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Geology of the tertiary coal basins of Thailand.

Jittawat Meesuk

Geology of the tertiary coal basins of Thailand.

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Published by University of Aston. Department of Geological Sciences in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (MPhil) - University of Aston in Birmingham, 1986.

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Open LibraryOL13776551M

The stratigraphic and structural evolution of the Pattani Basin, the most prolific petroleum basin in Thailand, reflects the extensional tectonic regime of the Continental Southeast Asia. East-west extension, a product of the northward collision of India with Eurasia since the Early Tertiary, resulted in the formation of a series of N-S trending sedimentary basins including the Pattani . The recent dramatic rescue of 11 young soccer players and their coach from a cave in Thailand was very moving, and it made one aware of just how complex the karst systems are. Welcome to an interview with Sarawute Chantraprasert, a geologist and AAPG member, who coincidentally has conducted field work and worked in Chiang Mai, the very same region where the rescue Author: Susan Nash. Coal points to a global catastrophe, because huge quantities of vegetation have been uprooted, transported, and buried by water under great volumes of sediment all over the world. Coal is a stark memorial to the Flood of Noah, and bears witness to the reliability of the Bible.


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Geology of the tertiary coal basins of Thailand. by Jittawat Meesuk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract. Due to the economic importance of its hydrocarbon and coal resources, more is known of the Tertiary than of any other part of the stratigraphic succe. This is the first volume in the English language to cover the entire range of the geology of Thailand since the joint Thai—US account by Brown et al.

exactly 60 years this period there has been a phenomenal growth in interest in this core area of SE Asia. Tertiary intermontane and rift basins in Thailand share some similarities in origin, timing, sedimentary environments, and basin structural styles.

These similarities corresponded with northward movement of the India terrane. Those basins in the south formed relatively Geology of the tertiary coal basins of Thailand.

book than in the north, and those in the west earlier than in the east. (a) Location map of the Tertiary basins of Northern Thailand.

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book coastal basins of V ictoria, showing base-of-Tertiary structural contours relati ve to sea-level, cross- section lines (Figures 3, 4, 7), key bores, basement outcrops.

While the Tertiary basins provide a record of the evolution of the area from the Late Oligocene/early Miocene, we know relatively little about the earlier Tertiary history of the area. In particular regional uplift is likely to have been an important precursor to basin formation.

The stratigraphy, structure, hydrocarbon and coal deposits of the major Tertiary basins are described, and regional similarities and differences are analyzed. Among the areas featured are the copper and gold-silver deposits Geology of the tertiary coal basins of Thailand. book the Philippines and Indonesia; the Sundaland peninsular core, considered the foremost source of tungsten and tin; and Cited by: COVID Resources.

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Department of State's programCited by: 7. Petroleum Geology of the Gulf of Thailand. Introduction. The Gulf of Thailand contains several structurally complex trans-tensional basins. These are made up of asymmetrical grabens filled with non-marine to marginal marine Tertiary sediments as old as Eocene.

Pleistocene age. In the peninsular Thailand, isolated Tertiary basins contain fossiliferous marine limestone and marlstone with interbedded sandy shale, carbonaceous shale and coal bed. In the Gulf of Thailand, the sedi­ ments are predominantly alternating beds of. Desheng, oral commun., ). Discussion of petroleum and coal deposits is confined to the six producing depres­ sions (fig.

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It also discusses environmental concerns and computer /5(3). evolution of Triassic intermontane basins in northern Thailand. In T. Thanasuthipitak, and P. Ounchanum, eds., Proceedings of the International Symposium on Intermontane Basins: Geology and Resources, Department of Geological Sciences, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, January February 2, pFile Size: KB.

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About 60 Tertiary sedimentary basins, spread out from Sumatra in the west to Irian Jaya in the east, are identified in Indonesia. So far only 38 basins have been explored and drilled for petroleum and 14 of the are now producing oil and gas. requirement greatly increased and the study of coal geology was intensively made.

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This is the first volume in the English language to cover the entire range of the geology of Thailand since the joint Thai-US account by Brown et al. exactly 60 years ago. Over this period there has been a phenomenal growth in interest in this core area of SE Asia.

This has been led by geologists in Thailand, but with important and highly significant input from geologists based 5/5(1).

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The journal aims to advance the exploration, exploitation and utilization of these resources, and to stimulate environmental awareness. Journal of Southeast Asian Earth Sciences, Vol. 8, Nospp./93 $ + Printed in Great Britain ~ Pergamon Press Ltd Preliminary investigation of oil and source rock organic geochemistry from selected Tertiary basins of Thailand KULWADEE LAWWONGNGAM* and R.

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The stratigraphy, structure, hydrocarbon and coal deposits of the major Tertiary basins are described, and regional similarities and differences are analyzed. The Lampang Basin is the second largest Tertiary graben in northern Thailand and was formed in response to the Himalayan orogeny.

Deposition started with Miocene sandstone, lignite, mudstone, shale and oil shale of the Mae Sot Formation, which gave way to Pliocene diatomite, diatomaceous clay and silty clay of the Ko Kha Formation, with coarse clastics Cited by: Coal for metallurgical coke production: predictions of coke quality and future requirements for coke making.

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