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Fluvial sedimentology VII, edited by Michael D. Blum, Susan B. Marriott, and Suzanne F. Leclair

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Fluvial sedimentology VII
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Fluvial sedimentology VII
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edited by Michael D. Blum, Susan B. Marriott, and Suzanne F. Leclair
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eng
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"The 29 papers in this volume reflect the topical and geographical diversity of research conducted by fluvial sedimentologists at the beginning of the twenty-first century."--BOOK JACKET
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illustrations
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  • Blum, Michael D
  • Marriott, Susan B
  • Leclair, Suzanne F
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Special publication number 35 of the International Association of Sedimentologists
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  • Sedimentology
  • River sediments
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Fluvial sedimentology VII, edited by Michael D. Blum, Susan B. Marriott, and Suzanne F. Leclair
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
  • Origin of anastomosis in the Upper Columbia River, British Columbia, Canada/
  • D. Abbado
  • R. Slingerland
  • N. D. Smith
  • p. 3
  • Review of Amazonian depositional systems/
  • A. W. Archer
  • p. 17
  • Kinematics, topology and significance of dune-related macroturbulence : some observations from the laboratory and field/
  • J. Best
  • p. 41
  • M. E. Charlton
  • p. 61
  • Derivation of annual reach-scale sediment transfers in the River Coquet, Northumberland, UK/
  • I. C. Fuller
  • A. R. G. Large
  • G. L. Heritage
  • D. J. Milan
  • Dune-phase fluvial transport and deposition model of gravelly sand/
  • M. G. Kleinhans
  • p. 75
  • Morphology and fluvio-aeolian interaction of the tropical latitude, ephemeral braided-river dominated Koigab Fan, north-west Namibia/
  • C. B. E. Krapf
  • I. G. Stanistreet
  • H. Stollhofen
  • p. 99
  • qualitative analysis of the distribution of bed-surface elevation and the characteristics of associated deposits for subaqueous dunes/
  • S. F. Leclair
  • A. Blom
  • p. 121
  • Braided gravel-bed rivers with a limited width : preliminary results of a hydraulic model study/
  • C. Marti
  • G. R. Bezzola
  • p. 135
  • C. J. Simpson
  • p. 145
  • morphology and facies of sandy braided rivers : some considerations of scale invariance/
  • G. H. Sambrook Smith
  • P. J. Ashworth
  • J. L. Best
  • J. Woodward
  • G. Irion
  • S. G. Pemberton
  • A. Ranzi
  • p. 159
  • Application of laser diffraction grain-size analysis to reveal depositional processes in tidally influenced systems/
  • P. Siiro
  • M. E. Rasanen
  • M. K. Gingras
  • C. R. Harris
  • p. 181
  • Sedimentology and avulsion patterns of the anabranching Baghmati River in the Himalayan foreland basin, India/
  • R. Sinha
  • M. R. Gibling
  • V. Jain
  • S. K. Tandon
  • Estimating bedload in sand-bed channels using bottom tracking from an acoustic Doppler profiler/
  • P. Villard
  • M. Church
  • R. Kostaschuk
  • p. 197
  • p. 213
  • morphological and stratigraphical effects of base-level change : a review of experimental studies/
  • F. G. Ethridge
  • D. Germanoski
  • S. A. Schumm
  • L. J. Wood
  • p. 243
  • mass-balance framework for quantifying downstream changes in fluvial architecture/
  • N. Strong
  • B. Sheets
  • T. Hickson
  • C. Paola
  • linkage between alluvial and coeval nearshore marine successions : evidence from the Late Quaternary record of the Po River Plain, Italy/
  • A. Amorosi
  • M. L. Colalongo
  • p. 257
  • p. 277
  • Depositional processes in latest Pleistocene and Holocene ephemeral streams of the main Ethiopian Rift (Ethiopia)/
  • M. Benvenuti
  • S. Carnicelli
  • G. Ferrari
  • M. Sagri
  • Fluvio-deltaic floodbasin deposits recording differential subsidence within a coastal prism (central Rhine-Meuse delta, The Netherlands)/
  • K. M. Cohen
