Research Paper | Agriculture | Russia | Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020
Paragenesis of Micro - and Nanominerals as Indicators of Fluid-Dynamic Conditions of Soil Formation in Oil and Gas - Bearing Intermountain Mud-Volcanic Depressions of the Baikal Region
A.V. Tatarinov, L. I.Yalovik, V. L. Ubugunov, V. I. Ubugunova
Abstract: It is shown that the soil is a mineral petrographic facie of endogenous-exogenous oil and gas bearing lithocomplexes of mud volcanoes in the South Siberian region, which belong to the fluid-dynamic systems of modern Earth degassing pipes. The fluid-dynamic regime of the latter determines wide variations of thermodynamic, physic-chemical, and geochemical conditions of soil formation. It has been established that mineral associations are formed thus and can be used as soil-genetic indicators. A number of the mineral paragenesis of soil formation fluid-dynamic conditions is identified: fluid-pyrometamorphic one, appeared during recovered gases strong oxidation and natural cracking of liquid oil; fumarole steam gasous one; heterogenization products of hot springs hydrotherm; hydrothermal-sedimentary chemogenic one involving bacterial communities.
Keywords: parageneses, minerals, fluid-dynamic, soil
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020,
Pages: 715 - 720
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A.V. Tatarinov, L. I.Yalovik, V. L. Ubugunov, V. I. Ubugunova, "Paragenesis of Micro - and Nanominerals as Indicators of Fluid-Dynamic Conditions of Soil Formation in Oil and Gas - Bearing Intermountain Mud-Volcanic Depressions of the Baikal Region", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR201111141337, Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020, 715 - 720
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