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Linking Diagenesis to Sequence Stratigraphy

Linking Diagenesis to Sequence Stratigraphy

Sadoon Morad (Editor), Marcelo Ketzer (Editor), Luis F. de Ros (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-118-48534-7

May 2013, Wiley-Blackwell

536 pages

Description

Sequence stratigraphy is a powerful tool for the prediction of depositional porosity and permeability, but does not account for the impact of diagenesis on these reservoir parameters. Therefore, integrating diagenesis and sequence stratigraphy can provide a better way of predicting reservoir quality.

This special publication consists of 19 papers (reviews and case studies) exploring different aspects of the integration of diagenesis and sequence stratigraphy in carbonate, siliciclastic, and mixed carbonate-siliciclastic successions from various geological settings. This book will be of interest to sedimentary petrologists aiming to understand the distribution of diagenesis in siliciclastic and carbonate successions, to sequence stratigraphers who can use diagenetic features to recognize and verify interpreted key stratigraphic surfaces, and to petroleum geologists  who wish to develop more realistic conceptual models for the spatial and temporal distribution of reservoir quality.

This book is part of the International Association of Sedimentologists (IAS) Special Publications.

The Special Publications from the IAS are a set of thematic volumes edited by specialists on subjects of central interest to sedimentologists. Papers are reviewed and printed to the same high standards as those published in the journal Sedimentology and several of these volumes have become standard works of reference.

Preface vii

Linking diagenesis to sequence stratigraphy: an integrated tool for understanding and predicting reservoir quality distribution 1
S. MORAD, J.M. KETZER and L.F. DE ROS

The occurrence of glaucony in the stratigraphic record: distribution patterns and sequence-stratigraphic significance 37
ALESSANDRO AMOROSI

Sequence architecture and palaeoclimate controls on diagenesis related to subaerial exposure of icehouse cyclic Pennsylvanian and Permian carbonates 55
GOVERT J.A. BUIJS and ROBERT H. GOLDSTEIN

Sequence stratigraphic influence on regional diagenesis of a mixed carbonate-siliciclastic passive margin, Eocene, N.C., USA 81
BRIAN P. COFFEY

Stratigraphic controls on the distribution of diagenetic processes, quality and heterogeneity of fluvial-aeolian reservoirs from the Recôncavo Basin, Brazil 105
LUIZ FERNANDO DE ROS and CLAITON M. S. SCHERER

Diagenesis at exposure surfaces in a transgressive systems tract in a third order sequence (Lower Carboniferous, Belgium) 133
A. SMEESTER, P MUCHEZ, R. SWENNEN and E. KEPPENS

Diagenetic and epigenetic mineralization in  Central Europe related to surfaces and depositional systems of sequence stratigraphic relevance 151
HARALD DILL

Distribution and petrography of concretionary carbonate in a falling-stage delta-front sandstone succession: Upper Cretaceous Panther Tongue Member, Book Cliffs, Utah 183
PHILIP G. MACHENT, KEVIN G. TAYLOR, JOE H.S. MACQUAKER and JIM D. MARSHALL

Dolomite-rich Condensed Sections in Overbank Deposits of Turbidite Channels: the Eocene Hecho Group, south-central Pyrenees, Spain 207
R. MARFIL, H. MANSURBEG,  D. GARCIA, M.A. CAJA, E. REMACHA, S. MORAD, A. AMOROSI and J-P. NYSTUEN

An integrated stratigraphic, petrophysical, geochemical and geostatistical approach to the understanding of burial diagenesis: Triassic Sherwood Sandstone Group, South Yorkshire, UK 231
J.M. MCKINLEY, A.H. RUFFELL and R.H WORDEN

Geochemical evidence for meteoric diagenesis and cryptic surfaces of subaerial exposure in Upper Ordovician peritidal carbonates from the Nashville Dome, central Tennessee, U.S.A. 257
L. BRUCE RAILSBACK, KAREN M. LAYOU, NOEL A. HEIM, STEVEN M. HOLLAND, M.L. TROGDON, M.B. JARRETT, GABRIEL M. IZSAK, DANIEL E. BULGER, ERIC J. WYSONG, KENTON J. TRUBEE, J.M. FISER, JULIA E. COX and DOUGLAS E. CROWE

Distribution of Diagenetic Alterations in Relationship to Depositional Facies and Sequence Stratigraphy of Wave- and Tide-Dominated Siliciclastic Shoreline Complex: Upper Cretaceous Chimney Rock Sandstones, Wyoming and Utah, USA 271
KHALID AL-RAMADAN, SADOON MORAD and PIRET PLINK-BJÖRKLUND

Linking Diagenesis and Porosity Preservation vs. Destruction to Sequence Stratigraphy of Gas Condensate Reservoir Sandstones, the Jauf Formation (Lower to Middle Devonian), Eastern Saudi Arabia. 297
KHALID AL-RAMADAN, SADOON MORAD, A. KENT NORTON and MICHAEL HULVER

Petrographic, stable isotope and fluid inclusion characteristics of the Viking sandstones: implications for sequence stratigraphy, Bayhurst area, SW Saskatchewan, Canada 337
C. WALZ, G. CHI and P.K. PEDERSEN

Diagenetic alterations related to falling stage and lowstand systems tracts of shelf, slope and basin floor sandstones (Eocene Central Basin, Spitsbergen) 353
H. MANSURBEG, S. MORAD, P. PLINK-BJÖRKLUND, M.A.K. El-GHALI, M.A. CAJA and R. MARFIL

Diagenetic controls on porosity preservation in lowstand oolitic and crinoidal carbonates, Mississippian, Kansas and Missouri, USA 379
MATTHEW E. RITTER and ROBERT H. GOLDSTEIN

Diagenetic Salinity Cycles: A link between carbonate diagenesis and sequence stratigraphy 407
A.E. CSOMA and R. H. GOLDSTEIN

Linkages between tapho-diagenesis and sequence stratigraphy in cool-water limestones from a Pliocene forearc seaway, New Zealand 445
VINCENT CARON, CAMPBELL S. NELSON and PETER J. J. KAMP

Recognition and significance of paludal dolomites: Late Mississippian, Kentucky, USA 477
A.J. BARNETT, V. P. WRIGHT and S.F. CROWLEY

Index 501