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CONSEQUENCES OF BIOLOGICAL INFLUENCE OVER CARBONATE SEDIMENTS
Origin of carbonate sediments
CARBONATE GRAIN COMPOSITION 5
Carbonate grain composition
% AND CYCLICITY
THE CLASSIFICATION OF CARBONATE POROSITY
Fabric selectivity
Marine environment
Meteoric environment
Subsurface environment
Penography-cement morphology
Petrograp hy-cement distributional patterns
Stable isotopes
Strontium isotopes
Fluid Inclusions
SUMMARY
SHALLOW WATER, NORMAL MARINE DIAGENETIC ENVIRONMENTS
Recognition of ancient shallow marine cements
Modern shallow water submarine hardgrounds
Recognition and signipcance of ancient hardgrounds
Diagenetic setting in the modern reef environment
Recognition of reef-related marine diagenesis in the ancient record
DEEP MARINE DIAGENETIC ENVIRONMENTS
Introduction to diagenesis in the deep marine environment
DIAGENESIS WITHIN THE ZONE OF ARAGONITE DISSOLUTION 109
Diagenesis within the zone of aragonite dissolution
Dolomitization below the calcite compensation depth
The thermal convection model of marine water dolomitization
THE MARGINAL MARINE SABKHA DIAGENETIC ENVIRONMENT
Modern marginal marine sabkhas
The MacLeod salt basin
The Elk Point Basin of Canada
Michigan Basin, U.S.A
Criteria for the recognition of ancient reflux dolomites
INTRODUCTION
Upper vadose soil or caliche zone
Lower vadose zone
Petrography of vadose cements
Trace element composition of vadose cements
Isotopic composition of vadose cements
Porosity development in the vadose diagenetic environment
Local floating meteoric water lens
Petrography of meteoric phreatic cements
Porosity development in a local meteoric lens
Local island model of diagenesis
The local island model through time
The Walker Creekfield :A Jurassic example of the local island model?
Regional meteoric aquifer system
Regional meteoric aquifer diagenetic model
Geochemical trends characteristic of a regional meteoric aquifer system
Karst processes and products
TNTRODUCTION
Meteoric-marine mixing, or Dorag model of dolomitization
THE BURIAL SETTING
Pressure
Temperature
Deep burial pore fluids
Hydrology of subsurface fluids
COMPACTION
Mechanical compaction and dewatering
Chemical compaction
Factors affecting the efficiency of chemical compaction
BURIAL CEMENTATION
The problem of source of CaCO, for burial cements
Petrography of burial cements
Geochemistry of burial cements
Impact oflate subsur3Pace cementation on reservoir porosity
SUBSURFACE DISSOLUTION
SUBSURFACE DOLOMITIZATION
Introduction
Petrography and geochemistry
PREDICTING CHANGES IN POROSITY WITH DEPTH
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