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Mid-Permian Phosphoria Sea in Nevada and the upwelling model
Keith Brindley Ketner
|Statement||by Keith B. Ketner.|
|Series||Professional paper -- 1764, U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 1764.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||QE674 .K48 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||2009416466|
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The phosphate content of mid-Permian strata in western exposures tends to be relatively low as a percentage, but the thickness of those strata tends to be high.
The core area in and near southeastern Idaho where the concentration of phosphate is highest was separated from any possible site of upwelling oceanic waters by a great expanse of shallow by: 3.
The Phosphoria Sea extended at least km westward and at least km southwestward from its core area centered in southeastern Idaho. Throughout that extent it displayed many characteristic features of the core: the same fauna, the same unique sedimentary assemblage including phosphate in mostly pelletal form, chert composed mainly of sponge spicules, and an association with dolomite.
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Download Citation | Mid-Permian Phosphoria Sea in Nevada and the upwelling model | The Phosphoria Sea extended at least km westward and at. Mid-Permian Phosphoria Sea in Nevada and the upwelling model.
[Keith Brindley Ketner; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- "The Phosphoria Sea extended at least km westward and at least km southwestward from its core area centered in southeastern Idaho.
The model gives the exchange rate of water between the Phosphoria sea and the open ocean to the west in terms of an upwelling rate (84 m yr -1) and residence time ( yr) of seawater in the basin.
These hydrographic properties supported a mean rate of primary productivity of g m -2 d -1 of carbon in the uppermost few tens of meters Cited by: 20 works Search for books with subject Phosphoria Formation.
Search. Mid-Permian Phosphoria Sea in Nevada and the upwelling model Keith Brindley Ketner Not In Library. Biostratigraphy of the Phosphoria, Park City, and Shedhorn formations Ellis Leon Yochelson. Ketner K.B. Mid-Permian Phosphoria Sea in Nevada and the upwelling model.
- Reston: U.S. Geological Survey, - v, 21 p.: col. ill., map. 16 Pennsylvanian and Permian Strata Underlying Sediments of the Phosphoria Sea in Nevada 17 Phosphoria Formation and the Oceanic Upwelling Model.
Request PDF | On Jan 1,Matthew B Hayes and others published HELICOPRION TOOTH WHORLS AS PALEOTHERMOMETRY PROXIES FOR THE PERMIAN PHOSPHORIA SEA | Find, read and cite all the research you. From the western margin of the continent, upwelling water flowed into the evaporative Phosphoria sea, replacing and overriding hypersaline bottom water that drained westward.
This paleoceanographic model of the Phosphoria sea may help to explain the distribution and preservation of organic- and phosphate-rich strata in the Phosphoria by: The thickness of the formation ranges between and feet over most of northwestern Wyoming, but thins to about feet in the northern part of the area and thickens to about feet in the southwestern part (fig.
12). To the southwest, in southeastern Idaho, the formation thickens to more than by: In a depositional model by Sheldon (), the spiculitic chert facies are interpreted to have been deposited above and slightly basinward from drowned barrier islands.
In Sheldon's model, the chert facies interfinger with carbonate platforms on the shelves and dark shales in the Phosphoria by: Berger WH () Biogenous deep-sea sediments: fractionation by deep-sea circulation.
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Piper, 1 Paul Karl Link 2 1 U. Geological Survey, M/SMenlo Park, California, ; email: [email protected] 2 Department of Geosciences, Idaho State University, P.O. BoxSouth 8th Street, Pocatello, Idaho, ; email. Deposition of the PRC occurred in the Phosphoria Sea (), which formed in a shallow marginal foreland basin on the western margin of North America at a palaeolatitude of about 20°N (Scotese and Langford, ).This sea was partially separated from the Panthalassa Ocean by an island arc system, and was bounded to the north by low relief palaeohighs, to the south by the Ancestral Cited by: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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Geological Journal, Vol. 53, Issue., Author: John Ridley. OCHOA SERIES. Overlying the Guadalupe series is a thick mass of strata, consisting largely of evaporites, which forms the Ochoa series. 8 This series is exposed in the Gypsum Plain and Rustler Hills east of the Delaware and Guadalupe Mountains (fig.
2), and only a small thickness of its basal beds is present in the area of this report. (pl. upwelling (Murchey and Jones, ; Murchey ), but whether upwelling from the Havalla basin could have supplied the nutrients to a km-wide shelf (Eli, Oquirrh, and Phosphoria Basins, Fig.
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