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Lower and Middle Jurassic sediments of the ClevelandBasin N.E. England

Lower and Middle Jurassic sediments of the ClevelandBasin N.E. England

shallow marine and paralic facies seen in their sequence stratigraphic context

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    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Jurassic.,
  • Facies (Geology) -- England -- ClevelandBasin.,
  • Sediments (Geology) -- England -- Cleveland Basin.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementauthors: Robert W. O"B. Knox ... (et al.).
    SeriesField guide / British Sedimentological Research Group -- no. 5
    ContributionsKnox, R. W. O"B., International Sedimentological Congress, (13th : 1990 : Nottingham, England)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination66 p. :
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22809421M
    ISBN 100951543989
    OCLC/WorldCa29522687

      The Lower Jurassic of the Morondava Basin comprises continental to shallow marine siliciclastics of the Toarcian–Aalenian upper Isalo Group (Isalo II) which were deposited in thermal sag basins (Luger et al., ; Schandelmeier and Bremer, ) and disconformably overly the Middle–Upper Triassic (Ladinian–Norian) lower Isalo Group. We report on the discovery of oil from the Boulby Mine and its likely productive source rock from Yorkshire in NE England, located to the west .

    R. Eschard, C. Ravenne, P. Houel, R. Knox, "Three-Dimensional Reservoir Architecture of a Valley-Fell Sequence and a Deltaic Aggradational Sequence: Influences of Minor Relative Sea-Level Variations (Scalby Formation, England).", The Three-Dimensional Facies Architecture of Terrigenous Clastic Sediments and its Implications for Hydrocarbon Discovery and Recovery, .   The Middle Jurassic sequence of the Yorkshire Coast (commonly regarded as the Ravenscar Group), therefore, consists of these fluvio-deltaic sediments approximating m thickness (Rawson and Wright, ; Peltonen, ). This study focusses on the Cloughton, Scarborough and Scalby Formations, three of the five formations that make up the.

    Site investigation borehole cores and temporary shaft exposures at the Toll House Pumping Station shaft site, Castle Hill, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, have revealed new data on. In the Burythorpe area of the Howardian Hills, located on the northern margin of the Market Weighton High, the Callovian succession is represented only by Lower Callovian sediments. These belong to the Kellaways Sand Member (Kellaways Formation), up to 12 m thick, but thinning southwards to 5 m.


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Lower and Middle Jurassic sediments of the ClevelandBasin N.E. England Download PDF EPUB FB2

the Middle Jurassic succession in the Cleveland Basin with the southern North Sea (Hancock & Fisher ) and northern North Sea (Butler et al. ), and have Allochthonous Lower and Middle Jurassic (Pliensbachian–Bathonian) permineralized and charcoalified woods from the Cleveland Basin (North Yorkshire, England) are assigned to.

This review combines two Presidential Addresses (, ) and aims to provides an up-to-date overview of the stratigraphy and sedimentation of the Jurassic sequence of the Cleveland Basin (Yorkshire), including poorly known data from the western outcrop. These fascinating rocks have been the focus of geological research since the 18th Century Cited by: Abstract.

This review combines two Presidential Addresses (, ) and aims to provides an up-to-date overview of the stratigraphy and sedimentation of the Jurassic sequence of the Cleveland Basin (Yorkshire), including poorly known data from the western by: Eight clastic and carbonate lithofacies of Lower and Middle Jurassic age (the Marrat and Dhruma Formations respectively) have been identified.

These lithofacies are mainly shales, shales‐and‐siltstones, siltstones‐and‐shales, sandstones, argillaceous limestones, calcarenitic limestones, calcarenites and by: 9. Stratigraphical framework for the Middle Jurassic strata of Great Britain and the adjoining continental shelf.

Although well-studied by world standards, the Jurassic sediments of the Cleveland Basin continue to throw up surprises and advances in our understanding of the Earth as a dynamic system over a period of c. 30 million years. These studies have directly and indirectly influenced our understanding of the Earth as a system, and have played an.

Lower and Middle Jurassic sediments of the Cleveland Basin N.E. England: Shallow marine and paralic facies seen in their sequence stratigraphic context. Field Excursion Guide, No.5; 13th International Sedimentological Congress, Nottingham, UK.

