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Microfacies of the late Cenozoic southern North Sea.

G. E. Hodgson

Microfacies of the late Cenozoic southern North Sea.

by G. E. Hodgson

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D), University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences, 1989.

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Open LibraryOL13925319M

This book is recommended for academic libraries. Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Mammals of North America is now the modern standard reference for mammalian biochronology.1/5(1). The history of the Arctic Ocean during the Cenozoic era (0–65 million years ago) is largely unknown from direct evidence. Here we present a Cenozoic palaeoceanographic record constructed from.

Triassic and Jurassic volcanic rifting and graben fault systems created highs and lows in the North Sea area. This was followed by late Mesozoic and Cenozoic subsidence creating the intracratonic sedimentary basin of the North Sea. This era experienced higher sea levels because of sea floor spreading, cooler lithosphere temperatures. Bridgland, D.R., Keen, D. & Westaway, R. Global correlation of Late Cenozoic fluvial deposits: a synthesis of data from IGCP Quaternary Science Reviews. ; Westaway, R. & Bridgland, D.R. Late Cenozoic uplift of southern Italy deduced from fluvial and marine sediments: Coupling between surface processes and lower-crustal flow.

The Late Cenozoic Eridanos delta system in the Southern North Sea Basin: a climate signal in sediment supply? I. Overeem; G. J. Weltje; C. Bishop‐Kay; S. B. Kroonenberg; Pages: ; First Published: 12 January Seven original case-studies are presented in this volume, each describing the application of micropaleontology and palynology in applied geology: (1) a study of the modern distribution of coccolith sedimentation in the North Sea and its potential for future application in basin analysis; (2) ostracods are shown to be good paleoenvironmental indicators in the early Cretaceous and .


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Microfacies of the late Cenozoic southern North Sea by G. E. Hodgson Download PDF EPUB FB2

New acritarchs from the late Cenozoic of the southern North Sea Basin and the North Atlantic realm Koen Verhoeven a, Stephen Louwye a, Manuel Paez-Reyes b. Microfacies of the late Cenozoic southern North Sea. Author: Hodgson, Gillian Elizabeth.

Three Late Cenozoic MTDs in the area of the southern North Sea are described. • The MTDs are caused by a combination of overpressure and salt tectonics. • They are the earliest in a series of slope failures affecting the prograding margin. • The prograding margin was more stable during Late Miocene and Pliocene times.

•Cited by: 5. The Late Cenozoic Eridanos delts system in the Southern North Sea Basin. They comprise over 62× km3 in the Southern North Sea Basin alone, and have an average delta surface area of 28× In the German part of the southern North Sea, three large mass transport deposits (MTDs) are observed within the Late Cenozoic sedimentary succession.

They are the earliest in a series of slope failures that have affected the Late Cenozoic shelf margin in the southern North Sea during Late Miocene to Pleistocene by: 5.

Although extensional tectonics in the North Sea and in adjacent regions of the North Sea. begun as early as the late Carboniferous, continental separation between Greenland and.

Norway was initiated first after the late Paleocene (Doré et al., ). The transgression appears to have arrived from the south and progressed to the north and northwest of central Iran (Emami, ).

After the early Miocene (after c. 16 Ma), orogenic movements and/or a sea-level lowstand again reset central Iran in a continental environment resulting Microfacies of the late Cenozoic southern North Sea. book the deposition of the Upper Red Formation (Aghanabati, ).Cited by: 3.

tation in the southern North Sea was dominated by major delta systems prograding from east (Cameron et al., ). Bijlsma () suggested that one river system, named the Baltic River System, was the trans­ port agent of the Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene sediments in the North Sea Basin.

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Dunng the Cenozoic time, the North Sea region con- stituted a large epicontinental basin, which was flanked by the positive areas of Scandinavia to the east and the British Isles to the west. The post-Danian Cenozoic deposits in the central part of the North Sea Basin reach thicknesses of more than m, reflecting an almost.

Skjerven, J., F. Rijs & J. Kalheim Late Palaeozoic to Early Cenozoic structural development of the south-southeastern Norwegian North Sea. In: J. Kaasschieter & T. Reijers (eds.): Petroleum geology of the southeastern North Sea and the adjacent onshore areas (The Hague, ) — Geol.

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Read more. Particularly of Cited by: Rift phases occurred in the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic which allowed the opening of the northeastern Atlantic. Differential uplift occurred in the late Paleogene and Neogene. The geology of the Southern North Sea basin has a complex history of basinal subsidence that had occurred in the Paleozoic, Mesozoic.

ConchBooks is a publishing house, book trader and antiquarian selling more than books, journals and reprints on mollusks. More than titles on snails, mussels, cephalopods, scaphopods and chitons have been published by our publishing house. Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic cephalopods from the southern North Sea Basin: stocktaking and.

() propose a new model for the late Cenozoic evolution of the northern North Sea. They propose that during the early Pleistocene (sensu ICS ), large volumes of sand were ejected from the Paleocene through the Eocene–Oligocene Hordaland Group, and deposited both as extrusive sand on the Pleistocene seafloor and as intrusive sand within the Oligocene section, c.

Cited by: 1. similarity of the Late Cenozoic diatom floras of the eastern Arctic and the North Pacific existed since the Middle Miocene. The end of the Middle Miocene as well as the Late Miocene were the epochs of transgressions on the eastern Eurasian Arctic shelf.

Sea basins occupied coastal lowlands of north­. Geological Setting: Late Cenozoic and Recent tectonic and sedimentary features in the Zagros basin have been resulted by the final collision between of the African/Arabian and central Iran plates, which was started during the Mesozoic [2].

The giant westward‐prograding Eridanos muddy shelf‐edge clinothem originated from the Baltic hinterland in the Oligocene and achieved maximum regression in the Early Pleistocene, on the UK Central Graben (CG) and Mid North Sea High (MNSH), after crossing the whole North Sea mesopelagic depocentre and causing near complete basin infill.

Overeem, I, G. Weltje, C. Bishop-Kay, and S. Kroonenberg, The Late Cenozoic Eridanos delta system in the Southern North Sea Basin: a climate signal in sediment supply. Basin Research, 13. The book presents an up-to-date, detailed overview of the Quaternary glaciations all over the world, not only with regard to stratigraphy but also with regard to major glacial landforms and the extent of the respective ice sheets.

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