of bone and tooth apatite in fluvial and marine settings: constraints from combined oxygen isotope, nitrogen and REE analysis.
Pyrite was probably derived from clastic material, along with many other metals, and hence was transferred to the sulfide phase, along with these metals, by diagenesis
It is also characterized by sporadic carbonate concretions, which occur preferentially in certain beds, presumably controlled by porosity or permeability variations during early diagenesis
Stage BC, The transition from stage B to stage BC (brown-cannel coal) indicates to the end of diagenesis
and beginning of catagenetic transformation of organic matter.
Elsass F, Dubroeucq D, Thiry M (2000) Diagenesis
of silica minerals from clay minerals in volcanic soils of Mexico.
is slowed greatly in mineral-bound organic matter, determining the preservadonal state of the residual shell organic matrix becomes increasingly important with increasing age (Robbins & Ostrom 1995).
Interpreting the extent of diagenesis
can be crucial for distinguishing information about the time of sediment deposition from secondary processes, and the chronology of diagenesis
controls whether the rock could contain oil.
Considering this, there is an increasing interest in studies of properties and diagenesis
Such a type of preservation suggests that the nodules were formed during early diagenesis
(for a detailed discussion see Dabbard & Loi 2012).
Objective: With this project, called HADES, we aim to provide the first detailed, combined analysis of benthic diagenesis
and microbial ecology of some of the deepest oceanic trenches on Earth.
This further indicates that the Shengli River oil shale was not significantly altered by diagenesis
71093), presented in this paper, is a mean value of five samples taken from a relatively homogenous single tooth from the part 1 experiment on diagenesis
(Madgwick et al.