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Geologic evolution of conjugate volcanic passive margins: Pelotas Basin (Brazil) and offshore Namibia (Africa). Implication for global sea level changes
Volcanic passive margins are a major type of large igneous provinces, characterized by seaward dipping reflectors (SDRS), normally associated with subaerially emplaced basalt flows and intercalated at least in part with ...
Late Quaternary highstand and transgressive deltas of the ancestral Colorado River: Eustatic and climatic controls on deposition
Deltaic deposits were the main sinks for sequestering large volumes of sand on the northern Gulf of Mexico continental shelf during the late Quaternary. Examination of high resolution seismic reflection data, cores, and ...