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    Keywords: Turbidites Congresses ; Turbidity currents Congresses ; Sediment transport Congresses ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Tiefseesediment ; Sedimenttransport ; Sedimentologie ; Fazies ; Kontinentalabhang ; Tiefsee ; Sedimentation ; Turbidit ; Mündungsgebiet ; Mündung ; Suspensionsströmung ; Schelf
    Type of Medium: Book
    Pages: VII, 214 S. , Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
    ISBN: 9780891810681
    Series Statement: AAPG Studies in Geology 61
    Language: English
    Note: "Outgrowth of the 2008 AAPG Hedberg Conference titled 'Sediment Transfer from Shelf to Deep Water: Revisiting the Delivery Mechanisms' ... held in Argentina"--Page v , "Organized ... in Ushuaia, Argentina"--Page iv , Flood deposits in continental and marine environments : character and significance , A genetic facies tract for the analysis of sustained hyperpycnal flow deposits , Genetic indices in hyperpycnal systems : a case study in the Late Oligocene-Early Miocene merecure formation, Maturin Subbasin, Venezuela , Miocene deep-marine hyperpycnal channel levee complexes, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina : facies associations and architectural elements , Fluvial-derived turbidites in the Los Molles Formation (Jurassic of the Neuquén Basin) : initiation, transport, and deposition , Gravelly and sandy facies of Rio Gauche Formation, Venezuelan Andes : evidence for transformation of gravity flows in deep-marine water , The importance of sediment supply and sequence-stacking pattern in creating hyperpycnal flows , Ichnologic signatures of hyperpycnal flow deposits in Cretaceous river-dominated deltas, Austral Basin, southern Argentina , Ichnology and sedimentology of Miocene hyperpycnites of the Austral Foreland Basin (Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina) : trace fossil distribution and paleoecological implications , Evidence of shelfal hyperpycnal deposition of Pliocene sandstones in the Oilbird Field, southeast coast, Trinidad : impact on reservoir distribution
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