  • M. J. P. Gouw
  • J. P. Holten
  • p. 295
  • p. 321
  • Geomorphology and internal architecture of the ancestral Burdekin River across the Great Barrier Reef shelf, north-east Australia/
  • C. R. Fielding
  • J. D. Trueman
  • G. R. Dickens
  • M. Page
  • S. C. Bhatt
  • p. 349
  • Quaternary alluvial stratigraphical development in a desert setting : a case study from the Luni River basin, Thar Desert of western India/
  • M. Jain
  • S. K. Tandon
  • A. K. Singhvi
  • S. Mishra
  • Middle Valley of the Tiber River, central Italy : Plio-Pleistocene fluvial and coastal sedimentation, extensional tectonics and volcanism/
  • M. Mancini
  • G. P. Cavinato
  • p. 373
  • Transport modes and grain-size patterns in fluvial basins/
  • P. F. Friend
  • W. B. Dade
  • p. 399
  • Gulf of Mexico basin depositional record of Cenozoic North American drainage basin evolution/
  • W. E. Galloway
  • p. 409
  • Fluvial-estuarine transitions in fluvial-dominated successions : examples from the Lower Pennsylvanian of the Central Appalachian Basin/
  • Stephen F. Greb
  • R. L. Martino
  • p. 425
  • P. L. Phillips
  • R. L. Brenner
  • S. G. Thomas
  • L. M. Howard
  • p. 453
  • Palaeogeography and fluvial to estuarine architecture of the Dakota Formation (Cretaceous, Albian), eastern Nebraska, USA/
  • R. M. Joeckel
  • G. A. Ludvigson
  • B. J. Witzke
  • E. P. Kvale
  • S. S. Flint
  • p. 481
  • Improved understanding of fluvial architecture using three-dimensional geological models : a case study of the Westphalian A Silkstone Rock, Pennine Basin, UK/
  • K. J. Keogh
  • J. H. Rippon
  • D. Hodgetts
  • J. A. Howell
  • Changing alluvial style in response to changing accommodation rate in a proximal foreland basin setting : Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation, north-east British Columbia, Canada/
  • M. P. Lumsdon-West
  • A. G. Plint
  • p. 493
  • new evaluation of fining-upward sequences in a mud-rock dominated succession of the Lower Old Red Sandstone of South Wales, UK/
  • S. B. Marriott
  • V. P. Wright
  • B. P. J. Williams
  • p. 517
  • Reservoir scale sequence stratigraphy for hydrocarbon production and development : Tarbat-Ipundu field, south-west Queensland, Australia/
  • R. S. Root
  • S. C. Lang
  • D. Harrison
  • p. 531
  • Recognition of a floodplain within braid delta deposits of the Oligocene Minato Formation, north-east Japan : fine deposits correlated with transgression/
  • K. Yagishita
  • O. Takano
  • p. 557
Control code
ocm54407427
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
ix, 589 p.
Isbn
9781405126519
Lccn
2004003106
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Fluvial sedimentology VII, edited by Michael D. Blum, Susan B. Marriott, and Suzanne F. Leclair
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Origin of anastomosis in the Upper Columbia River, British Columbia, Canada/
  • D. Abbado
  • R. Slingerland
  • N. D. Smith
  • p. 3
  • Review of Amazonian depositional systems/
  • A. W. Archer
  • p. 17
  • Kinematics, topology and significance of dune-related macroturbulence : some observations from the laboratory and field/
  • J. Best
  • p. 41
  • M. E. Charlton
  • p. 61
  • Derivation of annual reach-scale sediment transfers in the River Coquet, Northumberland, UK/
  • I. C. Fuller
  • A. R. G. Large
  • G. L. Heritage
  • D. J. Milan
  • Dune-phase fluvial transport and deposition model of gravelly sand/
  • M. G. Kleinhans
  • p. 75
  • Morphology and fluvio-aeolian interaction of the tropical latitude, ephemeral braided-river dominated Koigab Fan, north-west Namibia/
  • C. B. E. Krapf
  • I. G. Stanistreet
  • H. Stollhofen
  • p. 99
  • qualitative analysis of the distribution of bed-surface elevation and the characteristics of associated deposits for subaqueous dunes/
  • S. F. Leclair
  • A. Blom
  • p. 121
  • Braided gravel-bed rivers with a limited width : preliminary results of a hydraulic model study/
  • C. Marti
  • G. R. Bezzola
  • p. 135
  • C. J. Simpson
  • p. 145
  • morphology and facies of sandy braided rivers : some considerations of scale invariance/
  • G. H. Sambrook Smith
  • P. J. Ashworth
  • J. L. Best
  • J. Woodward
