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Evolution, paleoecology and sequence architecture of an Eocene carbonate ramp, southeast Zagros Basin, Iran

ABSTRACT DATA DISPLAY BUSTER We document and discuss the findings of extensive fieldwork, facies investigation, and the subsequent analysis of paleoecological evidence from the Middle Eocene carbonate ramp succession in the southeast Zagros Basin's southeast Zagros Basin. Here, the emphasis is on the Jahrum Formation's limestone parts. The limestone intervals of the Jahrum Formation are interpreted for the upper Middle Eocene based on the abundance, variety, and rapid evolutionary turnover of the alolinids and nummulitids. The Lower Oligocene mixed clastic/carbonate Razak Formation's first yearum Formation is capped by a major irregularity and overlain. The yearum grades in the Coastal Fars begin to transition into deep-marine Pabdeh foredeep shale units later. The results presented here are significant for those concerned with the Paleogene evolution of the southeast Zagros Basin, as well as a concrete example of a Middle Eocene carbonate ramp plant.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2113/geoarabia180449


Reservoir description of a mid-Cretaceous siliciclastic-carbonate ramp reservoir: Mauddud Formation in the Raudhatain and Sabiriyah fields, North Kuwait

ABSTRACT: The mid-Cretaceous Mauddud Formation is the primary carbonate reservoir in northern Kuwait's Raudhatain and Sabiriyah fields. reservoir performance in these reservoirs is controlled by geological complexity at various levels, according to historical field data and findings from waterflood pilots. A comprehensive, integrated sedimentological and biostratigraphic analysis of the reservoirs, as well as dynamic reservoir measurements, have contributed to a better understanding of Mauddud reservoir heterogeneity and the main controls on reservoir matrix behavior. Clestone facies are the most prominent, particularly in proximity to flood plains, where nodules are sometimes fused to form laterally continuous, cemented layers that are typically fractured. In a shallow to intermediate burial environment, a key, but opposing, diagenetic shift within the reservoir was the development of secondary macroporosity by the dissolution of aragonitic skeletal fragments in a shallow to moderate burial environment. The stifling, diagenetic, and stratigraphic evidence relating to the distribution of thief zones and intra-reservoir baffles shows how crucial it is to properly understand reservoir sedimentology and stratigraphy when designing long-term development plans for reservoirs of this deceptively simple form. The impact of these features on field and field performance is still unclear, but it is likely that their effects on field and field results would become more pronounced as time goes forward.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2113/geoarabia150217


Ramp Design Standards for Carporch at Housing Sector in Double Storey House to Accommodate Low Clearance Vehicle

This report aims to determine and recommend a healthy gradient at the parking porch area for the housing market. Vehicles will become stuck and become lodged as a result of the dependent variable that acts as a presumed effect, including the vehicle's dimension, the ramp design, and ramp design guidelines. In other words, the condition of the cars that have been stuck and lodged is determined by their vehicle clearances size, the ramp's design, and ramp design principles. Seremban, DBKL, Majlis Bandaraya Melaka, Majlis Bandaraya Seremban, Jabatan Kerja Raya, and consultancy firms held interviews. During the interview session, four aspects of this subject were discussed to investigate the current and guidelines in ramp design for vehicle porch at a two-story house to accommodate low-clearances vehicles.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.37934/araset.29.1.188197


LITHOLOGICAL AND PALEOCOMMUNITY VARIATION ON A MISSISSIPPIAN (TOURNAISIAN) CARBONATE RAMP, MONTANA, USA

ABSTRACT BACKGROUND THE ecological integrity of ancient marine communities is influenced by environmental gradients that control assemblage compositions and the heterogeneous distribution of sediment types. This report examines lithological and faunal data to determine environmental factors that influence Mississippian fossil assemblages of the lower Madison Group in Montana's lower Madison Group. Along an onshore-offshore gradient, cluster analysis and nonmetric multidimensional scaling uncovers a highly diverse brachiopod biofacies and a solitary coral-dominated biofacies. Solitary corals' substrate and wave frequency, according to carbonate point number data and orientation of solitary corals, are two possible variables that could vary among the covary with the onshore-offshore gradient. The NMS's secondary gradient represents oxygen, which is demonstrated by increasing bioturbation and gradation from brown to dark gray carbonates to medium-light gray carbonates, according to overlaying lithological data on the NMS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2110/palo.2020.050


Sequence stratigraphy of a tidally dominated carbonate–siliciclastic ramp; the Tithonian–Early Berriasian of the Southern Neuquén Basin, Argentina

