The geology of the Atlantic Ocean, Volume 1
This book is a unique account of the geologic development of a young oceanicbasin and its adjacent marginal seas. Combining widely dispersed data and concepts with new investigations made especially for this book, it presents the reader with a detailed, thoroughly integrated study of the topography, igneous composition, structure, and sediments of the Atlantic. Effects of plate movements and changing climates upon water movements and contents of organisms and sediments are included. In addition, the potential economic value of ocean resources is carefully evaluated. A detailed bibliography complements the text.
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Abyssal Plain Africa Albian anomalies Aptian Atlantic Ocean Bank basalt basement basin beneath boundary calcareous canyons carbonate cene Cenomanian Cenozoic channel Chart clay coast coastal consists continental crust continental slope continents Cretaceous crustal deep-ocean deposition depth diapirs DSDP early east eastern emplaced Eocene erosion Escarpment evaporites Ewing facies fault flank fracture zones glacial graben Gulf Heezen hiatus Holocene indicate Island Jurassic landward late Layer limestone lower m.y. ago Maestrichtian magnetic mantle margin ment Mid-Atlantic Ridge middle Eocene Miocene mudstone North America North Atlantic northern ocean floor oceanic crust Oligocene Paleocene pelagic plate Plateau platform Pleistocene Pliocene profiles reefs reflectors region rift rocks sand sandstones Scotia sea level sea-floor spreading seamounts seaward sedi sediments seismic sequence shales shallow siliciclastics South southern spreading belt strata structures subduction surface syn-rift tectonic thick tion topography trough turbidites Uchupi unconformity uplift upper velocity volcanic Walvis Ridge western
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