General geology of Kg. Sg. Batu, Dabong, Kelantan & sedimentary facies analysis of well x-1, north malay basin

Nor Munirah Yasmin Mazlan, (2013) General geology of Kg. Sg. Batu, Dabong, Kelantan & sedimentary facies analysis of well x-1, north malay basin. [Undergraduate Final Year Project Report] (Submitted)

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Abstract

Kampung Sungai Batu is located in Kuala Krai district nearby Dabong town in southern part of Kelantan. The study area is bounded by Stong complex from the the Main Range Granite. In general, the study area cut across from west to east of central belt in South Kelantan. The research objective for this study is to produce geological map of the area. The geological study of research area is done through simple mapping, by analysed the collected sample in field and through petrographic thin section analysis to confirm the type of rock being observed in field. The method use to conduct the mapping is by identifying the problem, desktop study, data collection throughout the field work, sampling, and laboratory work. Geomorphology analysis is done from topography map, drainage map, and weathering that is observed in the study area. Besides that, lineament analysis is done for positive and negative are performed by referring to topography map and drainage map, and streonet is drawn to illustrate the result. The study area has vicinities of acid intrusive igneous rock, sedimentary rocks and metamorphic rocks. Aziz (1990) in his research nearby the study area, conduct XRD analysis on the sedimentary rocks and found that it deposited in marine environment. Most of the type of rocks found here are influences by lineament, where acid intrusive igneous rock can be found in the hill side. The oldest rock here is believed to be sedimentary rocks that composed of siltstone, claystone, shale and mudstone. The metamorphic rocks here are form due to low metamorphism contact during intrusion of the Stong Complex during Triassic, which is responsible for formation of schist and marble that found in the foot hill of Stong Complex. Meanwhile, sedimentary rocks, the major rocks in the study area, covered about entirely undulating surface. However, during time the research done, there is no accessibility found to enter the hillside area at the North-eastern part of the map.

Item Type: Undergraduate Final Year Project Report
Faculty: Faculty of Earth Sciences
Depositing User: En. Wahyudi Yusra Zulfin
Date Deposited: 07 Mar 2015 07:17
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2017 07:08
URI: http://umkeprints.umk.edu.my/id/eprint/3457
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