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Coastal plain and fluvial deposits in the Tertiary of central and northern Spain =

Herman Moechtar

Coastal plain and fluvial deposits in the Tertiary of central and northern Spain =

Kustnabije en fluviatiele afzettingen in het Tertiair van centraal en noord Spanje

by Herman Moechtar

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Published by Faculteit Aardwetenschappen, Universiteit Utrecht] in [Utrecht .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Spain.
    • Subjects:
    • Alluvium -- Spain.,
    • Sedimentation and deposition -- Spain.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Tertiary.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesKustnabije en fluviatiele afzettingen in het Tertiair van centraal en noord Spanje
      StatementHerman Moechtar.
      SeriesGeologica Ultraiectina,, no. 123
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE1 .G1342 no. 123
      The Physical Object
      Pagination135 p. :
      Number of Pages135
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL464187M
      ISBN 109071577775
      LC Control Number98183888
      OCLC/WorldCa32065562

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Coastal plain and fluvial deposits in the Tertiary of central and northern Spain = by Herman Moechtar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Interpretation The stratigraphical position of the Toe Head Formation, sandwiched between alluvial plain red beds and heterolithic tidal flat facies within a transgressive sequence, clearly indicates, in a gen- eral sense, a near-coastal fluvial plain environ- by: Stratigraphy of a Cretaceous Coastal-Plain Fluvial Succession: The Campanian Masuk Formation, Henry Mountains Syncline, Utah, U.S.A Article in Journal of Sedimentary Research 81() January.

Modern Anastomosing‐Fluvial Deposits in Arid Central Australia, and a Carboniferous Analogue in New Brunswick, Canada (Pages: ) Brian R.

Rust Andrew S. Legun. Quantified Fluvial Architecture in Ephemeral Stream Deposits of the Esplugafreda Formation (Palaeocene), Tremp‐Graus Basin, Northern Spain Chapter. @article{osti_, title = {Age and correlation of tertiary sediments in the western South Carolina Coastal Plain}, author = {Laws, R A and Harris, W B and Zullo, V A and Fallaw, W C and Price, V}, abstractNote = {Integration of coastal onlap stratigraphy, calcareous nannofossil, dinoflagellate, and megafossil biostratigraphy provide new data for interpretation of age and interregional.

Upstream Control in a Coastal-Plain Fluvial Setting: An Architectural and Stratigraphic Analysis of the Campanian Masuk Formation A. Hess, C. Fielding Sea Level Fluctuations as the Primary Control on the Emplacement of a Deltaic Clinoform Package in an Active Rift Setting.

The Geology of Spain. Wes Catalonian Coastal Ranges Central Iberian Zone complex comprises conglomerates conodonts continental Cretaceous crustal deformation deposits developed Devonian dolomites dolostones domain early eastern Ebro el al etal evaporites extensional facies faults faunas fluvial flysch folds formations fossils granite Reviews: 1.

The Geology of Fluvial Deposits represents the first published synthesis of research on the sedimentary geology of fluvial deposits. It sets out in detail the methods for the field and subsurface study of these sediments, and provides geologists with detailed descriptions of the building blocks of fluvial stratigraphic units, from lithofacies through architectural elements and depositional Cited by: Cambridge Core - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy - Earth Surface Processes, Landforms and Sediment Deposits - by John BridgeCited by:   The Ogwashi Formation is re-interpreted as tidally influenced coastal plain deposit based on the detailed outcrop description of exposures and facies analysis.

Facies associations comprise strata interpreted to be the deposits of the following environments: fluvio-estuarine channels, tidal channels, tidal flats, coastal plain channels and coastal floodplain/ by: 3. Deposits of a near-coastal fluvial plain - the Toe Head Formation (Upper Devonian) of southwest Cork, Eire.

Sediment Geol., 1~: ~, The Toe Head Formation of southwest Cork occurs in a thick, conformable sequence of Upper Devonian and Lower Carboniferous sedimentary by: Sand petrography of late Quaternary deposits from the subsurface of Ravenna has shown that significant changes in sediment provenance took place at the onset of the Holocene transgression in response to the abrupt change from alluvial to shallow-marine conditions (Marchesini et al., ).A similar conclusion has been reported from the same area by Amorosi et al.

(, ), based on. The geology of the Iberian Peninsula consists of the study of the rock formations on the Iberian Peninsula, which includes Spain, Portugal, Andorra, and peninsula contains rocks from every geological period from the Ediacaran to the Quaternary, and many types of rock are -class mineral deposits are also found there.

