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Cyclic and Event Stratification. Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg Release date: 2012-12-06. Additional Information. Genre: Geology & the lithosphere. Collection: Springer. in Nummulite Accumulations and in Shell Beds from the Eocene of Egypt. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive. Print ISBN 978-3-540-11373-7. Online ISBN 978-3-642-75829-4. Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips. Beds can be with or without time information: the latter are known as event stratifications. These events include big cycles and sedimentary sequences which are separated by disconformities. General Remarks About Event Deposits. The event, which triggers the formation of beds or any succession of sediments, could be a random effect, or it could be part of a mechanism in which cyclic behaviour is due to an oscillating physical system. In this cyclic sedimentary record, five ranks may the established as operative elements to interprete the evolution curve of the sedimentary basin. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Cyclic and Event Stratification. Current Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC (1. 007). Latest articles in this journal. Cyclic and Event Stratification. Published: 1 January 1982. Cyclic and Event Stratification; doi:10. Cyclic and Event Stratification pp 161-174; doi:10.
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