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Input, accumulation and cycling of materials on the continental slope off Cape Hatteras

Input, accumulation and cycling of materials on the continental slope off Cape Hatteras

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Published by Pergamon in Oxford, U.K .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine sediments -- North Carolina -- Hatteras, Cape, Region.,
  • Continental slopes -- North Carolina -- Hatteras, Cape, Region.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementguest editors, Robert J. Diaz, James A. Blake, G. Randall Cutter, Jr.
    SeriesDeep-sea research. Part II, Topical studies in oceanography -- v. 41, no. 4-6, 1994., Deep-sea research -- v. 41, no. 4-6., Contribution of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science -- no. 1909.
    ContributionsDiaz, R. J., Blake, James A., Cutter, G. Randall.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, p. 705-982 :
    Number of Pages982
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15447401M

    Holocene sedimentation of a wave-dominated barrier-island shoreline: Cape Lookout, North Carolina. Marine Geology abstract; Hesp, Patrick A., and Kathleen Hastings. Width, height and slope relationships and aerodynamic maintenance of barchans. in their DOC budget for the MAB, estimated that the total nearshore DOC input (i.e., riverine plus estuarine) ranged from Ggyr − 1 to Ggyr − 1 of C, with a mean input of Ggyr − 1 of C. Assuming a 40% to 60% fluvial contribution to total nearshore input [Raymond and Hopkinson, ], the total nearshore DOC input to the Cited by:


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OCLC Number: Notes: "This is contribution no. of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science"--CD-ROM label. CD-ROM contains appendices: 50 bottom photographs, 50 sediment profile images, 10 X-ray images, 3-D sea-beam bathymetric profiles and various tabulations of benthic faunal data from the Cape Hatteras Region.

RJ, Blake JA, Cutter Jr GR (eds) () Input, accumulation and cycling of materials on the continental slope off Cape Hatteras. Deep-Sea Res II Community Structure in the Deep-Sea Benthos. Studies in the slope region off Cape Hatteras show this environment to have significantly higher rates of sedimentation (Blair et al., ;DeMaster et al., ;Walsh, ;Alperin et al., In shelf seas, tides cannot propagate indefinitely as progressive waves, due to reflection at coastal boundaries and at sudden changes in water nt and reflected waves combine together to give the observed total tidal wave.

In the case of a wave propagating along a channel that is relatively long in comparison to the tidal wavelength (Fig. ), at a distance of 1/4 of a wavelength. However, only in June was this feature observed as far south as the Cape Hatteras slope.

(b) The estimates of the shelf/slope exchange were extended to a full year, under the assumption that the salt and heat budgets balance annually. The specific assumptions for the analysis are found in Section 4. Significantly, we assumed for this analysis a Cited by: References Abelson, A., Miloh, T., and Loya, Y.

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Atlantic Continental Slope and Rise and One Transect off the Farallon Islands Number of Benthic Megafaunal Species by General Taxonomic Group Collected During Trawl Surveys by SAIC (b) at Each Transect; Transects Sorted in Order of Increasing Depth Sum of Densities.

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