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  • A north-east trending structural deformation belt, with major diapiric features near North Hinder in International Colloquy on the Quaternary and Tertiary geology of the Southern Bight, North Sea. Collected abstracts. Oral presentations.
  • Atlantique ; Diapirisme ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphologie structurale ; Mer du Nord ; North Hinder ; Tectonique
  • Sediment parameters in the Southern North Sea
  • Subsurface environmental analysis of North Sea Sediments
  • The residual circulation in the North Sea in Ecohydrodynamics.
  • Stratigraphy and transgressive-regressive cycles of the Belgian Paleocene Early Eocene, compared to the Central and Northern North Sea in International Colloquy on the Quaternary and Tertiary geology of the Southern Bight, North Sea. Collected
  • Cenozoic trans-and regressions at the Belgian end of the North Sea in International Colloquy on the Quaternary and Tertiary geology of the Southern Bight, North Sea. Collected abstracts. Oral presentations.
  • Subtidal meiofauna of the North Sea: a review
  • The present state of knowledge on North Sea subtidal meiofauna is discussed. From an ecological point of view, mainly the hardbodied meiofauna taxa Nematoda and Copepoda have been studied to any extent. A short review of relevant taxonomic studies
  • of these groups is also presented, together with a list of the known North Sea nematode and harpacticoid species. (Les AA.).
  • An extensional origin for the Buchan and Witchground Graben in the North Sea
  • Seismic refraction and subsidence observations are used to explain the heatflow and subsidence properties of the North Sea.
  • Morainic deposits in the German Bight area of the North Sea in Glacial deposits in north-west Europe.
  • The North Sea: co-ordinated sea use management
  • The North Sea and the Northern Atlantic: natural resources and the influence of Man
  • Europe ; Fishing ; Hydrocarbon ; International agreement ; Management ; Maritime law ; North Sea ; Resource management ; Sea ; Sea transport ; Storage site ; Waste ; Western Europe
  • This paper considers the sea use management in the North Sea with reference to the re-structuring of the global and European economies; the sectoral activities including maritime transport and strategic issues, fisheries and hydrocarbons
  • Modern deposits, quasi-deposits and some Holocene sequences in the Southern Bight, North Sea in The Quaternary and Tertiary geology of the Southern Bight, North Sea.
  • The varied types of modern deposit of the present-day Southern Bight are used as a partial guide for a review of the diachronous deposits of the Holocene marine transgression. The flooding of the barrier separating the Southern Bight from the North
  • Sea seems to be associated with a period of erosion that is recognisable at least in the vicinity of the Zeeland Ridges.
  • The morphology of the top-Tertiary erosion surface in the Belgian sector of the North Sea
  • Atlantic Ocean ; Chronostratigraphy ; North Sea ; Palaeogeomorphology ; Sea floor;Ocean floor ; Sea level ; Seismic reflection
  • of the North Sea. This morphology seems to be slightly controlled by the lithology and structure of the Tertiary substratum. Some remarkable planation surfaces, paleovalleys and other morphological features have been identified.
  • The North Sea and northeastern Bering Sea: a comparative study of the occurrence and geometry of sand bodies of two shallow epicontinental shelves
  • The occurrence, geometry and formation of large sand bodies in the southern bight of the North Sea and the Chirikov Basin in the northeastern Bering Sea are discussed. The large sand bodies consist of a lower sequence of sand banks and an upper
  • sequence of stacked sand waves. The geometry and arrangement of the different lithotypes are not only controlled by the latest sea level rise, but also by the basin geometry.
  • Last interglacial-glacial north-south geosoil traverse (from stratotypes in the North Sea Basin and in the eastern Mediterranean)
  • On the basis of a number of lithostratotype sections in the southern North Sea Belt, Sardinia and southern Greece the Last Interglacial/Glacial geosoil (fossil soils, paleosols) cycles have been comparatively studied and correlated along a north
  • Pb 210 based deposition rates in the North Sea - Baltic Sea transition. A summary
  • Atlantic Ocean ; Baltic Sea ; Geochemistry ; Isotope analysis ; North Sea ; Oceanology ; Sedimentation rate ; Sedimentology
  • A compilation of 93 sedimentation rate determinations based on Pb 210 dating has been carried out for the North Sea - Baltic Sea transition area from a database containing 165 determinations carried out by Danish institutions. Sedimentationrates
  • significantly increase with depth indicating that the Skagerrak and northern part of the Kattegat as well as the deep basins in the Baltic Sea act as depocenters for fine-grained sediments. Apparently, sedimentation rates have increased in recent years.
  • Middle and Upper pleistocene and Holocene stratigraphy in the southern North Sea between 52o and 54o N, 2o to 4o E in The Quaternary and Tertiary geology of the Southern Bight, North Sea.
  • There was no connection across the southern North Sea between the Saalian and Weichselian ice sheets of northern Europe and eastern England. Periglacial conditions prevailed offshore during both of these glacial periods, except in the northwest
  • , where up to 15 m of till was deposited during late Weichselian times. Marine sands and clays were deposited in the southern North Sea during the Holsteinian and Eemian interglacial periods. The sediments of the Holocene transgression have been subdivided
  • The Quaternary and Tertiary geology of the Southern Bight, North Sea.
  • A Monography initiated by the International Colloquy on the Quaternary and Tertiary Geology of the Southern Bight, North Sea, Ghent, Belgium, May 28-30 1984.
  • Pebbles and cobbles on the Belgian North Sea beach
  • Quantitative and qualitative data are given for 276 pebble (4-64 mm) and cobble (64-256 mm) specimens from eight localities of the Belgian North Sea beach. The change in concentration of Paniselian sandstone since 1954 suggests a change
  • Salt-marsh foraminifera in Ho Bugt, western Denmark, and their use as sea-level indicators
  • Denmark ; Estuary ; Foraminifera ; Holocene ; Hydrobiology ; Index ; Jylland ; North Sea ; Salinity ; Salt marsh ; Sea level
  • confirm the usefulness of salt-marsh foraminifera as sea-level indicators in North Sea salt marshes.
  • This paper presents the data of 27 surface samples, collected from the Kjelst Enge salt marsh in Ho Bugt, Jutland, to investigate the potential use of salt-marsh foraminifera as sea-level indicators in Holocene intertidal deposits. The results
  • Suspended particulate matter (SPM) in the North Sea-Baltic Sea transition : distributions, inventories, and the autumn 2002 inflows
  • Atlantic Ocean ; Baltic Sea ; Inventory ; Marine hydrology ; North Sea ; Organic materials ; Salinity ; Spatial distribution ; Suspended load
  • This study describes the spatial distribution of suspended particulate matter (SPM) in the North Sea-Baltic Sea transition in autumn 2002 based on cruises in August, September, and October. The cruises comprised CTD and optical backscatter