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Lignite and the Midway-Wilcox stratigraphic boundary, Alabama and Mississippi
Charles R. Meissner
|Statement||C.R. Meissner, Jr. and S.E. Heermann.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 82-673., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 82-763.|
|Contributions||Heermann, S. E., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
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REGIONAL STRATIGRAPHY AND SUBSURFACE GEOLOGY OF CENOZOIC DEPOSITS, GULF COASTAL PLAIN, SOUTH-CENTRAL UNITED STATES By R.L. HOSMAN ABSTRACT The Gulf Coast Regional Aquifer-System Analysis includes all major aquifer systems in Cenozoic deposits in the Gulf Coastal Plain in Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, MisCited by: The stratigraphic occurrences are given for about 45 of the more significant plant microfossil types from some well-documented reference localities in the Mississippi embayment area of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas. Rocks of the Wilcox, Claiborne, and Jackson Groups of Eocene age can be differentiatedCited by:
Sequence Stratigraphy of the Mississippi Delta. Ron Boyd (1), John Suter (2,3), Shea Penland (3) ABSTRACT. One method of testing the concept of sequence stratigraphy is to compare it to Quaternary sediments in which chronology, stratigraphic relations and facies geometry are more clearly understood than in older rocks. The sequence in Mississippi is predominantly fluvial and deltaic, while the equivalent units in Alabama accumulated in deltaic and shallow marine environments. The regressive nonmarine intervals are characterized by thick sequences of relatively nonfossiliferous cross-bedded sands; laminated to thin-bedded sands, silts and clays, and by: 1.
include the Midway, Wilcox, Claiborne and jackson Groups. The New Madrid test well is correlated to the Fort Pillow test well in west Tennessee. This correlation clearly demonstrates the similarity of the formations in the two States and allows for the continuity of stratigraphic nomenclature in the northern part of the Mississippi by: 2. DEPOSITIONAL MODEL FOR LIGNITE OCCURRENCE IN THE WILCOX GROUP OF SOUTH-CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI Walter L. O'NielP ABSTRACT The Wilcox Group has been mapped within an county area of south-central Mississippi. Eleven lignite isopleth and sand fades maps have been prepared using data gathered from oil well logs.
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Across the border in Mississippi (Foster, ). If the lignite bed actually is continuous from Alabama into Mississippi, then it is Impossible for it to cross a major stratigraphic boundary such as that between the Midway and Wilcox Groups, especially since this boundary has been described as a major unconformity (Hughes, ).Author: C.R.
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Lignite and the Midway-Wilcox stratigraphic boundary, Alabama and Mississippi by Charles R. Meissner; 3 editions; Subjects: Lignite, Stratigraphic Geology; Places: Alabama, Mississippi; Times: Eocene, Paleocene. Get this from a library. Lignite and the Midway-Wilcox stratigraphic boundary, Alabama and Mississippi.
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Publication date Map DataSeries Strategic minerals investigations preliminary map ; Note Includes "Correlation chart", and "Index map showing location of measured sections and approximate position of the strand line (A-B and C-D) of the Nanafalia sea.".
The Gulf Coast Paleogene section represents one of the world's most continuous records of cyclic nonmarine through marine sedimentation. Microfossil research has demonstrated the completeness of downdip marine sections; Lignite and the Midway-Wilcox stratigraphic boundary, the continuity of updip, nonmarine, and marginal marine sections.
In Mississippi and Alabama, the Paleocene–Eocene boundary is within the upper Tuscaloosa Formation (Harrington and KempHarrington ). In eastern Mississippi, the upper Tuscaloosa succession in the Harrell core includes a negative shift in stable isotope values that indicates the CIE at the PETM (Van Roij ).
The interval is about. Jackson, Mississippi Vol Number 3 September STRATIGRAPHIC FRAMEWORK AND LIGNITE OCCURRENCE IN THE PALEOCENE OF THE ACKERMAN AREA David E. Thompson Mississippi Office of Geology INTRODUCTION The stratigraphy of the Paleocene section of Mississippi bas been the subject of controversy for many years.
