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Stratigraphic section of the <b>Bolognano</b> <b>Formation</b>, near Decontra (vertical l...
Published: 01 March 2003
Figure 3 Stratigraphic section of the Bolognano Formation, near Decontra (vertical line S in Fig. 2 ). After Mutti et al. (1997) .
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2003
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2003) 122 (2): 173–202.
...) an aquiclude of the Bolognano Formation consisting of marly limestone and marlstone; C) a hydrogeological complex of calcarenites of the Bolognano Formation characterized by variable permeability, decreasing northward, caused by fracturing and porosity; D) an aquiclude of terrigenous and evaporitic formations...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 2013
AAPG Bulletin (2013) 97 (3): 487–524.
..., and distribution) of carbonates belonging to the Bolognano Formation. This formation, exposed at the Majella Mountain, Italy, is composed of Oligocene–Miocene carbonates deposited in middle- to outer-ramp settings. The carbonates consist of (1) grainstones predominantly composed of either larger benthic...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2018
AAPG Bulletin (2018) 102 (7): 1273–1298.
...-ramp reservoirs of the Bolognano Formation crop out. These reservoirs represent the exhumed analog of a wider petroleum system that has been investigated also in the subsurface by exploration activities, both onshore and offshore (Central Adriatic). Here we present, for the first time, a historical...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2016
PALAIOS (2016) 31 (4): 125–140.
...MARCO BRANDANO; LAURA TOMASSETTI; RAFFAELE SARDELLA; CHIARA TINELLI Abstract The Lithothamnion Limestone constitutes the uppermost carbonate unit of the Bolognano Formation outcropping in the Majella structure (Central Apennines, Italy). It represents the northern extension of the large Apulia...
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Scheme of the internal stratigraphic architectures of facies associations A...
Published: 01 March 2013
Figure 3 Scheme of the internal stratigraphic architectures of facies associations A, B, C, and E of the Bolognano Formation. Note the cyclic alternations of bed packages belonging to different facies. Facies association D is not considered because it lacks a significant number of representative
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Bar chart showing the relative amounts in volume of the different types of ...
Published: 01 March 2013
Figure 7 Bar chart showing the relative amounts in volume of the different types of skeletal grains, cements, and (macro)pores detectable in thin section, within the studied facies of the Bolognano Formation (mean values from eight samples per facies). 2-D = two-dimensional.
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(A) Sequence-stratigraphic scheme of the studied facies associations of the...
Published: 01 March 2013
Figure 13 (A) Sequence-stratigraphic scheme of the studied facies associations of the Bolognano Formation. The scheme is based on data collected from tens of outcrops, tens to hundreds of meters laterally and vertically extensive and patchily distributed in the study area. In particular, the four
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Reference stratigraphic framework (modified after  Vecsei et al., 1999 ). M...
Published: 01 July 2018
by the Bolognano Formation (Fm.) and topmost part of Santo Spirito Fm. Cmp = Campanian; Maa = Maastrichtian; Oligo = Oligocene.
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(A) Bar chart showing the mean values of three-dimensional (3-D) total poro...
Published: 01 March 2013
Figure 10 (A) Bar chart showing the mean values of three-dimensional (3-D) total porosity as a sum of (two-dimensional) macroporosity and microporosity, within some of the more-representative facies of the Bolognano Formation. (B) Logarithmic correlation among 3-D total porosity and grain size
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(A) Representative examples of 38 × 38 mm (1.5 × 1.5 in.) cylindrical plugs...
Published: 01 July 2018
Figure 3. (A) Representative examples of 38 × 38 mm (1.5 × 1.5 in.) cylindrical plugs of a clean carbonate reservoir of the Bolognano Formation (Fm). (B) Thin section example of same plug of (A), with quantitative results from the point counting analysis. (C) Representative examples of 38 × 38 mm
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Outcrop view of the more-representative facies associations and facies of t...
Published: 01 March 2013
Figure 4 Outcrop view of the more-representative facies associations and facies of the Bolognano Formation, which are exposed in the study area. (A) Facies association Au (locality, Pian delle Cappelle). (B) Facies association C (locality, Roman Valley Quarry). The dark beds (highlighted
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Cross section showing schematic stratigraphic relationships within the Bolo...
Published: 01 March 2003
Figure 2 Cross section showing schematic stratigraphic relationships within the Bolognano Formation ( Crescenti et al. 1969 ), subdivided into several informal members ( Vecsei and Sanders 1999 ). Only sequences one to three are illustrated here. The hardground studied in this paper is denoted
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2004
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2004) 123 (2): 163–173.
... and by the transversal and longitudinal propagation of thrusts. GeoRef, Copyright 2012, American Geosciences Institute. 2004 Abruzzi Italy Adriatic Plate Alpine Orogeny Apennines assemblages basin analysis basins biostratigraphy biozones Bolognano Formation Cenozoic Central Apennines Cigno Argillite...
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(A) Study area and hydrocarbon occurrences in the subsurface (in green) and...
Published: 01 July 2018
) and indicated as Lettomanoppello–Fonte di Papa–Fonticelle (LFF) area and Sterparo–Cerratina (StC) area. Oil occurrences are mostly present within the Bolognano Formation (Fm.) reservoirs, but they are also present in the Santo Spirito (marked as point SS) and Orfento Fms. (point ORF). The two well symbols close
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2003
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2003) 73 (2): 296–308.
...Figure 3 Stratigraphic section of the Bolognano Formation, near Decontra (vertical line S in Fig. 2 ). After Mutti et al. (1997) . ...
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Scheme of the chronostratigraphic relationships among the central Apennine ...
Published: 01 February 2009
) Val Roveto synorogenic deposits – AM) Argille Madonna di Coriano – AT) Arenarie di Torrice – FFS) Frosinone Formation – AR) Argille a Robulus – MO) Orbulina marls – MF) Montefiore calcarenites – BO) Bolognano Formation : LL) Litotamni limestones – So) Sollacciano sandstones ; CAR
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2009
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2009) 128 (1): 73–88.
...) Val Roveto synorogenic deposits – AM) Argille Madonna di Coriano – AT) Arenarie di Torrice – FFS) Frosinone Formation – AR) Argille a Robulus – MO) Orbulina marls – MF) Montefiore calcarenites – BO) Bolognano Formation : LL) Litotamni limestones – So) Sollacciano sandstones ; CAR...
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Published: 01 February 2016
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2016) 135 (1): 68–79.
... of Structural Geology , 30 , 1317 – 1331 . Rustichelli A. Tondi E. Agosta F. Cilona A. Giorgioni M. ( 2012 ) - Development and distribution of bed-parallel compaction bands and pressure solution seams in carbonates (Bolognano Formation, Majella Mountain, Italy) . Journal...
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Published: 04 January 2016
Petroleum Geoscience (2016) 22 (1): 91–104.
... mainly formed during the formation of the Cenozoic Zagros fold and thrust belt. The Roman Valley Quarry in the Maiella Anticline in central Italy ( Fig. 3b ) shows that the distribution and flow of tar is controlled by the presence of oblique normal faults in the Oligocene–Miocene Bolognano Formation...
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