Submarine Fans and Related Turbidite Systems

  • Arnold H. Bouma
  • William R. Normark
  • Neal E. Barnes

Part of the Frontiers in Sedimentary Geology book series (SEDIMENTARY)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Submarine Fans and Related Turbidite Sequences

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Arnold H. Bouma, William R. Normark, Neal E. Barnes
      Pages 7-11
    3. Dorrik A. V. Stow, David G. Howell, C. Hans Nelson
      Pages 15-22
    4. G. Shanmugam, R. J. Moiola, J. E. Damuth
      Pages 23-28
    5. G. Shanmugam, R. J. Moiola
      Pages 29-35
    6. Pat Wilde, William R. Normark, T. E. Chase, Christina E. Gutmacher
      Pages 35-42
  3. Modern Submarine Fans

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 43-43
    2. C. Hans Nelson
      Pages 45-50
    3. Franco Ricci Lucchi, Albina Colella, Gianni Gabbianelli, Sergio Rossi, William R. Normark
      Pages 51-57
    4. William R. Normark, Christina E. Gutmacher
      Pages 59-64
    5. Steven B. Bachman, Stephan A. Graham
      Pages 65-70
    6. V. Kolla, R. T. Buffler
      Pages 71-78
    7. William R. Normark, Christina E. Gutmacher, T. E. Chase, Pat Wilde
      Pages 79-86
    8. William R. Normark, David J. W. Piper
      Pages 87-94
  4. Modern Submarine Fans

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 95-95
    2. John E. Damuth, Roger D. Flood
      Pages 97-106
    3. F. J. Emmel, J. R. Curray
      Pages 107-112
    4. Michel Cremer, Patrick Orsolini, Christian Ravenne
      Pages 113-120
    5. C. Hans Nelson, Andres Maldonado, Francis Coumes, Henri Got, Andre Monaco
      Pages 121-127
    6. V. Kolla, F. Coumes
      Pages 129-136
    7. David J. W. Piper, Dorrik A. V. Stow, William R. Normark
      Pages 137-142
    8. Arnold H. Bouma, Charles E. Stelting, James M. Coleman
      Pages 143-150
    9. William R. Normark, Neal E. Barnes, Francis Coumes
      Pages 151-156
    10. William J. Cleary, Orrin H. Pilkey, Jeffrey C. Nelson
      Pages 157-164
  5. Ancient Turbidite Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 165-165
    2. Hugh McLean, D. G. Howell
      Pages 167-172
    3. Tor H. Nilsen
      Pages 173-178
    4. Carlo Cazzola, Emiliano Mutti, Bartolomeo Vigna
      Pages 179-183
    5. Tor H. Nilsen
      Pages 185-192
    6. D. G. Howell, J. G. Vedder
      Pages 193-198
    7. Tor H. Nilsen, Ernesto Abbate
      Pages 199-204
    8. Emiliano Mutti
      Pages 205-208
    9. Franco Ricci Lucchi
      Pages 209-216
    10. Arnold H. Bouma, James M. Coleman
      Pages 217-222
    11. T. C. MacKinnon, D. G. Howell
      Pages 223-228
  6. Ancient Turbidite Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 229-229
    2. Dorrick A. V. Stow
      Pages 231-236
    3. Kevin T. Pickering
      Pages 237-244
  7. Mississippi Fan, DSDP Leg 96

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 245-245
    2. Arnold H. Bouma, James M. Coleman, DSDP Leg 96 Shipboard Scientists
      Pages 247-252
    3. Mary H. Feeley, Richard T. Buffler, William R. Bryant
      Pages 253-257
    4. Dorrik A. V. Stow, Michel Cremer, Laurence Droz, William R. Normark, Suzanne O’Connell, Kevin T. Pickering et al.
      Pages 259-266
    5. Barry Kohl, DSDP Leg 96 Shipboard Scientists
      Pages 267-273
    6. Charles E. Stelting, Kevin T. Pickering, Arnold H. Bouma, James M. Coleman, Michel Cremer, Laurence Droz et al.
      Pages 275-282
    7. Charles E. Stelting, DSDP Leg 96 Shipboard Scientists
      Pages 283-290
    8. Suzanne O’Connell, Charles E. Stelting, Arnold H. Bouma, James M. Coleman, Michel Cremer, Laurence Droz et al.
      Pages 291-298
    9. William R. Bryant, DSDP Leg 96 Shipboard Scientists
      Pages 299-309

About this book


Exchange of information in the field of earth sciences is increasingly needed to stay informed about advances. However, the continuous increase in the number of journal articles and books is very noticeable, while the available time to keep up is decreasing. Such a large flow of information commonly necessitates professionals to search selec­ tively for material and special publications in one's sub-discipline that have more specific coverage. In addition to surveying research needs, earth scientists working in a pure or applied research environment collect and produce information that often is of interest to the much larger group of industry-employed geologists and geophysicists, to professionals employed by agencies, and to students. To accommodate this exchange of needed information, Springer-Verlag is launching a monograph series entitled "Frontiers in Sedimentary Geology." This series will cover a number of subjects related to sediments and sedimentary rocks in a manner that both the researcher and the industrially oriented earth scientist can use constructively. Pub­ lications in this monograph series may fit one or more of the following main categories: Topical A topical subject will cover either the different aspects of a selected environment of deposition, or present a world tour of a particular depositional environment to dem­ onstrate its variability and its commonalities. The author(s) or editor(s) accepts the responsibility to guide the reader as to the state of knowledge, rather than providing a set of independent chapters.


Atlantic Ocean Indian Ocean Pacific Ocean Sediment Sedimentation Systems Turbidite marine ocean sedimentary rock

Editors and affiliations

  • Arnold H. Bouma
    • 1
    • 3
  • William R. Normark
    • 2
  • Neal E. Barnes
    • 1
    • 3
  1. 1.Gulf Research & Development CompanyHoustonUSA
  2. 2.U.S. Geological SurveyMenlo ParkUSA
  3. 3.Chevron Oil Field Research CompanyUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag New York 1985
  • Publisher Name Springer, New York, NY
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4612-9570-9
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4612-5114-9
  • Series Print ISSN 0939-6055
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