  • G. Irion
  • S. G. Pemberton
  • A. Ranzi
  • p. 159
  • Application of laser diffraction grain-size analysis to reveal depositional processes in tidally influenced systems/
  • P. Siiro
  • M. E. Rasanen
  • M. K. Gingras
  • C. R. Harris
  • p. 181
  • Sedimentology and avulsion patterns of the anabranching Baghmati River in the Himalayan foreland basin, India/
  • R. Sinha
  • M. R. Gibling
  • V. Jain
  • S. K. Tandon
  • Estimating bedload in sand-bed channels using bottom tracking from an acoustic Doppler profiler/
  • P. Villard
  • M. Church
  • R. Kostaschuk
  • p. 197
  • p. 213
  • morphological and stratigraphical effects of base-level change : a review of experimental studies/
  • F. G. Ethridge
  • D. Germanoski
  • S. A. Schumm
  • L. J. Wood
  • p. 243
  • mass-balance framework for quantifying downstream changes in fluvial architecture/
  • N. Strong
  • B. Sheets
  • T. Hickson
  • C. Paola
  • linkage between alluvial and coeval nearshore marine successions : evidence from the Late Quaternary record of the Po River Plain, Italy/
  • A. Amorosi
  • M. L. Colalongo
  • p. 257
  • p. 277
  • Depositional processes in latest Pleistocene and Holocene ephemeral streams of the main Ethiopian Rift (Ethiopia)/
  • M. Benvenuti
  • S. Carnicelli
  • G. Ferrari
  • M. Sagri
  • Fluvio-deltaic floodbasin deposits recording differential subsidence within a coastal prism (central Rhine-Meuse delta, The Netherlands)/
  • K. M. Cohen
  • M. J. P. Gouw
  • J. P. Holten
  • p. 295
  • p. 321
  • Geomorphology and internal architecture of the ancestral Burdekin River across the Great Barrier Reef shelf, north-east Australia/
  • C. R. Fielding
  • J. D. Trueman
  • G. R. Dickens
  • M. Page
  • S. C. Bhatt
  • p. 349
  • Quaternary alluvial stratigraphical development in a desert setting : a case study from the Luni River basin, Thar Desert of western India/
  • M. Jain
  • S. K. Tandon
  • A. K. Singhvi
  • S. Mishra
  • Middle Valley of the Tiber River, central Italy : Plio-Pleistocene fluvial and coastal sedimentation, extensional tectonics and volcanism/
  • M. Mancini
  • G. P. Cavinato
  • p. 373
  • Transport modes and grain-size patterns in fluvial basins/
  • P. F. Friend
  • W. B. Dade
  • p. 399
  • Gulf of Mexico basin depositional record of Cenozoic North American drainage basin evolution/
  • W. E. Galloway
  • p. 409
  • Fluvial-estuarine transitions in fluvial-dominated successions : examples from the Lower Pennsylvanian of the Central Appalachian Basin/
  • Stephen F. Greb
  • R. L. Martino
  • p. 425
  • P. L. Phillips
  • R. L. Brenner
  • S. G. Thomas
  • L. M. Howard
  • p. 453
  • Palaeogeography and fluvial to estuarine architecture of the Dakota Formation (Cretaceous, Albian), eastern Nebraska, USA/
  • R. M. Joeckel
  • G. A. Ludvigson
  • B. J. Witzke
  • E. P. Kvale
  • S. S. Flint
  • p. 481
  • Improved understanding of fluvial architecture using three-dimensional geological models : a case study of the Westphalian A Silkstone Rock, Pennine Basin, UK/
  • K. J. Keogh
  • J. H. Rippon
  • D. Hodgetts
  • J. A. Howell
  • Changing alluvial style in response to changing accommodation rate in a proximal foreland basin setting : Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation, north-east British Columbia, Canada/
  • M. P. Lumsdon-West
  • A. G. Plint
  • p. 493
  • new evaluation of fining-upward sequences in a mud-rock dominated succession of the Lower Old Red Sandstone of South Wales, UK/
  • S. B. Marriott
  • V. P. Wright
  • B. P. J. Williams
  • p. 517
  • Reservoir scale sequence stratigraphy for hydrocarbon production and development : Tarbat-Ipundu field, south-west Queensland, Australia/
  • R. S. Root
  • S. C. Lang
  • D. Harrison
  • p. 531
  • Recognition of a floodplain within braid delta deposits of the Oligocene Minato Formation, north-east Japan : fine deposits correlated with transgression/
  • K. Yagishita
  • O. Takano
  • p. 557
Control code
ocm54407427
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
ix, 589 p.
Isbn
9781405126519
Lccn
2004003106
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.

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