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from sample to sample and includes grains of Komia, phylloid chips, cnnoids,
foraminifers, brachiopods, and bryozoans. The dominant skeletal grains vary
fi-om sample to sample and core to core. Skeletal wackestones contain paired
groups of dominant alloch
shape and are well sorted. Individual ooids show signs of compaction and are
often flattened and elongated (Figure 2.15). They are heavily altered and
recrystallized to mosaic calcite. When the nucleating grains of the ooids can be
seen, they are crinoid/
often have an angular to subangular shape. The lighter cartxDnate mud is
coarser grained and similar to carbonate mud obsen/ed in other lithofacies.
The finer grained, darker carbonate mud is intermpted to be "hardened
clasts" of carbonate material. These
In thin section, dominant allochems are interpreted to be phylloid algal
blades with lesser amounts of Komia, crinoid and echinoid fragments,
brachiopods, encrusting and tubular foraminifers, bryozoans, ostracods and other
algal fragments. The phylloid al
green and red algae [Komia], trilobites and foraminifers. There are no definitive
signs of reworking or effects of cun^ents on the large bladed phylloid subfacles.
The smaller "chipped" phylloid algal subfacles contains smaller broken
pieces of algal blad
fragments of similar grains. Fusulinids, Komia and Crinoid grains comprise the
coarse component of these layers and exhibit abrasion (Figure 2.5).
Fragmentation of grains is seen as broken sides of grains, corners knocked off or
neariy complete destructio
Figure 1.2 Area of investigation used for this study. One hundred sixty wells
geophysical wells are distributed throughout the field area.
these packstones, spicules are oriented horizontally and parallel to each other
(Figure 2.3). The matrix between the spicules is either fine carbonate mud or
fine-grained organic material. The sponge spicules occur in dense, partially
silicified layers wi