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Evolution of the Nile deep‐sea turbidite system during the Late Quaternary: influence of climate change on fan sedimentation
This paper presents an overview of the evolution of the Nile deep-sea turbidite system during the last 200 kyr, over a series of glacial to interglacial cycles. Six individual deep-sea fans were
PLIOCENE – PLEISTOCENE OCCURRENCE OF SAPROPELS IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA AND THEIR RELATION TO EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SAPROPELS
Sedimentological and organic geochemical analyses of sediments along five Leg 161 drill sites document the occurrence of sapropels throughout the Western Mediterranean Sea. Two hundred and seventeen
13. PLEISTOCENE CALCAREOUS NANNOFOSSIL BIOSTRATIGRAPHY AND THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SAPROPELS, SITES 974 TO 977 AND 979 1
During Ocean Drilling Program Leg 161, six sites were drilled in the western Mediterranean. Pleistocene sediments were cored at Sites 974, 975, 976, 977, and 979. Occurrences of generally very
37. PLANKTONIC δ18O RECORDS AT SITES 976 AND 977, ALBORAN SEA: STRATIGRAPHY, FORCING, AND PALEOCEANOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS 1
Planktonic (Globigerina bulloides) isotope profiles were measured for the Pleistocene sections at Sites 976 and 977. Both sites are in the Alboran Sea at key positions for monitoring the
41. PLIOCENE-PLEISTOCENE OCCURRENCE OF SAPROPELS IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA AND THEIR RELATION TO EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SAPROPELS 1
Sedimentological and organic geochemical analyses of sediments along five Leg 161 drill sites document the occurrence of sapropels throughout the Western Mediterranean Sea. Two hundred and seventeen
Adriatic deep water formation during the Holocene: Implication for the reoxygenation of the deep eastern Mediterranean Sea
Under modern conditions, the reoxygenation of eastern Mediterranean deep water is the result of the formation of dense bottom water in the southern Adriatic Sea. Oxygen isotopic records of planktonic
Middle and Late Quaternary Depositional Sequences and Cycles in the Eastern Mediterranean
Although most of the Quaternary sediments of the eastern Mediterranean appear reworked, extensive areas of hemipelagic sediments occur, mainly in the central part of the basin (Mediterranean Ridge).
Nile floods recorded in deep Mediterranean sediments
Abstract Clastic mud beds rich in continental organic matter are observed recurrently in the Nile deep-sea turbidite system. They formed during flooding periods of the river similar to those that
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