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Contributions to Modern and Ancient Tidal Sedimentology Proceedings of the Tidalites 2012 Conference

Proceedings
By: Bernadette Tessier(Editor), Jean-Yves Reynaud(Editor)
349 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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Tidal deposits have been a specific research topic for about 40 years, and whilst this has resulted in a proliferation of papers in scientific journals, there have only been a few book-length syntheses. Over the years, tidal sedimentology has been reinforced by fluid mechanics and numerical modelling but has remained rooted in facies and stratigraphic studies. Recent developments in tidal sedimentology lean toward a more quantitative assessment of the imprint of tides in the facies record of intertidal and shallow subtidal areas. They highlight the increasing relevance of tidal deposits studies, from high resolution subsurface reservoir geology to climate change and sea-level rise. Contributions to Modern and Ancient Tidal Sedimentology gathers 17 contributions to the Tidalites 2012 congress held in Caen, France. It reflects current advances in the sedimentology and stratigraphy of tidal deposits, in both ancient and modern environments. It shows the current diversity of this field of research, through a wide spectrum of methods including remote sensing, in-situ hydrodynamical measurements, and ichnology, in addition to classic field studies and petrography.

Contents

List of Contributors   vii

Contributions to Modern and Ancient Tidal Sedimentology: an introduction to the volume   1
      Bernadette Tessier and Jean-Yves Reynaud
Hydrodynamic modelling of salinity variations in a semi-engineered mangrove wetland: The microtidal Frog Creek System, Florida   5
      Jicai Zhang, Dongdong Chu, Ping Wang, Joseph Hughes and Jun Cheng
Temporal changes in river-mouth bars from L-band SAR images : A case study in the Mekong River delta, South Vietnam   21
      Akiko Tanaka, Katsuto Uehara, Toru Tamura, Yoshiki Saito, Van Lap Nguyen and Thi Kim Oanh Ta
Does the Ichnogis method work? A test of prediction performance in a microtidal environment: The Mula di Muggia (Northern Adriatic, Italy)   35
      Andrea Baucon and Fabrizio Felletti
Suspended sediment dynamics induced by the passage of a tidal bore in an upper estuary   61
      Lucille Furgerot, Pierre Weill, Dominique Mouazé and Bernadette Tessier
Morphodynamics and sedimentary facies in a tidal-fluvial transition with tidal bores (the middle Qiantang Estuary, China)   75
      Daidu Fan, Junbiao Tu, Shuai Shang, Lingling Chen and Yue Zhang
Tidal-bore deposits in incised valleys, Albian, SW Iberian Ranges, Spain   93
      Manuela Chamizo-Borreguero, Nieves Meléndez and Poppe L. de Boer
The Graafwater Formation, Lower Table Mountain Group, Ordovician, South Africa: Re-interpretation from a tide-dominated and wave-dominated depositional system to an alluvial fan/braidplain complex incorporating a number of tidal marine incursions   117
      Burghard W. Flemming
Tidal versus continental sandy-muddy flat deposits: Evidence from the Oncala Group (Early Cretaceous, N Spain)   133
      I. Emma Quijada, Pablo Suarez-Gonzalez, M. Isabel Benito and Ramón Mas
Do stromatolites need tides to trap ooids? Insights from a Cretaceous system of coastal-wetlands   161
      Pablo Suarez-Gonzalez, I. Emma Quijada, M. Isabel Benito and Ramón Mas
Angular and tangential toeset geometry in tidal cross-strata: An additional feature of current-modulated deposits   191
      Domenico Chiarella
Hierarchy of tidal rhythmites from semidiurnal to solstitial cycles: Origin of inclined heterolithic stratifications (IHS) in tidal channels from the Dur At Talah Formation (upper Eocene, Sirte Basin, Libya) and a facies comparison with modern Mont-Saint-Michel Bay deposits (France)   203
      Jonathan Pelletier, Ashour Abouessa, Mathieu Schuster, Philippe Duringer and Jean-Loup Rubino
Cataclysmic burial of Pennsylvanian Period coal swamps in the Illinois Basin: Hypertidal sedimentation during Gondwanan glacial melt-water pulses   217
      Allen W. Archer, Scott Elrick, W. John Nelson and William A. DiMichele
Tidal ravinement surfaces in the Pleistocene macrotidal tide-dominated Dong Nai estuary, southern Vietnam   233
      Toshiyuki Kitazawa and Naomi Murakoshi
Tidally-modulated infilling of a large coastal plain during the Holocene; the case of the French Flemish Coastal plain   243
      José Margotta, Alain Trentesaux and Nicolas Tribovillard
Sedimentology of a transgressive mixed-energy (wave/tide-dominated) estuary, Upper Devonian Geirud Formation (Alborz Basin, northern Iran)   261
      Mahmoud Sharafi, Sergio G. Longhitano, Asadollah Mahboubi, Reza Moussavi- Harami and Hosien Mosaddegh
Sedimentary facies and Late Pleistocene- Holocene evolution of the northern Jiangsucoast and radial tidal ridge field, South Yellow Sea, China   293
      Yong Yin, Peihong Jia and Qing Li
Facies, architecture and stratigraphic occurrence of headland-attached tidal sand ridges in the Roda Formation, Northern Spain   313
      Kain J. Michaud and Robert W. Dalrymple

Index   343

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Proceedings
By: Bernadette Tessier(Editor), Jean-Yves Reynaud(Editor)
349 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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