The Lower Carboniferous (Chadian-Brigantian) geology of shallow marine carbonate rocks in the central and southeast Irish Midlands and the Wexford Outlier
Keywords and Phrases
Microfacies analysis; Ramp-to-platform evolution
"This is the first comprehensive study, consisting of integrated petrographical, paleontological and geochemical analyses on the post-Waulsortian strata in the central and southeast Irish Midlands. This study reveals that the style of sedimentation and early diagenesis substantially influenced the late diagenesis, and the characteristics of Zn-Pb mineralization in the Rathdowney Trend. The study also demonstrates the fundamental difference in the style of sedimentation and tectonic history between the basins in the Irish Midlands and the Wexford Outlier."--Abstract, page iii.
Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering
Ph. D. in Geology and Geophysics
University of Missouri--Rolla
xix, 442 pages
© 2003 Zsolt Rb̤ert Nagy, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Citation
Paleontology -- Ireland
Geology, Structural -- Ireland
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Link to Catalog Record
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Nagy, Zsolt, "The Lower Carboniferous (Chadian-Brigantian) geology of shallow marine carbonate rocks in the central and southeast Irish Midlands and the Wexford Outlier" (2003). Doctoral Dissertations. 1503.
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