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Geochemistry, petrography, genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites
|Statement||by Liliane Prévôt.|
|Series||Mémoires de la Société géologique de France,, nouv. sér., mémoire no 158|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .S7 n.s., no. 158, QE471.15.P48 .S7 n.s., no. 158|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||92167616|
The Sultani oil shale (OS) deposit is considered as a major fossil fuel source in Jordan. Applying various petrographic and geochemical techniques, this paper aims to study the Sultani OS geochemical and organic petrographic features. Results show that Sultani OS is a bituminous limestone consisting of very fine-grained matrix with rippled micro-laminated texture and muddy material of ?PaperID= Shale-normalized REE (North American Shale Composite, McLennan, ) plots for francolite from sedimentary phosphorites, grouped by geologic patterns for francolite are consistent for any particular time, which indicates that geologic age is a predictive tool for the assessment and exploration of phosphorite-hosted REE deposits (modified from Emsbo et al., ).
Prevot L. () — Géochimie et pétrographie de la formation à phosphate des Ganntour (Maroc). Utilisa¬ tion pour une explication de la genèse des phosphorites Crétacé-Eocène. Thèse Sei., Univ. Strasbourg, p. — English translation () — Geochemistry, petrography, genesis of cretaceous-eocene :// "Provenance discrimination of Lower Cretaceous synrift sandstones (eastern Iberian Chain, Spain): Constraints from detrital modes, heavy minerals, and geochemistry", Sedimentary Provenance and Petrogenesis: Perspectives from Petrography and Geochemistry, José Arribas, Mark J. Johnsson, Salvatore Critelli. Download citation file: Ris (Zotero)
Geochemistry, petrography, genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites () Oamaru diatoms () Les Otolithes de Téléostéens éocènes d'Aquitaine, Sud-Ouest de Petrography, geochemistry and origin of the NW Jordan phosphorites. Evolution of Cretaceous to Eocene alluvial and carbonate platform sequences in central and south Jordan. Concretion morphology, classification and genesis. Earth Science Revi
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Get this from a library. Geochemistry, petrography, genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites: the Ganntour deposit (Morocco): a type example. [Liliane Prévôt-Lucas] Petrography, chemistry and genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites book of phosphorite concretions in the Eocene Umm Rijam Chert limestone Formation, Ma'an area, south Jordan cretaceous red phosphorites of Eshidiya, southern Petrography, chemistry and genesis of phosphorite concretions in the Eocene Umm Rijam Chert limestone Formation, Ma'an area, south Jordan R.
AbdallaOn the state of weathering of upper cretaceous red phosphorites of Eshidiya, southern Jordan. Journal of African Earth Science, 27 (), pp.
AbedPetrography and geochemistry of "Geochemistry and petrography of Western Tethys Cretaceous sedimentary covers (Corsica and Northern Apennines): From source areas to configuration of margins", Sedimentary Provenance and Petrogenesis: Perspectives from Petrography and Geochemistry, José Arribas, Mark Geochemistry.
Johnsson, Salvatore Critelli. Download citation file: Ris (Zotero) Refmanager Abstract. Among the periods known to have been more especially phosphogenic, the Late Cretaceous—Paleocene is one of the best known, because of the number Geochemistry size of mined deposits such as those of Morocco and the Middle :// Petrography, geochemistry and origin of the NW Jordan phosphorites Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the Geological Society (3) June with Reads How we measure 'reads' Phosphorites are defined as sedimentary rocks which contain more than 18%–20% P2O5.
Most phosphorites are of marine origin, and of these, francolite (carbonatefluorapatite) is the main phosphate The Cretaceous-Cenozoic transition is marked by regional unconformities, gaps, and condensed series (Burollet,Zargouni et al.,Zouari et al.,Boukadi,Zouaghi et al., ).
