3 edition of Deposition of evaporites and red beds of the Nippewalla Group, Permian, Western Kansas found in the catalog.
Deposition of evaporites and red beds of the Nippewalla Group, Permian, Western Kansas
Katrine A. Holdoway
Bibliography: p. 40-42.
|Statement||by Katrine A. Holdoway.|
|Series||Bulletin - Kansas State Geological Survey ; no 215, University of Kansas publications, Bulletin (Kansas Geological Survey) ;, 215.|
|LC Classifications||QE113 .A2 no. 215, QE471.15.E8 .A2 no. 215|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||79622182|
Deposition of evaporites and red beds of the Nippewalla Group, Permian, western Kansas Holdoway, Holdoway Petrographic summary of Permian rocks from the DOE/Gruy Federal No. 1 Grabbe well, Swisher County. Evaporites: sediments, resources and hydrocarbons. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. (See p. for "Permian lacustrine redbeds, Kansas") ^ Benison, K.C. and Goldstein, R.H. Evaporites and siliciclastics of the Permian Nippewalla Group of Kansas, USA: a case for non-marine deposition in saline lakes and saline pans. Sedimentology 48(1.
Two billion years ago, marine sulfate concentrations were around one-third as high as modern ones, constituting an oxidizing capacity equivalent to more than 20% of that of the modern ocean-atmosphere system. Blättler et al. found this by analyzing a remarkable evaporite succession more than 1 billion years older than the oldest comparable deposit discovered to date. The Red Hills is the name of a physiographic region located mostly in Clark, Comanche and Barber counties in southern and central undulating terrain of red-tinted sediments, a product of the underlying geology, does not fit the conventional description of the Great Plains landscape of Kansas. The red bed sediments of the Red Hills were deposited in an arid continental closed.
Evaporites: sediments, resources and hydrocarbons. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. (See p. for "Permian lacustrine redbeds, Kansas") ↑ Benison, K.C. and Goldstein, R.H. Evaporites and siliciclastics of the Permian Nippewalla Group of Kansas, USA: a case for non-marine deposition in saline lakes and saline pans. Sedimentology 48(1. Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas [email protected] The recent recognition of redbeds on Mars similar to the Permian redbeds in Kansas has given speculation that (1) the beds probably were deposited by water; (2) they could contain evaporites; and (3) the evaporites might contain fluid inclusions with organic.
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Deposition of Evaporites and Red Beds of the Nippewalla Group, Permian, Western Kansas by Katrine A. Holdoway. Originally published in as Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin This is, in general, the original text as published.
The information has not been updated. Executive Summary. The mid‐Permian Nippewalla Group of Kansas consists of bedded evaporites, red‐bed siliciclastics and grey siliciclastics deposited in a non‐marine environment.
Lithologies and sedimentary features indicate lacustrine and aeolian deposition, subaerial exposure and palaeosol by: Evaporites and siliciclastics of the Permian Nippewalla Group of Kansas, USA: A case for non-marine deposition in saline lakes and saline pans Article (PDF Available) in Sedimentology 48(1) Recent studies of red beds and evaporites within the Leonardian-Guadalupian Nippewalla Group of Kansas suggest some red beds and evaporites were deposited in acid saline lakes and associated environments.
The middle to late Permian Quartermaster Group, which overlies the Nippewalla Group, has not been as extensively studied. The mid-Permian Nippewalla Group of Kansas consists of bedded evaporites, red-bed siliciclastics and grey siliciclastics deposited in a non-marine environment.
suggest deposition in a dry. The Upper Permian Nippewalla Group consists of red bed-evaporite sequences located in the subsurface of western Kansas.
Halite, anhydrite, and gypsum occur widely and a thick halite bed is developed in far west Kansas as shown on this cross-section.
Evaporites hosted by red beds (red shales and sandstones), some – million years old, extend over a large area of the North American mid-continent1. They were deposited in non-marine saline. Permian red beds Permian red beds and evaporites A B Permia n Lopingian Changhsingian Wuchiapingian Capitanian Wordian Roadian Nippewalla Sumner Chase Council Grove Big Basin Day Creek & Stage Kansas Period Series Age (Ma) Lithostratigraphy Kungurian Artinskian Sakmarian Asselian Guadalupian Cisuralian Lithostratigraphy of Permian Red Beds and Evaporites in the Rebecca Download Deposition of evaporites and red beds of the Nippewalla Group.
