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hydrodynamic and sedimentary consequences of sea-level change a contribution to the International Geological Correlation Programme Project 200, based on a conference held at the University College, Cork, Ireland, March 1986

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statementguest editors: R.W.G. Carter and R.J.N. Devoy.
SeriesProgress in oceanography -- vol. 18
ContributionsCarter, Bill., Devoy, R. J. N., International Geological Correlation Programme. Project 200.
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Open LibraryOL17534584M

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  To minimize the effects of hydrodynamic sorting and sedimentary recycling, we suggest that the fine sediments (e.g. SPMs and Cited by: The generation of accommodation space is determined by the combined effects of eustatic sea-level change and local tectonics (McCarthy et al., ;Miller et al., ), while sediment supply is.   1. Introduction. The most common model for atmospheric forcing of inner shelf sediment transport in the mid-latitudes is one in which fair weather wave asymmetry gradually moves sediment onshore, while during storms, fast wave orbital currents suspend sediment that is then transported offshore by downwelling flows Niedoroda et al., , Wright et al., , Nittrouer and Wright, Cited by: Sea-level rise (SLR) will affect the hydrodynamics and flooding characteristics of estuaries which are a function of the geomorphology of particular estuarine systems. This study presents a numerical modelling of coastal flooding due to drivers such as spring-tides, storm surges and river inflows and examines how these will change under sea-level increases of m and m for two estuaries.

  Free Online Library: Hydrodynamic controls of morpho-sedimentary evolution in a rock-bounded mesotidal estuary. Tina Menor (N Spain).(texto en ingles) by "Journal of Iberian Geology"; Earth sciences Bahias Aspectos ambientales Historia natural Estuarios Investigacion geologica Informes Sedimentos (Geologia) Observaciones. This study examines the evolution of the Skhira coast (Southeastern Tunisia) during Holocene times, by analyzing ostracodes, foraminifera and mollusk . Effects of hydrodynamic processes on OC% and carbon isotope composition are closely intertwined due to physical protection through OM association with mineral surfaces (positive Spearman correlation [] of Δ 14 C OC with SA, p hydrodynamic processes on 14 C OC ‐ 13 C. Coastal dynamics of sea level rise along sandy shorelines: (a) existing mean sea level, (b) a static rise on sea level simply elevates existing mean sea level by the amount of SLR, resulting in inundation of the coast, (c) a dynamic rise in sea level accounts for the nonlinear response of the tides, (d) higher water levels allow wave energy to act higher on the beach profile, resulting in.

Sedimentary structures produced by erosion, deposition and post-depositional change are all clearly explained and related to the processes that formed them. Hydrodynamic and aerodynamic controls on the development of subaqueous and aeolian bedforms are discussed, as are the styles of deformation to which sediments can be subjected after s: 5.   On the conditions of ideal geological models and isostatic equilibrium, the sedimentary surface of the exorheic basins with strong hydrodynamic condition is constrained by sea level through the river longitudinal profile, and crustal thinning processes of the non-flexural exorheic basins can be sculpted by sedimentary records when the source. The rate of sea-level change is also shown, most likely due to anthropogenic impacts on sedimentary processes 27 (e.g., particulate material transmission and deposition) our study provides support for significant hydrodynamic effects on organic carbon transport, degradation, and deposition on ocean margins, and interpretations of. To minimize the effects of hydrodynamic sorting and sedimentary recycling, we suggest that the fine sediments (e.g. SPMs and.