The core of the Iberian Peninsula. The Geology of Fluvial Deposits: Sedimentary Facies, Basin Analysis, and Petroleum Geology by A. Miall, published by Springer-Verlag, ISBNpages,$ Review by Christopher G.

Kendall Andrew Miall is a productive writer and this book is. Las Tablas de Daimiel, Spain, is one of the scarce, freshwater wetlands areas still preserved in southern Europe.

The wetland is fed by surface and groundwater. We studied the Quaternary sedimentary record of Las Tablas in a drill hole that penetrated m of shallow-lake and fluvial deposits. YEPES, V. and MEDINA, J. R., Land Use Tourism Models in Spanish Coastal Areas. A Case Study of the Valencia Region.

Journal of Coastal Research, SI 49 (Proceed ings of the 2 nd Meeting in Marine Sciences), 83 – 88 Valencia -– Spain, ISSN File Size: 72KB. Oil and gas resources of the Tertiary basins of Spain F.

MELENDEZ-HEvIAand E. ALVAREZ DE BUERGO G6. Mineral resources of the Tertiary deposits Spain M.A. GARciA DEL CURA, C.l. DABRlO and S. ORD6NEZ PART E EAST El. Geological setting of the Tertiary basins of Northeast Spain P.

ANA DON and E. ROCA E2. This book provides the first comprehensive account in English of the geology of mainland Spain and the Balearic and Canary Islands.

It has been written by research-active, mostly Spanish authors working together in teams from over 20 universities and other centres of research excellence/5(4).

derived from northern New Mexico (Lam-bert ). Pebbles within the gravels are commonly imbricated and dip to the north-west and northeast, indicating a south-erly paleoflow direction (Lambert ; Brandes ). Although the composition of gravel is similar among terrace depos-its (and axial-fluvial deposits of the Sierra.

Froede, C. R., Jr.,Defining the nearshore marine to fluvial transition in the updip clastic lithofacies of the Clayton Formation (lower Paleocene) across the west-central Georgia Coastal Plain (USA): Southeastern Geology, v.

46, no. 1, p. During periods of relative sea-level rise, progradation of the Pictured Cliffs shoreline was temporarily arrested, which stabilized the Fruitland coastal plain and allowed thick peats to accumulate.

The thickest and most extensive Fruitland coal deposits occur in three northwest-trending belts that formed landward of Pictured Cliffs tongues. The Messinian salinity crisis is recorded on the northern margin of the Bajo Segura Basin by lacustrine and fluvial deposits coeval to the evaporites that precipitated in the basin's central areas.

These syn-evaporitic Messinian deposits are bounded at the top by an erosional surface caused by a fall in base level (end-Messinian unconformity) on which an early Pliocene sequence is located. The. channel deposits (FA-3) (Table 1) grading into high-sinuous channel deposits (Ss) (Figure 4).

The remaining part of sequence 2 is dominated by FA-6 and FA-7 (Table 1) interbedded with overbank deposits. The system was situated close to the shoreline, and this sequence represents a transition between coastal plain and alluvial plain setting. This is a repository copy of Recognition Criteria, Characteristics and Implications of the and Dashtgard, ).

In the study of ancient deposits, the fluvial to marine transition zone or Important controls on the extent and character of the FMTZ are the coastal┽plain gradient, the tidal range at the coast, and the fluvial discharge File Size: 2MB.

Depositional architecture of Cenozoic Gulf Coastal Plain fluvial systems. In: Recent and Ancient PUIGDEFABREGAS, C. Miocene point bar deposits in the Ebro Basin, Northern Spain. Sedimentology, 20, – Google Scholar. PUIGDEFABREGAS, C.

and VLIET, A. VAN. Meandering stream deposits from the Tertiary of the Southern Cited by: 2. Paleozoic stratigraphy of the Central and Northern part of the Catalonian Coastal Ranges (NE Spain) M.

JULIVERT and H. DURAN Univ. Autónoma de Barcelona, Dpt. de Geologia, Bellaterra (Barcelona, Spain) ABSTRACT The Paleozoic stratigraphic succession in the Catalonian Coastal Ranges spans the interval from Cambrian(?) to Carboniferous, with.

Tectonic control of the Tejo river fluvial incision during the late Cenozoic, in Ro´da˜o—central Portugal (Atlantic Iberian border) P. Proenc¸a Cunhaa,*, A. Antunes Martinsb, S. Daveauc, P.F. Friendd aDepartamento de Cieˆncias da Terra, Universidade de Coimbra, Largo Marqueˆs de Pombal, Coimbra, Portugal bDepartamento de Geocieˆncias da Universidade de E ´vora, Rua Roma˜o Cited by: This book is intended to complement the author's book "The geology of fluvial deposits", not to replace it.

