Sedimentology (2012) 59, 1–31 doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3091.2011.01293.x Equatorial carbonates: an earth systems approach MOYRA E.J. WILSON Department of Applied Geology, Curtin University, GPO Box U1987, Perth, Western Australia 6845, Australia (E-mail: [email protected]) Associate Editor Tracy Frank ABSTRACT The hypothesis here is that an earth systems ‘processes to products
Cenozoic equatorial carbonate production was at its most extensive and diverse in the seas of Southeast Asia, yet the carbonates of this region remain poorly documented.
The hypothesis here is that an earth systems ‘processes to products’ approach can be used to better develop predictive models for the recognition and assessment of under‐evaluated equatorial
Siliciclastic and volcaniclastic influences on equatorial carbonates: Insights from the Neogene of Indonesia Article in Sedimentology 49(3):583 601 · June 2002 with 199 Reads How we measure 'reads'
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The Tonasa Carbonate Platform is unusual among syntectonic platforms in that initial wide- spread platform sedimentation was segmented by CONCLUSIONS faults, and both tilt- and horst-block platforms developed on a variety of scales. The main tilt- This study allows the construction of a facies block platform had a segmented, faulted, northern
Unravelling the depositional origins and diagenetic alteration of carbonate breccias. The study also contributes to the understanding of diagenesis and development of carbonate systems in humid equatorial and tropical environments as well as the development of carbonates in tectonically complex settings of SE Asia. Insight from this work may contribute to the study of regional analogues
2014-07-01· The Indo-Pacific marine biodiversity hotspot originated between the late Eocene and the early Miocene. Its origin coincides with an increase in availability of shallow-marine habitats driven by the opening of the South China Sea and the collision of Australia with
The influence of coeval tectonics on carbonate platformdevelopment is widely documented, yet the diagenesis of such syntectonic platforms is barely evaluated. An outcrop, petrographic and geochemical study details here for the first time the
2013-03-15· The diagenesis and development of open marine Tertiary carbonate platforms from the humid equatorial tropics of SE Asia are relatively well documented, since many comprise hydrocarbon reservoirs in the subsurface (Epting, 1980, Fulthorpe and Schlanger, 1989, Grötsch and Mercadier, 1999, Wilson and Hall, 2010).However the diagenetic variability across
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 281 (2009) 25–42 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology j o u r n a l h o m e p a g e : w w w. e l s ev i e r. c o m / l o c a t e / p a l a e o Marine biota response to clastic sediment inﬂux: A quantitative approach Stephen W. Lokier a,⁎, Moyra E.J. Wilson b,⁎, Lisa M. Burton
2009-10-01· This paper provides quantitative data on the effects of siliciclastic and volcaniclastic sediment influx on Cenozoic carbonate producing biota from three locations that formed in different shallow-water environments in a variety of tectonic settings ().The Neogene Wonosari Formation of south Java, Indonesia accumulated as a large-scale carbonate platform affected
The variability in low to moderate energy carbonate platform margins is poorly known from the geological record. Here, the spatial and temporal evolution of platform margin and adjacent basinal deposits is evaluated from the little known Tertiary Kedango Limestone that developed in a semi-enclosed marine embayment in SE Asia.
Unravelling the depositional origins and diagenetic alteration of carbonate breccias. The study also contributes to the understanding of diagenesis and development of carbonate systems in humid equatorial and tropical environments as well as the development of carbonates in tectonically complex settings of SE Asia. Insight from this work may contribute
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A review of Mahakam Delta data using a similar approach also suggests that carbonaceous mudrocks may be more important volumetrically in sourcing the oils than the coals. The correlation between the Early Miocene coaly mudrocks and oils with a typical SE Asian paralic signature within the Southern Nam Con Son Basin, offshore south Vietnam, is
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Middle Triassic carbonate ramp systems in the Catalan Basin, northeast Spain: facies, systems tracts, sequences and controls F. Calvet, M. E. Tucker and J. M. Henton 109 Stages in the evolution of late Triassic and Jurassic carbonate platforms: the western margin of the Subalpine Basin (
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The next three chapters deal with fossil faunas and floras, organized by age. Biostratigraphy is the main tool for age determinations of sedimentary rocks, and good age control is obviously critical for all geology interpretation. In addition, fossil assemblages provide information on depositional environments and
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