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Carbonate Rock Depositional Models

Carozzi, Albert V.

Carbonate Rock Depositional Models

A Microfacies Approach (Prentice Hall advanced reference series)

by Carozzi, Albert V.

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Published by Prentice Hall .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sedimentary Rocks,
  • Nature,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Rocks & Minerals,
  • Soil science, sedimentology,
  • Facies (Geology),
  • Rocks, Carbonate

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages576
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9290034M
    ISBN 100131143980
    ISBN 109780131143982

    One main target in petroleum recovery is the description of of the three-dimensional distribution of petrophysical properties on the interwell scale in carbonate reservoirs, in order to improve performance predictions by means of fluid-flow computer simulations The book focuses on the improvement of geological, petrophysical, and geostatistical methods, describes the basic petrophysical /5(2). Characterise carbonate grain types, mineralogy, textures, fabrics and facies in core and thin-section; evaluate which depositional models and potential analogues to invoke from a core description. Gauge the reservoir impact of fundamental aspects of carbonate pore types and diagenesis.

    Carbonate Petrophysics • Course objective • Integrate across discipline and scale and timeframes • Wireline (and LWD) measurements are typically the basis for fi ld d l t d d l tifield development and depletion • Ultimate objective is an integrated / calibrated interpretation of that dataof that data Wellbore trajectory and reservoir boundaries. This new edition synthesizes the methods used in microfacies analysis and details the potential of microfacies in evaluating depositional environments and diagenetic history, and, in particular, the application of microfacies data in the study of carbonate hydrocarbon reservoirs and the provenance of archaeological materials.

    Get this from a library! Subsurface carbonate depositional models: a concise review. [George B Asquith] -- " The book begins with an introduction to basic principles of model construction - the parameters of a model and how they are developed. Incorporated in the text is a review of carbonate rock. Books of the U.S. Geological Survey are available over the counter at the following U.S. Geological Survey offices, all of Carbonate rocks M5 Depositional model M5 Interpretation of depositional environments M6 Cross-stratified sandstone facies M6 Horizontally stratified, .


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Carbonate Rock Depositional Models by Carozzi, Albert V. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract. Intensive study of modern carbonate sediments and a substantial library of fossil examples have brought us to the point where it is now possible to formulate actual facies models for carbonate deposits which may serve as frameworks or guides for future observations and, most important in terms of hydrocarbon exploration, predictors in new geological by: 5.

@article{osti_, title = {Carbonate rock depositional models: A microfacies approach}, author = {Carozzi, A V}, abstractNote = {Carbonate rocks contain more than 50% by weight carbonate minerals such as calcite, dolomite, and siderite. Understanding how these rocks form can lead to more efficient methods of petroleum exploration.

Micofacies analysis techniques can be used as a method of. This observation is especially true of carbonate rocks. The papers in this volume will provide a key to the subject of recognition of depositional environments in carbonate rocks.

Based on a symposium held in Los Angeles, California, on Aprilat the joint meeting of AAPG and SEPM.

depositional models (and make a warning about their use). Over the years, various general models of how certain depositional environments work have been developed. This involves a distillation of the facies and facies successions in a Carbonate rocks There are some fresh-water limestones around (and some fresh-water dolostones, too), but.

Introduction This new edition synthesizes the methods used in microfacies analysis and details the potential of microfacies in evaluating depositional environments and diagenetic history, and, in particular, the application of microfacies data in the study of carbonate hydrocarbon reservoirs and the provenance of archaeological materials.

Chapter 14 introduces carbonate facies models, underlines the importance of environment-controlled distribution patterns of organisms, and gives an overview of Standard Microfacies Types and their.

The book brings together the methods used in microfacies analysis and details the potential of microfacies in evaluating depositional environments and diagenetic history, and, in particular, applying microfacies data in the study of carbonate hydrocarbon reservoirs and the provenance of archaeological materials.

About this book Carbonate rocks (limestones and dolomites) constitute a major part of the geological column and contain not only 60% of the world's known hydrocarbons but also host extensive mineral deposits.

This book represents the first major review of carbonate sedimentology since the. 2. Geological setting. The Barra Velha Formation comprises a unique Cretaceous (Aptian), non-marine, Pre-Salt sedimentary succession of continental carbonate and non-carbonate rocks intercalated with volcanic basaltic rocks, which formed along the Brazilian margin of the South Atlantic during rifting and the breakup of Gondwana (Fig.

1; Abrahao and Warme, ; Karner and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carozzi, Albert V. Carbonate rock depositional models. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, © Carozzi, Albert V.

Carbonate rock depositional models: a microfacies approach / Albert V. Carozzi Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs, N.J Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. The book provides a synthesis of the methods used in microfacies analysis, the potential of microfacies in evaluating depositional environments and diagenetic history, and the application of 5/5(3).

Carbonate Rock Depositional Models A Microfacies Approach (Prentice Hall advanced reference series) by Carozzi, Albert V.

Published August by Prentice by: : Carbonate Rock Depositional Models: A Microfacies Approach (Prentice Hall advanced reference series) () by Carozzi, Albert V. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $ - $   The complexity of carbonate reservoirs necessitates having a consistent approach in defining rock types.

Core data on a rock-type basis is required as input for. Aragonite, in particular, is an unstable form and is rarely found in carbonate rocks. Grains composed of aragonite tend to be dissolved, and the carbonate is deposited as calcite cement. This distribution of aragonite grains can be predicted on the basis of depositional models.

Dolostone (a rock composed of dolomite) is an important reservoir rock. An understanding of the depositional environments of these modern models, coupled with increased understanding of diagenetic effects, has led to vastly improved interpretations of ancient limestones.

Such models also improved the “predictability” of many carbonate reservoir rocks. Useful carb onate Texts Most sedimentological texts will help you gain an understanding of carbonates, their depositional systems, facies and diagenesis.

Listed below are a few: Sam Boggs,Principles of Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, 4th ed., Pearson-Prentice Hall, p. Don Prothero & Fred Schwab,Sedimentary Rocks & Stratigraphy, W.H. Freeman & Co. Collectively studies have shown that carbonate facies are commonly the product of processes that are active in their depositional setting.

Water depth, winds, waves, currents, temperature, water chemistry, and biologic action all affect the character of the carbonate formed. Diagenesis, which also plays a major role in forming and modifying the facies that are found in the subsurface, are. Many carbonate reservoirs are characterized by rock types instead of lithofacies.

Here, a combination of lithofacies and diagenesis acts as a control on rock properties. Thus, it is not always possible to make a predictive rock property model of a carbonate reservoir that is allied to the lithofacies model as in the example above.

Carbonate rocks: limestones and dolomites. Limestones and dolostones (dolomites) make up the bulk of the nonterrigenous sedimentary rocks.

Limestones are for the most part primary carbonate rocks. They consist of 50 percent or more calcite and aragonite (both CaCO 3).Dolomites are mainly produced by the secondary alteration or replacement of limestones; i.e., the mineral dolomite [CaMg(CO 3) 2.

A depositional model of bioclastic rocks composing giant oil reservoir is proposed on an oil field scale. • A shallow lacustrine depositional environment influenced by longshore and storm currents is identified. • The evolution of the facies associations demonstrate the. This is the book you need to improve your interpretations of carbonates.

Using a systematic treatment of the entire subject of carbonate depositional environments, this unique book is specifically designed for use by the non-specialist -- the petroleum geologist or field geologist -- who uses carbonate depositional environments in facies reconstructions and environmental s: 6.