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    Description / Table of Contents: Microbial carbonates (microbialites) are remarkable sedimentary deposits. They have the longest geological range of any type of biogenic limestones, form in the greatest range of different sedimentary environments, oxygenated the Earth's atmosphere and produce and, furthermore, store large volumes of hydrocarbons. This Special Publication provides significant contributions at a pivotal time in our understanding of microbial carbonates when their economic importance has become established and the results of many research programmes are coming to fruition. It is the first book to focus on the economic aspects of microbialites and in particular the giant pre-salt discoveries offshore Brazil. The volume contains papers on the processes involved in the formation of both ancient and modern microbialites and the diversity of style in microbial carbonate build-ups. Structures and fabrics from both marine and non-marine settings are discussed from throughout the geological record.
    Pages: Online-Ressource (VII, 308 Seiten)
    ISBN: 9781862397279
    Language: English
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    Call number: M 05.0239/1-2
    Pages: Vol. 1-2
    ISBN: 1862391645
    Classification: A.3.5.
    Branch Library: GFZ Library
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    Type of Medium: 11
    Pages: XVI, 1243 S.
    ISBN: 9781862392984
    Language: English
    Note: S. May, R. Kleist, E. Kneller, C. Johnson, and S. Creaney: Global petroleum systems in space and time, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:1-9, doi:10.1144/0070001 --- J. R. Underhill: The GeoControversies debates, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:11-17, doi:10.1144/0070011 --- K. J. W. McCaffrey, D. Hodgetts, J. Howell, D. Hunt, J. Imber, R. R. Jones, M. Tomasso, J. Thurmond, and S. Viseur: Virtual fieldtrips for petroleum geoscientists, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:19-26, doi:10.1144/0070019 --- G. J. Hampson, J. D. Collinson, and P. Gutteridge: Colin Oakman core workshop, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:27-28, doi:10.1144/0070027 --- G. Goffey: Europe overview, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:31-33, doi:10.1144/0070031 --- D. Erratt, G. M. Thomas, N. R. Hartley, R. Musum, P. H. Nicholson, and Y. Spisto: North Sea hydrocarbon systems: some aspects of our evolving insights into a classic hydrocarbon province, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:37-56, doi:10.1144/0070037 --- R. Milton-Worssell, K. Smith, A. McGrandle, J. Watson, and D. Cameron: The search for a Carboniferous petroleum system beneath the Central North Sea, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:57-75, doi:10.1144/0070057 --- P. C. Knutz: Channel structures formed by contour currents and fluid expulsion: significance for Late Neogene development of the central North Sea basin, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:77-94, doi:10.1144/0070077 --- H. I. Petersen, H. P. Nytoft, H. Vosgerau, C. Andersen, J. A. Bojesen-Koefoed, and A. Mathiesen: Source rock quality and maturity and oil types in the NW Danish Central Graben: implications for petroleum prospectivity evaluation in an Upper Jurassic sandstone play area, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:95-111, doi:10.1144/0070095 --- F. Bertello, R. Fantoni, R. Franciosi, V. Gatti, M. Ghielmi, and A. Pugliese: From thrust-and-fold belt to foreland: hydrocarbon occurrences in Italy, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:113-126, doi:10.1144/0070113 --- P. N. Johannessen, K. Dybkjær, C. Andersen, L. Kristensen, J. Hovikoski, and H. Vosgerau: Upper Jurassic reservoir sandstones in the Danish Central Graben: new insights on distribution and depositional environments, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:127-143, doi:10.1144/0070127 --- P. N. Johannessen, L. H. Nielsen, L. Nielsen, I. Møller, M. Pejrup, and T. J. Andersen: Architecture of an Upper Jurassic barrier island sandstone reservoir, Danish Central Graben: implications of a Holocene-Recent analogue from the Wadden Sea, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:145-155, doi:10.1144/0070145 --- R. L. Kieft, C. A.-L. Jackson, G. J. Hampson, and E. Larsen: Sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of the Hugin Formation, Quadrant 15, Norwegian sector, South Viking Graben, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:157-176, doi:10.1144/0070157 --- P. J. Sansom: Reappraisal of the sequence stratigraphy of the Humber Group of the UK Central Graben, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:177-211, doi:10.1144/0070177 --- J. M. Hollywood and R. C. Olson: The Huntington discoveries: efficient exploration in the UK Central North Sea, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:213-223, doi:10.1144/0070213 --- S. Archer, S. Ward, S. Menad, I. Shahim, N. Grant, H. Sloan, and A. Cole: The Jasmine discovery, Central North Sea, UKCS, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:225-243, doi:10.1144/0070225 --- J. M. Rodriguez, G. Pickering, and W. J. Kirk: Prospectivity of the T38 sequence in the Northern Judd Basin, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:245-259, doi:10.1144/0070245 --- F. F. N. Van Hulten: Can stratigraphic plays change the petroleum exploration outlook of the Netherlands?, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:261-275, doi:10.1144/0070261 --- A. Gordon, T. Younis, C. Bernard-Graille, R. Gray, J.-M. Urruty, L. Ben-Brahim, J.