Sedimentary Structures and Early Diagenetic Features of Shallow Marine Carbonate Deposits

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Sedimentary Structures and Early Diagenetic Features of Shallow Marine Carbonate Deposits

SEPM Atlas 1

Robert V. Demicco, Lawrence A. Hardie

Publication date: 1994
Series: Atlas

Sedimentary structures remain a foundation for interpreting most ancient depositional environments. The product of physical, biological, or chemical processes either during or following deposition, they almost uniquely attest in the stratigraphic record to these processes.

ISBN 978-1-56576-013-4
eISBN 978-1-56576-275-6

Title information

Sedimentary structures remain a foundation for interpreting most ancient depositional environments. The product of physical, biological, or chemical processes either during or following deposition, they almost uniquely attest in the stratigraphic record to these processes. Most sedimentary structures are sufficiently complex as to defy communication by other than visual representation. Our ability to effectively utilize structures depends in large part on the visual images that we retain. An atlas with high-quality photographs can be a fundamental resource.

Pages: 270
Publisher: SEPM
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