Evolution of late Quaternary mud deposits and recent sediment budget in the southeastern Yellow Sea

@inproceedings{Park2000EvolutionOL,
  title={Evolution of late Quaternary mud deposits and recent sediment budget in the southeastern Yellow Sea},
  author={Soo-chul Park and Hyun-hee Lee and Hyuk-Soo Han and Gwang-Hoon Lee and Dae-Chol Kim and Dong-Geun Yoo},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract Analysis of high-resolution seismic reflection profiles and sediment samples has revealed the evolution and sediment budget of the southeastern Yellow Sea mud belt (SEYSM) along the southwestern Korean Peninsula. The SEYSM, up to 50 m thick, over 250 km long and 20–55 km wide, can be divided into three stratigraphic units (A1, A2, and B, from oldest to youngest). Unit A1, overlying the acoustic basement, comprises the northern part of the SEYSM. Unit A2 comprises the southern part of… CONTINUE READING

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