Terrestrial Depositional Systems

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  • Author : Kate E. Zeigler
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 360 pages
  • ISBN : 0128032448
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Terrestrial Depositional Systems

Terrestrial Depositional Systems
  • Author : Kate E. Zeigler,William Parker
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 25 May 2017
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Terrestrial Depositional Systems: Deciphering Complexities through Multiple Stratigraphic Methods is the first collection of contributed articles that not only introduces young geoscientists to biostratigraphy, chemostratigraphy, magnetostratigraphy, and lithostratigraphy, but also provides seasoned practitioners with a standard reference that showcases the topic’s most recent developments in research and application. When studying complex depositional systems, scientists often need to rely on more than one stratigraphic technique to truly understand the sequence of historical events. Through a blend of specific analytical techniques,

Terrigenous Clastic Depositional Systems

Terrigenous Clastic Depositional Systems
  • Author : William E. Galloway,David K. Hobday
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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Nonrenewable energy resources, comprising fossil fuels and uranium, are not ran domly distributed within the Earth's crust. They formed in response to a complex array of geologic controls, notably the genesis of the sedimentary rocks that host most commercial energy resources. It is this genetic relationship between economic re sources and environment that forms the basis for this book. Our grouping of petro leum, coal, uranium, and ground water may appear to be incongruous or artificial. But our basic premise

Phanerozoic Phosphorite Depositional Systems

Phanerozoic Phosphorite Depositional Systems
  • Author : Jörg Trappe
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 17 September 1998
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The book presents a new and comprehensive model for the development of phosphate sediments. Starting with geochemistry and including new methods in sedimentology (sequence stratigraphy), it results in an interdisciplinary approach to a resource system covering all fields of phosphate geology. For researchers, teachers and students alike the book offers a complete overview of the whole field including case studies of major deposits.

Natural Resources Plutonic rocks and minerals deposits zirconium index

Natural Resources  Plutonic rocks and minerals deposits  zirconium  index
  • Author : Mark S. Coyne,Craig Willard Allin,McCrea Adams
  • Publisher : Salem PressInc
  • Release : 15 June 1998
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"This unique three-volume set brings together articles concerning natural resources and surrounding issues about their management. Written to provide traditional and more recent views on naturally occurring resources, their uses, economic benefits, and ecological ramifications of both use and retrieval in an easily understandable manner, it more than succeeds. Over 400 signed entries use charts, tables, and photographs to answer the basic what, when, where, why, and how questions. Specific minerals, organizations, historical events, and biographies are included as well as

Microbial Mats in Siliciclastic Depositional Systems Through Time

Microbial Mats in Siliciclastic Depositional Systems Through Time
  • Author : Nora Noffke,Henry Simon Chafetz
  • Publisher : Society of Economic Paleontolgists
  • Release : 15 June 2021
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This publication is the result of the SEPM Research Conference on Sandy Microbial Mats (modern and ancient), which was held from May 21-23, 2010, at Dinosaur Ridge, Denver, Colorado, USA. It presents peer reviewed individual case studies on microbial mats and on sedimentary structures (often called 'microbially induced sedimentary structures - MISS') that occur in modern and ancient marine and terrestrial environments. The conference brought together sedimentologists, microbiologists, and paleontologists from 30 countries and all five continents.