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Tank Experiments on the Sorting Of Beach Material During Cusp Formation

N. C. Flemming

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...-point bench, and underlines the importance FIG. 3. Erosive effect of first waves. Erosion is followed by the formation of the impermeable layer...


Manganese-Nodule Bedforms and Thermohaline Density Flows in a Deep-Sea Valley on Carnegie Ridge, Panama Basin

Peter Lonsdale

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... migrate over fields of nodules abandoned by the onward rush of the head. The sand waves are themselves abandoned when flow of the body ceases...


Sedimentation in Massachusetts Bay

A. C. Trowbridge , F. P. Shepard

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... MARBLEHEAD NECK (GREAT HEAD) CONDITIONS The east side of Marblehead Neck is well exposed to storm waves, especially End_Page 17...


The Northwest Atlantic Mid-Ocean Channel of the Labrador Sea: III. Head Spill Vs. Body Spill Deposits from Turbidity Currents on Natural Levees

S. K. Chough , R. Hesse

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... of head spill (see below). The only thick massive layer of coarse sand which we found on the levees of the NAMOC (40 cm thick sand layer in core 75-22...


Flow Behavior of Ponded Turbidity Currents

Marco Patacci, Peter D.W. Haughton, William D. Mccaffrey

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... toward the confining slope (Fig. 8A, B). Smaller-amplitude internal waves can also be observed along the upper interface or within the graded upper layer...


Characterization of a Shallow Steamed Oil Reservoir Using Crosswell Seismology

Bjorn N. P. Paulsson, John W. Fairborn

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... the direct arrival and various head waves. The arrivals between the depths of about 1000 and 1200 feet exhibit almost no moveout, which is difficult...


Problem of Sub-Surface Development of Off-Shore Oil Fields

V. S. Melik-Pashaev

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

..., v. 135, No. 6. 6. Pollak, C., 1954, World Petroleum, v. 25, No. 4. The favorability of structure hidden beneath the Caspian Sea introduces...


High Frequency Full Waveform Inversion as an Interpretation Solution

Laurence Letki, Matt Lamont, Troy Thompson

Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) Journal

...), have therefore become a lot more practical. FWI uses the entire wavefield, including refractions and reflections, primaries and multiples, to generate...


An Integrated Geophysical Analysis of Crustal Structure in the Wichita Uplift Region of Southern Oklahoma

Amanda Rondot Buckey

Oklahoma City Geological Society

... medium using the model built in VMED and the picks chosen in ZPlot. RAYINVR is capable of tracing refracted, reflected, and head waves, including...


ABSTRACT Influence of Fault Zone Deformation on the Permeability of the Glen Rose Formation: Hidden Valley Fault Zone, Comal County, Texas, #90104 (2010)

McGinnis Ronald N.; Walter Gary R.; Bertetti Franklin P.; Roberts Marla M.; Ferrill David A.; Morris Alan P.; Smart Kevin J.

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...ABSTRACT Influence of Fault Zone Deformation on the Permeability of the Glen Rose Formation: Hidden Valley Fault Zone, Comal County, Texas, #90104...


Predicting Autosuspension in Steady Turbidity Flow: Ignition Points and Their Relation to Richardson Numbers

Henry M. Pantin, Mark C. Franklin

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... waves: Sedimentology, v. 53, p. 1265–1287, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3091.2006.00812.x. Fukushima, Y., and Parker, G., 1990, Numerical simulation of powder...


Hurricane-Induced Sediment Transport in Open-Shelf Tropical Systems--An Example from St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands

Dennis K. Hubbard

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...) or closely follow the release of a stored, nearshore hydraulic head as winds shift and waves dissipate (Salt River, this study). As noted by Hubbard et al...


