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Transport Mechanisms of Sand in Deep-Marine Environments—Insights Based on Laboratory Experiments

Hedda Breien, Fabio V. De Blasio, Anders Elverhoi, Johan P. Nystuen, Carl B. Harbitz

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... 26, p. 1897–1899. Arbues, P., Mellere, D., Puig, M., and Marzo, M., 2007, The effect of slumping on sandstone distribution in the Arro turbidites, Los...


Woollybutt 2001: A Geoscience Odyssey

D. J. Hearty, M. A. Battrick

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

.... This layer is highly porous hut has poor permeability and may he a distal equivalent of the Birdrong Sandstone. The top of the 'basal' Mardie Greensand...


Identifying Underutilized Ground Water Resources in the Coastal Bend Region of Texas

Karen K. Dodson

GCAGS Transactions

.... In Layer 1, shoreline boundaries along the bay systems were assigned constant head values of 0.0 ft. msl. River boundary conditions were assigned...


Use of Scintillation Apparatus for Exploration of Oil and Gas Pools

A. P. Grumbkov, V. V. Matveev, G. S. Semenov, A. D. Sokolov

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... of radioactive elements in the surface layer of the earth; they give no idea on the distribution of individual components of this radiation. It is fully...


Supply, segregation, successions, and significance of shallow marine conglomeratic deposits

H. Edward Clifton

CSPG Bulletin

... of segregation of gravel and sand in the shallow marine environment can critically influence a deposit's reservoir character. Waves are particularly...


Crustal Structure of Queen Elizabeth Islands and Polar Continental Margin, Canada: Evolution of Arctic Ocean Basin

L. W. Sobczak, J. R. Weber

AAPG Special Volumes

... by a composite structure consisting of a sedimentary layer up to 10 km in thickness and a crust which thins by as much as 17 km. The average free-air...


High Frequency Borehole Seismic Acquisition and Its Applications for Reservoir Delineation of the Bunyu Field, Onshore Kalimantan, Indonesia

Adriansyah, Patricius Sembiring, Mohammed Badri, Azhar Akhtar

Indonesian Petroleum Association

..., which is a function of its low frequency content. The main advantage of borehole seismic is that the reflected waves are recorded with much less...


Fit for Work, Healthy for Life - The Science of Wellbeing

Mike (Michael) Ashman

Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) Journal

... work to support personnel to perform at their best in all facets of life, at each stage of life, with a strong focus on being in the right head space...


Great Alaskan Earthquake and its After Effects: ABSTRACT

J. W. Bedford

AAPG Bulletin

... was located at the head of Prince William Sound, 75 miles east of Anchorage. Approximately 12,000 aftershocks had been recorded by October, 1964. Aftershock...


Morphology, Sedimentology, and Genesis of Three Large Submarine Canyons Adjacent to Navarin Basin, Bering Sea: ABSTRACT

Paul R. Carlson, Herman A. Karl, Kenneth A. Johnson

AAPG Bulletin

..., a prospective petroleum province scheduled for leasing in 1984. These canyons, Navarinsky, Pervenets, and Zhemchug, head in water shallower than 150 m...


Pliocene Shallow-Water Sediment Gravity Flows at Moss Beach, San Mateo County, California

Thomas J. Wiley, Ellen J. Moore

Pacific Section SEPM

...) contain coarsegrained sediment gravity flows that show few signs of reworking, probably because of protection from waves at the head of the subaqueous...


Dynamics and deposition of sediment-bearing multi-pulsed flows and geological implication

Viet Luan Ho, Robert M. Dorrell, Gareth M. Keevil, Robert E. Thomas, Alan D. Burns, Jaco H. Baas, William D. McCaffrey

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...– 772. Hughes, G.O., 2016, Inside the head and tail of turbulent gravity current: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, v. 790, p. 1– 4. Huppert, H.E., 1998...


Folds and Folding: Part II

Rasoul Sorkhabi

GEO ExPro Magazine

... on a thin-section of a rock sample to mountain-size folds. Nevertheless, folds in geology are what waves are in physics. Therefore, certain geometric...


Physical, Chemical, and Economic Aspects of the Great Salt Lake, Utah

J. Wallace Gwynn

Utah Geological Association

.... The Southern Pacific Railroad, which runs through the center of the lake (Fig. 10) is subjected to winds and waves from both the north and south. During...


Streaked-out Mud Ripples Below Miocene Turbidites, Puriri Formation, New Zealand

P. F. Ballance

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... of ripples, and hence transverse to the turbidity current flow. Above the only layer in which individual ripples are streaked out in opposing directions...


The Effects of the 1857 Fort Tejon Earthquake on Trees Near Wrightwood, California

Kristian E. Meisling, Kerry E. Sieh

Pacific Section of AAPG

..., in contrast, shows no effect of the 1857 earthquake (Figure 8). It is situated just south of Lone Pine Canyon Road, west of the saddle at the head...


Distributional Trends in the Recent Marine Sediments of Tasiujaq Cove of Ekalugad Fiord, Baffin Island, N.W.T.

R. J. Knight

Atlantic Geology

... the nature of the Recent alluvial sediments in Tasiujaq Cove, the bay at the head of Sarvalik Fiord. Tasiujaq Cove is the shallowest of three basins...


Experiments on the Thickness of Beds Deposited by Turbidity Currents

G. V. Middleton, W. J. Neal

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... of 20% and 40% by volume. The effect of poor sorting was investigated by mixing the coarse and fine glass beads to produce a poorly sorted sediment...


Wave-Worked Conglomerates — Depositional Processes and Criteria for Recognition

Joanne Bourgeois, Elana L. Leithold

CSPG Special Publications

... through the surf zone. The breaking waves and bores transport water shoreward and pile it against the shoreline. The hydraulic head thus created...


The Physical Environment and Primary Productivity of the Gulf of California: Chapter 26: Part V. Physical Oceanography, Primary Productivity, Sedimentology

Saul Alvarez-Borrego, Jose Ruben Lara-Lara

AAPG Special Volumes

..., On the dissolution of carbonate and silicate in the deep ocean: Deep-Sea Research, v. 21, p. 455-480. Fu, L. L., and B. Holt, 1984, Internal waves in the Gulf...





... this pit is Ce III, also referred to as Leichenfeld II, which pertains to a stratigraphic level within the Oberes Hauptmittel layer, the transition...




Montana Geological Society

... learned that this end of the lake had raised 8 feet sending cascads of water in the form of huge tidal waves over the dam, thus adding...


Role of Submarine Canyons on Shelfbreak Erosion and Sedimentation: Modern and Ancient Examples

Jeffrey A. May, John E. Warme, Richard A. Slater

Special Publications of SEPM

... vergence of internal waves and tides at the canyon head have maintained the relict erosional surface Further evidence of erosional processes by shelf...


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