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Identification and Diagenesis of a Phylloid Alga: Archaeolithophyllum from the Pennsylvanian Providence Limestone, Western Kentucky

Stephen O. Moshier , Brenda L. Kirkland

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... stabilization of an aragonitic precursor in a nearly closed system (high rock/water ratios). The arrow and corresponding shaded area (presented by Veizer...


Mississippian Paleocean Chemistry from Biotic and Abiotic Carbonate, Muleshoe Mound, Lake Valley Formation, New Mexico, U.S.A.—Reply

F.J. Hasiuk, K.C. Lohmann

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 59, p. 3749–3764. Cicero, A.D., and Lohmann, K.C., 2001, Sr/Mg variation during rock-water interaction: implications...


Drilling Oil Wells with the Diamond Drill

Frank A. Edson

AAPG Bulletin

... are rotated, cuts an annular hole in the rock, leaving undisturbed in the center a solid cylinder or core of rock. Water is kept circulating through...


A Short course in Methods in Oil and Gas Reserves Estimation Prospects, Newly Discovered, and Developed Properties

Atwater Consultants, Ltd.

New Orleans Geological Society

... of producible hydrocarbons (oil and/or gas) which is confined by impermeable rock and/or water barriers and is characterized by a single natural...


Deposition and Diagenesis of Marine Oncoids: Implications For Development of Carbonate Porosity

Chelsea L. Pederson, Donald F. McNeill, James S. Klaus, Peter K. Swart

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... the typical diagenetic progression of a humid shallow-water carbonate deposit (dissolution and formation of moldic porosity) has implications for skeletal...


The Geochemists Tool Box

Patrick Barnard, Ian Cutler, Helen Kerr

GEO ExPro Magazine

... rock the water column while bisnorhopane is thought to be related type and depositional conditions across the complex margins, to the intensity...


Deep Water Discharge: Key to Hydrocarbon and Mineral Deposits

W. H. Roberts, III

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

... could have important focusing effects. In general, the Figure 1. Volumetric Proportions of rock, water and hydrocarbons in a typical petroliferous...


Application of Common Contour Binning (CCB) and Back Propagation Neural Network (BPNN) for Oil Water Contact Prediction in Carbonate Reservoir (The Case Study at G404 Field)

Wahyu Tri Sutrisno, Septian Prahastudhi, Ayi Syaeful Bahri, Yulia Putri Wulandari

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... a transition zone. Furthermore, above the contact irreducible water adsorbed by the grains in the rock is retained together with immoveable oil...


Origin and Accumulation of Natural Gas

John D. Haun , George B. Lucas

AAPG Special Volumes

..., primarily methane, in subsurface waters of the Gulf Coast region. They found that in some cases the water was methane-saturated at the formation...


Relationship Between Paleotopography and the Thickness and Geochemistry of a Pennsylvanian Freshwater Limestone

E. G. Williams , R. E. Bergenback , J. N. Weber

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... of the major factors in controlling the composition and thickness of a chemical rock is water depth or the position of the water table. In areas of essentially...


Aquifer and Ferric Spring Deposits South of Miri, Sarawak: Impact on Facies Characterisation of Coastal Sediments

Franz L. Kessler, Eswaran Padmanabhan

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... that contain Fe-concretions or other forms of Fe accumulation. Representative rock and water samples were collected for evaluation, from the ISSN 0126–5539...


The Behavior of Zn2+ and Mn2+ During Carbonate Diagenesis: Theory and Applications: REPLY

Nicholas E. Pingitore, Jr.

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... the evolution of the rock-water system through time, and it segregates the alteration of high magnesium calcite and aragonite. This contradicts the model...


Porosity Creation in Carbonate Reservoirs by Pre-Oil Charging With Source-Rock-Derived Corrosive Fluids: 1D/3D-Reactive Mass Transport Modeling, #51166 (2015).

Wolfgang van Berk, Yunjiao Fu, Hans-Martin Schulz

Search and

... rock Water-rock-gas interactions lead to the formation of Acidic Corrosive Fluids (ACF) 0.60 -- - 9.0 • Calcite - Anorthite - Albite - K-feldspar...


Water Issues for Hot Dry Rock Geothermal Power Generation at Moomba

B. T. Armstrong, S. S. Rahman

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

...Water Issues for Hot Dry Rock Geothermal Power Generation at Moomba B. T. Armstrong, S. S. Rahman Water issues for hot dry rock geothermal power...




Williston Basin Symposium

... in Williston Basin formation waters for tracing petroleum migration pathways and for fingerprinting sources of contaminant water encountered...


Diagenesis of the Capitan Limestone, Upper Permian, Mckittrick Canyon, West Texas

Denise H. Mruk

Special Publications of SEPM

... the carbon composition reflects the distance from the source of light CO, at the meteoric recharge area and the amount of water-rock interaction between...


Dynamic Phenomena of Sediment Compaction in Matagorda County, Texas

Robert L. Myers , Dewitt C. Van Siclen

GCAGS Transactions

... water. Part of the weight of the rock frame is transferred to the water, thereby increasing its pressure; this increase is balanced by a corresponding...


Origin of Saline Springs in Cataract Canyon, Utah

Helen M. Nuckolls, Bryan L. McCulley

Four Corners Geological Society

... the Honaker Trail Formation in Cataract Canyon indicate that the springs have a large component of meteoric water and a small component of older, more...


Geochemical Analysis of Returned Treatment Waters (RTW) Associated With Shale Gas Production in the Appalachian Basin (USA) and Deep Basin (Canada): Potential Use of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and Oxygen Isotope Data for Assessing Water:Rock Ratios and Stimulated Rock Volume (SRV)

L. Taras Bryndzia, Mathew C. Fay

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

...:10.1016/j.apgeochem.2012.10.002. Kirste, D., 2000. Compositional variation in formation fluids and their relation to fluid flow and water-rock...


Fluids in Subsurface Environments

Jonh E. Galley

AAPG Special Volumes

... ... ultimately be based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the mutual relations of the rock-water-oil (or gas) complex. Petroleum being the subsurface...


Response of Hydrologic Systems to Waste Storage

John G. Ferris

AAPG Special Volumes

... components of surface and subsurface water occurrence from the land surface to the base of the zone of rock fracture, which is estimated generally at depths...


Kinetic Control of Morphology, Composition, and Mineralogy of Abiotic Sedimentary Carbonates: REPLY

R. Kevin Given, Bruce H. Wilkinson

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...., AND PIGOTT, J. D., 1984, In situ rock/water geochemistry of Holocene marine radial ooid environment, Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia...


Experimental Diagenesis of Gulf Coast Argillaceous Sediment

R. R. Hiltabrand , R. E. Ferrell , G. K. Billings

AAPG Bulletin

...+/Na+ ratios of formation waters in the Western Canada sedimentary basin have been derived from temperature-dependent rock-water reactions, coupled...


Isotopic and Elemental Evidence For Meteoric Alteration of A Pennsylvanian Phylloid-Algal Mound, Holder Formation, New Mexico, U.S.A.

Matthew S. Wasson, Kyger C. Lohmann

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., T.J., 1996, Meteoric water/rock ratios and the significance of sequence and parasequence boundaries in the Gobbler Formation (middle Pennsylvanian...


Beyond the Bad-Water Line„A Model for the Occurrence of Brackish Water in Upper Coastal Plain Aquifers in Texas

Stephen Z. Hoff Jr., Alan R. Dutton

GCAGS Journal

... flowing downdip from the aquifer’s recharge area and saline formation water moving updip from the geopressured zone in the deep Gulf of Mexico Basin...


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