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Carbonate Sedimentology and Petrology by Maurice E. Tucker

By Maurice E. Tucker

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Published via the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Short classes in Geology Series.

This quantity assumes a common wisdom of carbonate mineralogy in addition to a familiarity with the final rules of sedimentology and makes a speciality of particular types of carbonate deposition and diagenesis. the final precept of uniformity of approach is principally commonly utilized in carbonate sedimentology. The editors hence concentration first on types in keeping with glossy settings. the appliance of those types to old carbonates completes the amount.

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The occurrence of reefs and Mostly reef on case for much of oceans today, the Phanerozoic. this developed to later in shelf skeletal reefs. margin settings, some zonation (Hoffmann, developed in a series of well-defined stages in which stromatolites different growth forms (Cecile and Campbell, had 1978). Althoughthere has beenmuchstudy of Although we see a full spectrumof reef-building the similar exhibit excellent lateral 1974) while others clearly events are indicated by arrows. organisms in the tropical Reefs and in terms of morphology were surprisingly closely, but not of skeletal mounds throughout the Phanerozoic is plotted Figure 4-1, and the times of major extinction not of Fossil Precambrianstromatolites, muchless attention has was been paid The or critical element that is often missing, and without which the four stages of development in the reef core cannot occur, is the presence of skeletal metazoans that secrete large robust, branching, hemispherical or tabular skeletons.

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