Indice dei contenuti

vol. February 2008

Volume 2/2008

February 2008

Edited by: Ciarapica G., Masetti D., Nardon S., Ronchi P.

Gloria Ciarapica (*), Daniele Masetti (**), Sergio Nardon (***) & Paola Ronchi (°) (Eds.)

3° Meeting Annuale del Gruppo Italiano Carbonati (San Donato Milanese, 28-30 Aprile 2008) - Presentazione
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 7-8
DOI: https://doi.org/

Amodio S. (*,**), Ferreri V. (**,***), D'Argenio B. (**,***), Sprovieri M. (**) & Weissert H. (°)

Cyclostratigraphy and C-isotope stratigraphy of shallow-marine carbonates as proxies of climatic-paleoceanographic global changes. Case histories from Early Cretaceous of southern Italy
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 9-12
DOI: https://doi.org/

Amodio S. (*,**), Sprovieri M. (**), Weissert H. (***), Ferreri V. (**,°) & D'Argenio B. (**,°)

Paleoceanographic signature recorded by C-isotope stratigraphy of carbonate platform strata. A methodological approach
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 13-18
DOI: https://doi.org/

Andreetta R. (*), Morsilli M. (*) & Pomar L. (**)

Sedimentological features of coarse-grained deep water backset beds in a distally steepened carbonate ramp (Late Miocene, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 19-22
DOI: https://doi.org/

Bartelucci P. (*), Chelini V. (*), Gonfalini M. (**) & Masetti D. (**)

Formation Evaluation in reservoir carbonatici - interpretazione petrofisica integrata (Campo di Cavone - Mesozoico, Modena)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 23-28
DOI: https://doi.org/

Bazzucchi P. (*), Bertinelli A. (*) & Marcucci M. (**)

Jurassic radiolarians from the Lagonegro Basin (Southern Apennines, Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 29-32
DOI: https://doi.org/

Berra F. (*)

Sea-level fall and carbonate production: evidence of carbonate factory shutdown from the Triassic of Lombardy (Southern Alps, Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 33-36
DOI: https://doi.org/

Bertello F. (*), Fantoni R. (*) & Franciosi R. (*)

Hydrocarbon occurrences in Mesozoic carbonate units in Italy
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 37-40
DOI: https://doi.org/

Bosellini F.R. (*) & Perrin C. (**,***)

REEFCORAL: a tool for evaluating the taxonomic and palaeoecological evolution of z-coral communities in the Cenozoic Mediterranean realm
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 41-44
DOI: https://doi.org/

Brandano M. (*,**), Frezza V. (*), Tomassetti L. (*), Pedley M. (***), Cuffaro M. (**,°) & Matteucci R. (*)

The controlling factors of an Upper Oligocene carbonate ramp (Attard Member, Lower Coralline Lms. Fm., Malta): from facies to paleolatitude
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 45-50
DOI: https://doi.org/

Breda A. (*) & Preto N. (*)

A continental/siliciclastic to shallow-marine/carbonate system in the Upper Triassic of Dolomites (Travenanzes Formation, N Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 51-56
DOI: https://doi.org/

Cacciatore M.S. (*) & Di Stefano P. (*)

Triassic/Jurassic carbonates from Western Sicily: their facies and implications for the end-Triassic biotic crisis
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 57-60
DOI: https://doi.org/

Ciarapica G. (*) & Passeri L. (*)

Carbonate barrier island complexes: modern and fossil examples
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 61-66
DOI: https://doi.org/

D'Argenio B. (*,**), Ferreri V. (*,**) & Anzalone E. (*)

Travertines and carbonate platforms. Geometries and evolutionary trends compared
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 67-72
DOI: https://doi.org/

Di Lucia M. (*) & Parente M. (*)

Carbon-isotope stratigraphy of upper Barremian−lower Albian shallow-water carbonates of the southern Apennines (Italy): high-resolution correlation with deep-water reference sections
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 73-78
DOI: https://doi.org/

Di Stefano P. (*), Cacciatore M.S. (*) & Zarcone G. (*)

A Triassic carbonate platform edge in the Sciacca zone: implications for the accretion of the Maghrebian chain in southwestern Sicily
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 79-82
DOI: https://doi.org/

Franceschi M. (*), Preto N. (*,**), Teza G. (*), Giusberti L. (*) & Fornaciari E. (*)

Laser scanner-based cyclostratigraphy: an example from a Paleocene hemipelagic succession of NE Italy
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 83-86
DOI: https://doi.org/

Galluccio L. (*), Frijia G. (**), Iannace A. (*), Mazzoli S. (*), Parente M. (*), Vitale S. (*), Giorgioni M. (***) & D'Amore M. (*)

Diagenesis and petrophysics of dolomite in the "Middle" Cretaceous of the Sorrento Peninsula (Southern Apennines)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 87-92
DOI: https://doi.org/

Gianolla P. (*), Andreetta R. (*), Furin S. (*), Furlanis S. (*), Mietto P. (**) & Rigo M. (**)

Late Anisian to Late Carnian subsidence depocenter shift recorded by shallow water carbonates (Dolomites, Southern Alps, Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 93-94
DOI: https://doi.org/

Gioacchini L. (*), Masetti D. (**), Forte E. (**), Nardon S. (*), Pipan M. (**), Romano R. (**) & Tarlao A. (***)

Virtual outcrop modeling and integrated stratigraphy of a Coniancian-Santonian carbonate ramp (Aurisina Quarry - Trieste Karst)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 95-96
DOI: https://doi.org/

Giordano N. (*), Rigo M. (**) & Ciarapica G. (*)

