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Models and stratigraphy of mid-Cretaceous reef communities, Gulf of Mexico

Robert William Scott

Models and stratigraphy of mid-Cretaceous reef communities, Gulf of Mexico

by Robert William Scott

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Published by SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) in Tulsa, Okla .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico, Gulf of.
    • Subjects:
    • Coral reefs and islands -- Mexico, Gulf of.,
    • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMid-Cretaceous reefs.
      StatementRobert W. Scott.
      SeriesConcepts in sedimentology and paleontology ;, v. 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE565 .S26 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 102 p. :
      Number of Pages102
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1974563M
      ISBN 100918985838
      LC Control Number90214984

      Scott, R.W., a, Mesozoic biota and depositional systems of the Gulf of Mexico-Caribbean region, in Westerrnmann, G.E.G., ed., Jurassic-Cretaceous biochronology and paleogeography of North America: Geological Association of Canada, Special Pa p. Scott, Robert W. b, Evolution of Early Cretaceous reefs in the Gulf of Mexico.   Figure after Droz et al that designates the correlations between Zai¨Ango seismic data, Site of ODP Leg (Shipboard Scientific Party, b; Wefer et al., , ) and seismic stratigraphy proposed by Uenzelmann-Neben et al. (). The Axial and Southern Fans are in homogeneous gray tones, while the three main channel/levee complexes of the Northern Fan are .

      The Cretaceous (/ k r ɪ ˈ t eɪ. ʃ ə s /, krih-TAY-shəs) is a geological period that lasted from about to 66 million years ago (mya). It is the third and final period of the Mesozoic Era, as well as the name is derived from the Latin creta, "chalk".It is usually abbreviated K, for its German translation Kreide.. The Cretaceous was a period with a relatively warm climate Mean atmospheric CO content over period duration: . Models and Stratigraphy of Mid-Cretaceous Reef Communities, Gulf of Mexico (CSP2), Realm paralleled the equator and was divided into at least two provinces: the Mediterranean and the Carib-.

      Abstract. The magnitude and timing of a mid-Cretaceous sea level fall have been documented on the margins of the Gulf of Mexico in east Texas. Analysis of seismic, log, and paleontologic data from east Texas demonstrates that a fall of 60 to m occurred at the end of Washita (mid-Cenomanian) time. The SE Spanish model consequently documents the possibility for Orbitolina episodes to represent short but major breaks in the temporal and spatial evolution of Mid Cretaceous carbonate platforms. Acknowledgements The authors thank A. Arnaud-Vanneau and R.W. Scott for constructive and helpfull on this by:


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Models and stratigraphy of mid-Cretaceous reef communities, Gulf of Mexico by Robert William Scott Download PDF EPUB FB2

Community structure of Gulf Coast reefs changed significantly during the Albian. Paleoecologic analyses of cores and outcrops of these reefs document the taxonomic composition, the relative abundances, and the diversity of reefal paleocommunities. Reefal-community structure differed between open-sea shelf margins and ramps around intrashelf basins.

The Cretaceous carbonate platform that encircles the modern Gulf of Mexico is one of the largest and long-lived reef tracts in the history of the Earth.

During the past 25 years, numerous boreholes have penetrated these Cretaceous reefs, providing an enormous database on reef communities. Models and stratigraphy of mid-Cretaceous reef communities, Gulf of Mexico. Tulsa, Okla.: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert William Scott.

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Community structure of Gulf Coast reefs changed significantly during the Albian. Paleoecologic analyses of cores and outcrops of these reefs document the taxonomic composition, the /5(2). The Geological Society offers grades of membership for every stage of your career, from student to retirement.

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The new stratigraphic model is useful for predicting facies architecture in other analogous reef complexes, such as those elsewhere in the Gulf of Mexico and in the Middle East; its tie to. The Main Pass Block Field, northeastern Gulf of Mexico, produces oil from mid-Cretaceous carbonate reservoirs at 8, to 8, feet.

