4 edition of Holecene marine sedimentation in the North Sea basin found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by S.-D. Nio, R. T. E. Shüttenhelm and Tj. C. E. van Weering.|
|Series||Special publication of the International Association of Sedimentologists -- no. 5|
|Contributions||Weering, T. C. E. Van., Shüttenhelm R. T. E., Nio, S. D. 1939-|
|LC Classifications||GC591 .H75 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||515 p. :|
|Number of Pages||515|
Navy Fan is a deep-sea fan forming as a result of the overflow of sediment from San Diego Trough into San Clemente Basin. It appears to have preserved its growth pattern unmodified by the effects of the Holocene transgression or of tectonic activity. Since the beginning of the last glaciation about 56 of sediment has been deposited on the fan. Vigorous deep-sea currents cause global anomaly in sediment accumulation in the Southern Ocean Adriana Dutkiewicz; Climatic controls on nonmarine depositional sequences in the Albuquerque Basin, Rio Grande rift, north-central New Mexico Tertiary Deep-Marine Reservoirs of the North Sea Region.
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Interglacial and Holocene Sedimentation in the Northern North Sea: An Example of Eemian Deposits in the Tartan Field (Pages: ) J. Fred Jansen Antoinette M. Hensey. Holocene Marine Sedimentation in the North Sea Basin: An Introduction S.‐D.
Nio Comparative Sedimentology Division, State University of Utrecht, the NetherlandsCited by: 1. [et al.] -- Sediment transport measurements in the Sizewell-Dunwich Banks area, East Anglia, U.K. \/ Barbara J. Lees -- Sediment response to waves and currents, North Yorkshire Shelf, North Sea \/ C.F.
Jago -- Holocene sedimentations in the North-western North Sea \/ Roderick Owens -- Interglacial and Holocene sedimentation in the northern. In book: Holocene Marine Sedimentation in the North Sea Basin, pp - Cite this publication. Holocene Marine Sedimentation in the North Sea Holecene marine sedimentation in the North Sea basin book Edited by S.-D.
Nio. Download Citation | Holocene Marine Sedimentation in the North Sea Basin | Two cores from the southern side of the Norwegian Channel from water depths of and m have been studied with.
Request PDF | Holocene Marine Sedimentation in the North Sea Basin | The Middle Atlantic Bight of the North American continental shelf is a north-east-trending arcuate water body measuring.
Book Part: Publisher: Wiley Blackwell: Abstract: Research on Holocene marine sedimentation in the North Sea basin started early this century. Research activities have increased tremendously during the last decade and we can now assume that the North Sea basin is probably the most measured and surveyed marine basin in the world.
Request PDF | Holocene Marine Sedimentation in the North Sea Basin | Since the temperate marine Holocene deposits in the northern North Sea are not thicker than 1 m, it may be expected that. Research on Holocene marine sedimentation in the North Sea basin started early this century.
Research activities have increased tremendously during the last decade and we can now assume that the North Sea basin is probably the most measured and surveyed marine basin in the world. Most of these research activities were and still are related to the economic and social importance of the North Sea.
Download Citation | Holocene Marine Sedimentation in the North Sea Basin | Maps of superficial sediments have been prepared from textural analyses of samples taken at sample stations between.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Holocene marine sedimentation in the North Sea basin.
Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, © John G. Rees, Rhonda Newsham, Christopher D.R. Evans, "Modeling Holocene coastal erosion and sediment supply in the western North Sea", Coastline Changes: Interrelation of Climate and Geological Processes, Jan Harff, William W.
Hay, Daniel M. Tetzlaff. Controls of sediment transport and deposition in an incised mainland marsh basin, southeastern North Carolina. Wetlands, 19, – Mid-to-late Holocene sea level influence on coastal wetland development in Trinidad.
Quaternary response to changing sea level and suspended sediment concentration. Marine Geology,1– Summary Suspended matter in the North Sea is supplied from the northern Atlantic Ocean, the Channel, the Baltic, rivers, coastal erosion, seafloor erosion, primary production and the atmosphere.
