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Tidal Signatures in Modern and Ancient Sediments

Proceedings Out of Print
Edited By: BW Flemming and A Bartholona
384 pages, 164 illus
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Tidal Signatures in Modern and Ancient Sediments
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  • Tidal Signatures in Modern and Ancient Sediments ISBN: 9780865429789 Paperback Dec 1995 Out of Print #45610
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Collection of 23 papers from the 3rd International Research Symposium on Modern and Ancient Classic Tidal Deposits.


Preface Modern Tidal Processes And Sediment Dynamics What Is A Bedload Parting? Hydraulic Roughness Of Tidal Channel Bedforms, Westerschelde Estuary, The Netherlands Bedforms On The Middelkerke Bank, Southern North Sea Storm Enhanced Sand Transport In A Macrotidal Setting, Queen Charlotte Islands Modern Tide-Dominated Environments And Facies Occupation Of A Relict Distributary System By A New Tidal Inlet, Quatre Bayou Pass, Louisiana Morphological Response Characteristics Of The Zoutkamperlaag, Frisian Inlet (The Netherlands) Sedimentological Implications Of Morphodynamic Changes In The Ebb-Tidal Delta, The Inlet And The Backbarrier Environment Of The Zoutkamperlaag Tidal Inlet (Dutch Wadden Sea), Induced By A Sudden Decrease In The Tidal Prism Stratigraphy Of A Combined Wave- And Tide-Dominated Intertidal Sand Body: Martens Plate, East Frisian Wadden Sea, Germany Sedimentation In The Mesotidal Rias Bajas Of Galicia (NW Spain): Ensenada De San Simon, Inner Ria De Vigo Holocene Estuarine Facies Along The Mesotidal Coast Of Huelva, Southwestern Spain The Tidal Character Of Fluvial Sediments Of The Modern Mahakam River Delta, Kalimantan, Indonesia Tidal Lamination And Facies Development In The Macrotidal Flats Of Namyang Bay, West Coast Of Korea Patterns Of Sedimentation In The Macrotidal Fly River Delta, Papua New Guinea Foraminifers As Facies Indicators In A Tropical Macrotidal Environment: Torres Strait - Fly River Delta, Papua New Guinea Submarine Sedimentation In Tide-Generated Bioclastid Sand Dunes: Epicontinental Seaway, Torres Strait, Northeast Australia Ancient Tidal Processes And Sediment Dynamics Reconstruction Of Tidal Inlet And Channel Dimensions In The Frisian Middelzee, A Former Tidal Basin In The Wadden Sea Comparison Of Ancient Tidal Rhythmites (Carboniferous Of Kansas And Indiana, USA) With Modern Analogues (The Bay Of Mont-Saint-Michel, France) Ancient Tide-Dominated Environments And Facies Sequence Stratigraphy Of The Late Pleistocene Palaeo-Tokyo Bay: Barrier Islands And Associated Tidal Delta And Inlet Diurnal Inequality Pattern Of The Tide In The Upper Pleistocene Palaeo-Tokyo Bay: Reconstruction From Tidal Deposits And Growth Lines Of Fossil Bivalves Climbing Ripples Recording The Change Of Tidal Current Conditions In The Middle Pleistocene Shimosa Group, Japan Internal Geometry Of Ancient Tidal Bedforms Revealed Using Ground Penetrating Radar Tide-Dominated Sedimentation In The Upper Tertiary Succession Of The Sitapahar Anticline, Bangladesh Evidence Of Tidal Influence In The Murree Group Of Rocks Of The Jammu Himalaya, India

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Proceedings Out of Print
Edited By: BW Flemming and A Bartholona
384 pages, 164 illus
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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