5 edition of Holocene tidal sedimentation found in the catalog.
Holocene tidal sedimentation
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by George deVries Klein.|
|Series||Benchmark papers in geology ; v. 30|
|Contributions||Klein, George deVries, 1933-|
|LC Classifications||GC380.15 .H64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 423 p. :|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||76004877|
About this book. Principles of Tidal Sedimentology presents a comprehensive, contemporary review of tidal environments and deposits. Individual chapters, each written by world-class experts, cover the full spectrum of coastal, shallow-marine, and even deep-marine settings where tidal action influences or controls sediment movement and deposition. mid-Holocene highstand of – m above present . The details of sea-level history post highstand are contentious, with various researchers contending that it fell to the present level either slowly and smoothly [23,24], rapidly in the late-Holocene after a more prolonged highstand , or gradually in an oscillating manner [26,27].Cited by: 2.
The retrograding, coarsening-upward, late Holocene succession in this open coast has resulted from low sedimentation rates under low to moderate rates of sea-level rise. It shows a reverse pattern as compared with the models developed in embayed tidal flats with high sedimentation rate such as Jade- and Fundy-bay tidal flats which show a. This book describes the latest developments in the hydrodynamics and morphodynamics of tidal inlets, with an emphasis on natural inlets. A review of morphological features and sand transport pathways is presented, followed by an overview of empirical relationships between inlet cross-sectional area, ebb delta volume, flood delta volume and tidal by: 6.
The paleoecological development of a late holocene, tidal freshwater marsh of the Upper Delaware River estuary. Pollen and paleosalinity analysis from a Holocene tidal marsh sequence, Cape May County, New Jersey. The processes of sedimentation on the surface of a salt marsh. Estuarine, Shelf and Coastal Science Cited by: The Holocene and Pleistocene sedimentary strata in the Exuma Cays and New Providence Island, Bahamas, record sea-level oscillations during orbitally-driven sea-level highstands. Together, the orbital and sub-orbital sea-level changes primarily control shallow-water carbonate deposition, island accretion and preservation, resulting in extreme lateral and vertical heterogeneity of depositional Author: Kelly London Jackson.
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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. An established diatom-based tidal level transfer function is used in combination with the present day relationship between sedimentation rate and altitude to reconstruct Holocene tidal sediment accretion for the Tees estuary, northeastern by: Book Review: Holocene tidal sedimentation (Benchmark papers in geology, 30).
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Holocene sedimentation in a blue hole surrounded by carbonate tidal flats in The Bahamas: Holocene tidal sedimentation book versus allogenic processes. Author links open overlay panel Peter J.
van Hengstum a b Tyler S. Winkler b Anne E. Tamalavage b Richard M. Sullivan b Shawna N. Little c Dana MacDonald d Jeffrey P. Donnelly e Nancy A. Albury by: 1. Holocene Tidal Sedimentation and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Holoc4 () pp.
– Holocene tidal levels and sedimentation rates using a diatom-based palaeo-environmental reconstruction: the Tees estuary, northeastern England. Holocene sedimentation at Cape Sable, south Florida.
Harry H. Roberts, Thomas Whelan, William G. Smith. Evidence of shallow marine and tidal sedimentation in the Ordovician Graafwater Formation, Cape Province, South Africa.
Tidal flat and subtidal sedimentation in the M.Y. Malmani Dolomite, Transvaal, South Africa. K.A. Eriksson. Sedimentation as a Three-Component System: Organic Carbon, Carbonate, Noncarbonate (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences) by Werner Ricken and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Holocene tidal levels and sedimentation rates using a diatom-based palaeoenvironmental reconstruction: The Tees estuary, northeastern England Article.
This study presents geochemical evidence for a change in depositional energy conditions of tidal flat sediments (southern North Sea) from the Holocene, i.e.
human unaffected, to present-day conditions. We investigated Holocene and present tidal flat sediments and suspended particulate matter (SPM) from the NW German coastal area (Spiekeroog Island back-barrier area and Jade Bay), as well as Cited by: is a platform for academics to share research papers.
The Holocene-Pleistocene package, the latest chapters in a long history of shallow-water carbonate deposition, is prograding seaward toward the edge of the continental shelf. The Holocene sedimentary sequence was dissected in the third dimension to study accumulation patterns, variations in the patterns, sediment sources, and pore-space.
Holocene sedimentation in a pericoastal river system (South Wales, UK): Relationship to sea level, human activity, and coastal sediment flux a coastal feature of global importance because it has the world's second highest tidal range.
Archaeological and radiocarbon-dated horizons within alluvium indicate that floodplain deposition was. () Late Holocene sedimentation and paleoenvironmental history for the Tidal Marshes of the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, Tributaries, and the Chesapeake Bay. Virginia Journal of Science 63(3–4): 91 – Google ScholarAuthor: Thomas M Cronin, Megan K Clevenger, Neil E Tibert, Tammy Prescott, Michael Toomey, J Bradford Hubeny.
We investigated the effect of tidal‐range change and sediment compaction on reconstructions of Holocene relative sea level (RSL) in New Jersey, USA.
We updated a published sea‐level database to generate 50 sea‐level index points and ten limiting dates that define continuously rising RSL in New Jersey during the by: This book presents a comprehensive, contemporary review of tidal environments and deposits. Individual chapters, each written by world-class experts, cover the full spectrum of coastal, shallow-marine and even deep-marine settings where tidal action influences or controls sediment movement and deposition.
Both siliciclastic and carbonate deposits are covered. Holocene Sediment Types and Their Distribution in the Southern Persian Gulf.- Sedimentation around Bathymetric Highs in the Southern Persian Gulf.- Carbonate Coastal Accretion in an Area of Longshore Transport, NE Qatar, Persian Gulf.- Recent Intertidal and Nearshore Carbonate Sedimentation around Rock Highs, E Qatar, Persian Gulf Results indicate that the first half of the Holocene experienced somewhat more rapid rates of hillslope sedimentation ( to mm/yr) than the last half of the Holocene ( mm/yr) on footslopes, toeslopes, and alluvia/colluvial fans prior to historic by: This comprehensive scientific book of more than pages features chapters by various authors.
Holocene Marine Sedimentation in the North Sea Basin address topics that include: ripple, megaripple and sandwave bedforms in South Wales; shoreline development in St Andrews Bay, Scotland; and the origin of ridges off the Zeeland coast.
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HOLOCENE SEDIMENTATION RATES IN OVERBANK DEPOSITS IN THE BLACK BOTTOM OF THE LOWER OHIO RIVER, SOUTHERN .Holocene Cycles: Climate, Sea Levels, and Sedimentation (Journal of Coastal Research) Author Finkl, Charles W.
(editor) Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 X ISBN 13 Publisher The Coastal Education and Research Foundation Place of Publication.Inﬂuence of tidal-range change and sediment compaction on Holocene relative sea-level change in New Jersey, USA BENJAMIN P.
HORTON,1,2* SIMON E. ENGELHART,1,3 DAVID F. HILL,4 ANDREW C. KEMP,1,5 DARIA NIKITINA,6 KENNETH G. MILLER7 and W.
RICHARD PELTIER8 1Sea Level Research, Department of Earth and Environmental Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.