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Fluid Processes and Sea-Floor Response on a Modern Storm-Dominated Shelf: Middle Atlantic Shelf of North America. Part I: The Storm-Current Regime.

Donald J. P. Swift, Gregory Han, Christopher E. Vincent

CSPG Special Publications

... the wave orbital component or the mean flow component by themselves (Grant and Madsen, 1979). In effect, the mean flow boundary layer experiences...


Shelfbreak Circulation, Fronts and Physical Oceanography: East and West Coast Perspectives

Leonard J. Pietrafesa

Special Publications of SEPM

... extent of the bottom frictional layer Consequently near bottom lower period range or with edge waves which have periods on the order of hours and which...


Recent Sediments of the St. Lawrence Middle Estuary

B. d'Anglejan, M. Brisebois

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... Numerous sand dunes and ripples develop there. Over the central regions, a thin layer of inhomogeneous sandy sediments unconformably covers a deposit...


Mass-Spring-Damper System as the Mathematical Model for the Pattern of Sand Movement for an Eroding Beach Around Digha, West Bengal, India

A. Chakrabarti

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... the two movements. The net effect of these movements on foreshore topography was very similar to the result of superposition of two large sand waves...


Geochemical Indices of Fine Sediment Transport, Northwest Gulf of Mexico

Charles W. Holmes

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... and Ross, p. 225-248. MCGRAIL D. W., AND REZAK, R., 1977, Internal waves and the nepheloid layer on the continental shelf in the Gulf of Mexico: Trans...


Fold Development in Zagros Simply Folded Belt, Southwest Iran

S. P. Colman-Sadd

AAPG Bulletin

.... 97-173. Blanford, W. T., 1872, Notes on the geological formations seen along the coasts of Baluchistan and Persia, from Karachi to the head of the Persian...


Sedimentary Processes and the Distribution of Tsunami Deposits On a Narrow Coastal Lowland Backed By a Cliff in Flume Experiments

Naofumi Yamaguchi, Tomohiro Sekiguchi

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., An experimental study of changes of beach profile and mean grain size caused by tsunami-like waves: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 28, p. 1303–1312. Choowong...


Palo Duro Canyon

Floyd V. Studer

Panhandle (Texas) Geological Society

... or ice action, nor by volcanic action. Its strata are built up like a giant layer cake, each layer telling its story. The irregular succession of sands...


Logging Cost Efficiency

Firmansjah Kartawidjaja, William Coates

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... and minor carbonate. The sediment any sequence was deposited in the delta plane to pro-delta environment, resulting in thick to thin layer reservoir sand...


Groundwater Modeling

Uriel Oko

Special Publications of SEPM

..., Neumann and head dependent boundary conditions in each layer cannot exceed 80. Upper bands cannot exceed 25. Number of wells in any aquifer layer cannot...


The Crustal Structure and Evolution of the Area Underlying the Magnetic Quiet Zone on the Margin South of Australia: Rifted Margins

Manik Talwani , John Mutter , Robert Houtz , Michael Konig

AAPG Special Volumes

..., Widespread occurrence of a high-velocity basal crustal layer in the Pacific crust found with repetitive sources sonobuoys, in Heacock, J. G., ed...


The Apparent Growth of Gulf Beach, Exgreme West Florida

Dennis J. Price

GCAGS Transactions

... and a gentle slope toward the lagoon. The bay head in the lagoon half appears more stable, and has changed according to the amount of sand dumped on it when...


Experimental and Field Studies on the Genesis of Sandstones

Gerard V. Middleton

Wyoming Geological Association

... sublayer which completely encloses the sediment grains. Thus the sediment can have no effect on the nature of the flow in the turbulent boundary layer...


Effects of the 1964 Alaskan Earthquake on Some Shallow-water Sediments in Prince William Sound, Southeast Alaska

Peter J. Barrett

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... be attributed to the large waves associated with the earthquake. Limited mass movement of pre-quake silt on the Rude River delta front has resulted...


Subaqueous Grain Flows at the Head of Carmel Submarine Canyon, California

John R. Dingler, Roberto J. Anima

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... the influence of waves. Sand movement from the head into the lower part of a canyon is primarily an episodic event triggered by unusual combinations...


Rational Theory of Delta Formation

Charles C. Bates

AAPG Bulletin

.... The effect of this head is to cause a more rapid spreading of the jet than would otherwise occur, as well as to maintain a forward velocity above...


Variability of a River Clay Suite: NOTES

Charles E. Weaver

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... been made to determine the factors that effect the mineral composition of clay suites carried by rivers. The extent to which the clay suite of a river...


Seismic Characterization of the Fiordland Gas-hydrate Province, New Zealand

Miko Fohrmann, Andrew R. Gorman, Ingo A. Pecher

AAPG Special Volumes

..., and S. Stein, 1994, Effect of recent revisions to the geomagnetic reversal time-scale on estimates of current plate motions: Geophysical Research Letters, v...


Possibilities for Seismic Refraction Surveys in Oil-Gas Exploration on Northeast Shelf of Sakhalin Island

V. E. Konov, K. F. Sergeyev, V. V. Argentov, S. K. Bikkenina, V. V. Zhigulev, E. G. Zhil’tsov

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... portions of the profiles. With distances of 25-30 km the waves were quasi-head or weakly refracted types. “Stepped” hodographs indicate interbedded high...


Turbulence Modulation in Clay-Rich Sediment-Laden Flows and Some Implications for Sediment Deposition

Jaco H. Baas, James L. Best

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... a lower region of reduced velocity that is separated from the overlying flow by a distinct shear layer. Large-scale Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities...


Field Trip B3: Geology of the Island of Grand Manan, New Brunswick: Precambrian to Early Cambrian and Triassic Formations

J. Gregory McHone, Leslie R. Fyffe

Atlantic Geoscience Society Special Publications

.... ........................... 14 Quartzite of The Thoroughfare Formation at the north end of Ross Island. ........... 14 Schistose andesitic tuff, Ingalls Head...


Depth of Disturbance of Sand on Sea Beaches by Waves

C. A. M. King

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...Depth of Disturbance of Sand on Sea Beaches by Waves C. A. M. King 1951 Vol. 21 No. 3. (September), Experiments which were made to determine...


Falling Water Level Ripple Marks

William F. Tanner

GCAGS Transactions

... ridges, and other long down-current ridges are produced primarily by direct current flow, or by a vector combination of waves and currents, in shallow...


Possible Mechanism for Concentration of Brines in Subsurface Formations

J. D. Bredehoeft , C. R. Blyth , W. A. White , G. B. Maxey

AAPG Bulletin

... enters aquifers near the outcrop area and is discharged slowly through confining layers in areas where the hydraulic head in the aquifer exceeds...


The Role of Subaqueous Debris Flow in Generating Turbidity Currents

Monty A. Hampton

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... is interrupted only when the interface becomes unstable and breaking of waves occurs. The laminar boundary layer does not allow turbulent eddies within...


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