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 and Diagenetic Analysis of Chorgali Carbonates, Chorgali Pass, Khair-E-Murat Range: Implications for Hydrocarbon Reservoir Characterization.
2011): Stratigraphic and spatial variability in shell middens: microfacies identification at the ethnohistoric site Tunel VII (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina).
Six students of the Department of Applied Geosciences (AGEO) at GUtech recently participated in the International Course on Carbonate Microfacies 2017 at the Geocenter of the University of Erlangen-NE-rnberg (Germany).
2011): Compositional changes in sigmoidal carbonate clinoforms (Late Tithonian, eastern Sardinia, Italy): insights from quantitative microfacies analyses.
Factors controlling sediment preservation on a North Jamaican fringing reef: A process-based approach to microfacies analysis.
Boustani and Khawaja, 1997) carried out the microfacies studies of the Sakesar Limestone from the Nilawahan Gorge.
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.
Shahnawaz [17] have described the preliminary microfacies of the Margla Hill Limestone of Jabri area.
Microfacies of Carbonate rocks, analysis, interpretation and applications.
R, (2002a): Microfacies and Paleoenvironment of Donezella Accumulations across an Upper Carboniferous High-rising Carbonate Platform (Asturias, NW Spain).