• shale | rock | Britannica

    shale, any of a group of fine-grained, laminated sedimentary rocks consisting of silt- and clay-sized particles.Shale is the most abundant of the sedimentary rocks, accounting for roughly 70 percent of this rock type in the crust of the Earth.. …

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  • Sequence Stratigraphy of Fine-Grained "Shale" Deposits ...

    PDF | On Dec 6, 2017, Shu Jiang and others published Sequence Stratigraphy of Fine-Grained "Shale" Deposits: Case Studies of Representative Shales in the USA and China | …

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  • Depositional environment, sequence stratigraphy and ...

    2017-1-1 · The oil shale is intercalated with coal beds and comprises a coal bed-oil shale deposit ... the lower Sr/Ba value (<1) and the 0.025–0.026% Sr value for the lacustrine deposits suggest that the limestone was formed ... Oil shale paleo-productivity disturbed by sea water in a coal and oil shale bearing succession: a case study from the ...

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  • (PDF) Karu, V.; Västrik, A.; Anepaio, A.; Väizene, V ...

    The final aim of the research is to use BAT for underground mining in difficult conditions of coal and oil-shale deposits.The main problem to be solved is to selectively cut oil shale (15 MPa) and hard limestone (up to 100 MPa). The oil shale seam …

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  • Uranium enrichment shorewards in black shales: A case ...

    The Alum Shale sequence above the Andrarum Limestone is overall fairly homogeneous and is composed of fine-grained mudstone with a low proportion of diagenetic carbonate beds.

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  • Uranium enrichment shorewards in black shales: A case ...

    2002-6-1 · DOI: 10.1080/11035890201242107 Corpus ID: 132155840. Uranium enrichment shorewards in black shales: A case study from the Scandinavian Alum Shale @article{Schovsbo2002UraniumES, title={Uranium enrichment shorewards in black shales: A case study from the Scandinavian Alum Shale}, author={Niels Hemmingsen Schovsbo}, …

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  • Perspectives for the Mining of Oil Shale and Limestone ...

    2006-8-14 · The oil shale layers occur among the limestone in-terlayers in Kukruse Regional Stage of the Middle Ordovician (O2kk). It is a stratified sedimentary rock, rich in organic matter. The commercial oil shale bed and immediate roof consists of oil shale and limestone layers (Fig. 2). The main roof con-sists of carbonate rocks of various thicknesses.

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  • Uranium enrichment shorewards in black shales: A case ...

    A case study from the Scandinavian Alum Shale. GFF Vol. 124 ... tion of primary limestone and carbonate concretions the inner- ... seen tracking shallow water deposits towards present day …

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  • Gillis Quarries Ltd.

    2  · Pressure due to earth movements played an important part of consolidating the deposits, and the heat of igneous intrusions was also effective. Due to the earth''s movements, glaciation, and the receding of Lake Agassiz, the deposits were raised to dry land creating a limestone belt, about 100 miles wide, extending diagonally across the province.

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  • Evaluation of shale gas reservoirs in complex structural ...

    2021-3-1 · The Lockhart limestone underlies the Patala Formation with a transitional contact relationship (Fig. 3a). The Patala Formation is overlain by a transitional contact based on increase of limestone inter-beds of Eocene Nammal Formation comprising both limestone and shale (Shah et al., 1977). The estimated thickness of Patala Formation in the ...

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  • Classification of Sedimentary Rocks

    2016-9-13 · Siliceous Shale Siliceous Claystone Siliceous Mudstone Etc. Calcite or Dolomite: Limestone: chiefly calcite, massive Dolomite (Dolostone): chiefly dolomite, massive Chalk: chalky texture Tufa: very porous, friable Travertine: bonded, coherent, denser than tufa Caliche: lime-rich deposit formed near surface: Calcareous Shale: limy shale, etc.

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  • HIGH SELECTIVE OIL SHALE MINING

    2013-6-12 · case of Estonian kukersite oil shale, the mined seam is relatively stable over the deposit. In the areas of outcropping and deposit wings, some upper or lower layers outcrop or the thickness of some layers varies [5, 6]. The calorific value, oil yield and limestone content vary as well [7, 8]. Several

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  • How is Shale Gas Produced?

    2013-4-30 · Shale gas formations are "unconventional" reservoirs – i.e., reservoirs of low "permeability." Permeability refers to the capacity of a porous, sediment, soil – or rock in this case – to transmit a fluid. This contrasts with a "conventional " gas reservoir produced from sands and carbonates (such as limestone).

