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Origin of "cannon ball" concretions in the Carolinefjellet Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Spitsbergen / Krzysztof P. Krajewski, Bartłomiej Luks.

Title: Origin of "cannon ball" concretions in the Carolinefjellet Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Spitsbergen / Krzysztof P. Krajewski, Bartłomiej Luks.
Author(s): Krajewski, Krzysztof P.
Luks, Bartłomiej.
Date: 2003.
In: Polish Polar Research. (2003.), Vol. 24(3-4) (2003)
Abstract: These are common in marine, organic carbon-rich sediments of Formation. Study of sedimentology, petrography and geochemistry in Kapp Morton section gives insight into origin and evolution. Bodies began below surface in upper part of sulphate reduction diagenetic zone, from pervasive local cementation of framboidal pyrite by calcite microspar. Bacterial oxidation of organic matter provided most of carbon dioxide needed. Ball shape followed from isotropy. Subsequent modifications are described.
Notes:

Polish Polar Research. Vol. 24(3-4) :217-242 (2003).

Keywords: 551.1/.4 -- Geology.
552.144 -- Diagenesis, sediments.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
SPRI record no.: 167582

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