kukersite

kukersite
геол.
кукерсит (органогенная осадочная порода, битумный сланец)

English-Russian scientific dictionary. 2008.

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  • Kukersite — is a marine type oil shale of Ordovician age, found in the Baltic Oil Shale Basin in Estonia and North West Russia. It was named after Kukruse settlement in Estonia in 1917 by Russian paleontologist Mikhail Zalessky.Cite journal last =Lille |… …   Wikipedia

  • Oil shale in Estonia — Outcrop of Ordovician kukersite oil shale, northern Estonia Oil shale in Estonia is an important resource for the national economy. Estonia s oil shale deposits account for just 17% of total deposits in the European Union but the country… …   Wikipedia

  • Oil shale geology — Main article: Oil shale Outcrop of Ordovician kukersite oil shale, northern Estonia. Oil shale geology is a branch of geologic sciences which studies the formation and composition of …   Wikipedia

  • Oil shale — For the scientific technical journal, see Oil Shale (journal). Not to be confused with Shale oil or Tight oil. Oil shale Sedimentary Rock Combustion of oil shale Composition …   Wikipedia

  • Schiste bitumineux — Traduction à relire Oil shale → …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ordovician — Period 488.3–443.7 million years ago …   Wikipedia

  • Oil shale economics — deals with the economic feasibility of oil shale extraction and processing. The economic feasibility of oil shale is highly dependent on the price of conventional oil, and the assumption that the price will remain at a certain level for some time …   Wikipedia

  • Bryozoa — Temporal range: Upper Cambrian–Recent[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Geography of Estonia — Between 57.3 and 59.5 latitude and 21.5 and 28.1 longitude, Estonia lies on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea on the level northwestern part of the rising east European platform. It borders the Gulf of Finland, between Latvia and Russia.… …   Wikipedia

  • Sedimentary rock — Middle Triassic marginal marine sequence of siltstones (below) and limestones (above), Virgin Formation, southwestern Utah, USA Sedimentary rock are types of rock that are formed by the deposition of material at the Earth s surface and within… …   Wikipedia

  • Tasmanite — is a rock type almost entirely consisting of the prasinophyte alga Tasmanites . It is commonly associated with high latitude, nutrient rich, marginal marine settings find in Tasmania. [Peters et al., 2006] It is classified as marine type oil… …   Wikipedia


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