Sedimentation of Organic Particles

Sedimentation of Organic Particles

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521384360
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Table of Contents

Part I. Introduction: 1. Sedimentation of
palynomorphs and palynodebris: an introduction
Part II. Studies of Palynosedimentation in
Modern Environments: A. Palynomorph
sedimentation
2. The sorting of spores and pollen by water:
experimental and field evidence
3. Transport and deposition of pollen in an
estuary: signature of the landscape
4. Pollen preservation in alkaline soils of the
American Southwest
5. Wind and water transport and sedimentation
of miospores along two rivers subject to major
floods and entering the Mediterranean Sea at
Calvi (Corsica, France)
6. Sedimentation of land-derived palynomorphs
in the Trinity-Galveston Bay area, Texas
B. Palynofacies and palynodebris sedimentation
7. The genesis and sedimentation of phytoclasts
with examples from coastal environments
8. Palynofacies of some recent marine
sediments: the role of transportation
9. Maceral palynofacies of the Louisiana
deltaic plain in terms of organic constituents
and hydrocarbon potential
10. Organic sedimentation in a carbonate region
11. An approach to a standard terminology for
palynodebris
12. Relationships of palynofacies to
coal-depositional environments of the upper
Paleocene of the Gulf Coast basin, Texas, and
the Powder River basin, Montana and Wyoming
Part III. Reconstruction of Late Cenozoic
Vegetation and Sedimentary Environments from
Palynological Data: 13. Quaternary terrestrial
sediments and spatial scale: the limits to
interpretation
14. Pollen and spores in Quaternary lake
sediments as sensors of vegetation composition:
theoretical models and empirical evidence
15. Paleoecological interpretation of the Trail
Ridge sequence, and related deposits in Georgia
and Florida, based on pollen sedimentation and
clastic sedimentology
Part IV. Application of Data on
Palynosedimentation to Solution of Geological
Problems: A. Sedimentary cycles: 16. Polynology
of sedimentary cycles
B. Sequence stratigraphy and sedimentation of
organic particles
17. Particulate organic matter, maceral facies
models, and applications to sequence
stratigraphy
C. Quantitative methods and applications thereof
18. Association of palynomorphs and
palynodebris with depositional environments:
quantitative approaches
19. A quantitative approach to Triassic
palynology: the Lettenkeuper of the Germanic
Basin as an example
20. Palynomorph concentration in studies of
Paleogene nonmarine depositional environments
of Wyoming
D. Specific examples of applications
21. Multivariate analyses of palynomorph data
22. Relationships between depositional
environments and changes in palynofloras across
the K-T boundary interval
23. Sedimentation of palynomorphs in rocks of
pre-Devonian age
Part V. Appendix: modern pollen transport and
sedimentation: an annotated bibliography.