Coastal Plain of Alabama consist of clastic deposits of Early Cretaceous age; the Coker and Gordo Formations of the Tuscaloosa Group, Eutaw Formation, and Selma Group of Late Cretaceous age; and the Midway, Wilcox, and Claiborne Groups of Tertiary age.
However, stratigraphic units of late Eocene to Holocene ageCited by: 8. This review of the lignite resources of Arkansas is a part of the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) National Coal Resource Assessment (NCRA) of the Gulf Coastal Plain Coal Province, which also includes coal-bearing areas in the states of Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky (see Ruppert et al., ; Dennen, ; and other chapters of this publication).
Midway and Wilcox stratigraphy of Alabama and Mississippi Series Strategic minerals investigations, preliminary report, Note Accompanies map: Midway and Wilcox stratigraphy of Alabama and Mississippi; geology by F.
Stearns MacNeil. An integrated palynological and sedimentological study of Wilcox/Carrizo outcrops in and near Tahitian Village, Bastrop County, Texas, has led to a reevaluation of their chronostratigraphic. The Geology of Mississippi is an encyclopedic work by authors with extensive experience in Mississippi's surface geology mapping program.
It brings together published work, unpublished work from agency fi les, and the authors' experience, both in personal field work and in collaboration with experts from around the world.5/5(4).
Age:Early Cretaceous Period, Comanchian Series Distribution: Limited exposure along Little River north of Cerrogordo, Little River County, Arkansas, Gulf Coastal Plain; Oklahoma and Texas Geology: The Goodland Limestone is a medium- to thick-bedded, hard, sandy, light-gray limestone with minor thin-bedded calcareous preserved fossils are common.
Paleocene-Eocene Stratigraphy and Paleontology of East-Central Texas: Wilcox Group-Claiborne Group-Jackson Group Guidebook.
Conference Paper (PDF Available) September with 1, Reads. Paleocene - Eocene Stratigraphy and Paleontology of East-Central Texas: Wilcox Group - Claiborne Group - Jackson Group Strata SUMMARY The 4 locations we will visit today provide an opportunity to examine and discuss depositional environments and stratigraphic relationships in parts of the Wilcox Group, Claiborne and Jackson groups as developed.
Paleoenvironments favorable for lignite deposition existed in sedimentary regimes of the Naheola Formation (upper Midway Group) and in Midway-Wilcox transition sediments apparently assignable to the Nanafalia Formation (Wilcox Group).
In addition, lignite horizons are recognized in the Tuscahoma. MacNeil, F.S.,The Midway and Wilcox stratigraphy of Alabama and Mississippi: U.S. Geological Survey Mineral Investigations Strategic Map, MS, scaleSummary: Unit is redefined as member of Wilcox formation in MS and as.
Lignite prospecting in the Wilcox-Meridian section of North Mississippi can be greatly aided through an understanding of the geographic and stratigraphic distribution of the major depositional systems. Regarding fluvial systems, organic debris preferentially accumulates with fine-grained sediment.
Lower Cretaceous stratigraphy of Mississippi, (Mississippi Geological, Economic, and Topographical Survey Bulletin) [Jeff Dorris Nunnally] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The stratigraphy of the six Legler lignite sections, a general- ized stratigraphic section of the Legler site, and a composite stratigraphic section of the New Jersey coastal plain, are shown in Fig Stratigraphic palynology Forty taxa consisting of five cryptogams, four gymnosperms, and 31 angiosperms were by: Summary: Lowest division of Wilcox formation called Ackerman beds, because typically exhibited in great cut 1 mi east of town of Ackerman, Choctaw Co., northeastern MS.
Consists of dark gray clays and sandy clays, lignite clays and lignite with occasional beds and concretionary masses of carbonate ore.This chapter describes the lignite deposits of North America, providing information on the estimated reserves and resources, the geological setting of the deposits, and the quality of the lignites.
Data on the reserve base of lignites, organized by state, county, bed, and thickness. Two major deposits of lignites exist in North America.