The area draining into the Wash is one of generally low relief covering an area of 12, km 2 and includes the flat, artificially drained region of the Fenland. Attempts have been made to determine the amount of material supplied from this drainage basin to the Wash, and to compare this with the amount of suspended sediment within the Wash.
Fluvial contributions have been assessed by the use. The Holocene evolution of the barrier and back-barrier basins of Belgium and the Netherlands as a function of late Weichselian morphology, Holocene marine sedimentation in the North Sea Basin.
International Association of Holecene marine sedimentation in the North Sea basin book, Special Publication 5: Section snippets Previous work on North Sea tunnel-valleys. The Quaternary succession along the axis of the North Sea Basin is over 1 km thick in places (Caston, ), the majority comprising fluvio-deltaic to marine deposits that continued to accumulate until the expansion of ice sheets to lowland areas in the mid-Pleistocene Cameron et al.,Zagwijn,Gibbard et al., The North Sea Today; Further Reading; 1: The North Sea.
The North Sea basin is a hydrocarbon-rich Northern European basin that is bordered by nine European countries. The countries bordering the basin are Britain, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium. A compilation of geological data about the spatial extent, amplitudes, and dynamics of marine transgressions in the southern North Sea basin and adjacent lowland areas during warm stages of the Pleistocene is used for comparison with the coastal evolution during the final phase of the Weichselian Late Glacial and Holocene and which created the present-day landscape of barrier islands, tidal.
The rate of RSL rise, for example, greatly influenced the southern North Sea depositional record during the early and mid-Holocene. Minerogenic sedimentation, representative of tidal environments, dominates the early Holocene depositional history of the southern North Sea basin as high rates of RSL rise resulted in landward advancement of the.
Doggerland was a landmass occupying an area currently covered by the North Sea until marine inundation took place during the mid-Holocene, ultimately separating the British landmass from the rest of Europe. The Storegga Event, which triggered a tsunami reflected in sediment deposits in the northern North Sea, northeast coastlines of the British Isles and across the North Atlantic, was a major.
gen-rich saltwater flowing in from the North Sea. The histo-ry of the Baltic Sea has resulted in deposition of organic-rich Holocene marine sediments that overlie glacial, late-glacial and early Holocene organic-poor sediments.
The aims of Baltic Gas, a project within the BONUS Joint Baltic Sea Research Programme running from to Sediment cores from the Chukchi Sea were taken from the shelf (station 2), shelf break/upper slope (station F9) and basin (station C1).
In the Beaufort Sea, sediment samples were also taken from shelf (station 5), upper slope (station 10) and basin (station ) environments (Fig. Cores 5 and 10 (Fig. 1) were taken with a cm diameter Benthos. Journal of the Geological Sociev, London, vol.pp.
9 figs. Printed in Northern Ireland The history of Quaternary sedimentation in the UK sector of the North Sea Basin T. CAMERON,l M. STOKER2 & D. LONG2 British Geological Survey, 19 Grange Terrace, Edinburgh EH92LF.
The North Sea, Skagerrak, Kattegat, the three Danish Straits (Little Belt, Great Belt and Öresund), the Arkona Basin, the Drogden, and Darss Sills and the Baltic Sea are shown on the map.
Strong stratification due to warming and water mass salinity contrasts can lead to bottom‐water hypoxia in the Baltic Sea. This report is a guide to the literature on recent marine sediments during this period between and The decision was made to prepare a selected list of references including an index and three supplemental lists: 1.
text books and symposia of general interest; 2. bibliographies on sedimentation. Ocean basin - Ocean basin - Deep-sea sediments: The ocean basin floor is everywhere covered by sediments of different types and origins. The only exception are the crests of the spreading centres where new ocean floor has not existed long enough to accumulate a sediment cover.
Sediment thickness in the oceans averages about metres (1, feet). This study examines the evolution of the Skhira coast (Southeastern Tunisia) during Holocene times, by analyzing ostracodes, foraminifera and mollusk.
Holocene Epoch - Holocene Epoch - Continental shelf and coastal regions: It was recognized as early as that a logical consequence of a glacial age would be a large-scale withdrawal of ocean water. Consequently, deglaciation would produce a postglacial “glacioeustatic” transgression of the seas across the continental shelf.
