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  • Dynamics of closure of the Proto-Tethys Ocean: A ...

    2021-11-1 · The Paleozoic-Mesozoic strata consist of limestones, dolomites, shales, siltstones and sandstones. Among these, the Late Cambrian to Middle Ordovician sequences are mainly mudstones and sandstones with volcanic interlayers.

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  • Origin and evolution of Upper Triassic to Miocene clay ...

    2010-12-28 · dolomites as well as occasional marls, red sandstones and conglomerates occur (Upper Kimmeridgian). During the Portlandian grey and brown fossiliferous dolomitic limes­ tones and varicoloured marls were deposited. The basal part of the Lower Cretaceous succession is made up of oolithic limestones (Berriasian). These are overlain by dolomites

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  • GEOCHEMICAL BACKGROUND VALUES OF …

    2016-3-21 · The study area, located in the Northern Calcareous Alps, is dominated by folded Triassic limestones and dolomites with interbedded sandstones and marls. Evaporitic series show minor occurrences. Jurassic limestones and marls, followed by cretaceous sandstones and marls are the top members of the stratigraphic succession.

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  • sedimentary rock

    Limestones and dolomites. Limestones and dolomites are collectively referred to as carbonates because they consist predominantly of the carbonate minerals calcite (CaCO 3) and dolomite (CaMg[CO 3] 2).Almost all dolomites are believed to be …

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  • Integrated Data Enhance Dolomite Mapping

     · As dolomites are less ductile relative to limestones and sandstones, their porosity and permeability also are enhanced by fracturing. Additionally, as they are less reactive than calcites, dolomites are less likely to lose porosity with depth due to dissolution or re-precipitation.

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  • Surowce mineralne

    The most important, in terms of the output, are sedimentary rocks – limestones and dolomites (accounting for 41.97% of the total output) and sandstones (10.61%). Out of the igneous rocks the highest output is recorded for granite and basalt (26.99% of the total output).

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  • Vyacheslav PALCHIK | Researcher Grade A ( Assoc. …

    Descartes folium equation is used for the formulation of a relation between deformations of brittle rocks (basalts, chalks, dolomites, granites, limestones …

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  • KGS--Geological Log Analysis--Log Overlay Lithology

    The gamma-ray log is the first key to shales versus non-shales. Dolomites and sandstones (or cherts) will be distinctive because of the separation on the density and neutron porosity curves. Limestones will be recognized when the neutron and density curves overlay.

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  • GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

    2014-11-21 · shales, sandstones, limestones, and dolomites. They are divided into 8 formations which, in ascending order, are: the Grayling, the Toad, the Liard, the Charlie Lake and laterally equivalent Ludington, the Baldonnel, the Pardonet, and the Bocock. South of Peace River, the Baldonnel Formation is further divided into two ...

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  • Morphometric characteristics, shapes and provenance of ...

    Limestones, dolomites, and sandstones were identified as the major (>4%) and e usive magmatics in this alluvial aquifer system in Zagreb, with cherts and tu s as minor pebble lithologies (up to 4%). Their distributions mainly indicate distant Alpine provenance for carbonate pebbles (limestone and dolomite) and local

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  • Dolomite Rock

    Dolomite may precipitate out of aqueous solutions (sandstones with a dolomitic cement) and some dolomitic rocks are so-called primary dolomites. These were formed in lagoons where dolomite directly precipitates out of saline seawater, …

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  • Geotechnical Manual Wisconsin Department of …

    2017-4-4 · (Shultz, 1986) Limestones and dolomites often contain fossils of some of the sea creatures that existed at the time of the rock formation. Fluctuating conditions during formation created shaley zones or layers in some of the carbonate rocks. However, most of the carbonate rocks ... These Lake Superior sandstones, shales, and conglomerates are ...

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  • Classification of Sedimentary Rocks | Geography

    Dolomite Rock - Sedimentary Rocks - Sandatlas

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  • Geological history of Yorkshire

    2021-12-16 · The six stages of the Dinantian (early Mississippian) are based on mesothem cycles with calcareous shales and richly fossiliferous, sometimes bituminous limestones characteristic of the transgressive phase, and oolitic limestones, algal limestones, dolomites and in places sandstones, pebble beds and disconformities marking the regressive phase ...

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  • ELASTIC PROPERTIES AND POROSITY

    2001-1-30 · Sandstones 40% Limestones 40% Dolomites 40% Pumice 80% Chalks 65% Rock Salt 40% Cracked Igneous Rocks 5% Oceanic Basalts 20% Sintered Glass Beads 40% Glass Foam 90% 3. CRITICAL CONCENTRATION CONCEPT The critical porosity concept leads to the "critical concentration" concept used to describe the properties of sands with shale.

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  • Permian Rock

    Unconformably overlying the Al Watyah Formation in the KI-23 well is a fully marine deposit of limestones, dolomites, clays and fine-grained sandstones, comparable to the sequences in the Kasbah Leguine wells in Tunisia. This unit has been named the Bi''r al Jaja Formation.

