Marine petroleum source rocks by James Brooks, A. J. Fleet, Geological Society of London,

By James Brooks, A. J. Fleet, Geological Society of London, Geological Society of London. Marine Studies Group, Geological Society of London. Petroleum Geochemistry Group

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DOUGLAS, A. , EGLINTON, G. & McCoRMICK, A. 1968. The botryococcenes-hydrocarbons of novel structure from algae Botryococcus braunii Kutzing. Phytochemistry, 7, 2157-2171. MCIVER, R. D. 1967. Composition of kerogen--clue to its role in the origin of petroleum. Proc 7th World Petr. , 2, 25-36. MANSKAYA, S. M. & DROZDOVA, T. V. 1968. Geochemistry of Organic Substances. Pergamon Press, Oxford. MUIR, M. D. & GRANT, P. R. 1971. Application of scanning electron microscope techniques and optical microscopy to the study of sporopottenin.

Classifications of organic matter in source rocks have been made by coal petrographers, palynologists and petroleum geochemists. Various techniques have been used and many parameters determined, but in recent studies combined organic petrography and organic geochemical methods (particularly pyro- 33 lysis) have proved the most widely used and applicable to source rock studies. Using a combination of transmitted, reflected and UV-fluorescent light, organic matter in source rocks can be classified into various organic macerals and into four main groups (Figs 11 and 13).

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