Integrated biostratigraphy in the Upper Triassic of Mt. Volturino (Lagonegro Basin, Southern Apennines, Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 97-100
DOI: https://doi.org/

Gramigna P. (*), Morsilli M. (**) & Russo F. (*)

Facies changes in siliciclastic-carbonate depositional environments of the M.te Poro area (Upper Miocene, Southern Calabria)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 101-104
DOI: https://doi.org/

Guido A. (*), Mastandrea A. (*) & Russo F. (*)

Microfacies and organic matter of the Calcare di Base Formation: the record of a Messinian palaeoecological event at Mediterranean scale
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 105-108
DOI: https://doi.org/

Iannace A. (*), Galluccio L. (*), Guerriero V. (*), Mazzoli S. (*), Parente M. (*) & Vitale S. (*)

Dolomites within the Mesozoic carbonates of Southern Apennines (Italy): genetic models and reservoir implications
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 109-114
DOI: https://doi.org/

Lanfranchi A. (*), Berra F. (*) & Jadoul F. (*)

Facies composition and stacking patterns of carbonate clinoforms: a quantitative approach in the analysis of a Tithonian prograding sequence from the Ogliastra Mountains (Eastern Sardinia, Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 115-120
DOI: https://doi.org/

Lisi N. (*), Nardon S. (*), Brandazzi G. (*) & Orsini E. (*)

Geological data integration and 3D Digital outcrop visualization environment: from virtual geology to subsurface modeling
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 121-122
DOI: https://doi.org/

Manzo E. (*), Apollaro C. (*), Perri E. (*) & De Rosa R. (*)

Modern carbonate formation in a freshwater stream (Corvino Valley - NW Calabria)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 123-128
DOI: https://doi.org/

Marino M. (*)

Lower Jurassic sedimentary facies and evolution on structural highs in the Apennines (Central Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 129-132
DOI: https://doi.org/

Palermo D. (*), Nardon S. (*), Aigner T. (**) & Blendinger W. (***)

Anatomy of Carbonate Sandbodies: Reservoir Analogue Study from an Epicontinental Basin (Triassic, Germany)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 133-134
DOI: https://doi.org/

Papazzoni C.A. (*)

Preliminary palaeontological observations on some examples of "nummulite banks": sedimentary or biological origin?
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 135-138
DOI: https://doi.org/

Perri E. (*), Spadafora A. (**), Tucker M. (***) & Mawson M. (***)

Deposition and diagenesis of Permian microbial carbonates (Zechstein - NE England)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 139-142
DOI: https://doi.org/

Perri E. (*), Spadafora A. (**), Mckenzie J.A. (**) & Vasconcelos C. (**)

Microbe-mineral interaction in the formation of Holocene carbonate stromatolites (Lagoa Vermelha - Brazil)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 143-148
DOI: https://doi.org/

Randisi A. (*,**), Ferreri V. (*,**) & D'Argenio B. (*,**)

Late Jurassic carbonate platform facies and stratigraphy. The Macchia Diavola section (Matese, southern Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 149-152
DOI: https://doi.org/

Ricci C. (*) & Rusciadelli G. (*)

Quantitative analysis of Upper Jurassic Ellipsactinia limestones: examples from the Lazio-Abruzzi platform margin (Central Apennines, Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 153-156
DOI: https://doi.org/

Romano C. (*), Russo A. (**), Russo F. (*) & Stolarski J. (***)

Biofacies and diagenetic history of late Miocene carbonate buildups, southwestern Calabria, Italy
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 157-160
DOI: https://doi.org/

Romano R. (*), Masetti D. (*) & Roghi G. (**)

Biological and physical events at the T/J boundary: the carbonate factory response. A preliminary report
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 161-164
DOI: https://doi.org/

Ronchi P. (*), Consonni A. (*), Battistelli A. (**), Geloni C. (**) & Gianelli G. (***)

Compaction driven dolomitization of the Liassic paleohigh in Lombardy (Italy): diagenetic modelling
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 165-168
DOI: https://doi.org/

Ruberti D. (*), Carannante G. (**), Simone L. (**), Mangiapia R. (**), Vigliotti M. (*) & Steuber T. (***)

Sedimentological and taphonomic characterization of rudist-dominated Senonian carbonate shelves (central-southern Apennines)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 169-172
DOI: https://doi.org/

Rusciadelli G. (*), Di Simone S. (*) & Ricci C. (*)

Slope stratal and facies architectures induced by superposed carbonate platform systems. The Middle Jurassic to Early Cretaceous of the Abruzzi area (Central Apennines, Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 173-176
DOI: https://doi.org/

Silvestri G. (*), Bosellini F.R. (*) & Morsilli M. (**)

Turbid-water coral assemblages: a case study from the Oligocene Tertiary Piedmont Basin (N Italy)
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 177-180
DOI: https://doi.org/

Spalluto L. (*), Caffau M. (**) & De Giorgio G. (*)

The upper Albian-lower Cenomanian inner shelf carbonate succession of the Calcare di Bari Fm. from the Murge area (Apulia, southern Italy): lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy and facies analysis
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 181-186
DOI: https://doi.org/

Vescogni A. (*), Guido A. (**) & Russo F. (**)

Vermetid-microbialite association: an example of carbonate production from the Late Miocene of the Salento Peninsula
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 187-190
DOI: https://doi.org/

Zarcone G. (*) & Di Stefano P. (*)

Mesozoic discontinuities in the Panormide Carbonate Platform: constraints on the palaeogeography of the central Mediterranean
Volume: 2/2008
Pages: 191-194
DOI: https://doi.org/