Sedimentary Processes, Environments and Basins: A Tribute to
For a number of many years Peter pal has been one of many best figures in sedimentary geology and all through that point he has helped ratings of alternative humans by way of supervising doctoral scholars, taking part with colleagues, particularly in constructing nations, and selflessly sharing rules with fellow geologists. This number of papers is a survey of the study frontier in basin dynamics, a box Peter buddy helped begin, and a token of thank you from those who have benefited from an organization with Peter in the course of their careers.
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Southdirected, locally derived alluvial fans draining the Port del Compte thrust sheet were deposited during the late stages along the active thrust front to the west of the Sant Llorenç de Morunys (Fig. 5b). qxd 10/5/07 2:13 PM Page 37 Drainage responses to oblique and lateral thrust ramps a 37 Late Eocene Fig. 5 Two-step evolution maps of the Pedraforca reentrant in the southern Pyrenees. (a) The first step of evolution shows the interplay between alluvial systems and oblique ramps forming a reentrant during the late Eocene (thick lines show active thrusts).
In: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Geology of the Eastern Mediterranean (Eds I. Panayides, C. Xenophontos and J. Malpas), pp. 255–285. Geological Survey Department, Nicosia, Cyprus. W. (1955) The importance of fluvial morphology in hydraulic engineering. Proc. Am. Soc. Civ. , 81, 1–17. R. A. (1993) The interaction between normal faulting and drainage in active extensional basins with examples from the Western United States and Greece. , 5, 79 –102. R. H. (2001) Lateral erosion (‘toe-cutting’) of alluvial fans by axial rivers: implications for basin analysis and architecture.