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Carbonate Cementation in Sandstones: Distribution Patterns and Geochemical Evolution (Special Publication 26 of the IAS)

Sadoon Morad (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-632-04777-2
528 pages
August 1998, Wiley-Blackwell
Carbonate Cementation in Sandstones: Distribution Patterns and Geochemical Evolution (Special Publication 26 of the IAS) (0632047771) cover image
Carbonate cements are very common and abundant in clastic sequences. They profoundly influence the quality of hydrocarbon reservoirs and supply important information on palaeoenvironments and the chemical composition and flow patterns of fluids in sedimentary basins. Despite this importance, their distribution patterns in time and space and their geochemical evolution are not yet deeply explored and elucidated. This Special Publication contains 21 review papers and case studies on carbonate cementation in clastic sequences written by invited specialists on the subject. These papers present a wide and deep coverage that enhance our knowledge about carbonate cementation in various clastic depositional environments, tectonic settings and burial histories. The book will be of special interest to researchers, petroleum geologists and teachers and students at the postgraduate level.

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Carbonate cementation in sandstones: controls on distribution patterns and geochemical evolution.

Origin and spatial distribution of early vadose and phreatic calcite cements in the Zia Formation, Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico, USA.

Carbonate diagenesis and porosity evolution in sheet-flood sandstones: evidence from the Middle and Lower Lunde Members (Triassic) in the Snorre Field, Norwegian North Sea.

Carbonate diagenesis in non-marine foreland sandstones at the western edge of the Alleghanian Overthrust Belt, southern Appalachians.

Paleogeographic, paleoclimatic and burial-history controls on the diagenetic evolution of reservoir sandstones: evidence from the Lower Cretaceous Serraria sandstones in Sergipe-Alagoas Basin, NE Brazil.

Carbonate cements in the Tertiary sandstones of the Swiss Molasse Basin: their petrography, isotope geochemistry and relevance to paleohydrodynamic reconstruction.

Carbonate cement in the Triassic Chaunoy Formation of the Paris Basin: distribution and effect on flow properties.

Calcite cement in shallow marine sandstones-growth mechanisms and geometry.

Origin of low-permeability calcite-cemented lenses in shallow-marine sandstones and CaCO3 cementation mechanisms: an example from the Lower Jurassic Luxemburg Sandstone Formation, Luxemburg.

Geochemical history of calcite precipitation in Tertiary sandstones, Northern Apennines, Italy.

Diagenetic evolution of synorogenic hybrid and lithic arenites (Miocene), northern Apennines, Italy.

Carbonate cementation in Tertiary sandstones, San Joaquin Basin, California.

Carbonate cementation in the Middle Jurassic Oseberg reservoir sandstones, Oseberg field: a case study of late diagenetic-high temperature poikilotopic calcite.

Origin and timing of carbonate cementation of the Namorado Sandstone (Cretaceous), Albacora Field, Brazil: implications for oil recovery.

Structural controls on seismic-scale carbonate cementation in hydrocarbon-bearing Jurassic fluvial and marine sandstones from Australia: a comparison.

Carbonate cementation - key to reservoir properties of four sandstone level (Cretaceous) in Hibernia Oilfield, Jeane d'Arc Basin, Newfoundland, Canada.

The significance of d13C of carbonate cements in reservoir sandstones: a regional perspective from the Jurassic of the Northern North Sea.

Origin and significance of fracture-related dolomite in porous sandstones: an example from the Carboniferous of County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

Saddle (baroque) dolomite in carbonates and sandstones: a reappraisal of a burial-diagenetic concept.

Application of quantitative back-scattered electron image analysis in isotopic interpretation of siderite cement: Tirrawarra Sandstone, Cooper Basin (Australia).

Carbonate cement dissolution during a cyclic CO2 enhanced oil recovery treatment.

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"This volume gives a good overview of the "state of the art" in sandstone diagenesis. It should be a useful text for researchers dealing with sandstone diagenesis." (Journal of Sedimentary Research)
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