66pp. Lower to Middle Jurassic rocks ( to million years ago) the usual interbedded succession of mudstone and thin limestone that is so characteristic of the Lower Jurassic elsewhere in southern England, is replaced entirely by conglomeratic limestone.

Into these were swept sediments containing the remains of Late Triassic reptiles and. Knox, R W O'B, Howard, A S, Powell, J H and van Buchem, F S P. Lower and Middle Jurassic sediments of the Cleveland Basin N.E. England: Shallow marine and paralic facies seen in their sequence stratigraphic context.

Field Excursion Guide, No.5; 13th International Sedimentological Congress, Nottingham, UK. 66pp. This Yorkshire coast section exposes the Cleveland Ironstone of the Middle Lias (Lower Jurassic). It is fossiliferous and interesting sedimentologically. The location has been included partly to give diversity to the range of field guides here, partly for comparison with the Jurassic of the Wessex coast.

Lower and Middle Jurassic sediments of the Cleveland Basin, N. England: shallow marine and paralic facies seen in their sequence stratigraphic context, Field Guide No.

Compiled for the 13th International Sedimentological Congress, Nottingham UKBritish Sedimentological Research Group (). The Lower Palaeolithic site at Elveden, Suffolk, was the subject of new excavations from – Excavations around the edge and in the centre of the former clay-pit revealed sediments.

MIDDLE JURASSIC The Middle Jurassic sediments of north eastern England are most completely developed in the Yorkshire Basin to the north of the stable structure known as the Market Weighton Block.

To the west of the block lay land and to the east was open sea, but deposition in the subsiding basins to the north and south of it, produced.

ABSTRACT Numerous hard‐grounds and palaeo‐emersion surfaces in Middle Jurassic grainstones of Burgundy (France) and Upper Jurassic micritic limestones of the Fnoud region (Algeria) exhibit a variety of diagenetic cements and internal sediments. Four types of internal sediments have been defined, each being the product of a particular environment.

Abstract: A palynostratigraphical study of the Middle Jurassic Ravenscar Group, Cleveland Basin,northern England involving the integration of miospore and microplank-ton data with sedimentary facies data has resulted in improvements in the stratigraphical resolution of offshore hydrocarbon-bearing strata in the North Viking Graben and Mid-Norway.

A palynostratigraphical study of the Middle Jurassic Ravenscar Group, Cleveland Basin, northern England involving the integration of miospore and microplankton data with sedimentary facies data has resulted in improvements in the stratigraphical resolution of offshore hydrocarbon-bearing strata in the North Viking Graben and Mid-Norway.

Exposures of Middle Jurassic rocks in the two regions are dominantly coastal, and therefore of limited areal extent. Thus, the longest fossil dinosaur trackway recorded in the Cleveland Basin reaches no more than 13 m [], and even less (5 m) in the Hebrides lengths are insignificant compared with those from inland exposures in America ( m) [], Portugal (.

Lower And Middle Jurassic Sediments Of The Cleveland Basin N. England: Shallow Marine And Paralic Facies Seen In Their Sequence Stratigraphic Context by Robert Knox avg rating — 0 ratings. Anomalous enrichment of molybdenum and associated metals in Lower Jurassic (Lias Group) black shales of central England, as revealed by systematic geochemical surveys Article Apr.

Paleontological study of Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous sediments recovered by boreholes in the Agan-Vakh and Nadym-Vengapur interfluves clarified environments of their deposition. As is shown, influx of siliciclastic material to central areas of the West Siberian sea basin varied through time.

Taxonomic composition and ecological structure of nektonic and. Rare spinel and garnet grains of meta-ultramafic rocks, only in the Middle Jurassic at the Mohawk B well, suggest minor supply from the rising Labrador rift, via the same river that transported distant sediments to the Fundy Basin.

Lower Cretaceous sandstones from the Mohican I well contain minor garnet, spinel, and tourmaline from meta.Over ′ of sediment was penetrated, with sixteen Triassic and fourteen Lower–Middle Jurassic sedimentary units recognised, with a total measured depth (T.D) of .