By Juergen Schieber, Pradip K. Bose, P.G. Eriksson, Santanu Banerjee, Subir Sarkar, Wladyslaw Altermann, Octavian Catuneanu
Drawing on a mix of contemporary occurrences and certain historic opposite numbers, this atlas is a treatise of mat-related sedimentary positive aspects that one may perhaps anticipate to work out in old terrigenous clastic sedimentary successions. via combining smooth and old examples, the relationship is made to most probably formative procedures and the usage of those positive factors within the interpretation of old sedimentary rocks.
* the 1st complete compilation of microbial mat features/structures preserved within the sliciclastic rock record
* prime quality, complete colour images absolutely help the text
* smooth and historic examples attach the formative tactics and usage of mat-related beneficial properties within the interpretation of sedimentary rocks
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A) Cross-section through growth-bedding (see Figure 2-1-2) containing lamina-specific arrangements of carbonate grains, biogeochemically formed in situ. Photo: Gisela Gerdes. (B) Banded arrangement of granular carbonate inclusions in plastic microbial mats. Photo: Gisela Gerdes; modified after photo published in Gerdes et al. (2000b). (C) SEM view of grape-like peloids attached to fragments of microbial mats. Photo: Gisela Gerdes; modified after photo published in Gerdes et al. (1994b). (D) Section across cortoid-like particle showing opaque nucleus and translucent rim made of fibrous cement, organic matter scattered between aragonite crystals.
C) Three-dimensional scum expanding from the surface of a shallow water mat into the surficial water. Slime-enriched threads, films and bubbles provide various interfaces and three-dimensional spaces for the bacterial front to move into the pelagic realm. Photo: E. Ahrensfeld (colour-adapted); modified after photo published in Gerdes and Klenke (2003; courtesy of Assoc. Geoaustria). (D) Similar three-dimensional structures building over the surface of hypersaline shallow water mats. In biofilms coating bubbles, diatoms are abundant.
1997b). Ripple levelling proceeds during longer-lasting periods of non-deposition or non-erosion, in which the mats have the possibility to overprint the surface with thick condensed biomass. , 2003b). Features derived from metabolic effects Closely linked metabolic and decay processes (Figure 2-2-1) Well developed, highly diverse microbial mats represent ecosystems in which both the upward directed primary growth and the degradation of the organic matter are closely linked via biochemicals which are excreted by the one group, used and transformed by the other (Stal, 1994).