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Offshore tidal sands: process and deposits. Edited by A.H. Stride

Offshore tidal sands: process and deposits. Edited by A.H. Stride

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Published by Chapman and Hall in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine sediments

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStride, A.H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGC 380 O32 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination222 p. ill., maps
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21994256M
    ISBN 100412129701

    The morphology and sediments of the southern Irish Sea are products of historic glacigenic processes and subsequent exposure to waves, storms, and tidal flows,,.The Irish Sea Ice Stream poured into the Irish Sea several times during the Quaternary period,, and multiple generations of glacial incisions have been documented,.The last glaciation and postglacial thawing is represented by Cited by: 5.   He is a pragmatic and an iconoclastic deep-water process sedimentologist. His primary contributions are aimed at documenting the volumetric importance of sandy mass-transport deposits and bottom-current reworked sands in deep-water petroleum reservoirs worldwide and at dispelling the popular myth that most deep-water sands are turbidites.

      Sheet Sands (including amalgamated and layered sheet sands) The distal portions of deepwater turbidite fans are often the sites of the deposition of sheet sands. Posamentier and Kolla () explain how low-sinuosity distributary-channel complexes form lobate sheets up to 5–10 km wide and tens of kilometers long that extend to the distal edges of these systems. Buy E-book Checkout Abstract. Selected papers from sessions of Geo-Congress , held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, February 25–28, Consolidation Characteristics of the Tidal Marsh and the Varved Silt and Clay Deposits of the New Jersey Meadowlands. C. O’Sullivan and J. A. H. Carraro. pp. -

    'All went well till we were off Wangeroog, the last of the islands—here—and then it began to blow really hard.I had half a mind to chuck it and cut into the Jade River, down there,' but I hadn't the face to, so I hove to and took in my last reef.' (Simple words, simply uttered; but I had seen the operation in calm water and shuddered at the present picture.) 'We had been about level till. Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics III comprises the contributions presented at the Third International Symposium on Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics (ISFOG, Oslo, Norway, June ), organised by the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI). The.


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Offshore tidal sands: process and deposits. Edited by A.H. Stride Download PDF EPUB FB2

Offshore Tidal Sands: Processes and deposits A. Stride (auth.), A. Stride (eds.) In the early s a start was made on a broad review of what was known or could be surmised about sedimentation by strong tidal currents on modern continental shelves. Offshore Tidal Sands: Processes and deposits.

[A H Stride] -- In the early s a start was made on a broad review of what was known or could be surmised about sedimentation by strong tidal currents on modern continental shelves. edited by A.H.

Stride. Offshore tidal deposits: sand sheet and sand bank facies -- Introduction -- Background and outline / A.H. Stride --Tidal currents of the continental shelf / M.J. Howarth --Bedforms / R.H. Belderson, M.A. Johnson, and N.H. Kenyon --Sand transport / M.A.

Johnson [and others] --Offshore tidal deposits: sand sheet and sand bank facies / A.H. Stride [and others] --Shelly faunas associated with temperate offshore tidal. Book Review: Offshore tidal sands—Processes and deposits. Edited by A. Stride Chapman and Hall, London and New Yorkpp, £2500, $4500 Authors.

The associated muds are up to about 30 m thick and are potentially much more extensive than sands or gravels because of the large areas of continental shelf with relatively weak tidal currents. However, as shown below, mud deposits are much less of an indicator of tidal current sedimentation than the sands and gravels, and will not be treated Cited by: PDF | On Jan 1,A.H.

Stride and others published Offshore tidal deposits: sand sheet and sand bank facies | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is Stride A.H. () Ancient offshore tidal deposits.

In: Stride A.H. (eds) Offshore Tidal Sands. Springer, Dordrecht. DOI https: Cited by: Stride, A.H., Ed. () Offshore tidal sands: processes and Offshore Tidal Sands: Processes and deposits.

to a wider audience so it was amalgamated with the new results and shaped as a. Stride In the early s a start was made on a broad review of what was known or could be surmised about sedimentation by strong tidal currents on modern continental shelves.

