Biju-duval B. Sedimentary geology. Sedimentary Basins. Depositional Environments. Petroleum Formation
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Editions Technip, France, 2002, p. 642 As this book is intended for engineering students in geology and geophysics, drillers, producers, and economists, it voluntarily leaves out certain aspects of geology such as mineralogy, the geology of crystalline basements, and metamorphism. It essentially deals with sedimentary geology and was designed as a teaching support with an emphasis on the basics and language used in the profession. It is based on geological observations on different scales, and is largely illustrated from field observation and analysis. The illustrations were prepared from my own experience and draw many examples from studies conducted in the framework of research projects at the Institut francais du petrole (IFP) and in the petroleum exploration work mentioned in the references.Contents Basics of dynamic geology Continental and oceanic basins Sedimentary driving mechanisms and environments Time evolution: sedimentary sequences, stratigraphy From sediments to sedimentary basin rocks and mountain chains Petroleum systems
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