10 downloads 10 Views 15MB Size Lithostratigraphy of Permian Red Beds and Evaporites in the Rebecca K. Bounds Core, Greeley County, Kansas Kansas Geological Survey Open-File Report Zambito, J.
J.1*, Benison, K. C.1, Foster, T. M.2, Soreghan, G. Permian red bed-hosted evaporites have a wide extent in North America, occupying much of the surface and subsurface of the midcontinent region (Fig. 2; Walker, ).Two such red bed and evaporite units, the Leonardian–Guadalupian Opeche Shale of North Dakota and age-equivalent Nippewalla Group of Kansas and Oklahoma, were the first ancient, extremely acid, sedimentary.
The paleoclimatic and geochronologic utility of coring red beds and evaporites: a case study from the RKB core (Permian, Kansas, USA) International Journal of Earth Sciences, Sep Evaporite, any of a variety of individual minerals found in the sedimentary deposit of soluble salts that results from the evaporation of water.
A brief treatment of evaporite deposits and their constituent minerals follows. For full treatment, see sedimentary rock: Evaporites. Typically, evaporite.
Lithofacies in the Midcontinent Permian range from red beds interbedded with marine limestone low in the section, to entirely continental red beds and evaporites high in the section (McKee and Oriel ).This transition reflects a well-documented eustatic and climatic shift driven by (1) the evolution from the Permo-Carboniferous icehouse climate to full greenhouse conditions in the Permo.
The age of deposition for the El Reno Group, and its correlative Nippewalla Group in Kansas, has remained problematic owing to no observed fossils in northern Oklahoma and Kansas, or ashes, and difficulty with correlation caused by discontinuous strata and late-stage dissolution of evaporites in the shallow subsurface.
The Hutchinson Salt, underlying an area of ~96, km 2 (37, mi 2) mainly in central and south-central Kansas, is considered a saline giant (Walters, ; Fig. 1).It attains a thickness of up to m in Kansas and is composed of ~60%–80% halite (Kulstad, ; Walters, ).Although this bedded halite deposit is one of the Earth’s most famous salt deposits, it has been the subject of.
The Red Hills, also referred to as Gypsum Hills, is the name of a physiographic region located mostly in Clark, Comanche and Barber counties in southern and central undulating terrain of red-tinted sediments, a product of the underlying geology, does not fit the conventional description of the Great Plains landscape of Kansas.
The red bed sediments of the Red Hills were deposited. Extraordinarily harsh climatic conditions are documented by Zambito and Bennison (, p.
in this issue of Geology), who use fluid inclusion homogenization temperatures (T h) in uppermost Lower Permian (ca. Ma) halite beds of the Nippewalla Group (Kansas, United States) as proxies for surface air temperatures.
The region was then in. The Permian basin of west Texas and Southeastern New Mexico is one of the major petroleum producing regions of the United States. This basin produced 3% of the world's petroleum in and in that year, 1% of the world's proven reserves were in the Permian basin (Robichaud, ).
Most of the Upper Permian hydrocarbon reservoirs are in San Andres and Grayburg formations (Galloway et al. The Rustler formation contains the uppermost evaporites in the Permian section. Like the Salado, it was deposited in both the Delaware Basin and the shelf areas beyond.
DEWEY LAKE RED BEDS. Overlying the Rustler formation east of its outcrop are a few hundred feet of red beds, part of which are classed as of Permian and part of Triassic age. ) regards that the deposition of evaporites occurred in the Permian in an epicontinental environment, and that they do not belong to the marine onal cycle.
HERAK (, ) together with the presented arguments in favour of the Perm ian or "Perma-Triassic" of the evaporites from Dalmatia and Lika, reflects to the. Point of Rocks, a high-relief bluff overlooking the Cimarron River valley in Morton County, Kansas, is capped by distinct white beds of Neogene Ogallala Formation calcrete that overlie red beds of shale, siltstone, and sandstone.
These unfossiliferous red beds are currently assigned to the Jurassic System; however, their age has long been debated due to a lack of marker beds, index fossils.Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports Improving Seeding and Mulching Specifications In West Virginia and Creating a Materials Estimate Tool.than in marine environments, so red beds are good suggestive evidence of nonmarine deposition.
But again there are important exceptions. Evaporite chemistry If your succession contains evaporite minerals, you can often make a good case for marine or nonmarine on the basis of .