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Published by VSP in Utrecht .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Rocks, Siliceous -- Congresses.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Tertiary -- Congresses.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Mesozoic -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesProceedings of the 29th International Geological Congress.
Statementeditors: A. Iijima, A.M. Abed and R.E. Garrison.
ContributionsIijima, A., Abed, A. M., Garrison, R. E.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE675 .I67 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 248 p. :
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21899310M
ISBN 109067641758

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Siliceous, phosphatic and glauconitic sediments of the Tertiary and Mesozoic On the chemical variability of phosphatic particles from Jordanian phosphorite deposits. AM Abed, K Fakhouri. Chemical Geology (), , Considering the relative duration of the Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic eras (about , , and 66 m.y., respectively), and the numbers of deltaic phosphorites reported for each era, the deltaic setting was apparently a more common site of phosphorite deposition in Cenozoic time than in Mesozoic . 「Siliceous, phosphatic and clauconitic sediments of the tertiary and mesozoic」を図書館から検索。カーリルは複数の図書館からまとめて蔵書検索ができるサービスです。. In Iijima, A., Abed A. M., and Garrison R. E. (eds.), Siliceous, Phosphatic and Glauconitic Sediments of the Tertiary and Mesozoic. Proceedings of the 29th International Geological Congress, Part C. Utrecht: VSP, pp. –

  In: Lijima A, Abed AM, Garrison RE (eds) Siliceous, Phosphatic and Glauconitic Sediments of the Tertiary and Mesozoic. Proc of the 29th Int Geol Cong, Part C, Kyoto, Japan, 24th August–3rd September , Utrecht, The Netherlands, pp – Phosphorites are rocks enriched in phosphorus relative to average crustal abundances, an enhancement usually expressed in terms of P 2 O 5 concentrations. Whereas the average P 2 O 5 content of continental crustal rocks is estimated as percent (Ronov and Yaroshevsky, ) and sedimentary rocks average – percent (McKelvey, ), rocks typically designated as phosphorites have.   Sedimentation and diagenesis in paleo-upwelling zones of epeiric sea and basinal settings: A comparison of the Cretaceous Mishash Formation of Israel and the Miocene Monterey Formation of California. In: A. Iijima, A.M. Abed and R. Garrison, (Editors), Siliceous, Phosphatic and Glauconitic Sediments in the Tertiary and Mesozoic. The size and morphology of the peloids are controlled by the bioclasts. The glauconite in both stratigraphic positions is K rich (> atoms p.f.u.) and shows well-defined 10 Aa lattice fringes. Poorly crystalline areas with a composition of Fe-smectite are found within the peloids, indicating the nature of the glauconitic precursor.

Kolodny, Y. and Garrison, R.E. () Sedimentation and diagenesis in paleo-upwelling zones of epeiric sea and basinal settings: A comparison of the Cretaceous Mishash Formation of Israel and the Miocene Monterey Formation of California, in A. Iijima, R.E. Garrison, and A.M. Abed (eds.) Proceedings of the 29th International Geological Congress Part C: Siliceous, phosphatic and glauconitic. The goal of this study is to investigate the formation and isotopic composition of phosphatic hardgrounds containing carbonate fluorapatite deposited in the Monterey Formation of California (John et al., ).We used conventional stable isotopic analysis (δ 13 C and δ 18 O), and for the first time the novel clumped isotope paleothermometer Δ 47 (Eiler, ) to determine the formation. Ajioka, T., Yamamoto, M., Murase, J. ()Branched and isoprenoid glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers in soils and lake/river sediments in the Lake Biwa basin, and implications for MBT/CBT proxies.   1. Introduction. A close relationship between iron minerals and francolite occurs in many modern and ancient phosphorites (Glenn, ; Glenn et al., a, Glenn et al., b), but glauconite is generally the dominant iron mineral present, forming a characteristic greensand-nodular phosphatic facies Neogene Fe-rich nodules occur in glauconitic sands.