2 edition of Geology and biology of North Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland. found in the catalog.
Geology and biology of North Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland.
K. E. Lohman
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by K. E. Lohman.|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper -- 196-B|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 55-93 p.,  leaves of plates (1 fold.) :|
|Number of Pages||93|
‘North Atlantic and Labrador Sea Margin Architecture and Sedimentary Processes’ was the title of an international conference and Post-cruise meeting of the Training-through-Research (TTR) programme of the IOC. It was organized and hosted by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) in. vegetable life of the Atlantic Ocean is very diverse. Bottom vegetation (phytobenthos), which occupies the coastal zone down to depths of m (about 2 percent of the total area of the ocean bottom), includes brown, green, and red algae; flowering vegetation (phyllospadix, Zostera, poseidonia) also inhabits the salt water. There are similarities between the bottom vegetation .
Cambridge Core - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy - Seabed Fluid Flow - by Alan JuddAuthor: Alan Judd, Martin Hovland. In this paper we summarize available information on the Cretaceous lithostratigraphy and paleoceanography of the western North Atlantic. The data and some of our interpretations draw in large part on papers published in the Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) volumes. We have attempted to cite relevant references when possible, but space limitations make it difficult to Cited by:
North Atlantic surface sediments were found to rangefromto8U10 36 m3 kg 1 (Fig.2).The susceptibility data identify a major contrast in present-day North Atlantic sediments and sour-ces. The low-latitude zone, extending in a trans-Atlantic belt west and northwest from Africa Fig. 2. Geographic distribution of susceptibility (M lf, U Declining salinities signify that large amounts of fresh water have been added to the northern North Atlantic Ocean since the mids. We estimate that the Nordic Seas and Subpolar Basins were diluted by an ex ± cubic kilometers of freshwater input between and Fully half of that additional fresh water—ab cubic Cited by:
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Summary: In May and June Dr. Piggot of the Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Washington, took a series of 11 deep-sea cores in the North Atlantic Ocean between the Newfoundland banks and the banks off the Irish by: Get this from a library.
Geology and biology of north Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland. [Wilmot H Bradley] -- Of the report--Foreword /C.S. Piggot--General introduction /W.H. Bradley--Part 1.
Lithology and geologic interpretations /M.N. Bramlette and W.H. Bradley--Part 2. Foraminifera /J.A. Cushman and L.G.
geology and biology of north atlantic deep-sea cores between newfoundland and ireland part 5. mollusca by harald a. rehder part 6. echinodermata by austin h.
clark part 7. miscellaneous fossils and significance of faunal distribution by lloyd g. henbest united states government printing office washington: Author: H.A. Rehder, A.H. Clark, L.G. Henbest. geology and biology of north atlantic deep-sea cores between newfoundland and ireland summary of the report foreword, by c.
piggot general introduction, by w. bradley part 1. lithology and geologic interpretations by m. bramlette and w. bradley part 2. foraminifera by joseph a. cushman and lloyd g. henbestAuthor: C.S. Piggot, W.H. Bradley, M.N. Bramlette, J.A. Cushman, L.G. Henbest. Get this from a library.
Geology and biology of north Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland. Part 8, Organic matter content. [Parker D.
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Meere, I. McCarthy, J. Reavy, A. Allen, K. Higgs The Author: Alastair Ruffell. The geology of the North Sea describes the geological features such as channels, trenches, and ridges today and the geological history, plate tectonics, and geological events that created them.
The basement of the North Sea was formed in an intraplate setting during the blocks were overlaid with various depositions, sands and salts. These rigid blocks were. Geology and biology of north Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland, (Washington, U.
Govt. print. off., ), by Wilmot Hyde Bradley (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Forward to U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper A. Geology and biology of North Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland.
With W. Urry. Radioactivity of ocean sediments. III. Radioactive relations in ocean water. Cushman, Joseph A. (Joseph Augustine), Fossil Foraminifera from the West Indies ([Washington, D.C., Carnegie Institution of Washington], ) (page images at HathiTrust) Cushman, Joseph A.
(Joseph Augustine), Geology and biology of North Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland. Abstract. In a volume on the geology of continental margins, a section on deep-sea sediments would seem in need of explanation.
First, deep-sea sedimentation includes both the eupelagic and the hemipelagic facies domain, the latter being Cited by: Geology and biology of North Atlantic deep- sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap.
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Tressler, W. Geology and biology of North Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland. Part 4. Ostracoda. United States Geological Survey,Geological Survey Professional Paper, PP C: pages with 4 plates and 1 figure.
Bramlette MN, Bradley WH () Geology and biology of North Atlantic deep-sea cores between Newfoundland and Ireland. Part 1. Lithology and geologic interpretations.
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