2 edition of Geomorphology and sediments of western Massachusetts Bay found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 67-69.
|Statement||by Edward P. Meisburger|
|Series||Technical paper -- no. 76-3|
|Contributions||Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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ARMY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS COASTAL ENGINEERING ^' RESEARCH Approved for public release; distribution unlimited. Sediments in MCEs are dominantly Geomorphology and sediments of western Massachusetts Bay book skeletal sands and gravels. Although fluxes of sediments to the seafloor in MCEs are typically lower than in shallow reefs, sedimentary dynamics still play an important role.
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The results of this study provide insights into the controlling factors on the sinuosity, degree of erosion, and sediment gravity flows of channels developed at slope to basin-floor settings, which shed light on the way fluvial sands were transported across the shelf and slope to the basin : Peng Chen, Chris Elders.
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The field of marine geomorphology is seeing an exciting revolution driven by ever-improving technology. New data sets indicate that peri-coastal submarine canyons are poorly understood, large-scale, dynamic geomorphic systems that strongly impact coastal sediment budgets.
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The mass movement process, also sometimes called mass wasting, occurs when soil and rock move down a slope under the force of gravity. The movement of the material is called creeping, sliding, flowing, toppling, and falling.
Each of these depends on the speed and composition of the material moving. This process is both erosional and : Amanda Briney.The map shows acoustic backscatter intensity of the sea floor in the Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts. In general, higher values (light tones) represent rock, boulders, cobbles, gravel, shell reefs, and coarse sand.
Lower values (dark tones) generally represent fine sand and muddy sediment.The Coastal Platform is the dominant geomorphic macro-feature of the southern Cape south of the Cape Fold Belt. The southern Cape coast has served, on-shore as well as off-shore, as an important.