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Sedimentary responses to forced regressions, edited by D. Hunt and R. L. Gawthorpe

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Sedimentary responses to forced regressions
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Sedimentary responses to forced regressions
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edited by D. Hunt and R. L. Gawthorpe
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non fiction
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Geological Society special publication
Series volume
no. 172
Sedimentary responses to forced regressions, edited by D. Hunt and R. L. Gawthorpe
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Sedimentary responses to forced regressions, edited by D. Hunt and R. L. Gawthorpe
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Contents
  • The falling stage systems tract: recognition and importance in sequence stratigraphic analysis / A.G. Plint, D. Nummedal -- Aspects of the stratal architecture of forced regressive deposits / H.W. Posamentier, W. R. Morris -- Carbonate megabreccias in a sequence stratigraphic context: evidence from the Cambrian of North Greenland / J.R. Ineson, F. Surlyk -- Shingled, sharp-based sandstones: depositional response to stepwise forced regression in a shallow basin, upper Triassic gassum formation, Denmark / L. Hamberg, L.H. Nielsen -- The significance of the Etive Formation in the development of the Brent system: a review of the likelihood of forced regression during progradation / T.R. Olsen, R. Steel -- Forced regressions: recognition, architecture and genesis in the Campanian of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming / R. Fitzsimmons, S. Johnson -- Style contrast between forced regressive and lowstand/transgressive wedges in the Campanian of south-central Wyoming (Hatfield member of the Haystack Mountains Formation) -- Forward stratigraphic modelling of forced regressions: evidence for the genesis of attached and detached lowstand systems / R.B. Ainsworth, H. Bosscher, M.J. Newall -- Tectonically enhanced forced regressions: examples from growth folds in extensional and compressional settings, the Miocene of the Suez Rift and the Eocene of the Pyrenees / R.L. Gawthorpe, M. Hall, I. Sharp, T. Dreyer -- Recognition and distinction of normal and forced regressions in cyclothemic strata: a Plio-Pleistocene case study from eastern North Island, New Zealand -- Response of Plio-Pleistocene mixed bioclastic-lithoclastic temperate-water carbonate systems to forced regressions: the Calcarenite di Gravina Formation, Puglia, SE Italy --
  • Quaternary forced regression deposits in the Adriatic Basin and the record of composite sea-level cycles / F. Trincardi, A. Correggiari -- Depositional response to quaternary fourth-order sea-level falls on the Latium margin (Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy) / F.L. Chiocci -- Sequence stratigraphy and architecture of the late Pleistocene Lagniappe delta complex, northeast Gulf of Mexico / V. Kolla, P. Biondi, B. Long, R. Fillon -- Seismic stratigraphy of the Gulf of Cdìz Continental Shelf: a model for Late Quaternary very high-resolution sequence stratigraphy and response to sea-level fall / F.J. Hernández-Molina, I. Somoza, F. Lobo -- Along-strike variability of forced regressive deposits: Late Quaternary, northern Peloponnesos, Greece / L.S. McMurray, R.L. Gawthorpe
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vii, 383 p.
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9781862390638
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ill., maps

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