These diagrams and photomicrographs track a variety of carbonate porosity types and some of their geologic controls. Some of these diagrams were created by Jerry Lucia, Choquette and Pray; others are ascribed to their authors. Unless otherwise ascribed many of the other diagrams and the photomicrographs were created by Christopher Kendall.
References - supplement to illustrations
Choquette, P.W. and Pray, L.C. (1970). Geologic nomenclature and classification of porosity in sedimentary carbonates, AAPG Bulletin, v.54, No. 2, p.207 250.
Lucia, F. J., Jennings, J. W., Jr., Rahnis, M. A., and Meyer, F. O., 2001, Permeability and rock fabric from wireline logs, Arab D reservoir, Ghawar field, Saudi Arabia: GeoArabia, v. 6, no. 4,
Lucia, F. J., 1995, Rock fabric/petrophysical classification of carbonate pore space for reservoir characterization: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 79, no. 9, p. 1275–1300.
Lucia, F. J., 1995, Chapter 14, Lower Paleozoic cavern development, collapse, and dolomitization, Franklin Mountains, El Paso, Texas, in Budd, D. A., Saller, A. H., and Harris, P. M., eds., Unconformities and porosity in carbonate strata: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, AAPG Memoir 63, p. 279–300.
Lucia, F. J., 1999, carbonate reservoir characterization: New York, Springer Verlag, 226 p.
Lucia, F. J., and Major, R. P., 1994, Porosity evolution through hypersaline reflux dolomitization, in Purser, B. H., Tucker, M. E., and Zenger, D. H., eds., dolomites, a volume in honour of Dolomieu: International Association of Sedimentologists, Special Publication No. 21, p. 325–341.
Lucia, F. J., and Conti, R. D., 1987, Rock fabric, permeability, and log relationships in an upward shoaling, vuggy carbonate sequence: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular 87 5, 22 p.
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