Dolomites: A Volume in Honour of Dolomieu

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This volume contains 23 state-of-the-art papers presented at the Dolomieu Conference on Carbonate Platforms and Dolomitization held in September 1991 in Ortisei, Italy. The conference was co-sponsored by the International Association of Sedimentologists (IAS) and the Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), and marked the 200th anniversary of the 1791 paper by Deodat de Dolomieu describing dolomite in detail for the first time. The papers presented do not aim to give a complete review of the current state of the ...
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This volume contains 23 state-of-the-art papers presented at the Dolomieu Conference on Carbonate Platforms and Dolomitization held in September 1991 in Ortisei, Italy. The conference was co-sponsored by the International Association of Sedimentologists (IAS) and the Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), and marked the 200th anniversary of the 1791 paper by Deodat de Dolomieu describing dolomite in detail for the first time. The papers presented do not aim to give a complete review of the current state of the dolomitic art, but rather discuss important advances and gaps in our knowledge of dolomitization.

  • State-of-the-art papers from worldwide experts.
  • Includes basic science and economic applications.
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Problems, progress and future research concerning dolomites and dolomitization 3
Dolomieu and the first description of dolomite 21
Salina sedimentation and diagenesis: West Caicos Island, British West Indies 37
Mechanisms of complete dolomitization in a carbonate shelf: comparison between the Norian Dolomia Principale (Italy) and the Holocene of Abu Dhabi Sabkha 55
Changing dolomitization styles from Norian to Rhaetian in the southern Tethys realm 75
Distribution, petrography and geochemistry of early dolomite in cyclic shelf facies, Yates Formation (Guadalupian), Capitan Reef Complex, USA 91
Dolomitization by near-normal seawater? Field evidence from the Bahamas 111
Late Cenozoic dolomites of the Bahamas: metastable analogues for the genesis of ancient platform dolomites 133
Dolomitization caused by water circulation near the mixing zone: an example from the Lower Visean of the Campine Basin (northern Belgium) 155
Burial dolomitization of the Middle Ordovician Glenwood Formation by evaporitic brines, Michigan Basin 169
Petrographic, geochemical and structural constraints on the timing and distribution of postlithification dolomite in the Rhaetian Portoro ('Calcare Nero') of the Portovenere Area, La Spezia, Italy 187
Has burial dolomitization come of age? Some answers from the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin 203
Burial and hydrothermal diagenesis of Ordovician carbonates from the Michigan Basin, Ontario, Canada 231
Progressive recrystallization and stabilization of early-stage dolomite: Lower Ordovician Ellenburger Group, west Texas 255
Nature, origins and evolution of porosity in dolomites 283
Permeability and porosity evolution in dolomitized Upper Cretaceous pelagic limestones of Central Tunisia 309
Porosity evolution through hypersaline reflux dolomitization 325
Synthesis of dolomite and geochemical implications 345
Discontinuous solid solution in Ca-rich dolomites: the evidence and implications for the interpretation of dolomite petrographic and geochemical data 361
Rates of dolomitization: the influence of dissolved sulphate 377
Pervasive dolomitization of a subtidal carbonate ramp, Silurian and Devonian, Illinois Basin, USA 387
Organic matter distribution, water circulation and dolomitization beneath the Abu Dhabi Sabkha (United Arab Emirates) 409
Burial dolomitization of organic-rich and organic-poor carbonates, Jurassic of Central Tunisia 429
Index 447
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