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  • Surface Geology-Dallas Paleontological Society

    2012-1-5 · At the time of the Denton Clay, deeper water covered the area. The calcium carbonate deposits hardened into a micritic limestone. Clay units have abundant shell debris and some burrowing is evident. Marl beds vary from argillaceous limestone to calcareous clay. Limestone units are dark gray when fresh and can have thin (<0.6 ft.) Gryphea beds.

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  • Sedimentary Rock Notes

    2016-4-11 · more common patterns in a vertical sequence is the cycle of sandstone, shale and limestone. This pattern is produced by the advance and retreat of shallow seas over the continental platform. The following cross section is a representation of a transgressive-regressive sequence. Sandstone Shale Limestone Shale Sandstone

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  • Shale Rock: Geology, Composition, Uses

    2020-8-2 · Shale is the most common sedimentary rock, accounting for about 70 percent of the rock in the Earth''s crust. Shale is a fine-grained rock made from compacted mud and clay. The defining characteristic of shale is its ability to …

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  • AN INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF A "TYPE EUXINIC" …

    2017-3-24 · (Ono.Onondaga Limestone, USUnion springs Shale, Tul.Tully Limestone, Gso.Geneseo Shale, ... thereby weakening the case for ... once the favored interpretation for most epeiric black shale deposits, has been increasingly questioned due to: …

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  • How Are Sedimentary Rocks Formed?

    2020-8-20 · Some of the more common types of sedimentary rock include sandstone, shale, limestone and coal. In all cases, debris, organic material, or minerals slowly form into what are typically soft, dry and porous rock types. …

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  • Dallas Paleontological Society

    Rocks, minerals, and fossils found on the surface of Dallas and Tarrant Counties were deposited in the Mesozoic Era and Cenozoic Era. (See Geologic Time Chart) The resulting formations are either of Cretaceous Age, 145 to 66 million years ago (ma) or Quaternary Period, 2.58 ma to present. In Dallas County, the Cretaceous Period ranges from ...

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  • GEOLOGY OF THE ARABIAN PENINSULA

    2010-10-19 · Geology of the Arabian Peninsula Sedimentary Geology of Saudi Arabia By R. W. POWERS, L. F. RAMIREZ, C. D. REDMOND, and E. L. …

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  • Sedimentary Rocks and the Rock Cycle

    2020-8-26 · Sedimentary rocks are formed by the lithification of inorganic and/or organic sediments, or as chemical precipitates. There are two types of sedimentary rocks: Clastic and Chemical Clastic sedimentary rocks form when existing parent rock material is weathered, fragmented, transported, and deposited in layers that compact,

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  • Porosity and Bulk Density of Sedimentary Rocks

    2012-7-25 · Sorby (1908) gave the porosity of sandstone, shale, and slate obtained by imbibition of water for several days under a partial vacuum re­ sulting from the condensation of steam. Sorby used almond oil or benzol to saturate specimens of clay. Hirschwald (1912) determined the porosity of many sandstone, limestone, and slate specimens of

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  • Peak District Geology

    2018-2-6 · Special case 2: Volcanics . ... As the delta built itself closer, sand and grit covered the shale and limestone layers. This was a dynamic environment with tides and strong currents which often moved and re-sorted the sand banks and …

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  • Unconventional gas and oil in North America

    2014-8-22 · Unconventional gas and oil in North America Page 4 of 24 Glossary Barrel (oil): standard measuring unit for petroleum products, approximately 159 litres. Coal bed methane: natural gas trapped in underground coal seams. The gas is usually produced by pumping water from the coal seam to reduce pressure and release the gas.

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  • Sedimentary Mineral Deposits

    2016-10-5 · In this class are ore-deposits that have been formed by the action of meteoric waters, that is, water derived from the air (rain, etc.). They are found …

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  • FUTURE OF OIL SHALE MINING TECHNOLOGY IN ESTONIA

    2008-6-12 · ground mining in difficult conditions of coal and oil-shale deposits. The main problem to be solved is to selectively cut oil shale (15 MPa) and hard limestone (up to 100 MPa). The oil shale seam consists of up to 50% limestone layers and …

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  • Shale deposition

    Lithology of formation in this section are above as follows oil shale facies classes Is Sergalu formation Jurassic sediments including Neyriz and Sargelo formations covering the dolomitic Khaneh-kat formation and so upper this deposits coat them with unconformity by high limestone cliffs maker, Fahliyan formation with Lower Cretaceous cover ...

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