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Bed Configurations

Gerard Middleton, John B. Southard

Special Publications of SEPM

... to be in phase with the ripples. The surface waves gradually become the dominant effect, and the bed forms move upstream as antidunes. The same effect is seen...

1984

The Periodic Cycle of Particulate Matter in a Shallow, Temperate Estuary

Franz E. Anderson

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... to variations in river discharge, resuspension by local wind waves and tidal currents, the effect of ice cover, productivity, etc. In some estuaries one source...

1970

Effects of Shoreline Irregularities on a Rectilinear Tidal Current and Their Significance in Sedimentation Processes

George Ferentinos, Michael Collins

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... Mumbles Head and along the South Gower Coast: Swansea City Council Pub., Final Report to Swansea City Council. BRIDGES, P. H., AND LEEDER, M. R., 1976...

1980

Origin of Parallel, Near-Horizontal Laminae by Migration of Bed Forms in a Small Flume

E. F. McBride, R. G. Shepherd, R. A. Crawley

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... with the water surface and had variable spacings (15 to 40 cm), and by downstream migration of waves (2 to 8 mm high) with regular spacings of 3 to 6...

1975

A Small-Scale Throughflow Outburst in a Heterolithic Ephemeral Channel

M.C. Bourke

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... (throughflow) in an ephemeral sand and mud channel in central Australia generated an outburst through the surface mud layer depositing a small...

2003

Degradation of Ice-Formed Beach Deposits

Peter S. Rosen

Atlantic Geology

... movement by ice due to the formation of a thicker winter ice cover. TABLE 1 Chatham Temperature Data The freeze-up and thaw sequence at Richibucto Head...

1978

Geotechnical Applications in Soft Sediments: Section 2

Wayne A. Dunlap

AAPG Special Volumes

...-elastic constitutive theory (Schapery, 1968, 1974). In predicting the dynamic response of the sea bottom to the action of storm waves, the effect...

1981

ABSTRACT: Selected Topics in Seismic Dispersion

Christopher L. Liner

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

..., reflection and transmission coefficients, head waves, etc. The convolutional reflection models we use to model thick and thin bed thin response...

2012

Relationships Between Wave-Induced Currents and Sediment Grain Size on a Sandy Tidal-Flat

G.C. Malvarez, J.A.G. Cooper, D.W.T Jackson

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... Vol. 71 (2001), No. 5. (September), Studies of sedimentation on sandy tidal-flats have long acknowledged that tidal flows and waves are the most...

2001

Tides and their seminal impact on the geology, geography, history, and socio-economics of the Bay of Fundy, eastern Canada

Con Desplanque, David J. Mossman

Atlantic Geology

... to processes of erosion and sedimentation. A case in point is the effect of waves along some sections of the Fundy shore. Consider for example the shape...

2004

Some Problems of the Geology and Oil-Gas Prospects of the Southwest Part of the Peri-Caspian Depression

V. I. Mal’tsev, L. V. Sharapova, B. I. Yurchenko

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

..., B. S., Vol’vovskiy, I. S., and Ryaboy, V. Z., 1961, Some data on seismic waves corresponding to the subcrustal layer: Prikladnaya Geofizika, no. 31...

1963

Sea-Floor Valleys of Gulf of California

Francis P. Shepard

AAPG Special Volumes

... the bay entrance from the full effect of all but easterly wave approaches although large refracted waves come around the point under some conditions. One...

1964

The Limitations of Seismic Modelling of Geological Structures

B. L. N. Kennett

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... a low level but significant spread of energy corresponding to the excitation of head waves on the interface. At the highest frequencies used...

1985

The Sedimentary Regime Beneath the Deep Western Boundary Current Inflow to the Southwest Pacific Ocean

Lionel Carter , I. N. McCave

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... 735-738. CARTER, L., CARTER, R.M., NELSON, C.S., FULTHORPE, C.S., AND NEIL, H.L., 1990, Evolution of Pliocene to Recent abyssal sediment waves on Bounty...

1997

Fluid and Sediment Dynamics on Continental Shelves

Donald J. P. Swift and Alan W. Niedoroda

Special Publications of SEPM

... stratified fluid beneath rose to replace it so abruptly that internal waves 68 MIXED LAYER B Ekman pumping" of shelf water column by Hurricane Diagram...

1986

Bimodal Composition and Cyclic Characteristics of Beach Sediment in Continuously Changing Profiles

Choule J. Sonu

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...., 1951, Depth of disturbance of sand on sea beaches by waves: Jour. Sed. Petrology, v. 21, p. 131-140. KING, C. A. M., 1961, Beaches and coasts; Edward...

1972

Viscoelastic anisotropic seismic wave modeling using recursive convolution method and curvilinear collocated finite difference method for different boundaries

Chao Jin, Bing Zhou

International Meeting for Applied Geoscience and Energy (IMAGE)

... fluid-solid interface. In the snapshots of Figure 3 (b)(d), one can see the different wave types including P, qP, qSV and head waves clearly. Third...

2023

Oceanography of Mississippi Delta Sedimentary Environments

P. C. Scruton

AAPG Bulletin

... miles. Hydraulic head and density differences produce the usual two-layer estuarine circulation found in other areas where fresh water flows...

1956

Flume Experiments on Lower-Flow-Regime Bed Forms in Coarse Sand

Warren R. Costello, John B. Southard

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., and migration rate. Dunes can be viewed as kinematic shock waves; differences between 2D dunes and 3D dunes lie in the differing importance of shock...

1981

Flume Experiments on the Transport of Heavy Minerals in Gravel-Bed Streams

Roger A. Kuhnle , John B. Southard

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... minerals became concentrated into a thin layer (the heavy infralayer) composed of nearly 100% heavy minerals lying beneath a thin surficial layer...

1990

Effect of Hydrodynamics and Fault Zone Heterogeneity on Membrane Seal Capacity; #40404 (2009)

Julian Strand, Jim Underschultz, Karsten Michael, Brett Freeman, and Graham Yielding

Search and Discovery.com

...Effect of Hydrodynamics and Fault Zone Heterogeneity on Membrane Seal Capacity; #40404 (2009) Julian Strand, Jim Underschultz, Karsten Michael...

2009

Experiments on Wedge-Shaped Deep Sea Sedimentary Deposits in Minibasins and/or on Channel Levees Emplaced by Turbidity Currents. Part I. Documentation of the Flow

Octavio E. Sequeiros, Benoit Spinewine, Marcelo H. Garcia, Rick T. Beaubouef, Tao Sun, Gary Parker

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... stripping: large-scale scour features along the Monterey East Channel and their relation to sediment waves: Sedimentology, v. 53, p. 1265–1287. Garcia, M.H....

2009

Abstract: Spherical-Wave AVO Modelling in VTI Media; #90211 (2015)

Arnim Haase and Charles Ursenbach

Search and Discovery.com

... increase across the interface, critical angles exist and head waves are generated for Class 1 AVO models. Increasing top layer VTI-type anisotropy...

2015

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