Studies in Paleo-Oceanography.

Hay, William W., ed. (1974) Studies in Paleo-Oceanography. . SEPM Special Puclication, 20 . SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology, Tulsa, 218 pp. ISBN 978-1-56576-150-6 DOI 10.2110/pec.74.20.

[img] Text (Introduction by W. W. Hay)
FrontandIntroduction.pdf - Reprinted Version
Restricted to Registered users only

Download (878Kb)

Supplementary data:


This volume represents some of the papers presented at the SEPM Research Symposium GeologicHistory of the Oceans at the Annual Meeting, March 1971, in Houston, Texas. Knowledge of oceanic sediments has been acquired in two ways: 1) directly by sampling and observation, and 2) indirectly through seismic investigations. Until the past decade, direct sampling and observation techniques could only provide information on the surficial materials of the ocean floor. The development of the piston corer has permitted oceanographic vessels to sample the upper 20 meters, and more recently the upper 30 meters, of the ocean floor, but such cores rarely penetrate the Pleistocene and enter older sediments. Until recently, most knowledge of the deeper sedimentary materials in the ocean basins was obtained through seismic reflection studies. The purpose of this volume is to present a number of observations, ideas, interpretations, and speculations which will be of value in considering the meaning of the increasing volume of data from older deep sea deposits.

Document Type: Book
Keywords: Paleoceanography, oceanic sediments
DOI etc.: 10.2110/pec.74.20
Projects: Enrichment
Date Deposited: 14 Feb 2017 11:23
Last Modified: 07 Feb 2018 08:25

Actions (login required)

View Item View Item

Document Downloads

More statistics for this item...