Basin-wide Diagenetic Patterns: Integrated Petrologic, Geochemical, and Hydrologic Considerations, Issue 57

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Isabel P. Montaņez, Jay M. Gregg, Kevin L. Shelton
SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), 1997 - Medical - 302 pages
By integrating the methods of different investagitive fields, this work gives us an interdisciplinary look at basic-scale subsurface fluid flow and its link to regional patterns of diagenesis, metasomatism, sedimentary ore deposits, and hydrocarbon accumulations. Issues addessed include the temporal evolution of hydrodynamic system, paleoflow conduits and their diagenetic products, subsurface fluid-rock interactions, the geochern-istry of basinal fluids, and heat flow in sedimentary basins. Paleo-fluid flow in both carbonate and siliciclastic systems is covered.

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Contents

EVIDENCE AND MODELING OF LARGESCALE GROUNDWATER CONVECTION IN PRECAMBRIAN SEDIMENTARY
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THE ROLE OF MIXING AND MIGRATION OF BASINAL WATERS IN CARBONATE MINERAL MASS
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HYDROTECTONIC MODELS OF BURIAL DIAGENESIS IN PLATFORM CARBONATES BASED ON FORMATION WATER
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