Although they seem widely spaced (9 km), their height-to-spacing ratio is right at the median for open-ocean tidal sand ridge systems. Few to no rivers drain the upland areas surrounding The Wash, and it is believed that the sands in the offshore tidal ridges are reworked from previously deposited glacial sands.

Cite this chapter as: Stride A.H. () Shelly faunas associated with temperate offshore tidal deposits. In: Stride A.H. (eds) Offshore Tidal by: This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

() Ancient offshore tidal deposits. In Stride, A. (ed.), Offshore Tidal Sands: Processes and Deposits, Chapman and Hall, London, – Google Scholar () Tidal currents of the continental shelf. In Stride, A. (ed Cited by: Modern offshore tidal current deposits can cover larger areas of sea floor than the adjacent modern tidal flats and a similar ratio must be expected for ancient seas.

The deposits of some ancient seas may hold a record of periods of relatively higher tidal energy than at present, which could indicate such events as the possible capture of our Author: A. Stride. Sedimentology and stratigraphy of a tidal sand bank in the southern North Sea.

Stride, A.H., Offshore Tidal Sand, Processes and Deposits. Offshore tidal deposits: sand sheet and sand. Facies models of tide-influenced river deltas are less developed than models for river- and wave-dominated types because the interaction of river and tidal currents on deltas is complex, flow and sediment transport over bedforms on tide-influenced river deltas has not been extensively studied, and relatively few studies have recognized ancient deposits of tide-influenced deltas.

Reynolds () provides an overview and synthesis of paralic reservoirs, which explains their global significance and identifies their distinctive features across a range of scales. The impact of sedimentology on reservoir characterization and associated field-development strategy is emphasized throughout.

This paper explains the overall motivation for previous and current research on paralic. The fluid motion is forced by the propagation of a tidal wave of angular frequency ω* and by sea waves of height H* and angular frequency σ*.The sea bed is supposed to be sandy and ρ* s and d* denote the density and size of the bottom material, respectively.

Presently, we use the same notations as those employed by Blondeaux and Vittori: x* and y* are two horizontal axes lying on the still Cited by:   The tidal regime is semi-diurnal, with large tidal ranges that diminish from the Somme estuary to Belgium (Fig.

2A).Globally, the tidal regime in the English Channel is characterised by a decrease in current velocity towards the eastern corner of this sea and the southern North Sea (Fig.

2B).The coastal zone from the Somme to Belgium is associated with a flood-dominated residual flow Cited by: OFFSHORE TIDAL DEPOSITS R.H. Dott, Jr. /An episodic view of shallow marine clastic sedimentation. 3 A.H. Stride / Preservation of marine sand wave structures.

13 Yang Chang-shu & Sun Jia-song / Tidal sand ridges on the East China Sea shelf. 23 D.B. Smith / Bypassing of sand over sand waves and through a sand wave field 39File Size: KB. Oceanog. 19 A. Stride, and R. Belderson A re-assessment of sand transport paths in the Bristol Channel Marine Geology 92 Titan Environmental Surveys Scarweather Geophysical Survey Report No.

CS/D1/1 Report to United Utilities July United Utilities Scarweather Sands Ltd. Environmental Statement Submitted. Tidal signatures in a shelf-margin delta.

in Stride, A.H., ed., Offshore tidal. sands: Processes and deposits: London, Chap- particularly tidal deposits, which typically have fine-grained.In: Offshore Tidal Sands (Ed. A. H. Stride) Chapman & Hall, London, pp Bristow, C. R., Morter, A. A. and Wilkinson, I.

() The stratigraphy and palaeontology of the Lower Greensand of the Hoes Farm Borehole, near Petworth, Sussex Proc. GeoL Assoc. 98, Casey, R. () The stratigraphical palaeontology of the Lower Greensand Cited by: Tidal bars are typically developed within distributary channels, along delta fronts and in the outer parts of estuaries (Dalrymple and Choi, ), but do not occur on the shelf proper because, in the offshore, tidal currents are not constrained by geomorphological features.

As in the case of tidal sand ridges, the migration of tidal bars is Cited by: