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organic origin for the carbonate concretions of the Ohio Shale

R. E. Criss

organic origin for the carbonate concretions of the Ohio Shale

by R. E. Criss

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concretions -- Ohio River Valley,
  • Rocks, Carbonate -- Ohio River Valley,
  • Organic geochemistry -- Ohio River Valley,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Devonian.,
  • Ohio Shale

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.E. Criss, G.A. Cooke, and S.D. Day.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1836
    ContributionsCooke, G. A., Day, S. D.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUSGSBULL1836 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 21 p. :
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22072909M
    LC Control Number87-600470

    Black shales are usually interpreted to require anoxic bottom waters and deeper water sedimentation. There has long been a debate about whether the Devonian Cleveland Shale Member of the Ohio Shale (CSM) was deposited in shallow- or deep-water depositional environments. This study looked at the CSM at 3 stratigraphic sections and 5 well cores in northeastern frithwilliams.com by: 1. Origin of Shale Fabric by Mechanical Compaction of Flocculated Clay: Evidence from the Upper Devonian Rhinestreet Shale, Western New York, U.S.A. Diagenetic Carbonate Concretions from Late Cretaceous Active Margin Slope Deposits, Southern California—Origin and Use in Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction: ABSTRACT Related Book Content Cited by:

    Jun 16,  · Read "Geochemical and textural evidence for early (shallow) diagenetic growth of stratigraphically confined carbonate concretions, Upper Devonian Rhinestreet black shale, western New York, Chemical Geology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. The Ohio Shale was one of the widespread, middle-to-late Devonian organic-rich shales (including the correlative Antrim Shale in Michigan and the Chattanooga Shale in Kentucky and Tennessee) found in the Appalachian basin in eastern North America [16] [17]. The Ohio Shale is a fissile, dark gray-black, organic-rich shale with minor amounts of Cited by: 1.

    Mineralogy of the septarian concretions from frithwilliams.com frithwilliams.coml growth and habit. United States:Mineralogical Society of America (3rd Mineralotical Society of America-Friends of Mineralogy Symposium -- Tucson, AR, Feb, p??? Clifton, H.E. The carbonate concretions of the Ohio Shale. Ohio Journal of Science, 57(2) An Organic Origin for the Carbonate Concretions of the Ohio Shale (Versión libro) Título: An Organic Origin for the Carbonate Concretions of the Ohio Shale Creador: J. F. Evernden Género: Carbonate rocks Impresora: no defined The Magic School Bus Blows Its Top A Book .


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Organic origin for the carbonate concretions of the Ohio Shale by R. E. Criss Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. An organic origin for the carbonate concretions of the Ohio Shale. [R E Criss; G A Cooke; S D Day; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. An Organic Origin for the Carbonate Concretions of the Ohio Shale. Get this from a library. An organic origin for the carbonate concretions of the Ohio Shale.

[R E Criss; G A Cooke; S D Day; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. of syngenetic origin. The next reference to the Ohio shale concretions was by Daly (), who described and discussed the origin of calcareous concretions at Kettle Point, Ontario.

These concretions are in the lower part of the Huron shale (correlative with the Ohio shale). Daly noted that joints did not break the concretions, and. Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader.

origin of these giant concretions abounds, and they are commonly confused with crystalline glacial erratics. Ohio Shale concretions are composed primarily of carbonate (limestone or dolomite) rock and are enclosed within a dark-gray to black shale. They have been likened to “marbles pressed within.

cretions. Rarely, organic matter is con-tained within the concretion, either plant or fish remains. The origin of the concretions in Ohio shales has been of continued interest. In the origin suggested here, the following assumptions are made: 1.

Concretion growth occurred only dur-ing the period of time when muds under. Sketch of concretions in the Huron Member of the Ohio Shale, Adams County, by John Locke, reports of them to the boasts of medieval explorers returning with fanciful tales: “The ludus helmontii have always been a curious subject to geologists.” Ohio Shale concretions are primarily composed of carbonate (limestone or dolomite) rock and are.

