great barrier to the presentation of his work. To anyone familiar with Magara's published work, the contents will n o t come as a surprise. Chapter 1 introduces us to his research topics.

Chapter 2 deals with shale compaction and the estimation of erosion and structural timing. Chapter 3: calculation of pore pressures from shale compaction data. Chapter 4: causes of abnormal pressures.

Chapter 5: applications of calculated pressures and porosities. Chapter 6: fluid-loss calculations. Chapter 7: evaluation of pressure and capillary seals. Chapter 8: three-dimensional fluid migration.

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Chapter 9: porosity--permeability relationships in shales. Chapter changes in pore-water salinity during compaction. Chapter 11 : the importance of abnormal pressuring in shale diapirism.

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Chapter the estimation of oil-genesis stage in the diagenesis of shales. Chapter estimation of paleopore-pressures and paleotemperatures.

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Chapter primary hydrocarbon migration. Application of the facies models should be useful in recognizing these deposits in the ancient stratigraphic record. The chapter on Sedimentation and Tectonics is excellent, b u t could profitably be expanded to include the interpretation of facies models, the broader sedimentary controls, and the development of equilibrium conditions which produce the l,xger stratigraphic sequences and patterns.

It is this understanding of facies models with respect to unifying depositional themes which supports the descriptive and process-response observations so carefully collected and illustrated in this book.

I recommend this book to all that wish to interpret sedimentary responses recorded in the stratigraphic record. Compaction and Fluid Migration: Elsevier, Amsterdam, , pp.

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To write a book in one's own language is an immense task: Kinji Magara is to be congratulated on overcoming this great barrier to the presentation of his work. To anyone familiar with Magara's published work, the contents will n o t come as a surprise. Chapter 1 introduces us to his research topics. Chapter 2 deals with shale compaction and the estimation of erosion and structural timing.

Chapter 3: Chapter 4: Chapter 5: Chapter 6: Chapter 7: Chapter 8: Chapter 9: Chapter This is a difficult book to read, largely because it is a difficult subject that requires frequent mathematical formulation albeit simple. It is made more difficult by an uneasy feeling t h a t Magara has been working in isolation.

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The range of literature cited is very limited due no d o u b t to its being in a language other than Magara's mother tongue. For example, the chapter on shale diapirism, in which Magara claims to offer a new explanation, contains no reference to AAPG Memoir 8 on diapirs and diapirism, nor to the work of Barton, Nettleton, Parker and McDowell, Biot, or Ramberg to name but a few.

Indeed, of the ten references given in this chapter, only one deals with diapirism, and that of salt. In several places through the book, Schmidt's work is cited; but the reader is left wondering whether Osmaston's discussion has any bearing on the conclusions used. Perhaps the main weakness is t h a t this is a collection of similar topics rather than a book for example, the emphasis on upward and downward migration in Chapter 5, figs.

Chapter 11 on Pelagic Environments reads more like a treatise than a synthesis o f relevant data. Its turgid expository style makes it difficult to read, and likewise to evaluate the scientific basis for the recognition and interpretation of these deposits. Deep Clastic Seas are treated with a well-defined process approach, which is useful for interpreting sedimentologic responses. If this excellent beginning had been followed by the development of facies models for each geomorphic setting, it would have been more valuable for the interpretation of ancient canyon-fan, flysch, and trench sedimentary sequences.

Chapter 13 on Glacial Environments reflects the high level of knowledge presently available on these processes in the Recent, b u t also reflects the limited recognition of these deposits in the stratigraphic record. Application of the facies models should be useful in recognizing these deposits in the ancient stratigraphic record.

The chapter on Sedimentation and Tectonics is excellent, b u t could profitably be expanded to include the interpretation of facies models, the broader sedimentary controls, and the development of equilibrium conditions which produce the l,xger stratigraphic sequences and patterns. It is this understanding of facies models with respect to unifying depositional themes which supports the descriptive and process-response observations so carefully collected and illustrated in this book.

I recommend this book to all that wish to interpret sedimentary responses recorded in the stratigraphic record. Elsevier, Amsterdam, , pp. To write a book in one's own language is an immense task: to write one in another language must be a truly formidable undertaking. Kinji Magara is to be congratulated on overcoming this great barrier to the presentation of his work. To anyone familiar with Magara's published work, the contents will n o t come as a surprise.

Chapter 1 introduces us to his research topics. Chapter 2 deals with shale compaction and the estimation of erosion and structural timing.

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Chapter 3: calculation of pore pressures from shale compaction data. Chapter 4: causes of abnormal pressures. Chapter 5: applications of calculated pressures and porosities. Chapter 6: fluid-loss calculations. Chapter 7: evaluation of pressure and capillary seals. Chapter 8: three-dimensional fluid migration. Chapter 9: porosity--permeability relationships in shales.