Basin Analysis. Principles and Applications by Philip A. Allen, John R. Allen

By Philip A. Allen, John R. Allen

Half 1: the principles OF SEDIMENTARY BASINS.
Chapter 1 Basins of their plate tectonic environment
Chapter 2 The actual kingdom of the lithosphere
PART 2: THE MECHANICS OF SEDIMENTARY BASIN FORMATION.
Chapter three Basins because of lithospheric stretching
Chapter four Basins as a result of flexure
Chapter five results of mantle dynamics
Chapter 6 Basins linked to strike-slip deformation
PART three THE SEDIMENTARY BASIN-FILL.
Chapter 7 The sediment routing system
Chapter eight Basin stratigraphy
Chapter nine Subsidence and thermal history
PART four software TO PETROLEUM PLAY ASSESSMENT.
Chapter 10 The petroleum play
References
Index
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Mihoensis, beds with bivalves Cuspidaria brevirostris (Coniacian), two foraminifer zones: Silicosigmolina futabaensis, Rzehakia subcircularis and Planulina rumoiensis, Globotruncana japonica, Trochammina oriovica and radiolarian complexes - Spongodiscus impressus and Spongurus sp. [24]. Yazykova [68] analyzed in detail ammonite and inoceramid zones, as well as stages of the organism evolution and suggested her own version to determine a boundary between the Turonian and Coniacian. The appearance of the endemic Inoceramus uwajimensis and cosmopolitan /.

Platanus cuneifolia, and Tetracentron aff. potomacence [98]. In Sakhalin during the mid-Albian there existed a marine basin, in which islands were intermittenly emergent. The role of diverse liana-form ferns (Schizaeacea and Polypodiaceae) and Ginkgoaceae, Hirmerellaceae and Gnetales among gymnosperms in the late Albian flora shows a marine cooling influence. In the early Cenomanian the amount of Bryales, Lycopodium-form, Selaginellaceae became more diversified, and the abundance of Taxodiaceae and angiosperms increased.

Three of them are related to the Okhotsk-Chukchi province, whereas the other three younger horizons (beginning from late Santonian) belong to the Japan province. , Aralicephyllum samargense, Araliopsoides cretacea, and Cinnamomorphyllum sp. The palynomorph assemblages are dominated by Gymnospermaceae: Taxodiumpollenites hiatus, Inaperturopollenites dubius, bisaccate close to Pinaceae and Podocarpus. Among the spores the most characteristic are: Foveosporites cenomanicus, F. , T. variabilis, Retitriletes georgansis, R.

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