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Record #163814:

Categenic ankerite replacing biogenic calcite in the Marhøgda Bed (Jurassic), Sassenfjorden, Spitsbergen / Krzysztof P. Krajewski.

Title: Categenic ankerite replacing biogenic calcite in the Marhøgda Bed (Jurassic), Sassenfjorden, Spitsbergen / Krzysztof P. Krajewski.
Author(s): Krajewski, Krzysztof P.
Date: 2002.
In: Polish Polar Research. (2002.), Vol. 23(1) (2002)
Abstract: Bed contains common ankerite-replaced belemnite skeletons. Petrographic, geochemical and stable carbon and oxygen isotopic data indicate that ankerite originated in catagenic environment associated with thermal degradation and hydrocarbon generation, at maximum temperature of 150 deg.C 2000 m deep, probably during Paleogene. Dissolution and precipitation reflect extensive heat flow during magmatic and orogenic activity.
Notes:

Polish Polar Research. Vol. 23(1) :85-99 (2002).

Keywords: 550.4 -- Geochemistry.
551.1/.4 -- Geology.
551.781 -- Palaeogene.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
SPRI record no.: 163814

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