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  • Metamorphic rocks

    Quartzo-feldspathic: formed from quartz-rich sandstones or felsic igneous rocks. These are characterised by high silicon and low iron and magnesium. They usually contain quartz, feldspars and micas - much like their original protoliths. Calcareous: formed from limestones and dolomites. These are composed of a large variety of calc-silicate ...

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  • Integrated Data Enhance Dolomite Mapping

    As dolomites are less ductile relative to limestones and sandstones, their porosity and permeability also are enhanced by fracturing. Additionally, as they are less reactive than calcites, dolomites are less likely to lose porosity with depth due to dissolution or re-precipitation.

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  • Surowce mineralne

    Limestones and dolomites form numerous deposits located in the area of Dolnośląskie, Łódzkie, Małopolskie, Śląskie and Świętokrzyskie Voivodeships, sandstones in the area of Dolnośląskie, Łódzkie, Małopolskie, Podkarpackie, Śląskie and Świętokrzyskie Voivodeships, whereas limestones, opokas and marls in the area of south ...

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  • PETROLEUM GEOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTION

    2004-11-29 · reservoir rocks are sandstones, limestones, or dolomites. Once oil and gas enter the reservoir rock, they are relatively free to move. Most reservoir rocks are initially saturated with saline groundwater. Saline ground water has a density of slightly more than 1.0 g/cm3. Because oil and gas are less dense than the

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  • IL6gui 1987-A TUNNEL HILL AREA Johnson and Pope …

    VALMEYERANSERIES /1^1iI Limestones,dolomites,sandstone,siltstone KINDERHOOKIANSERIES Shale UPPER Shale MIDDLE 1,1,1 I I iz. Limestones,dolomites,sandstones LOWER m Ift,^ Chert,limestones,dolomites NIAGARAN-CAYUGANSERIES /7/ ALEXANDRIANSERIES s CINCINNATIANSERIES 8,500 to 10,300 …

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  • Clastic sed. Rock

    2019-11-14 · sandstones, mudrocks, conglomerates + breccias limestones + dolomites, coal, phosphorites, chert ironstones, evaporites tephra (pyroclastic deposits), tuffs • Mudrocks (Section 3.4) are fine-grained with particles mostly less than 1 16 mm in diameter, and are dominated by clay minerals and silt-grade quartz. Many mudrocks are poorly bedded ...

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  • Geothermal energy resources in Poland – Overview of the ...

    In Poland, low-temperature geothermal resources occurs, related mainly to sedimentary rocks – sandstones, limestones, dolomites, rarely with igneous rocks (crystalline, volcanic). Depending on the hydrogeothermal parameters these resources may be used for different purposes: first of all for heating, but also for therapeutic and recreational ...

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  • brian and Lower and Middle Ordovician sandstones ...

    sandstones, dolomites, and limestones are regionally faulted and gently folded, with dips only locally exceeding 5°. Structural re-lations indicate that primary movement on the high-angle faults was earlier than Ta-conic thrusting, though minor post …

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  • Geological Considerations In Tunnelling

    Ø Rocks falling in this group include granites, diorites, syenites, gabbros, basalts and all the related igneous rocks, sandstones, limestones, dolomites, quartzites, arkose, greywackes and the like from sedimentary group and marbles, gneisses, quartzites, phyllites and slates from the metamorphic groups.

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  • Worldwide distribution of continental rock lithology ...

    eolian, fluvial and marine sandy sediments not carbonated: mainly sands, sandstones and conglomerates: Shales: clastic and argilaceous sediments of various origin, not or poorly carbonated: clays, clay-shales, evaporites, … Carbonate rocks: all rocks with more than 50% of carbonate minerals: mainly limestones, marls, dolomites and metamorphic ...

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  • PETROLOGY OF SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

    2009-2-2 · sections on siliciclastic rocks (sandstones, shales, conglomerates) and carbonate rocks (limestones and dolomites), it also discusses evaporites, cherts, iron-rich sedimentary rocks, phosphorites, and carbonaceous sedimentary rocks such as oil shales. This Second Edition maintains the fundamental structure of the original book, and

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  • Geological Factors Influencing Porosity Estimates From ...

    However, if the dolomites are impure, the porosity-travel time relation does not differ appreciably from that for limestone. The velocity log tends to give pessimistic porosity estimates in the case of vuggy carbonates, especially if the vugs are large. Statistical travel time-porosity relations were computed for Paleozoic limestones and dolomites.

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  • Classification of Sedimentary Rocks | Geography

    2021-12-17 · Sandstones, limestones, dolomites and chalk are the most important examples of marine argillaceous sedimentary rocks. (ii) Lacustrine argillaceous sedimentary rocks are formed due to depo­sition and consolidation of sediments in Lake Environ­ment. Generally, the sediments are deposited at the floor of the lakes.

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