diagenetically


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diagenetically

(ˌdaɪədʒəˈnɛtɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a diagenetic way
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Mid-Paleozoic trilobite Lagerstatten: models of diagenetically enhanced obrution deposits.
At this stage Eu concentration in the OM is not high and probably are inherited from the diagenetically transformed OM of the Bazhenov Suite sediments.
1979): Diagenetically formed interstitial clay minerals as a factor in Rotliegende Sandstone reservoir quality in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
The isotopic signatures of the carbonate from sample K191121 are typical of diagenetically formed carbonates and therefore concord with the mode of occurrence of the sampled carbonate, interpreted above as diagenetic.
Dentine from Bison and Palaeolama was also sampled; if the dentine from Paramylodon at Ingleside was diagenetically altered, the dentine from Bison and Palaeolama should be similarly changed.
However, there also are cases where BSR products formed relatively late diagenetically, such as in uplifted reservoirs after hydrocarbon migration.
Figure 11 shows that the paddocks are diagenetically enriched in sulfur, with many samples plotting above the normal marine field and into the euxinic field and beyond (Leventhal 1995).