By Cynthia Fitterer Klingel, Robert B. Noyed
An creation to the historical past, executive, tradition, humans, and points of way of life of old Greece and its pervasive and enduring impression on western civilization.
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Electron) microscope is known as microporosity. Porosity that is visible with the naked eye is termed macroporosity. 33 Porosity that occurs between primary sand grains and that was present at deposition of the sediment is known as primary porosity. Porosity that develops during diagenetic processes such as mineral dissolution is termed secondary porosity. Porosity that develops at a site formerly occupied by a mineral that dissolved and reprecipitated locally elsewhere in the rock is known as redistributional secondary porosity (as no new porosity is created).
1989). The characteristic feature of largescale fluid migration is the potential for mixing zones to occur that are preferentially the loci of intense diagenetic reaction (Giles, 1987). Widespread flow of aqueous fluids from mudstones 27 has been thought to be responsible for the growth of (locally zoned) ankerite in sandstones (Gawthorpe, 1987; Mozley & Joernle, 1990). Basin-scale water flow can take place at any stage during the evolution of a sedimentary basin (Fig. 18). In the early stages of basin formation large-scale water flow is usually driven by topographic head (Bethke & Marshack, 1990).