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Quartz Geodes: Early Diagenetic Silicified Anhydrite Nodules Related to Dolomitization

Robert G. Maliva

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...Quartz Geodes: Early Diagenetic Silicified Anhydrite Nodules Related to Dolomitization Robert G. Maliva 1987 Vol. 57 No. 6. (November), Quartz...

1987

Pembroke Breccia: Solution--Collapse of the Lower Windsor Group (Mississippian) in Central Nova Scotia: ABSTRACT

H. Edward Clifton

AAPG Bulletin

...; at depth, the basal limestone is apparently conformably overlain by interbedded limestone and anhydrite. The Pembroke typically is a jumbled mass...

1964

Comparison of Boudins with Some Similar Tectonic Inclusions: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

W. M. Schwerdtner , P. N. Byers

AAPG Bulletin

... limestone inclusions in an anhydrite matrix. Byers, P. N., 1964, Study of triaxial boudins of limestone in anhydrite: Bachelor's thesis, Department...

1965

Nisku of Northeastern Montana with Special Reference to Tule Creek Area, Roosevelt County, Montana: ABSTRACT

Frank A. Radella

AAPG Bulletin

... that was subjected to secondary dolomitization. The Nisku of the Tule Creek field consists of anhydrite, limestone, and dolomite and averages 81 ft...

1965

Jurassic Geology of Alabama and Florida Panhandle: ABSTRACT

Marvin L. Oxley, Edward D. Minihan

AAPG Bulletin

..., and Haynesville Formations. An anhydrite member of the Louann Salt, previously unnamed, was found in wells from Clarke, Monroe, and Wilcox Counties...

1968

Upper Paleozoic Evaporites in Sverdrup Basin, Arctic Canada: ABSTRACT

G. R. Davies, W. W. Nassichuk

AAPG Bulletin

... 1,300 ft (430 m) of interbedded anhydrite (75% by thickness) and limestone (25%) at the type section, with interbedded sandstones in other sections...

1972

Petrology of Pennsylvanian Tensleep Sandstone, Lost Soldier Field, Wyoming: ABSTRACT

D. C. Mou, R. L. Brenner

AAPG Bulletin

... cementation; (2) precipitation of feldspar overgrowths; (3) poikilotopic nodular calcite cementation; (4) nodular anhydrite cementation; (5) late anhydrite...

1981

Geologic Processes in Evaporites in Northern Delaware Basin: ABSTRACT

Dennis W. Powers

AAPG Bulletin

... anhydrite. The upper anhydrite dips as much as 40° and contains a small recumbent fold. The thinning and structure also occur in the lower Salado...

1981

Relation of Lithofacies and Diagenesis to Porosity Development, Mission Canyon Formation (Mississippian), Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota: ABSTRACT

Pete J. Chimney, Marty D. Wittstrom

AAPG Bulletin

... interval illustrate this relation. MonDak field, situated on the Montana-North Dakota border, lies west of the limit of massive Mission Canyon anhydrite...

1982

Anatomy of the Dolomitized Carbonate Reservoir, Mission Canyon Formation, Little Knife Field, North Dakota: ABSTRACT

Robert F. Lindsay

AAPG Bulletin

... 66 5. (May) The Mission Canyon is interpreted to be a regressive shoaling-upward, carbonate to anhydrite sequence deposited by a shallow epeiric sea...

1982

Relation of Lithofacies and Diagenesis to Porosity Development, Mississippian Mission Canyon Formation, Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota: ABSTRACT

Pete J. Chimney, Marty D. Wittstrom

AAPG Bulletin

... anhydrite in a sequence of normal marine sediments. Reservoir porosity is due to fracturing of tight, fine-grained limestones. Low matrix porosity...

1983

Harmony Field, Clarke County, Mississippi: A True Stratigraphic Trap: ABSTRACT

Robert B. Lieber, Marshall C. Carothers

AAPG Bulletin

... oolitic grainstones pinch out updip into tight carbonates and anhydrite. Structure contour maps on top of the Smackover Formation indicate a low relief...

1983

Geology of De Queen Formation of Arkansas: ABSTRACT

Jeffrey G. Pittman

AAPG Bulletin

... to the subsurface Ferry Lake Anhydrite of the Gulf coastal plain. The upper facies is also approximately 40 ft (12 m) thick and contains interbedded...

1984

Influence of Basement Islands and Ridges on Smackover Deposition, Southwest Alabama: ABSTRACT

Allen L. Greene

AAPG Bulletin

... their crests. Flanking these features are finely crystalline and anhydritic dolomites capped by bedded nodular-mosaic anhydrite. The anhydrite grades upward...

1985

Origin of High-Permeability Reservoirs in Upper Minnelusa Sandstone (Permian) Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana: ABSTRACT

K. P. Helmold, R. G. Loucks

AAPG Bulletin

..., Montana, reveals that high-permeability reservoirs (up to 3,200 md) are the result of extensive dissolution of early precipitated gypsum or anhydrite...

1985

ABSTRACT: Porosity Destruction in Carbonate Platforms; #90051 (2006)

S. N. Ehrenberg

Search and Discovery.com

..., including: (1) stylolite frequency, (2) proportion of argillaceous beds, and (3) anhydrite cement. The spatial distribution of these factors is determined...

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