Chemical and isotopic studies of Jurassic carbonate concretions indicate an origin by anaerobic methane oxidation. Concretion growth occurred within the top 1 m of sediment in a thin zone where methane was consumed to stimulate a late, rejuvenated phase of sulfate frithwilliams.com by: Oct 18,  · Ohio shale concretions have captured public interest and sparked scientific debate about origins since they were first described during the First Geological Survey of Ohio, by geologist, John Locke.

I was introduced to concretions as "fossil cannonballs" by my educator Grandfather, with a chuckle of course. tion on the origin of these giant concretions abounds, and they are commonly confused with crystalline glacial erratics. Ohio Shale concretions are composed primarily of carbonate (limestone or dolomite) rock and are enclosed within a dark-gray to black shale.

They have been likened to "marbles pressed within the pages of a book," because the horizontally bedded shale bends around the concretion, both. May 07,  · And so last week my Raven and I visited Highbanks Metro Park in Columbus Ohio USA, ostensibly for a lovely walk and to discover wildlife but that is for another frithwilliams.com noticed a display in the nature center about the concretions and about how the partial fossil of a long extinct fish had been discovered in one at the park.

It is rich in organic hydrocarbons (kerogen) and is considered an oil shale. Large, rounded, carbonate concretions are common in some zones of the Ohio Shale. Many of the concretions contain bony plates of armored fishes. Concretions for this study were obtained from exposures of Francis Creek Shale in the H.

Porter strip mine near Ottawa, Illinois, and from Pit 11 of the Peabody Coal Company near Braidwood, Illinois (Fig. The occurrence lies near the present FIGURE 1. Location of study area in northeastern frithwilliams.com by: Morphology and origin of calcium carbonate concretions in Eocene shale, southeastern Nigeria.

Jour nal of African Earth Sciences, 11(3/4) Arua, I. The trace fossil Teredolites longissimus in calcareous concretions from the Eocene Ameki Formation,southeaster frithwilliams.coml of African Earth Sciences.

The decomposing woody material may have released carbonic and other acids as well as ammonia and amines. This would create a micro- Fig. Calcareous concretion displaying layering.

Morphology and origin of calcium carbonate concretions in Eocene shale, southeastern Nigeria. Fig. Core of the concretion fallen into irregular pieces. Fig. frithwilliams.com: I. Arua. Caliche, also known as Calcrete – A calcium carbonate based concretion of sediment, CaCO 3 concretions in arid and semi-arid soils Champ Island – Island in Franz Josef Land, Russia Clay dog – Naturally occurring clay formations that are sculpted by river currents and dried by the sun.

Criss has written: 'An organic origin for the carbonate concretions of the Ohio Shale' -- subject(s): Carbonate Rocks, Concretions, Geology, Stratigraphic, Ohio River Valley, Ohio Shale.

Marcellus Shale Play Geology review Independent Statistics & Analysis The organic-rich black shale of the Marcellus formation was deposited in a foreland basin roughly black shale that encloses scattered pyrite, carbonate concretions, and scarce fossils.

Several beds of calcareous shale and black limestone and one or more zones of. Shallow-Water Origin of a Devonian Black Shale, Cleveland Shale Member (Ohio Shale), Northeastern Ohio, USA Article (PDF Available) in Open Journal of Geology 4(12) · January with.

May 14,  · Prostatomegaly refers to prostate gland enlargement. Concretions occur in the glandular lumen and are calcified secretions. This most often occurs in men older than 50 years of age. Grade prostatomegaly with concretions is an enlargement of the prostate gland that is usually seen in males over the age of How to cite this paper: Alshahrani, frithwilliams.com Evans, J.E.() Shallow -Water Origin of a Devonian Black Shale, Cleveland Shale Member (Ohio Shale), Northeastern Ohio, USA.

Open Journal of Geology.Aug 12,  · Went on vacation to Ohio, and had a blast rockhounding. Some ID help requests at the end of the album.