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Nd pebbly mudstone palaeozoic

  • Paleozoic Evolution of the Appalachians: Tectonic Overview

    fill siltstone, mudstone) middle Ordovician deep flysch Utica & Canojoharie Shales, foreland basin (sandst. turbidites Schenectady & Snake Hill Fms., & black shale) Normanskill Fm. buckling of crust interbedded Dolgeville Fm. (drowning of limestone & carb. platform) black shale middle Ordovician shallow water limestone Black River & Trenton Groups

  • 3 Late Palaeozoic Sedimentary Rocks - CEDD

    Late Palaeozoic rocks mainly occur as isolated outcrops in fault-bounded blocks in the northern and western parts of Hong Kong ().They comprise approximately 10% of the onshore outcrop and are represented by Devonian, Carboniferous, and Permian sedimentary rocks, some of which have been thermally and dynamically metamorphosed.

  • PALAEOZOIC DAVEY - University of Tasmania

    Valley Mudstone and Gordon Limestone are pwhably also The pebbly sandstone rests conformably on Unit 1 with a distinct boundary. Thickness of the unit varies from zero to 500 m. . The matrix of Units I and 2 is similar in size and ~nd. oft~n ~·esembles meta-quartzites. Petr'Ol'Ogical exam­

  • Sedimentary facies distribution and the characteristics of

    Aug 14, 2019· The Taiyuan formation that was formed in the late Permian period of the upper Palaeozoic in the Linxing area, north-eastern of Ordos basin, China, shows the marine and continental interdepositional systems, as well as the resource potential of shale gas. Through a field outcrop, core observation, and well logging data, the Taiyuan formation can be divided into Tai1 (p1t1) and Tai2

  • Earth's Pre-Pleistocene Glacial Record - Programme

    The papers within these volumes were compiled between late 1978 and early 1980, from data on tillites and tillite-like rocks. The research was conducted for the Pre-Pleistocene Tillite Project of the International Geological Correlation Programme, and was first published in volume form in 1981. In this substantial work, M. J. Hambrey and W. B. Harland have assembled essays by leaders in the

  • Late Cretaceous subduction initiation and Palaeocene

    Miocene marl, mudstone, and pebbly sandstone were also deposited within the Ecemi¸s fault zone to the east (Yeti¸s 1978). Alihoca ophiolite and mélange The Alihoca ophiolite rests tectonically on an ophiolitic mélange, which consists of serpentinized peridotite, dia

  • Preliminary synthesis of the geology of Bangka Island

    Pebbly mudstone facies This facies is seen only at the southernmost part of the island in the Toboali district. Emmichoven and De Roever (in Zwartkruis, 1962) briefly mentioned this unit in 1941 and in 1951, respectively. In 1962, Zwartkruis discussed the unit in detail and called it "the diamictite or slightly conglomeratic sandy mudstone".


    pebbly mudstone is much like the rocks described as diamictite which are found in the Gondwana System in Australia, S. Africa, Brazil, AntarcUca and India. Turbidites in the Kaeng Krachan Formation clearly show load casts, graded

  • The Tasmania Basin Gondwanan Petroleum System

    widespread glaciation (Crowell & Frakes, 1975), and many Late Palaeozoic deposits reflect this glacial influence. Continental ice was developed in the Tasmanian region, with fjord Pebbly siltstone and mudstone 300 215 199 101 59 100 103 31 250 550 15 55 8 300 10 45 2 48 25 35 45 5 170 Diamictites and associated glagigenic rocks Tasmanite

  • Namurian, Silesian, Carboniferous, Wales - Earthwise

    JONES, D G. 1074. The Namurian series in south Wales. 117132 in The Upper Palaeozoic and post-Palaeozoic rocks of Wales. OWEN, T R (editor). (Cardiff : University of Wales Press.) KELLING, G. 1974. Upper Carboniferous sedimentation in South Wales. 185224 in The Upper Palaeozoic and post-Palaeozoic rocks of Wales. OWEN, T R (editor).

  • Tectonic setting required for the preservation of

    Oct 01, 2019· The formation of accretionary complexes of the Japanese Islands is divided into six stages on the basis of age and tectonics (Fig. 2; Wakita et al., 2018a).Accretionary complexes of Stage 1 occur in the Kurosegawa and HidaGaien belts in Early Palaeozoic time and are strongly metamorphosed.