-C. Navarre, B. Paternoster, and G. Evers: Laggan; a mature understanding of an undeveloped discovery, more than 20 years old, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:279-297, doi:10.1144/0070279 --- A. J. Witt, S. R. Fowler, R. M. Kjelstadli, L. F. Draper, D. Barr, and J. P. McGarrity: Managing the start-up of a fractured oil reservoir: development of the Clair field, West of Shetland, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:299-313, doi:10.1144/0070299 --- R. Nesbit and K. Overshott: Overcoming multiple uncertainties in a challenging gas development: Chiswick Field UK SNS, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:315-323, doi:10.1144/0070315 --- K. Purvis, K. E. Overshott, J. C. Madgett, and T. Niven: The Ensign enigma: improving well deliverability in a tight gas reservoir, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:325-336, doi:10.1144/0070325 --- J. M. Hampson, S. F. Walden, and C. Bell: Maximizing production and reserves from offshore heavy oil fields using seismic and drilling technology: Alba and Captain Fields, UKNS, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:337-347, doi:10.1144/0070337 --- C. E. Gill and M. Shepherd: Locating the remaining oil in the Nelson Field, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:349-368, doi:10.1144/0070349 --- F. M. Ray, S. J. Pinnock, H. Katamish, and J. B. Turnbull: The Buzzard Field: anatomy of the reservoir from appraisal to production, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:369-386, doi:10.1144/0070369 --- G. R. Brook, J. R. Wardell, S. F. Flanagan, and T. P. Regan: The Scott Field: revitalization of a mature field, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:387-403, doi:10.1144/0070387 --- S. Kape, O. Diaz De Souza, I. Bushnaq, M. Hayes, and I. Turner: Predicting production behaviour from deep HPHT Triassic reservoirs and the impact of sedimentary architecture on recovery, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:405-417, doi:10.1144/0070405 --- J. G. Quin, P. Zweigel, E. Eldholm, O. R. Hansen, K. R. Christoffersen, and A. Zaostrovski: Sedimentology and unexpected pressure decline: the HP/HT Kristin Field, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:419-429, doi:10.1144/0070419 --- R. R. A. Reekie, E. L. Davies, N. J. Hart, A. T. McInally, J. R. Todd, J. R. McAteer, L. Franoux, and E. L. M. Ferguson: An old field in a new landscape: the renaissance of Donan, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:431-450, doi:10.1144/0070431 --- P. F. Worthington: A road map for the identification and recovery of by-passed pay, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:453-462, doi:10.1144/0070453 --- I. L. Fabricius and M. A. Rana: Tilting oil-water contact in the chalk of Tyra Field as interpreted from capillary pressure data, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:463-472, doi:10.1144/0070463 --- M. J. Hampton, H. W. Bailey, and A. D. Jones: A holostratigraphic approach to the chalk of the North Sea Eldfisk Field, Norway, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:473-492, doi:10.1144/0070473 --- R. E. Swarbrick, R. W. Lahann, S. A. O'Connor, and A. J. Mallon: Role of the Chalk in development of deep overpressure in the Central North Sea, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:493-507, doi:10.1144/0070493 --- J.-F. Dutzer, H. Basford, and S. Purves: Investigating fault-sealing potential through fault relative seismic volume analysis, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:509-515, doi:10.1144/0070509 --- E. C. Rushmere, M. Dyce, S. Campbell, and A. J. Hill: 4D acquisition and processing: a North Sea case study on the relative contributions to improved 4D repeatability, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:517-522, doi:10.1144/0070517 --- J. V. Herwanger, C. R. Schiøtt, R. Frederiksen, F. If, O. V. Vejbæk, R. Wold, H. J. Hansen, E. Palmer, and N. Koutsabeloulis: Applying time-lapse seismic methods to reservoir management and field development planning at South Arne, Danish North Sea, Petroleum Geology Conference series, 7:523-535, doi:10.1144/0070523 --- T. Abramovitz, C. Andersen, F. C. Jakobsen, L. Kristensen, and E. Sheldon: 3D seismic mapping and porosity variation of intra-chalk units in the southern Danish North Sea, Petroleum Geology Co , Erschienen: 1 - 2
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    Publication Date: 2015-05-10
    Description: Extract Microbial carbonates (microbialites) are remarkable sedimentary deposits for four good reasons: they have the longest geological range of any type of biogenic limestones; they form in the greatest range of different sedimentary environments; they oxygenated the Earth's atmosphere; and they produce and store large volumes of hydrocarbons. However, they are amongst the most intractable of sedimentary rocks to study, as, being formed by the action or influence of microbes, they do not always preserve direct, or diagenetically robust, evidence for their mode of formation. ... This 250-word extract was created in the absence of an abstract.
    Print ISSN: 0305-8719
    Electronic ISSN: 2041-4927
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    Publication Date: 2015-04-26
    Description: Outstanding exposures of Ediacaran-aged thrombolite–stromatolite bioherms and biostromes crop out in the Nama Basin, SW Namibia. Fieldwork, dovetailed with remote sensing and a terrestrial laser scanning (LiDAR) survey, allow the fracture network of this succession to be characterized, and the relative age of fracture sets and families to be determined. The results show that the microbial carbonates were affected by intense syndepositional brittle and ductile deformation. Early brittle fracturing was favoured where early lithification of microbialites took place upon deposition. Such deposits were prone to gravitational collapse due to internal weaknesses during early lithification. Timing of syndepositional fracturing of bioherms and biostromes is demonstrated by contemporaneous microbial overgrowth over brecciated material in open-mode fractures. Ductile deformation occurs preferentially around massive thrombolite domes and columns, represented by folding of mud-dominated sediments in inter-column fill. Secondary fractures developed during the long-lived structural history of the Nama Basin, resulting in a complex fracture network of syndepositional fractures overprinted by secondary fractures. These findings have important implications for carbonate reservoir characterization in microbial reservoirs and subsurface fluid-flow estimations. The observed syndepositional fractures form due to body forces that are intrinsic to the microbial system and thus do not require an external tectonic driver.
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    Publication Date: 2010-01-01
    Electronic ISSN: 2047-9921
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    Publication Date: 2005-01-01
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    Publication Date: 2005-01-01
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    Publication Date: 1993-01-01
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    Publication Date: 1993-01-01
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