Carbonate Rock Sequences from the Cretaceous of Texas: San by Clyde H. Moore, Don G. Bebout

By Clyde H. Moore, Don G. Bebout

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Published by means of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Field journey Guidebooks Series.

This consultant e-book relies on a box seminar, given semiannually seeing that 1976, for the yankee organization of Petroleum Geologists. The purpose has been to exploit the vintage carbonate platform series of the reduce Cretaceous to introduce members to the pleasures and frustrations of shallow-marine, carbonate sedimentation and diagenesis. The seminar has been reinforced immeasurably through the advent of correct subsurface fabric and workouts via Don Bebout. the next contributors assisted within the guidance of the manuscript: Marlene Moore acted as editor; Dana Maxfield published the pictures; James Kennedy and Mary Lee Eggert ready the figures. We needs to recognize the endurance and self assurance proven through the IGC box journey Committee, and specifically to Juergen Reinhardt, for permitting a substantial closing date extension because of own conditions and former commitments.

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5 Fossiliferous micrite; with scattered mollusc fragments; nodules compressed. Clayey biomicrite (marl); with E. texana, G. ~nt mollusc fragments; fo~ms ~istinctive brown b ",nl. on the outcrop. : E1ucronata almost exclusively, with 10-150/0 micrite matrix. 8 Shell-fragment biomicrite; with scattered E. texana, clams and abundant mollusc fragments. 0 Clayey fossiliferous micrite (marl); with abundant Oxytropidoceras sp. at the base; poorly exposed. 1 Shell-fragment biomicrite; with mollusc fragments; poorly exposed .

Stratigraphic cross section of the Fredericksburg Group from the Central Texas Platform into the East Texas Basin. Reprinted with Permission from Moore, 1964. T376: 32 COMPOSITE STRATIGRAPHIC SECTION Contact. bored, attached oysters. channels Bufr, cross-bedded, rounded pelletal oolite grainstone with laminae of concave down Trigonia shells (lag deposits). 0 SPILLOVER LOBE ~O ~~ ~~~~~~~Mc% 8 Storm CgI: Unsorted, rounded intraclasts grainstone. l TRIGONIA sp. ) Channel lag: unsorted intraclasts.

G. Bebout and R. G. ), The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations 89, 182-199, 1977. Kerr, R. , Facies, diagenesis, and porosity development in a Lower Cretaceous bank complex, Edwards Limestone, north-central Texas. In: Cretaceous carbonates of Texas & Mexico, applications to subsurface exploration, D. G. Bebout and R. G. ): The University ofTexas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations 89, 216-233, 1977. Loucks, R. , Scott, A.

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