The book summarizes methods of mapping and interpretation of fluvial depositional systems, with a detailed treatment of the tectonic, climatic and eustatic controls on fluvial depositional processes. @article{osti_, title = {Regional depositional systems tracts, paleogeography, and sequence stratigraphy, upper Pennsylvanian and lower Permian strata, North-and-West-Central Texas}, author = {Brown, L.F.

and Solis-Iriarte, R.F. and Johns, D.A.}, abstractNote = {This book provides a regional stratigraphic and depositional framework of the Virgilian and Wolfcampian Series of North. ATTRACTIONS: (a few major)Spain's current tourism promotion, "I need Spain," is the reason travelers from all over the world visit and enjoy its attractions, flavors, natural wonders and sights.

Whether a tour of the incredible Prado Museum in Madrid; flamenco dancing in Seville; the stunningly beautiful city of Grenada; classic Roman ruins in Cordoba; or the dynamic cultural attractions of Author: John Moen. El 5. Long-lived fluvial palaeovalleys sited on structural lineament s in the Tertiary of Spanish Pyrenee S.J.

VINCENT and T. ELLIOTT El6. Evolution of the central part of the northern Ebro basin margin, as indicated by its Tertiary fluvial sedimentary infill P.F. FRIEND, M.J.

LLOYD, R. MCELROY, J. TURNER, A. VAN GELDER and S.J. VINCENT File Size: KB. This is the first book to deal comprehensively with Spain's tectonic and sedimentary history over the past sixty or so million years. During Tertiary times, Spain had suffered compressional collision between France and Africa, and its Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts.

Fluvial sandstone beds are known to contain petroleum reservoirs (Nanz, ; Harms, ; Berg, ; MacKenzie, ) and also form host rocks for the well-known sandstone-type uranium deposits found in the Rocky Mountains and the Gulf Coastal Plain (Fischer,; Galloway, ).Author: George deVries Klein.

This subgroup comprises upper coastal plain fluvial sediments of the Barracouta Formation and lower coastal plain, coal-rich sediments of the Volador and Kingfish formations. The marine Kate Shale separates the Cretaceous Volador Formation from the Paleocene Kingfish Formation, and has the potential to be a significant intra-Latrobe Group seal.

the Tertiary detrital deposits favours the wandering course of the Tajo River, with a wide alluvial plain with meander bars and a well-developed system of Quaternary terraces.

Estuarine deposits are also present near the river mouth. Head streams of tributaries at the north and south also drain Jurassic. Atlantic Coastal Plain that had up to that time appeared was made by Prof.

John Finch, in a "Geological essay on the Tertiary formations in America," in the American Journal of Science and Arts for This was the first attempt at a division of the deposits of the Coastal PlainCited by: 8. The Comanchean formations are found (I) on the inland border of the coastal plain of the Atlantic (Potomac series) and Gulf coasts (Tuscaloosa series at the east and Comanchean at the west); (2) along the western margin of the Great Plains and in the adjacent mountains; and (3) along the Pacific coast west of the Sierras.

The Buenos Aires coastal plain is composed of sandy silts, with caliche levels that fortunately resist the per-sistent erosion induced by waves. Waves dominate from SE and NE in Mar del Plata, and from the S in Figure 1 - Location of studied cliffs and the watersheds analysed. Bar “a” comprises the cliffs reported from Buenos AiresCited by: 6.

a deep, high-walled coastal valley created by glacier movement and filled by the waters of melting glaciers polder land below sea level from which water has. The Geology of Fluvial Deposits represents the first published synthesis of research on the sedimentary geology of fluvial deposits.

It sets out in detail the methods for the field and subsurface study of these sediments, and provides geologists with detailed descriptions of the building blocks of fluvial stratigraphic units, from lithofacies through architectural elements and depositional.

This unit includes Supai Group and Hermit Shale in northern Arizona and Naco Group in southern Arizona. It was deposited in coastal-plain to shallow-marine settings during time of variable and changing sea level. Rocks of this map unit in southern Arizona may be in part equivalent to Permian rocks of map unit P in central and northern Arizona.Hasiotis, S.

T., Miller, W.L., and Wilding, Larry P. A new behavior of crayfish burrowing from the coastal plain soils of Harris County, Texas: Implications to modern and ancient interpretations of crayfish behavior preserved in the burrow morphology.

International Association of .New England Table: Relatively rugged upland, situation between Eastern Highlands, south of NSW northern border. Formed when a broad granite intrusion thrust up layers of sedimentary rock.