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Submarine Fans and Related Turbidite Systems

Author: Arnold H Bouma; William R Normark; Neal E Barnes
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1985.
Series: Frontiers in sedimentary geology.
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Exchange of information in the field of earth sciences is increasingly needed to stay informed about advances. However, the continuous increase in the number of journal articles and books is very noticeable, while the available time to keep up is decreasing. Such a large flow of information commonly necessitates professionals to search selec­ tively for material and special publications in one's sub-discipline that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Arnold H Bouma; William R Normark; Neal E Barnes
ISBN: 9781461251149 1461251141 9781461295709 146129570X
OCLC Number: 840279925
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Preface --
Contributors --
Section I Submarine Fans and Related Turbidite Sequences General Topics --
1 Introduction to Submarine Fans and Related Turbidite Systems --
2 COMFAN: Needs and Initial Results --
3 Diagnostic Parameters for Comparing Modern Submarine Fans and Ancient Turbidite Systems --
4 Sedimentary, Tectonic, and Sea-Level Controls --
5 Eustatic Control of Submarine Fan Development --
6 Submarine Fan Models: Problems and Solutions --
7 Potential Petroleum Reservoirs on Deep-Sea Fans off Central California --
Section II Modern Submarine Fans Active Margin Setting --
8 Astoria Fan, Pacific Ocean --
9 Crati Fan, Mediterranean --
10 Delgada Fan, Pacific Ocean --
11 La Jolla Fan, Pacific Ocean --
12 Magdalena Fan, Caribbean --
13 Monterey Fan, Pacific Ocean --
14 Navy Fan, Pacific Ocean --
Section III Modern Submarine Fans Passive Margin Setting --
15 Amazon Fan, Atlantic Ocean --
16 Bengal Fan, Indian Ocean --
17 Cap-Ferret Fan, Atlantic Ocean --
18 Ebro Fan, Mediterranean --
19 Indus Fan, Indian Ocean --
20 Laurentian Fan, Atlantic Ocean --
21 Mississippi Fan, Gulf of Mexico --
22 Rhone Fan, Mediterranean --
23 Wilmington Fan, Atlantic Ocean --
Section IV Ancient Turbidite Systems Active Margin Setting --
24 Blanca Turbidite System, California --
25 Butano Turbidite System, California --
26 Cengio Turbidite System, Italy --
27 Chugach Turbidite System, Alaska --
28 Ferrelo Turbidite System, California --
29 Gottero Turbidite System, Italy --
30 Hecho Turbidite System, Spain --
31 Marnoso-Arenacea Turbidite System, Italy --
32 Peira-Cava Turbidite System, France --
33 Torlesse Turbidite System, New Zealand --
Section V Ancient Turbidite Systems Passive Margin Setting --
34 Brae Oilfield Turbidite System, North Sea --
35 Kongsfjord Turbidite System, Norway --
Section VI Mississippi Fan, DSDP Leg 96 Seismic Surveys and Drilling Results --
36 Mississippi Fan: Leg 96 Program and Principal Results --
37 Depositional Units and Growth Pattern of the Mississippi Fan --
38 Mississippi Fan Sedimentary Facies, Composition, and Texture --
39 Biostratigraphy and Sedimentation Rates of the Mississippi Fan --
40 Drilling Results on the Middle Mississippi Fan --
41 Migratory Characteristics of Mid-Fan Meander Belt, Mississippi Fan --
42 Drilling Results on the Lower Mississippi Fan --
43 Consolidation Characteristics and Excess Pore Water Pressures of Mississippi Fan Sediments --
44 X-ray Radiography of Mississippi Fan Cores --
45 Thin-Section Studies, Mississippi Fan --
46 Geochemistry of Mississippi Fan Sediments --
47 Petrology of Mississippi Fan Depositional Environments --
Section VII Submarine Fans and Related Turbidite Systems Conclusions --
48 Comments and New Directions for Deep-Sea Fan Research.
Series Title: Frontiers in sedimentary geology.
Responsibility: edited by Arnold H. Bouma, William R. Normark, Neal E. Barnes.

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