  • 24K: NrKM - sg Surface Geology -

    North Dakota Geological Survey 24K: NrKM - sg Cartographic Compilation: Elroy L. Kadrmas 103o '00' 00" 47o o37 ' 00" 102o 52 30" 103o 00' 00" 102o "52' 30 47o 30' 00" 47 o 30' 00" Sandy and pebbly mudstone and clayey sandstone. Tgv GOLDEN VALLEY FORMATION Alternating beds of yellowish brown to brown, micaceous sandstone, siltstone, mudstone

  • 24K: LstB - sg Surface Geology - North Dakota

    Sandy and pebbly mudstone and clayey sandstone. Tgv GOLDEN VALLEY FORMATION Alternating beds of yellowish brown to brown, micaceous sandstone, siltstone, mudstone, claystone, and lignite. Camels Butte Member Brightly colored, kaolinitic claystone, mudstone, and sandstone, typically overlain by a thin silicious bed (silcrete) or lignite. Bear

  • (PDF) The depositional environment of the Mid-Palaeozoic

    Facies D :DBlack mudstone facies A thin band (9 m thick) of darker coloured massive mudstone is present in the middle of Unit 3. The mudstone Figure l. Locality map of major outcrops of the mid-palaeozoic red beds of Unit 3, Jentik Formation in northwest Peninsular Malaysia. 1, Kampung Guar Jentik, Beseri district, Periis;2, Hutan Aji, perlis; 3.

  • (PDF) The Upper Palaeozoic pebbly mudstone facies of

    Pebbly mudstone z vrtu Rataje-1 obsahuje ~24 % štěrku, ~18 % písku a ~58 % jílu+siltu. Podle klasifikace Nicholse (2009) se jedná o štěrkovitý kalovec (gravelly mudrock).

  • CiteSeerX The Upper Palaeozoic pebbly mudstone facies of

    BibTeX @MISC{_theupper, author = {}, title = {The Upper Palaeozoic pebbly mudstone facies of peninsular Thailand and western Malaysia- Continental margin deposits of Palaeoeurasia By WLADYSLAW ALTERMANN, Berlin*) With 5 figures}, year = {}}

  • The depositional environment of the Mid-Palaeozoic red

    A thin (9m) black mudstone facies in the middle of the considers the Langgun pebbly red beds a basal environment of the Mid-Palaeozoic red beds as a relatively deep water prodelta to delta front on a continental shelf. This new interpretation of the red beds is important in unravelling the geological history of the region.

  • BGS Lexicon of Named Rock Units - Result Details

    Breccia, sub-angular, with red-brown mudstone matrix, clasts predominantly 'Precambrian-Uriconian' volcanic rocks and subordinate Lower Palaeozoic rocks. Red pebbly mudstone and sandstone in Wolverhampton area. Definition of Lower Boundary:

  • Intracontinental subduction: a possible mechanism for the

    The Early Palaeozoic Orogen is exposed from Wuyi to Yunkai in China and in the Song Chai massif of Vietnam (Fig. 1A). In the study area, South of Nanchang, we recognized five units (Fig. 1B). The Sedimentary Upper Unit consists, from top to bottom, of Middle to Late Ordovician turbidite with slumps, disrupted sandstone beds and pebbly mudstones.

  • Bedrock Geology UK North: Lower Palaeozoic - Cambrian

    The Manx Group is dominated by laminated mudstone and siltstone but in some parts of the sequence it is composed largely of thinly bedded, fine-grained sandstone; the depositional style is turbiditic (Plate P018619). Large-scale slumped deposits of pebbly mudstone occur in parts of the succession and rare volcanic rocks appear in one or two places.


    pebbly sandstone and gravelstone with subor-dinate mudstone. This part can be further sub-divided into three divisions. In its lower divi-sion, sandstone is dominant with subordinate gravelstone and bioturbated sandstone, repre-sented by facies Ss, Sf and Gs-2. The middle



  • Research Article Facies Analysis and Depositional

    the Late Palaeozoic Coal-Bearing Madzaringwe Formation in the Tshipise-Pafuri Basin, South Africa Coarse to pebbly sandstone Channel lag deposits Fine-medium grained sandstone rounded mudstone and reddish to whitish, subrounded to

  • Palaeozoic Rocks of the Davey River, South-West Tasmania

    A conformable succession in Palaeozoic rocks occurs at the Davey River at the southern end of the Olga-Hardwood syncline in S.W. Tasmania, and consists of the following formations (with approximate thicknesses): (top) Unit 6 Unit 5 Unit 4 Sandstone Shale Sandstone, minor shale, Unit 3 Shale-sandstone alternation Unit 2 Pebbly sandstone (bottom) 10 metres 15 metres conglornerate 75 metres 0


    zoicLower Palaeozoic) Damara belt crosses the country extending from Namibia in the SW to Zambia and Congo in the NE, where it is known as the Lufilian arc (Fig. 1). The peak of the Pan-African orogenic movements in the Damara belt, based upon U-Pb zircon and monazite ages, falls within the range of ca. 534516 Ma (Hanson, 2003 and ref-

  • The Kanchanaburi supergroup of Peninsular Western

    distinctive, and much-discussed, pebbly mudstone, diamictite or tilloid plus greywacke. Whilst also including mudstone and greywacke, more mature arenite is the dominant component of the Pathiu formation, possibly indicative of another source area and certainly pointing to

  • Cyclicity in the nearshore marine to coastal, Lower

    fluctuations at the close of the late Palaeozoic Gondwanan ice age . Abstract . The Lower Permian (Artinskian to Sakmarian) Pebbley Beach Formation of the southernmost Sydney Basin in New South Wales, Australia, records sediment accumulation in shallow marine to coastal environments at the close of the Late Palaeozoic Gondwanan ice age.

