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In past times decade, paintings on cool-water carbonates has improved to turn into a mainstream examine region. reviews on sleek and Quaternary deposits will remain vital; even though, there's expanding momentum in the direction of unravelling sediment strategies, biota–sediment interactions and diagenetic items in Cenozoic and older cool-water carbonates. Many contributions during this publication record Cenozoic and Quaternary carbonates from landlocked (microtidal) water-bodies. those carbonates show vital ameliorations in biota and upholstery distributions compared to international ocean examples. for that reason, the medical neighborhood is now greater positioned to reinterpret pre-Tertiary carbonates the place there's a suspicion that they've built lower than microtidal stipulations. a few papers within the booklet offer new methods to studying environmental switch inside macrotidal regimes and others lay enterprise foundations for destiny cool-water carbonate diagenetic learn. the purpose of the e-book is to demonstrate contemporary foreign contributions to cool-water carbonates study, with an emphasis on Neogene and up to date case experiences. Contributions are divided into 3 sections: microtidal carbonates from the Mediterranean realm; macrotidal examples from New Zealand, Australia and Mexico; and early diagenetic fabrics.Also on hand: Geometry and Petrogenesis of Dolomite Hydrocarbon Reservoirs - ISBN 1862391661 The Palynology And Micropalaeontology of barriers - ISBN 1862391602 Carbonate Platform structures: parts and Interactions - ISBN 1862390746

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Eds) 2006. Cool-WaterCarbonates: Depositional Systems and Palaeoenvironmental Controls. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 255, 35-52. 00 © The Geological Society of London 2006. 36 D. BASSI E T A L . (Cherchi et al. 2000). These coarse deposits pass trough-ward and upward to shallow-marine tuffaceous sandstones mixed with terrigenous/carbonate sandy/pebbly deposits, followed by rhodalgal rudstones that formed large trough-ward prograding sedimentary wedges (Cherchi et al. 2000).

2005). According to field observations and detailed 3D reconstruction performed by Vigorito et al. (2005), the Isili Channel ran NW-SE in its proximal reaches and sharply deflected to the SSE in its medial and distal reaches (Figs 2, 4, 10). The Isili Channel fill sequence is, on average, 80 m thick and can be divided vertically into two complexes (Channel Complex A and B). These channel complexes include several partly nested channel-units which represent different fill stages. Channel Complex A sequences reveal an oyster bank of a few metres in thickness at the base, well exposed along the river banks of the Riu Corrigas; it rests paraconformably on tuffaceous sandstones (Fig.

Barnacles, echinoids, small benthic foraminifera and coralline algae are also abundant. Upward in the succession, coarse sands with microconglomerate lenses intercalate into the first calcareous strata, which underlie a succession of 180 m of pure skeletal limestones. Repeated and complex reddened surfaces and, in some cases, well-developed bored hardgrounds as well as oyster banks made up of autochthonous/ parautochthonous shell concentrations occur. The sediment appears to have been colonized locally and, at intervals, progressively by the thick-shelled oysters and, to a lesser extent, by corals that preserve their original living position.

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