6 edition of The Monterey Formation found in the catalog.
June 15, 2001
by Columbia University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Caroline M. Isaacs (Editor), Jürgen Rullkötter (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||608|
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I live in SoCal and have experience with the Monterey Formation and other time contemporaneous formations. This book is nothing less than the biography of a rock formation and the most thorough book I've seen written about one rock formation.
This book is not for the casual browser. If you haven't had at least Geostay away.4/5(1). The Miocene Monterey Formation Anne Hargreaves The Los Angeles Basin is the most productive basin by area in the world – and the Miocene Monterey Formation, which is exposed along the coast and in the hills of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, is the The Monterey Formation book source rock for this basin.
About the Author Caroline M. Isaacs is geologist emeritus at the U. Geological Survey in Menlo Park, California. Jürgen Rullkötter is professor of organic geochemistry at the Institute of Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM) at the University of Oldenburg, Germany.
The Monterey Formation is a Miocene-age unit on the westside of the San Joaquin Valley that is equivalent to the combined interval of the Reef Ridge, Antelope, McDonald, Devilwater and Gould Members. A basal sandstone known as the Buttonbed is included by some geologists in the Monterey, whereas others place it in the underlying Temblor Formation.
THE MONTEREY FORMATION: FROM ROCKS TO MOLECULES provides an extraordinary case study of a classic marine petroleum system in the prolific oil basins of California. Based on results from the Cooperative Monterey Organic Geochemistry Study (CMOGS), the volume examines paleoenvironmental conditions, organic-matter deposition, source-rock characteristics, thermal maturation, and oil.
The Monterey Formation book Formation Provides an extraordinary case study of a classic marine petroleum system in the prolific oil basins of California. Based on results from the Cooperative Monterey Organic Chemistry Study, the volume examines paleoenvironmental conditions, organic-matter deposition, source-rock characteristics, thermal maturation, and oil.
The Monterey formation is so thick and extensive, and has so much economic as well as scientific importance, that it constitutes a major element in the geology of California. b Santa. The Monterey Formation, showing hydraulic fracturing and tiny diatoms that decompose into oil. Illustration: Emily Underwood.
Compared to more famous and heavily developed shales like North Dakota’s Bakken Formation or the Northeast’s Marcellus.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxii, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm: Contents: Depositional framework of the Monterey Formation, California / C.M. Isaacs --The Monterey Formation: bottom-water redox conditions and photic-zone primary productivity / D.Z.
Piper, C.M. Isaacs --Petrographic clues to processes leading to high. The Monterey Formation which underlies the Sisquoc Formation is dominated by siliceous dolostone, interlayered with brecciated chert and porcelanite (Grivetti, ).
The actual contact between the Monterey and the Sisquoc formations along the beach transect is covered by beach and terrace deposits but resistant chert beds mark the top of the.
Based on results from the Cooperative Monterey Organic Geochemistry Study (CMOGS), the volume examines paleoenvironmental conditions, organic-matter deposition, source-rock characteristics, thermal maturation and oil generation in the Monterey Formation, with particular focus on the Santa Maria and Santa Barbara-Ventura Basins.
The Monterey Formation | The Monterey Formation: From Rocks to Molecules provides a case study of a classic marine petroleum system in the prolific oil basins of California.
Based on results from the Cooperative Monterey Organic Geochemistry Study (CMOGS), the volume examines paleoenvironmental conditions, organic-matter deposition, source-rock characteristics, thermal maturation and oil Brand: Columbia University Press.
The Who "Monterey Pop Festival" - the Monterey County Fairgrounds, Monterey, CA. to the Monterey Formation, in R.E. Garrison and R.G. Douglas (eds.), The Monterey Formation and Related Siliceous Rocks of California: Pacific Section SEPM B p Bohacs, K.M., and J.R.
Schwalbach,Sequence Stratigraphy of Fine-Grained Rocks with Special Reference to the Monterey Formation. The Monterey Formation. From Rocks to Molecules. xxv+ pp Article (PDF Available) in Geological Magazine (02) - March with 62 ReadsAuthor: Richard Tyson.
The idea of maintaining a permanent historical collection originated with Library Director Bertha Hellum (). Library Director D. Jeffers () planned and created a special collections and history room in the Library. It is called the California History Room because of the emphasis on early California and Monterey history.
This field trip guidebook uses the Miocene Monterey Formation as a natural laboratory to understand the origin, distribution and physical properties of biogenic, siliceous and organic-rich mudrocks deposited from clastic-starved, upwelling systems above marginal marine basins.
Rent or Buy The Monterey Formation: From Rocks to Molecules - by Isaacs, Caroline M. for as low as $ at Voted #1 site for Buying Textbooks. The Miocene Monterey Formation of California, a biogenous deposit derived mainly from diatom debris, is important both as a petroleum source and petroleum reservoir.
As a source, the formation is thought to have generated much of the petroleum in California coastal basins, which are among the most prolific oil provinces in the United States.
Get this from a library. A test of diagenetic ordering in siliceous lithofacies, Monterey formation, southwestern Casmalia Hills, Santa Maria Basin, California.
[Idu Opral C Ijeoma] -- Abstract: A study of samples of porcelanite and siliceous mudstone from a single stratigraphic section containing all three silica phases in the Sisquoc and Monterey formations, Casmalia Hills.
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If you would like to participate, you can choose to edit this article, or visit the project page for more information. Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale. Mid.Stratigraphic, Tectonic, Thermal and Diagenetic Histories of the Monterey Formation, Pismo and Huasna Basin, California - The subject of this field trip, the Monterey and adjacent formations, are examined in detail in the Pismo Basin and to a lesser extent in the Huasna Basin.