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Upper Jurassic stratigraphy of some adjacent parts of Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas
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Get this from a library. Upper Jurassic stratigraphy of some adjacent parts of Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. [Kendell A Dickinson] -- "A discussion of the nomenclature, lithologic character, thicknesses, and the relation of lithofacies to paleotectonic elements of Upper Jurassic rock strata.".
The Smackover Formation has been a prolific source of petroleum. The and Arkansas book of the Smackover oil field, after which the Smackover Formation is named, resulted in a sizeable oil boom in southern Arkansas. In addition to being a petroleum reservoir, as ofthe brine from the Smackover Formation is the only source of commercial bromine in the United y: United States.
The upper Smackover is basically sparite with the exception of the segment in western Mississippi, easternmost Arkansas, and Louisiana where it becomes more sandy and shaly (Bishop, ), and in some areas it is dolomitized. The lower Smackover is generally more argillaceous and carbonaceous and contains larger proportions of lime mud and pyrite.
Jurassic stratigraphic nomenclature used in the area is modifed from Dickinson ().The Smackover carbonates are overlain by the Buckner Members of the Haynesville Formation ().No long sections of the Buckner have been cored in the area although small intervals of Buckner sediments were cored above the Smackover in both the Shell No.
1 W.H. Morgan and the Shell No. 2-B MacDonnell wells (). Some of the Parts by T Cooper and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In the search for oil and gas during the past century, other gases (helium, nitrogen, carbon dioxide) have been encountered.
These uncommon instances were traditionally classified as failures, i.e., Cited by: The Smackover Formation is an Upper Jurassic (Oxfordian) carbonate sequence found entirely in the subsurface throughout the northern Gulf of Mexico region.
The Upper Smackover consists of oolitic and Cited by: 6. Classification of Lithified Carbonates Using Ternary Plots of Pore Facies: Examples from the Jurassic Smackover Formation Upper Jurassic stratigraphy of some adjacent parts of Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas.
U.S. Geological Survey Prof. Paper, v. –E, 25 p. E.A. and D.J. Benson, Regional stratigraphy of Upper Jurassic Cited by: 4. Diagrammatic stratigraphic cross section of Jurassic strata in north Louisiana and south Arkansas (Troell and Robinson, ).
Note the three shoaling upward se quences of the Smackover : Jaehong Ko. MAIN LIBRARY. Perry-Castañeda Library East 21st St. Austin, TX. Phone: () The Late Jurassic was a major period of reef expansion. Many Jurassic reefs are potential hydrocarbon reservoirs, but their stratigraphic distribution has been difficult to predict.
University of Texas Geology Thesis Index, Heading M. This is a subject index to Geology and (a few) Geology-related Theses and Dissertations completed at the University of Texas at Austin.
The index is divided because of the large size of the complete index. The subject headings are capitalized. The format of the citations under each subject. The six Upper Jurassic sequences seen in Arkansas and Louisiana are recognized in the Texas section some 90– miles to the west of the Humble McKean #12 well.
The UJ II–IV sequence boundaries are marked by the presence of lowstand quartz sands between shoaling upward sequences in the Buckner/Smackover.
Imlay, R.W., and G. Herman,Upper Jurassic ammonites from the subsurface of Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi: Proceedings of the Third Annual Research Conference, Gulf Coast Section of the Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, p Some maps include cross sections for clarity and to show relations at depth; some contain columnar sections describing stratigraphy; some maps show structure contours.
Sheet size and projection depend on the base map on which the geology is plotted. The most common scale is ,; some are at, or(Alaska). PP / Smith, J. / UPPER TRIASSIC MARINE INVERTEBRATE FAUNAS OF NORTH AMERICA,afb, pages, plates, $ PP / Kellum, L. / PALEONTOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY OF THE CASTLE HAYNE AND TRENT MARLS IN NORTH CAROLINA,56 pages, 11 plates, 1.
Most Upper Jurassic reservoirs are developed in ooid grainstones that originally had porosities of nearly 50%. Burial depths of these reservoirs in the central Gulf Coast range from to 14, ft. Present reservoir porosity types include primary preserved intergranular porosity, oomoldic secondary porosity, and dolomitized oomoldic secondary porosity (Fig.
) (Moore, ). ePS Geometry of Upper Jurassic Sponge/Microbial Bioherms: 3-D Georadar Analysis and Modelling, Swabian Alb, SW-Germany, Martina Boldt and Thomas Aigner, # (). Fault/Fracture Permeability Estimated from Response of a Natural Marine Methane Seep to Underlying Hydrocarbon Production, James R.
Boles, Steve Horner, and Grant Garven, # Cobban, W.A., c, The Upper Cretaceous ammonite Rhaeboceras Meek in the western interior of the United States, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper15 p. [GD I ]. Cobban, W.A., a, Some acanthoceratid ammonites from upper Cenomanian (Upper Cretaceous) rocks of Wyoming, U.S.
Geological Survey Professional Paper Israelsky, M. / UPPER CRETACEOUS OSTRACODA OF ARKANSAS, from Stratigraphy and Structure of the Gulf Coastal Plain of Arkansas by W.
Spooner,in Arkansas Geological Survey B2, Little Rock,$ 6. Kemp Clay (both in Texas; Stephenson,p. 26, 29) and the Arkadelphia Marl (Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas; Stephenson,p.
29). DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS. During much of the Late Cretaceous, the western interior was covered by an epicontinental sea that extended from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean and.Some upper Cretaceous Taylor ammonites from Texas. University of Texas Bulletinpl.
5, 6. Calahan, L. W. Fossil plates with explanations: diagnostic fossils of the Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas area. Shreveport Geological Society Guidebook, 14th Annual Field Trip: R.
C. & R. M. Jeffords. Description of. During the Jurassic, most of them lived in muddy to silty environments, or in some cases, in fine sands (Liuappendix 2). Fürsich et al. () reported, however, that some Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) opines belonging to Coelopsis (Coelopsis) and Opis (Pachyopis) from western India occur in carbonates with intercalations of coral by: 8.