Arbuckle Group, Oklahoma

Comments on Geologic Parameters

16 Rock Mineralogy:

Dolomite, cherty dolomite, and calcite (bedded limestone), with minor amounts of quartz sand (both bedded and dispersed grains) (Derby and others, 1991; Ragland and Donovan, 1991). Rare bedded chert in the Cool Creek Formation (Ragland and Donovan, 1991). "Calcite, dolomite, silica, and minor feldspar cements" (Ragland and Donovan, 1991, p. 14). See also the generalized lithology map of Johnson (1991b).

16 Table:

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16 Reference:

Derby, J. R., Hinch, H. H., and Repetski, J. R., 1991, Lithology, stratigraphy, and age of the Arbuckle Group in the Amoco Shads No. 4, a continuous core from grassroots into basement, Rogers County, Oklahoma, in Arbuckle Group Core Workshop and Field Trip: Oklahoma Geological Survey, Special Publication 91-3, p. 69-82.

Johnson, K. S., 1991b, Geologic overview and economic importance of Late Cambrian and Ordovician age rocks in Oklahoma, in Johnson, K. S., ed., Late Cambrian-Ordovician geology of the southern Midcontinent, 1989 Symposium: Oklahoma Geological Survey, Circular 92, p. 3-14.

Ragland, D. A., and Donovan, R. N, 1991, Sedimentology and diagenesis of the Arbuckle Group in outcrops of southern Oklahoma, in Arbuckle Group Core Workshop and Field Trip: Oklahoma Geological Survey, Special Publication 91-3, p. 9-30.

 
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