The marine Cretaceous-Eocene series are mostly covered by discordant Neogene continental formations made of detrital alluvial and fluvial :// Part of the Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences book series (LNEARTH A new description of the skull of Dyrosaurus phosphaticus (Thomas, ) (Mesoeucrocodylia: Dyrosauridae) from the Lower Eocene of North Africa Can.
J Geochemistry, petrography, and genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites. The Ganntour Deposit (Morocco): a type example. Sixty-three samples representing the phosphorite deposits of the Al-Kora province in northwest Jordan are analyzed for their major and certain trace elements including the rare earth and uranium.
They are collected from the following four sections: Tubna, Dair Abu Sa’id, Wadi Al-Arab, and Wadi Ziglab. The samples studied are mainly phosphorite packstone/grainstone consisting of phosphate Phosphatic coprolites (–2 cm long) occurring in Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites of Tunisia, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, and Egypt were investigated for their petrology by using SEM.
They exhibit a homogeneous porous apatite structure with a few fish :// Geochemistry, petrography, genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites. Article.
() is more or less comparable to the average 87Sr/86Sr values of the Cretaceous–Eocene Tethyan L. PrévôtGeochemistry petrography, genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites.
The Ganntour Deposit (Marocco): a type example The Ganntour Deposit (Marocco): a type example Mémoires Société Géologique France, (), p. The third and main chapter in the book (pp) deals with variations of stable isotope ratios in a variety of natural situations.
petrography, genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites During the Xth International Congress on Sedimentology, a symposium on marine phosphorites was held in Jerusalem, Israel, July This volume contains the papers delivered at this meeting and represents the main interests inspiring the study of phosphorites at the end of the :// Geochemistry, petrography, genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites; The Ganntour deposit (Morocco): a type example.
Societe Geologique de France, Paris Google Scholar The phosphorites of the Ameki Formation occur as nodules, pellets as well as primary phosphatic shales and siltstones. Geochemical analysis of the phosphate samples was carried out to determine its chemical composition as well as its depositional environment.
The methodology applied include XRF, INAA, XRD and thin section petrography Prévôt L () Geochemistry, petrography, genesis of Cretaceous-Eocene phosphorites;the Ganntour deposit (Morocco): a type example. Mém Soc Géol Fr pp. Google Scholar Prévôt L, El Faleh M, Lucas J () Details on synthetic apatites formed through bacterial :// Syn-sedimentary post-diagenetic phenomena are remarkable in Moroccan phosphates.
Indeed they are reference deposits for geological study, where important interests are given of determination and identification of these geochemical phenomena.
Silicification is one of the phenomena that we have studied to determine the diagenetic processes that control the new-formation of silica in phosphate ?PaperID= Phosphorites occur in three main areas of Tunisia: the Northern Basins, the Eastern Basins (North–South Axis area), and the Gafsa-Metlaoui Basin ().The phosphorites lie predominantly within the Paleocene–Eocene Chouabine Formation and its lateral equivalents within the Metlaoui Group; they form part of the Middle Eastern to North African Late Cretaceous–Paleogene phosphogenic province.
/(95) /(95) The geochemistry of cadmium, zinc, calcium, phosphorus, and organic carbon was studied in -rich and organic-rich Campanian to mid-Eocene sediments from the Oulad-Abdoun and Timahdit basins (Morocco). As in the case of other phosphorites and organic-rich sediments, their cadmium contents are very high relative Origin and distribution of calcite concretions in Cretaceous Wall Creek Member, Wyoming: Reservoir-quality implication for shallow-marine deltaic strata.
Cretaceous Research, Vol. 48, Issue., p. During the Late Cretaceous and Early Paleocene the region of Jordan was situated on a shallow-marine carbonate platform adjacent to the Neo-Tethys Ocean in the northwestern part of the Arabian Plate (Figure 2a; Barjous and Mikbel, ; Ziegler, ; Sharland et al., ; Powell and Moh’d, ).The Eocene strata in the northwest part of Arabia are mainly composed of transgressive