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H.E. Cook,P. Enos
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SEPM Publications,U.S.; First edition. edition (December 1977)
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Information from the original printed Concepts in Sedimentology and Paleontology .

Information from the original printed Concepts in Sedimentology and Paleontology This book is published with funds from the SEPM Foundation In. including the Bruce H. Harlton Publications fund made possible by Allan P. Benniston. Camera-ready by E. van Bentum, Amsterdam Printed in the United States of America. Sequence stratigraphy of the C factory in deep-water environments M factory.

The carbonate factory depends on the type of carbonate producers which, in turn, depends mainly on physiography and environment. These parameters control photosynthesis rates, depth, and proximity to the sea surface, for example. In the center of the ISB, carbonate aggradation resulted in the formation of isolated carbonate platforms separated by deeper water seaways and interplatform areas.

Cook, H. and P. Enos (eds. ), 1977, Deep-Water Carbonate Environments. Society for Sedimentary Geology Special Publication 25, Tulsa, Okla. Cook, H. A. C. Hine, and H. T. Mullins, 1983, Platform Margin and Deepwater Carbonates. Short Course 12, Society for Sedimentary Geology, Tulsa, Okla. Decima, . J. McKenzie, and B. Schreiber, 1988, The origin of evaporative limestones: An example from the Messinian of Sicily (Italy). Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 58:256–72.

Deep-water Carbonate Environments; doi:10. by Society for Sedimentary Geology. in Deep-water Carbonate Environments. Comparison of continental slope and shelf environments in the upper cambrian and lowest ordovician of nevada. Harry E. Cook, Michael E. Taylor, Paul Enos. Published: 1 January 1977. Deep-water Carbonate Environments pp 83-112; doi:10.

Thomas J. M. Schopf, "Deep-Water Carbonate Environments. H. E. Cook, P. Enos," The Journal of Geology 86, no. 6 (No. 1978): 774-774.

Deep water carbonates: build-ups, turbidites, debris flows and chalks. Modern temperate water and warm water shelf carbonate sediments contrasted. Concepts in Sedimentology and Paleontology. Society of Sedimentary Geology (SEPM) Core Workshop, 6, 527 . oogle Scholar. Marine Geology, 13, 1767–1773. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Little, C. Herrington, R. Maslennikov, V. Morris, N. and Zaykov, V. 1997. Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), 8, 20. Schneidermann, . and Harris, P. (ed., 1985.

Late Jurassic Magmatism and Stratigraphy in the Eastern Sakarya Zone, Turkey: Evidence for the Slab Breakoff of Paleotethyan Oceanic Lithosphere. Dokuz et al. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637.

Schlager, . 2005, Carbonate sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy: SEPM Concepts in. .

This book has been an essential contribution providing an advanced introduction to carbonate sedimentology and diagenesis, supported by a wealth of case studies from the geological record from marine to lacustrine settings.

and Enos, . ed. Deep-Water Carbonate Environments : SEPM Spec. Carbonate Diagenesis and Porosity : Amsterdam, Elsevier, Developments in Sedimentology 46, 1989. Paleokarst : Berlin, Springer, 1988. Peryt, . Coated Grains : Berlin, Springer, 1983. and Harris, . Carbonate Cements : SEPM Spec. Shukla, . and Baker, . Sedimentology and Geochemistry of Dolostones : SEPM Spec. Carbonate Facies in Geologic History.

TITLE: Sedimentology and Ichnology of Upper Montney Formation Tight Gas Reservoir, Northeastern British . The depositional environments interpreted for the Montney Formation in the study area are lower shoreface through proximal offshore to distal offshore settings.

TITLE: Sedimentology and Ichnology of Upper Montney Formation Tight Gas Reservoir, Northeastern British Columbia, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. AUTHORS: Edwin I. Egbobawaye. Rock-Eval data (hydrogen Index and Oxygen Index) shows that Montney sediments contains mostly gas prone Type III/IV with subordinate Type II kerogen, TOC ranges from . 9 - . 4 wt% with a rare spike of 1. wt% TOC along the Montney/Doig boundary.