  • (PDF) The Upper Paleozoic pebbly mudstone facies of

    Oct 01, 1987· The Upper Paleozoic pebbly mudstone facies of Peninsular Thailand and Western Malaysiacontinental margin deposit of Paleoeurasia October 1987 Geologische Rundschau 75(3)

  • Journal of Asian Earth Sciences

    Stratigraphy and palaeoenvironmental evolution of the mid- to upper Palaeozoic succession in Northwest Peninsular Malaysia Meor H. Amir Hassana,, Aye-Ko Aunga, R.T. Beckerb, Noor Atirah Abdul Rahmana, Tham Fatt Nga, Azman A. Ghania, Mustaffa Kamal Shuiba a Geology Department, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia bInstitut für Geologie und Paläontologie, Corrensstrabe 24,

  • The upper Palaeozoic pebbly mudstone facies of peninsular

    Jun 01, 1986· The Phuket Group in Peninsular Thailand and the Singha Formation in NW Malaysia are of Devonian to Lower Permian age. These approximately 3000 m thick strata, which are part of the »SE-Asian pebbly mudstone belt« stretching from Southern Tibet to Sumatra, have been interpreted as continental margin deposits (Mitchell et al. 1970).

  • (PDF) The Upper Paleozoic pebbly mudstone facies of

    PDF On Oct 1, 1987, Wladyslaw Altermann published The Upper Paleozoic pebbly mudstone facies of Peninsular Thailand and Western Malaysiacontinental margin deposit of Paleoeurasia Find, read

  • Provenance of mudstones in the Karoo Supergroup of the

    The Karoo Supergroup in the Ellisras basin consists of sediments that were deposited predominantly during the Permian Period. Mudstone samples of the Swartrant and Grootegeluk Formations of the Ecca Group and the succeeding Eendragtpan Formation of the Beaufort Group were collected from borehole core. Based on the concentration and ratios of relatively immobile elements that have been shown to

  • Geologic units containing Mudstone - USGS

    Spechty Kopf Formation - Light- to olive-gray, fine- to medium- grained, crossbedded sandstone, siltstone, and local polymictic diamictite, pebbly mudstone, and laminite; arranged in crude fining-upward cycles in some places; locally has grayish-red shale near top and conglomerate at base and in


    below the red mudstone. This red mudstone has been taken to be the base of the succeeding Singa Formation which is made up of mudstone, sandstone (some calcareous) and occasional rather thin horizons of pebbly mudstones. The pebbles a.nd rare boulders have

  • Mud deposition and diagenesis within an Early Palaeozoic

    May 28, 2019· 2. Study area and geological overview. The study area is located in the Avalon Zone, the easternmost tectonostratigraphic zone of the Newfoundland Appalachians (Williams, Reference Williams 1979; Van Staal et al. Reference Van Staal, Barr and Murphy 2012), and consists of three major assemblages of predominantly late Precambrian to Lower Cambrian volcanic, volcaniclastic and

  • Prediction of hydrocarbon reservoirs within coal-bearing

    Feb 25, 2020· Grey-white, grey-purple glutenite, pebbly coarse sandstone, pebbly sandstone, medium-fine sandstone, argillaceous siltstone, interbedded with grey-purple, grey-black, grey, black silty mudstone, and mudstone. These interbeds have a similar thickness. Shanxi Formation 2706.0 [61.0]

  • The Upper Palaeozoic pebbly mudstone facies of peninsular

    The Upper Palaeozoic pebbly mudstone facies of peninsular Thailand and western Malaysia - Continental margin deposits of Palaeoeurasia . By Wladyslaw Altermann. Cite . BibTex; Full citation; Abstract. Die devonische bis unterpermlsche Phuket Group in Thailand und deren Äquivalent in Malaysia, die Singha Formation, gehören zum SE-asiatischen

  • PermianTriassic amalgamation of Asia: Insights from

    slump deposit, and pebbly mudstone are common facies (Fig. 2). Blocks of various lithologies such as chert, serpentinite, acidic tuff, andesitic and basaltic breccia, with sizes ranging from the millimetre to the kilometre scale, are widespread in this chaotic formation. Carboniferous

  • The Upper Palaeozoic pebbly mudstone facies of peninsular

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  • MOUNT ANDERSON - Microsoft

    PALAEOZOIC TO MESOZOIC WAPET Rocks 2 Bed Ad i/ .114 Claypansl I o hips avpans vpans WESTERN AUSTRALIA bioturbated. rippled. thin-bedded. pebbly: lagoonal-fluvia/ Sandstone. fine. calcareous mudstone; partly cross-bedded, rippled; ND 1240 LATE 'Ç/avpansv ans T'tal 1 DEVONIAN Gumhole Formation Luluigui Formation

  • The upper Palaeozoic pebbly mudstone facies of peninsular

    The pebbly mudstone deposits of SE Asia form the western margin of the Palaeozoic outcrops from southern Tibet to Sumatra. To my knowledge, the only sufficiently investigated outcrops are those of peninsular Thailand and western Malaysia.