Microbially induced sedimentary structures indicating climatological, Hydrological and depositional conditions within recent and pleistocene coastal facies zones (Southern Tunisia) View Full Text


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DATE

2001-01

AUTHORS

Nora Noffke, Gisela Gerdes, Thomas Klenke, Wolfgang E. Krumbein

ABSTRACT

Extensive tidal areas of the Recent coast of southern Tunisia are overgrown by microbial mats. Different mat types of which each are dominated by distinct and well adapted cyanobacterial species develop. Ecological response of the mat-forming microorganisms to climatological hydrological and sedimentological factors produce characteristic sedimentary structures (=microbially induced sedimentary structures). A suecession of Pleistocene rocks crops out near the lagoon El Bibane, southern Tunisia. The stratigraphic section comprises structures that we regard as fossil equivalents to those microbially induced structures we observe in the Recent coastal area. Preservation of the structures is result of lithification of the microbial mats. This we conclude from fossil filaments of cyanobacteria visible within the rock matrix. The Recent microbially induced sedimentary structures indicate facies zones within the modern tidal environment. Comparison of the Recent structures with the fossil analogues recorded in the stratigraphic section aids to identify the same distinct facies zones within the Pleistocene coastal environment also. Erosion by water currents forms step-like cliffs, and the microbial mat is undermined and ripped off piece by piece. shallows within the supratidal area are overgrown by copious microbial mats comprising structures like biolaminites and—varvites, as well as polygons of cracks. The features originate from effects triggered by seasonal variations of climate. Tufts and reticulate pattern of bulges indicate supernatant water films covering the mat surfaces. Morphologically higher parts of the Recent tidal area are overgrown by single-layered mats forming petees, induced by microbial mat growth and evaporitive pumping. The study demonstrates that microbially induced sedimentary structures can be used to reconstruct small-scaled facies zones within coastal environments. The also include hints on paleoclimatological, hydrological and sedimentological conditions. More... »

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23-30

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Facies

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1

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44

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