The trace of this Holocene rise of sea level was first. An introduction to Holocene land-ocean interaction and environmental change around the western North Sea / I. Shennan and J.E. Andrews --Analysis and interpretation of Holocene sedimentary sequences in the Humber Estuary / J.
Ridgway, J.E. Andrews and S. Ellis / [and others] --Implications of a microfossil-based transfer function in Holocene. Cores from site HLY on the Alaskan margin in the eastern Chukchi Sea were analyzed for their geochemical (organic carbon, δ 13 C org, C org /N, and CaCO 3) and palynological (dinocyst, pollen, and spores) content to document oceanographic changes during the chronology of the cores was established from Pb dating of near-surface sediments and 14 C dating of bivalve shells.
The North Sea is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean located between Great Britain (England and Scotland), Denmark, Norway, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and epeiric (or "shelf") sea on the European continental shelf, it connects to the ocean through the English Channel in the south and the Norwegian Sea in the north.
It is more than kilometres ( mi) long and kilometres ( maximum and its evolution to the present configuration are intricately related to Holocene fluvio-dynamic processes, eustatic sea-level changes, and tectonic movements.
Quaternary System in Bengal basin has varieties of depositional environment. Sediment characteristics of different geomorphic units are different. Terwindt JHJ () Origin and sequences of sedimentary structures in inshore mesotidal deposits of the North Sea.
In: Nio SD, Schuttenhelm RTE, van Weering TjCE (eds) Holocene marine sedimentation in the North Sea Basin. Int Assoc Sed Spec Publ 5, pp 4–26 Google Scholar. A synthesis of Cenozoic sedimentation in the North Sea.
Basin Research, 24, 79 Antoine, P., Lautridou J.P. & Laurent M., Long-term fluvial archives in NW France: response of the Seine and Somme rivers to tectonic movements, climate variations and sea. Holocene continental flood events in marine sediments of the Gulf of Mexico [microform] / R.Z.
Poore and Holocene marine sedimentation in the North Sea basin / edited by S.-D. Nio, R.T.E. Shuttenhelm and Tj.C. Contributions on the geological and geophysical oceanography of the Gulf of Mexico.
[Edited by] Richard. Permian–Holocene tectonostratigraphic evolution of the Mandal High, Central Graben, North Sea Anders Rossland; southern North Sea, Norway.
The Mandal High is an elongated southeast-northwest–trending horst. Tertiary Deep-Marine Reservoirs of the North Sea Region. This review focuses on the depositional processes of late Quaternary sediments in the eastern Yellow Sea, an epicontinental sea with a flat and broad seafloor (less than m in water depth) and extensive tidal flats along the southeastern coast.
The Yellow Sea was subaerially exposed during the last glacial period when sea level was about m below the present level. Marine transgression constrained the amount of land suitable for paddy field agriculture. Relative sea level ceased to rise by ∼7 ka along the China coast and by ka along the coast of Southeast Asia.
Since the mid-Holocene, increasing sediment supply has resulted in gradually accelerating coastal progradation. The Holocene (/ ˈ h ɒ l. ə ˌ s iː n, ˈ h ɒ l. oʊ- ˈ h oʊ. l ə- ˈ h oʊ. l oʊ-/ HOL-ə-seen, HOL-oh- HOH-lə- HOH-loh-) is the current geological began approximat cal years before present, after the last glacial period, which concluded with the Holocene glacial retreat.
The Holocene and the preceding Pleistocene together form the Quaternary period. Glacial marine sedimentation dominated the inner shelf and coastal lowlands of Maine between ca. 14, B.P. Three major seismic facies interpreted as glacial marine deposits beneath the inner shelf are identified by recent high-resolution seismic reflection profiling.The Black Sea deluge is the most well known of three hypothetical flood scenarios proposed for the Late Quaternary history of the Black is one of the two of these flood scenarios which propose a rapid, even catastrophic, rise in sea level of the Black Sea during the Late Quaternary.Andrén E, Andrén T, Kunzendorf H.
Holocene history of the Baltic Sea as a background for assessing human impact in the sediments of the Gotland Basin. The Holocene. ; – doi: / Björck S. A review of the history of the Baltic Sea, – ka BP. Quaternary International.