4 edition of Palynological data from Pliocene sediments, DSDP Leg 5 Site 32, northeastern Pacific Ocean found in the catalog.
Palynological data from Pliocene sediments, DSDP Leg 5 Site 32, northeastern Pacific Ocean
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, [Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] in [Denver, Colo.]
Written in English
|Statement||by R. Farley Fleming|
|Series||Open-file report -- 92-712, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 92-712|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
During , ocean sediments off Point Loma were composed predominantly of very ﬁne sand and coarse silt with a mean particle size of mm or phi (Table ). Fine sediments (silt and clay fractions combined) averaged about 37% of the sediments overall, while sands accounted for 60%. Coarser materials such as shell hash and. We applied cosmogenic 26Al/10Be burial dating to sedimentary deposits of the ancestral Colorado River. We compared cosmogenic burial ages of sediments to the age of an independently well-dated overlying basalt flow at one site, and also applied cosmogenic burial dating to sediments with less precise independent age constraints. All dated gravels yielded old ages that suggest several episodes.
Palynology and the deep-sea record, particularly ODP Leg (Baffin Bay and the Labrador Sea) and ODP Leg (western Pacific) where he served as shipboard palynologist, and the North Atlantic DSDP Sites and Eemian (last interglacial) dinoflagellates of the Baltic Sea, as part of the EC-Funded BALTEEM project. Late Pleistocene equatorial Pacific sediments can be correlated by the ratios of certain solution-susceptible versus solution-resistant planktonic foraminifera. These ratios fluctuate in a cyclic manner whose timing is in phase with glacial-interglacial fluctuations established by Cited by:
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Get this from a library. Palynological Palynological data from Pliocene sediments from Pliocene sediments, DSDP Leg 5 S northeastern Pacific Ocean.
[R Farley Fleming; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Spores and Pollen from Cretaceous Deposits of the Eastern North Atlantic Ocean, Deep Sea Drilling Project, Sites and Ida Z. Kotova Microfacies and Microfabrics of Early Middle Cretaceous Sediments Selected from SiteDSDP Leg 41 (Deep Basin off Morocco) DSDP legacy data can be accessed through the Integrated Cited by: 7.
Materials and Methods The distribution of the sites (Tables 2 and 3) from which fossil data were analysed for PRISM2 are shown in terrestrial data locations have not changed from PRISM1.
The marine reconstruction benefits from the addition of sites in the Medditerranean, Indian Ocean, Southwest Pacific Ocean, and North Pacific Ocean (Figure 2A and Table 2). Palynology analyses of Eocene to Oligocene sediments of DSDP Holesupplement to: Eldrett, James S; Harding, Ian C (): Palynological analyses of Eocene to Oligocene sediments from DSDP.
Data: DSDP legacy data can be accessed through the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) data portal. Samples: DSDP cores are housed at the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) repositories and can be sampled by research scientists, educators, museums, and outreach by: Palynological data from Pliocene sediments, DSDP Leg 5 S northeastern Pacific Ocean [microform] / Stratigraphy, sedimentology, paleontology, and paleomagnetism of Pliocene-Early Pleistocene lacustrine d Stratigraphy and palynology of a Permian section, Tatonduk River, Yukon Territory / [by] E.
Bamber [a. This study presents palynological data from the upper Middle Miocene to lower Upper Pliocene sediments in Holes A, A and C that provide complementary information about the history of. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Sirkin, Leslie A.
Palynology and stratigraphy of Cretaceous and Pleistocene sediments on Long Island, New York-a basis for correlation with New Jersey coastal plain sediments.
(U.S. Geological Survey bulletiin; ) "Prepared in cooperation with the Nassau County Department of Public Works andCited by: 7. High-resolution quantitative diatom data are tabulated for the early part of the late Pliocene ( to Ma) at DSDP Site in the northwestern Pacific.
Sample spacing averages 11 k.y. between and Ma, but increases to 14 to 19 k.y. prior to Ma and after Ma. Q-mode factor analysis of the middle Pliocene assemblage reveals four factors which explain % of the total.
