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Differentiation of sedimentary environments by statistical methods

Robert William Tucker

Differentiation of sedimentary environments by statistical methods

by Robert William Tucker

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sedimentation analysis.,
  • Sediments (Geology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert William Tucker.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 243 l.
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16743560M

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images are dealt with separately, as are statistical analysis and computer modelling. Finally, Chapter 10 – Marine Invertebrate Neoichnology is dedi-cated to neoichnology of siliciclastic, marginal-marine to marine depositional environments, with two clearly differentiated parts.

The first presents the major invertebrate trace-making groups, pri. Quantitative evaluation of grain shapes by utilizing Fourier and fractal analysis and implications for discriminating sedimentary environments.

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was a highly successful year for the Geography book publishing team. We published over one hundred book titles and celebrated World Soils Day, World GIS Day, Geography Awareness Week with the work of our esteemed authors. Grain size is a fundamental descriptive measure of sediment and sedimentary rock.

A large part of information related to sedimentary particles transport and deposition can be obtained from grain size. Grain size parameters are useful for recognizing sedimentary environments such as dune, river, beach marine and others of continental shelf through graphical, moment and statistical by: 2.

a Avoid the prefix mega if you do not now the overall volume of beds; the estimate the volume, you must have an idea about the areal extent of the bed and its thickness changes. Do not judge the size of a bed from on outcrop. b Use the term "faintly laminated," "diffuse lamination," "banding.".

c In a certain usage, beds thicker than 1 meter are qualified as massive: this term is not. Introduction. Multivariate statistical analysis is a commonly used method for classification and interpretation of quantitative data in geosciences (Shi,Swan and Sandilands,Hammer et al.,Davis,Hammer and Harper, ).This approach was applied to various carbonate microfacies studies, see extensive list of references in Flügel (, pp.

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Alluvial fans are important sedimentary environments. They trap sediment delivered from mountain source areas, and exert an important control on the delivery of sediment to downstream environments, to axial drainages and to sedimentary basins.

They preserve a sensitive record of environmental change within the mountain source areas. depositional environments or other types of analysis, re­ quires a great deal of interpretation on the part of the geologist. This book hopefully provides a simplified outline of the major. An introduction to sediments, sedimentary processes, and the stratigraphic record.

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