Автор(ы):Ayalon A., Summer N.S.
Издание:Pergamon, 1995 г., 14 стр.
Язык(и)Английский
Dike intrusion into unconsolidated sandstone and the development of quartzite contact zones

Shallow, near-surface magma emplacement into a porous, unlithified sandstone occurred by forceful dike dilation and was accompanied by a localized hydrothermal event. Petrographic fabric, authigenic mineralogy and petrophysical data, grade smoothly through the quartzite contact zone outward into the friable Inmar sandstone of Makhtesh Ramon, Israel. Quartz grain deformation, fracturing and rehealing of grains, and pressure solution constitute overwhelming evidence of a compressive environment adjacent to dike margins, albeit with temperatures and pressures insufficient to fully recrystallize detrital grains. Dikes were accommodated primarily by the repacking of the sandstone with both brittle and elastic grain interaction. Post emplacement heating together with elastic compressive stress dissipation, lead to fracture healing and pressure solution. The occasional columnar-jointing must be related to thermal contraction of the quartzite during later cooling and resulting mode I cracks. The alteration of both contact zone and dike material occurred via a transitory and confined hydrothermal seepage up dike margins. Elsewhere around the world highly altered intrusions bordered by indurated sometimes uniformly jointed sediments, may also be the result of forceful magma emplacement and hydrothermal alteration at near-surface levels.


ТематикаРегиональная геология
Выпуск 280
Автор(ы):Gratier J.P, Ortoleva P., Renard F.
Издание:Journal Tectonophysics, 1997 г., 10 стр.
Язык(и)Русский
Pressure solution in sandstones: influence of clays and dependence on temperature and stress

The enhancement of dissolution of quartz under the influence of clays has been recognized in sandstones for many years. It is well known that a grain of quartz in contact with a clay flake dissolves faster than when in contact with another grain of quartz. This phenomenon promotes silica transfer during the diagenesis of sandstones and is responsible of deformation and porosity variations. Here we make an attempt to explain the process of this rock deformation using a pressure solution mechanism.

ТематикаЛитология
МеткиClay, Compaction, Diagenesis, Pressure solution, Sandstone, Глина, Диагенез, Песчаники
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