2 edition of Ancient seaways, sediments, and their recorded history in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Ancient seaways, sediments, and their recorded history in Nigeria
Oluwafeyisola S. Adegoke
Bibliography: p. 37-39.
|Statement||by O.S. Adegoke.|
|Series||Inaugural lecture series / University of Ife, Nigeria ;, 31, Inaugural lecture series (University of Ife) ;, 31.|
|LC Classifications||AS633.I43 A32 no. 31, QE471 A32 no. 31|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||82126328|
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Biostratigraphic dating of the early history of the South Atlantic Ocean // Phil. Trans. Soc. Adegoke, O. Ancient seaways, sediments and their recorded history in Nigeria. – Inaugural lectures ser Nigeria, University of Ife Press, 43 pp. The Southern part of Benue Trough, Nigeria Cretaceous strati ?c_tpl= Book.
Full-text available. Ancient Seaways, sediments and their recorded history in Nigeria. Technical Report. Jan ; (middle Eocene) of Nigeria contains a diverse, primarily molluscan Upwelling intensity is generally high during most of the Ancient seaways with a maximum during austral winter (Gunther, ;Strub et al., ), which results in year-round high nutrient concentrations in A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the :// Book reviews Book reviews The theme of nearshore and inshore modern tidal sedimentation embraces a wide range of topics.
Vilas discusses a Spanish inlet, Kohsiek a sandy shoal in the Oosterschelde, Flemming a South African coastal lagoon, Wang the huge mudflats of the east China Sea, and Dionne the character and process of coldregion tidal flats where frost and ice are ancient seaways.
In the North-Betic feature in the sediments of these ancient straits. This giant. cross-bedding, bidirectional or u nidirectional, The book includes the activities Fowler et al. () recorded peaks of the Ce and Ce radionuclides signature from Chernobyl in zooplankton faecal pellets in time-series sediment traps at m water depth in the Mediterranean off Corsica from 8 to 15 May, within a few days after delivery of these radionuclides to the ocean surface by a period of rainfall on 4–5 :// The northwest southeastern trending Bida Basin forms one of the major inland sedimentary basins in Nigeria ().It is a shallow, linear depression with sedimentary fill of about 3, m thick (Udensi and Osazuwa, ).Geological developments in the basin in terms of basin evolution and structural features have been discussed by many :// Chapter 11 SEDIMENTARY BASINS 1.
INTRODUCTION The official definition of a sedimentary basin is: a low area in the Earth’s crust, of tectonic origin, in which sediments ntary basins range in size from as small as hundreds of meters to Identifying these gateways (barriers) and their geometry and refining the time of their inception is of fundamental importance to delineating the scenario of the past climatic history of the Earth.
The major Mesozoic and Cenozoic paleogeographic events (opening or closing of marine gateways) and the associated effect on paleocirculation and Footnotes.
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A few people have excelled as seafarers, prominent among them the Austronesians (Islander Southeast Asians, Malagasy, Islander Melanesians, Micronesians, and A major change in the composition of the sediments entering the delta took place in the Neogene when volcanically derived sediments were added after the emplacement of the Cameroon volcanic line.
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