Abstract: Anisotropic Moment Tensor Inversion and Visualization Applied to a Dual Well Monitoring Survey; #90224 (2015)

Scott Leaney, Xin Yu, Chris Chapman, Les Bennett, Shawn Maxwell, Jim Rutledge, and John Duhault

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...versions and head waves but presently we consider only direct P, Sh and Sv or “PHV” arrivals. The construction and decomposition of is discussed in a later...


Sedimentary Processes on the Northwestern Iberian Continental Margin Viewed by Long-range Side-scan Sonar and Seismic Data

James V. Gardner , Robert B. Kidd

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... waves occur at depths greater than 3,000 m. The western margin of Iberia has the highest values of near-bottom scattering in the benthic nepheloid layer...


Continental Margins of the Eastern Gulf of Alaska and Boundaries of Tectonic Plates: Convergent Margins

Roland Von Huene , George G. Shor Jr. , John Wageman

AAPG Special Volumes

.... Results are shown in Figure 8 and Table I. This basement layer is considerably thinner than normal. Mantle refractions may be present on a few...


The Effect of Clay Type On the Properties of Cohesive Sediment Gravity Flows and Their Deposits

Megan L. Baker, Jaco H. Baas, Jonathan Malarkey, Ricardo Silva Jacinto, Melissa J. Craig, Ian A. Kane, Simon Barker

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...-directed weight of the flow and force a thin layer of water underneath the head (Mohrig et al. 1998; Talling 2013). As the flows slowed during...


ABSTRACT: Some result of geophysical survey along projected gas pipeline South StreamŽ; #90109 (2010)

O. N. Sergeev, S. M. Kleshchin, L. R. Merklin, A. P. Demonov

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.... Demonov4 1 Peter Gaz Ltd. General Manager 2 Peter Gaz Ltd. Head of Geophysical department 3 Institute of oceanology of P.P. Shirshova RAS. Head...


Sub-seafloor reflectivity estimation by upgoing wavefield deconvolution

Hassan Masoomzadeh, Tim Seher, M. A. H. Zuberi

International Meeting for Applied Geoscience and Energy (IMAGE)

..., for the purpose of simplicity some effects including energy partitioning, turning waves, head waves, converted waves, guided waves and Scholte waves...


Antidunes in the Mount Toby Conglomerate (Triassic), Massachusetts

Bryce M. Hand , James M. Wessel, Miles O. Hayes

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...), Nineteen consecutive sand waves, interpreted as antidunes, occur on an exposed bedding surface of granule conglomerate within the Mount Toby...


New Jersey Continental Shelf Near Bottom Current Meter Records and Recent Sediment Activity

Charles E. McClennen

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...: Deep Sea Research, v. 16, p. 17-23. CACCHIONE, DANIEL A., 1970, Experimental study of internal gravity waves over a slope: Unpub. Ph.D. thesis, Mass...


Sedimentology of a modern point bar at raven camp on the Red River, central Louisiana

Brian E. Lock , Catherine E. Bishop

GCAGS Transactions

..., they expose a variety of sedimentary structures, dominated by sand waves over most of the bar surface. At the downstream end of the bar, where...


Wave Climate Effects Upon Changing Barrier Island Morphology, Kouchibouguac Bay, New Brunswick

Edward Bryant

Atlantic Geology

... of a specific wave period and direction. Although these latter waves may have a random effect on the barrier during any one storm, on a cumulative basis...


Concentration of Magnetite and Gold at Bar and Reach Scales in a Gravel-Bed Stream, British Columbia, Canada

S. J. Day, W. K. Fletcher

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... of enrichment below about 50 µm. 3) The effect of changing channel slope on heavy-mineral enrichments in bar-head gravels. Within the limits of this study...


Abstract: Effect of Lime on Permeability and Microstructure of Soil

Baba Musta, Khairul Anuar Kassim, Mohd. Razman Salim

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

...Abstract: Effect of Lime on Permeability and Microstructure of Soil Baba Musta, Khairul Anuar Kassim, Mohd. Razman Salim 118 Effect of lime...


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