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DATE

1990

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Hans-Erich Reineck , Gisela Gerdes , Marianne Claes , Katharina Dunajtschik , Heike Riege , Wolfgang E. Krumbein

ABSTRACT

In coastal salterns, physical forces cause the upfolding of surface layers. Gelsticky, microfibrous substrates produced by microbes interfere with these processes. Results are folds and buckles, which differ from abiogenic tepee structures. The modified tepees are termed petees. Basing upon the over-thrusting mechanism involved, petees are classified into three types: (1) alpha-petees are buckles or folds which initially derive from subsurficial gas pressure, wind or water friction. In alpha-petees, mineral crystallization is either non-existent or initial, crests remain closed and rounded. (2) Beta-petees are advanced stages of alpha-petees with ruptured crests. Mineral crystallization takes place in the whole field of preformed folds, buckles and interspaces. Alpha- and beta-petees can be arranged irregulary or as parallel folds. (3) Gamma-petees are folds around polygons, formed in coherent biogenic surface layers. Their crests are sometimes rounded, but more often ruptured. Gamma-petees are visually closest to tepees and evolve from the same process which is lateral expansion of surface crusts by crystallization pressure. Within the peritidal zone, petee environments range between subtidal and highest supratidal areas: alpha-petees may already develop in subtidal lagoons and reefs. Gypsum-encrusted beta- and gamma-petees rather indicate intertidal and lower supratidal exposure, and tepees finally the relatively highest topography where microbial mats are excluded. More... »

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254-276

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Sediments and Environmental Geochemistry

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978-3-642-75099-1
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