The field is located on Main Pass Blocks and and is situated along the present-day continental shelf margin, which closely approximates the shelfedge during Early Cretaceous : Marcello Badalí.

These outcrops have long served as the most accessible depositional model (KellumMuirBonetGriffith et al. ), and, recently, as a diagenetic model (Aguayo ), for the spectacular oil-producing trend of the Golden Lane. Diagenesis of Mid-Cretaceous Rudist Reefs, Valles Platform, Mexico.

In: Schroeder J.H., Purser B Cited by: The Main Pass Block Field, northeastern Gulf of Mexico, produces oil from mid-Cretaceous carbonate reservoirs at 8, to 8, feet. The field is located on Main Pass Blocks and and. Models for Carbonate Stratigraphy from Miocene Reef Complexes of Mediterranean Regions (SEPM Concepts in Sedimentology & Paleontology 5) Models and stratigraphy of mid-Cretaceous reef communities, Gulf of Mexico (Concepts in Sedimentology & Paleontology 2) A search query can be a title of the book, a name of the author, ISBN or anything.

sequence stratigraphy. sequence stratigraphy is the analysis of sedimentary deposits in a time-stratigraphic context. It usually involves subdividing a sedimentary basin fill into individual sequence s of deposition (hence the name), which can then be linked to changes in the two fundamental parameters of sediment supply and accommodation (the amount of space available for deposition).

Abstract. Cretaceous transgressions left marine deposits over wide areas of Tethys, from which it is possible to develop paleogeographic maps depicting the configuration and extent of marine and continental paleoenvironments, including oceanic seafloor and structural by: Models and Stratigraphy of Mid-Cretaceous Reef Communities, Gulf of Mexico R.

Scott This study contributes data as well as models for understanding processes of carbonate platforms and community changes and clarifies current discussions regarding the evolution of Cretaceous reefal communities. Data is provided in the form of maps, logs and charts for. Sequence stratigraphy of the Miocene section, southern Gulf of Mexico Article in Marine and Petroleum Geology 86 June with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Scott RW () Models and stratigraphy of Mid-Cretaceous reef communities, Gulf of Mexico. SEPM Concepts Sedimentol Paleontol 2: 1– Google Scholar Senowbari-Daryan B, Zühlke R, Bechstädt T, Flügel E () Anisian (Middle Triassic) buildups of the northern Dolomites (Italy): the recovery of reef communities after the Permian/Triassic Cited by: Stratigraphy and facies analysis of the Upper Cretaceous Abu Roash Formation in Abu Roash area, Giza, Egypt / Models and stratigraphy of mid-Cretaceous reef communities, Gulf of Mexico.

The formation of the Gulf of Mexico, an oceanic rift basin located between North America and the Yucatan Block, was preceded by the breakup of the Supercontinent Pangaea in the Late-Triassic, weakening the g between the North and South American plates continued in the Early-Jurassic, approximately million years ago, and formation of the Gulf of Mexico, including.

Examination of the stratigraphic architecture of Oxfordian reefs in the northeast U.S. Gulf Coast and the eastern Paris Basin, France affords a comparison of mixed coral-algal sponge reefs versus.

Cantú-Chapa A. And Landeros-Flores R, The Cretaceous-Paleocene Boundary in the Subsurface Campeche Shelf, Southern Gulf of Mexico in C.

Bartolini, R. Buffler, and Cantú-Chapa A., eds., The Western Gulf of Mexico Basin: Tectonics, Sedimentary Cited by: 2. @article{osti_, title = {Early-mid-Cretaceous evolution in Tethyan reef communities and sea level}, author = {Scott, R.W.}, abstractNote = {The replacement of corals by rudists in Early Cretaceous reefal communities spanned a m.y.

period when sea level rose and drowned continental shelves. During this time corals formed communities in the deeper parts of reefs and rudists occupied. Facies of sunken early cretaceous atoll reefs and their capping Late Albian drowning succession (Northwestern Pacific) Evolution of Early Cretaceous reefs in the Gulf of Mexico.—Palaeontographica Americana,54, – R.W.

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