microfacies

microfacies

[¦mī·krō′fā·shēz]
(petrology)
The composition, features, or appearance of a rock or mineral in thin section under the microscope.
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Microfacies study indicate that carbonate ramp facies are evident and there is no signes of reefs in study area.
Study of Microfacies and sequence stratigraphy of Fahlyian Formation in Marun oil field,Southwest Iran, Thesis submitted for the Master of Science at the University of Petroleum University of Technology Exploration and Production Department Tehran, Iran, 83.
Microfacies and geochemistry of the Ilam Formation in the Tang-E-Rashid area, Izeh, S.
In this research the organic elements existing in the microfacies has been studied qualitatively and quantitatively.
Biotic dynamics and carbonate microfacies of the conspicuous Darriwilian (Middle Ordovician) 'Taljsten' interval, south-central Sweden.
Earlier this year, the University of Erlangen, had issued a call for participation of students in the International Course on Carbonate Microfacies 2015, and around 80 geoscience students from all over the world have applied.
Indeed, more than 120 thin sections were provided from limestone and marl particles for micropaleontology and microfacies studies.
Enu and Adegoke (1988) used microfacies and microfaunal evidence to interpret the Ewekoro limestone occurring within the eastern Dahomey basin of south-western Nigeria as products of deposition in shallow marine environment.
Analysis indicates a wide range of deposit types, or microfacies (examples are presented in Figure 3).
1992, Microfacies and diagenetic controls of porosity in Cretaceous/Tertiary chalks, Ekofisk Field, Norwegian North Sea: American Association Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v.
1970 Carbonate microfacies of the Windsor Group (Carboniferous), Nova Scotia and New Brunswick; Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 70-21, 78p.