Marine Micropaleontology, 20 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Pliocene paleoclimatic interpretation of DSDP Site (NW Pacific) using diatoms John A. Barron U.S. Geological Survey, MSMenlo Park, CAUSA (Received ; revision accepted J ) ABSTRACT Barron, J.A., Cited by: CONSOLIDATION AND STRENGTH OF PLIOCENE-PLEISTOCENE SEDIMENTS FROM SITES ANDODP LEG Kathleen A.
Dadey2 and Armand J. Silva3 ABSTRACT Based on laboratory geotechnical tests, the stress history of sediment drift deposits at two Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) sites of Leg is analyzed. data to determine the provenance of sedi-mentary rocks in the Linxia basin, northeast-ern Tibet, whose Oligocene through Pliocene sedimentation history has been interpreted to reﬂ ect deposition in a ﬂ exural basin associ-ated with contractional deformation along the northeastern margin of.
Restudy of upper Pliocene (ca. Ma) and possible lower Pleistocene dinoflagellates from the Royal Society borehole at Ludham, eastern England has revealed the presence of more than 29 dinoflagellate species, substantially revising earlier records of this important locality.
An integrative study has been carried out on some Quaternary sediments of the Chad Formation in Tuma-1 and Sa-1 wells. They are located between 11° N and 13° 43′ 38″N; 8° 21′ 49″and 14° 40′ 22″E.
Sedimentological study entailed textural analysis and thin section preparation on the disaggregated samples, while the palynological study involves the recovering of the age diagnostic Cited by: 2.
Kudu 9A Using conventional palynological process-ing techniques, two organic concentrates were prepared Communs geol. Surv. Namibia, 6 (), Palynofacies characteristics and palynological source rock assessment of the Cretaceous sediments of the northern Orange Basin (Kudu 9A-2 and 9A-3 boreholes) J.M.
Benson. The data contained in this report represent our preliminary findings of the analyses of two cores of Pliocene and early Pleistocene sediments from the eastern Great Basin. This is a collaborative project involving specialists from the USGS, Kansas State University, and the University of California-Davis in paleontology (Thompson, Buchner, Forester, Bradbury), stratigraphy and sedimentology.
The full report on sediment resuspension in drinking water storage tanks and a link to an animation of results. This dataset is associated with the following publication: Ho, C., R.
Murray, J. Christian, E. Ching, J. Slavin, J. Ortega, and L. h Year: The surficial Pliocene and Quaternary sedimentary deposits of the Atlantic Coastal Plain of Delaware comprise several formal and informal stratigraphic units.
Their ages and the paleoenvironments they represent are interpreted on the basis of palynological and. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, Vol.
ANALYSIS OF WET-BULK DENSITY AND SEDIMENT COLOR CYCLES IN PLIOCENE-PLEISTOCENE SEDIMENTS OF THE OWEN RIDGE (SITE ) AND OMAN MARGIN (SITE )1 William H. Busch2 ABSTRACT. Deep Sea Drilling Program (DSDP) Site ( N, E, m water depth, DSDP Leg 24) is the closest Plio-Pleistocene marine sedimentary record to the East African Rift System.
The core site is located in the central Gulf of Aden, south of the central spreading rift axis ridge, at – km from East African volcanoes and within. Sediment is a naturally occurring material that is broken down by processes of weathering and erosion, and is subsequently transported by the action of wind, water, or ice or by the force of gravity acting on the particles.
For example, sand and silt can be carried in suspension in river water and on reaching the sea bed deposited by buried, they may eventually become.ments (Pleistocene and Holocene)，2一Sediments of upper Pleistocene marine terraces, 3一middle to upper Pliocene and lower Pleistocene sediments, 4一 Tortonian to lower Pliocene sediments, 5一Basement rocks, 6一Main faults (small triangles on downthrown sides), 7一Possible faults.
Episodes, Vol. 8, No. 2, JUDe File Size: KB.Pliocene epoch geology, of the Neogene Period in the Cenozoic Era. Subcategories. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
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