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Author: J.H. Schroeder,B.H. Purser
ISBN: 3540165940
Pages: 455 pages
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (September 15, 1986)
Language: English
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by J.H. Schroeder,B.H. Purser



An attempt was made to include case studies from various regions and geological periods, carried out on various scales from regional to ultrastructural. We hope to present an overall view of reef diagenesis.

An attempt was made to include case studies from various regions and geological periods, carried out on various scales from regional to ultrastructural.

Springer Verlag, p. 291-310. How we measure 'reads'. Changes in effective porosity and permeability during diagenesis in Holocene and Pleistocene corals from the Bahamas and Florida Keys are influenced by environmental and, to some extent, by taxonomic variations. Submarine and vadose samples show a decrease in permeability during porosity reduction by cementation, whereas phreatic samples increase in permeability with decreasing porosity because. of larger and better sorted pore apertures.

The scope has been limited to reef diagenesis because we feel that reefs have relatively clearly defined geometries, which facilitate the evaluation of diagenetic trends and the .

The scope has been limited to reef diagenesis because we feel that reefs have relatively clearly defined geometries, which facilitate the evaluation of diagenetic trends and the definition of diagenetic models. On the other hand, their many different components make reefs somewhat more complex than other deposits, and this creates difficulties in deciphering diagenetic histories; the study of reefs, therefore, is not the simplest manner of solving the many problems relating to carbonate diagenesis.

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Ed. Reef Diagenesis, Springer, Berlin, 91-112. TITLE: Distributions of pigments in reef sediments, contribution of phytoplankton to organic matter budget in coral reef. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Distributions of pigments in reef sediments, contribution of phytoplankton to organic matter budget in coral reef. AUTHORS: Mohammed Rasheed, Tariq Al-Najjar, Said Damhoureyeh. KEYWORDS: Pigment; Calcareous Sediments; Terrigenous Sediments. JOURNAL NAME: Natural Science, Vo. N., May 17, 2011.

Reef Diagenesis: Introduction. Model of Reef Diagenesis: Mururoa Atoll, French Polynesia

Reef Diagenesis: Introduction. Regional Distribution of Submarine Cements Within an Epicontinental Reef System: Central Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Model of Reef Diagenesis: Mururoa Atoll, French Polynesia. The Primary Surface Area of Corals and Variations in Their Susceptibility to Diagenesis. Variation in Diagenetic Sequences: An Example from Pleistocene Coral Reefs, Red Sea, Saudi Arabia. Internal Hydrology and Geochemistry of Coral Reefs and Atoll Islands: Key to Diagenetic Variations. Diagenesis of a Miocene Reef-Platform: Jebel Abu Shaar, Gulf of Suez, Egypt.

Schroeder, J. Purser, B. H. (ed., Springer Verlag, Berlin, p. 27-52. The carbon cycle in an anoxic marine sediment: concentrations, rates, isotope ratios, and diagenetic models

Schroeder, J. The carbon cycle in an anoxic marine sediment: concentrations, rates, isotope ratios, and diagenetic models. PhD Thesis, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, 241 p. Balzer, . Erlenkeuser, . Hartmann, . Muller, P. Pollehne, . 1987. Diagenesis and exchange processes at the benthic boundary. In: Seawater-sediment interactions in coastal waters. Rumohrs, . Walger, . Zeitzchel, B. Springer Verlag, Berlin.

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1 2 J. H. SCHROEDER and B. H. PURSER 1 Introduction A symposium convened during the Vth International Coral Reef Congress in Papeete, Tahiti, 1985, encouraged the editors to assemble this volume of case studies by participating and, especially, by nonparticipating scientists. An attempt was made to include case studies from various regions and geological periods, carried out on various scales from regional to ultrastructural. We hope to present an overall view of reef diagenesis. Although the volume focuses on reef diagenesis, fields also to be considered are biology, paleontology, and sedimentary facies distribution, as they provide the context and, to some extent, encompass the determinants of diagenetic processes. The scope has been limited to reef diagenesis because we feel that reefs have relatively clearly defined geometries, which facilitate the evaluation of diagenetic trends and the definition of diagenetic models. On the other hand, their many different components make reefs somewhat more complex than other deposits, and this creates difficulties in deciphering diagenetic histories; the study of reefs, therefore, is not the simplest manner of solving the many problems relating to carbonate diagenesis. An additional reason for evaluating reef diagenesis is the reservoir potential of these carbonate bodies. To illustrate the point, in the recent collection of 35 case studies of carbonate reservoirs (Roehl and Choquette 1985), reefs were involved in 15. The emphasis on porosity development in many studies of the present volume is therefore not of mere academic interest.