The majority of the ramp facies are traced to the transgressive and highstand systems tracts; however, a lowstand systems tract is identified at the Ti2 base, characterized by a basal unconformity and a rapid basinward shift of the shallow marine lithofacies. Due to the reduction of accommodation space generation, Highstand systems tracts have the highest carbonate yield and an elevated progradation rate. Partial isolation from the Pacific Ocean due to tectonic inversion in the central part of the basin's northeast triggering a mesou2010macrotidal period that resulted in a tidally dominant sedimentary cycle in the shallow and back ramp environments. During periods of relative sea level rise, Coeval anoxic conditions in the central part of the Neuquine bluff preferred distal ramp and basinal black shale deposition during the central part of the Neuquu00e9n Basin's central area were favoured by distal ramp and basal black shale deposition in the central portion of the Neuquu00e9n Basin's Neuqur Basin's northern Basin.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs.157.2.433


Development of coral–sponge–microbialite reefs in a coated grain-dominated carbonate ramp (Upper Jurassic, eastern Sardinia, Italy)

During the Phanerozoic, the Late Jurassic period marks a defining moment of diversification of reefs with corals, stromatoporoids, calcareous and siliceous sponges, and microbialites. This paper examines the Callovian carbonate succession of eastern Sardinia, which grew from a coated grain-dominated to a reef-bearing carbonate ramp from a tropical latitudes on the European passive margin that traced the transition from a coated grain-dominated to a coral-bearing carbonate ramp in the late Oxfordian. In the middle-to-outer ramp, the coated grain-dominated carbonate ramp includes inner ramp ooidal shoals and peloidal packstone. In the proximal middle ramp, Type 1 build-ups were delivered and consist of a 45 m thick, 100 m wide coral-stromatoporoid boundstone associated with coral u2013grainstone. Along the Tethyan European passive coast, the growth of the eastern Sardinian carbonate ramp mirrors the Oxfordian-microbialite reefs' spreading along the southern Mediterranean coast. u2013_adv001 in a form.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10347-020-00616-7


Danian (Lower Paleocene) shallow carbonates from the Urbasa-Andia plateau (W Pyrenees): Contrasting models of facies architecture and early diagenesis across a greenhouse ramp to reef-rimmed shelf system

The Danian platform system, in addition to a third order lowstand system, enables a complete macroporosity system linked to a third order lowstand to be accessed in relative stability, showing how eogenetic karstic porosity can change dramatically across a carbonate platform, from the near-missive margin to a layered shelf interior.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.54780/iasfg3/11


Experimental factors that impact CaV1.2 channel pharmacology—Effects of recording temperature, charge carrier, and quantification of drug effects on the step and ramp currents elicited by the “step-step-ramp” voltage protocol

Ca V 1. 2 channels play a role in the event of an accidental increase in pulsemaker cells, a decrease in working myocytes' stability, and excitation-contraction coupling. The understanding of opioid use on Ca V 1. 2 channels may reveal potential cardiac dysfunction. However, literature has found significant degrees of variability in Ca V 1. 2 pharmacology produced by various laboratories, raising concerns about the use of these results to predict or analyze clinical outcomes. This report looked at experimental causes that may have a Ca V 1. 2 pharmacology effect. Whole cell recordings were made on Ca V 1. 2 overexpression cells using an experimental strategy. At near physiological temperature, Methadone demonstrated facilitatory and inhibitory effects, but only at room temperature. When Ba 2+ was the charge carrier, the ramp current more potently than the step currents is the step current. Drug interactions on Ca V 1. 2 channels seem more complicated than a simple pore block mechanism.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0276995


Hysteresis of terrestrial carbon cycle to CO2 ramp-up and -down forcing

In reaction to CO 2 rise-up and -down pressure, we find strong hysteresis in the terrestrial carbon cycle herein. Carbon in boreal forests, in particular, can be stored for a long time. However, the hysteresis of the carbon cycle in the pan-Arctic region is dependent on the presence of permafrost processes. That is, unexpected irreversible carbon dioxide emissions in permafrost can occur in permafrost even after achieving net-zero emissions, raising the importance of permafrost processes, which is also uncertain based on our current estimates.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1074581/v1


Improved storage capacity for health care center using ant lion- ramp secret sharing scheme for data deduplication in cloud computing

The file level de-duplication process is used on the Magnetic Resonance Imaging brain image, lowering the image's exposure to retrieve an original image from the cloud in this work. The aim of this investigation is to reduce the storage space use in Cloud storage and reduce duplicate files in the health care cloud. Two subsets were included in the first set: The input image is divided into a number of shares using the RSSS scheme, which is the intended model. Initially, the photograph is divided into a number of shares for reconstructing using the ramp mysterious sharing scheme. Without these posts, the original image cannot be recovered. To obtain the minimum figures, the ALO is working to minimize the Mean Square Error of the image reconstruction's Mean Square Error. The hash keys are stored in the Cloud storage.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3233/jifs-212898

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