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Stromatoporoids from the Devonian reef complexes, Canning Basin, Western Australia

A. E. Cockbain

Stromatoporoids from the Devonian reef complexes, Canning Basin, Western Australia

by A. E. Cockbain

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Published by Geological Survey of Western Australia in Perth .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Canning Basin (W.A.)
    • Subjects:
    • Stromatoporoidea.,
    • Paleontology -- Devonian.,
    • Paleontology -- Australia -- Canning Basin (W.A.)

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesStromatoporoids, Canning Basin.
      Statementby A.E. Cockbain.
      SeriesBulletin,, 129, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Western Australia) ;, 129.
      ContributionsWestern Australia. Dept. of Mines.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE348 .A2 no. 129, QE779 .A2 no. 129
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 107 p. :
      Number of Pages107
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2586155M
      ISBN 100724490647
      LC Control Number85135858

      Full text of "Journal and proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales" See other formats. Platform margins, reef facies, and microbial carbonates; a comparison of Devonian reef complexes in the Canning Basin, Western Australia, and the Guilin region, South China. Earth Science Revi

      CHOW N., GEORGE A. D. and TRINAJSTIC K. M. () - Tectonic control on development of a Frasnian-Famennian (Late Devonian) palaeokarst surface, Canning Basin reef complexes, northwestern Australia. Australian J. Earth Sc., DASHTBAN H. () - Upper Devonian Goniatites (Famennian) from central Alborz (in Persian with English. Rapid increase in coral cover on an isolated coral reef, the Ashmore Reef National Nature Reserve, north-western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research

      Growth forms of well-preserved stromatoporoids, including genera Actinostroma, Stachyodes, and Stromatopora, are described for the first time from the Devonian Sabkhat Lafayrina reef complex of southern Morocco (west Sahara), one of the best exposed Middle . Report this link. Comments. Description.


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Stromatoporoids from the Devonian reef complexes, Canning Basin, Western Australia by A. E. Cockbain Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Stromatoporoids, Canning Basin. "Department of Mines, Western Australia"--Cover. Middle and Upper Devonian (Givetian, Frasnian, and Famennian) reef complexes are spectacularly exposed on the Lennard Shelf, along the northern margin of the Canning Basin (Western Australia), and are widely acknowledged as being among the best-exposed examples in the world of an ancient barrier reef system (Figs.

1, 2).They form a belt of rugged limestone ranges, approximately km long and. The Devonian reef complexes of the Canning Basin form a spectacular belt of rugged limestone ranges that extend for some km along the northern margin of the basin.

They have become known as the ‘Devonian Great Barrier Reef’ and constitute what is regarded as one of the world’s best examples of an ancient barrier-reef system. DEVONIAN REEF COMPLEXES OF THE CANNING BASIN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA Geological Survey of Western Australia Bulletin Devonian ammonoid biostratigraphy of the Canning Basin.

Devonian reef complexes are spectacularly exposed in a series of limestone ranges along the northern margin of the Canning Basin in Western Australia and have become known as ''The Devonian Great. Example: Searching for "Devonian Reef Complexes" in the title field will not return the title 'Devonian brachiopods from Western Australia book reef complexes of Stromatoporoids from the Devonian reef complexes Canning Basin'.

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Cockbain; Miospore assemblages from the Devonian Reef complexes, Canning Basin, Western Australia / by Kathleen Grey; Devonian reef complexes of the Canning basin, Western Australia, by Phillip E.

Playford and David C. Lowry. @article{osti_, title = {Seismic stratigraphy of Devonian reef complexes, northern Canning basin, western Australia}, author = {Middleton, M.F.}, abstractNote = {Seismic stratigraphic modeling of the Devonian reef complexes of the northern Canning basin suggests that the model of reef development proposed by Playford can be applied judiciously to the subsurface reefs.

Stromatoporoids from the Devonian (Eifelian to Lowest Frasnian) of Manitoba, Canada - Volume 70 Issue 2 - Colin W. Stearn Stromatoporoids from the Devonian reef complexes Canning Basin, Western Australia.

Geological Survey of Western Cited by: 4. Devonian reef complexes in the northern Canning Basin, Western Australia. Phillip E. Playford. Abstract. Late Givetian to late Famennian reef complexes are well exposed in rough limestone ranges for about miles along the northern margin of the Canning Basin.

They have undergone relatively little tectonic disturbance since deposition. The well-preserved Middle to Upper Devonian (Givetian, Frasnian, and Famennian) carbonate outcrops of the Lennard Shelf, northeastern Canning Basin, Western Australia, were chosen to carry out this study.

This exposure belt is optimal as a result of (1) its minimal structural and diagenetic overprinting since deposition, (2) its well-exposed. Stromatoporoids from the Devonian reef complexes, Canning Basin, Western Australia / by A.E.

Cockbain John Glover Blockley: geologist / Tony Cockbain The geology of Shark Bay / Phillip E. Playford, Anthony E. Cockbain, Patrick F. Berry, Anthony P. Robert. Microfaune de I'UR.S.S., 5, 64 p.

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Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 12 (2): (en chinois).Cited by: 2. This distribution pattern indicates that most of the neptunian dykes in the Miaomen reef have developed along the margin of the reef platform, approximately parallel to the reef front, similar to those in the Devonian reefs in the Canning Basin, Western Australia (Playford,Playford,Playford and Cockbain, ).Cited by: Devonian (Givetian and Frasnian) reef reservoirs in Alberta and British Columbia contain 60% of the conventional recoverable oil and 20% of the recoverable gas in the Western Canada sedimentary basin.

Although the depositional history of these reefs is well understood, it is the diagenetic overprint. A carbonate ramp in the shallow‐marine northwestern part of the Central Tarim Uplift, Bachu, NW China, exhibits an extraordinary Late Ordovician reef complex along the Lianglitag Mountains, exposed for a distance of about 25 km.

Seven localities within the ‘Middle Red Limestone’ of the Upper Member of the Lianglitag Formation (Katian, Late Ordovician) illustrated the changes in biofacies Cited by: 5. The Blendevale deposit, re-named Pillara, is located some 35 km and km respectively to the south-east of Fitzroy Crossing and Derby in north-western Western is one of a number of carbonate hosted Zn/Pb occurrences within middle to late Devonian carbonates on the.

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