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|Statement||edited by Atsuyuki Mizuno and Seizo Nakao.|
|Series||Cruise report ;, no. 18|
|Contributions||Mizuno, Atsuyuki, 1928-, Nakao, Seizō., Chishitsu Chōsajo (Japan)|
|LC Classifications||QE350.42.N65 R44 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||399 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||84217246|
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Regional data of marine geology, geophysics, and manganese nodules: the Wake-Tahiti transect in the Central Pacific, January-March (GH Cruise) Author: 水野, 篤行, ; ; Atsuyuki Mizuno ; Seizō Nakao ; Chishitsu Chōsajo (Japan).
Mizuno, A. and S. Nakao,Regional data of marine geology, geophysics and manganese nodules: the Wake-Tahiti transect in the central Pacific, January-March (GH80–1): Geological Survey of Japan Cruise Report, no.
18, pp. Google ScholarCited by: 6. This book will be of interest to marine scientists and advanced undergraduates and postgraduates following courses on, or undertaking research in, geophysics, marine geology, oceanography, physical sciences, remote sensing, marine surveying and offshore engineering.
Contents: * Preview * Locating offshore observations2/5(1). Marine geology, geophysics, and manganese nodule deposits in the southern part of the Central Pacific Basin, August-October, (Hakurei-Maru Cruise GH). Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki-ken, Japan: Geological Survey of Japan, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.
Regional Data of Marine Geology, Geophysics, and Manganese Nodules: the Wake-Tahiti Transect in the Central Pacific, January - March (GH Cruise) Publish_Country=Japan number= The Geology of Manganese Nodules. Mn nodules are analogous to deepwater marine Mn-nodules and other conductive features related to bedrock geology or the regolith, for data editing to.
Marine Geology, 54 (/) 27 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam --Printed in The Netherlands REGIONAL VARIATION OF MANGANESE NODULE FACIES ON THE WAKE--TAHITI TRANSECT: MORPHOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL AND MINERALOGICAL STUDY AKIRA USUI Department of Marine Geology, Geological Survey o f Japan, 1-I-3 Higashi, Yatabe-cho, Tsukuba-gun, lbaraki Cited by: Regional and depth variability in the composition of cobalt-rich ferromanganese crusts from the SOPAC area and adjacent parts of the central equatorial Pacific R.A.
Hodkinson, D.S. Cronan Pages We have found δ 26 Mg variations in both Fe‐Mn nodules and calcareous marine sediments that identify that more than one process fractionates marine magnesium isotopes and that diagenesis is the main process suspected in the case of Fe‐Mn nodules.
Samples and Methods Samples Manganese NodulesCited by: 6. Marine Geology is one of the interdisciplinary and stimulating branches of Earth Science. The students who are interested to study in Marine Geology will learn about the origin and evolution of the global oceans, the past history of the earth’s climate, the earth’s natural resources and their exploitation.
In the southern part of the study area (south of the trough), calcareous turbidites (Unit I) whose ages range probably from the Oligocene to the middle Eocene, were derived from the Magellan Rise.
This turbidite layer tends to become thinner towards the trough. The southern flanking ridge of the trough Cited by: 2. Journal/Book_names=Cruise Report. Regional Data of Marine Geology, Geophysics, and Manganese Nodules: the Wake-Tahiti Transect in the Central Pacific, January - March (GH Cruise) Publish_Country=Japan.
number= pages=, Publish_year= Publisher=Geological Survey of Japan. Language_of_Text=EN. Language_of_Abs.=JA. The Marine Geology and Geophysics Core Program no longer has deadlines geophysics target dates. Investigators can submit proposals at any time, and mail reviews are solicited as proposals are received.
Proposals go through the normal two-stage review of ad hoc mail review and Panel. Panels are constituted as needed. Abstract. The occurrence, morphology, and composition of manganese nodule deposits in the Central Pacific Basin have been characterized from the data of about bottom samplings, sea-bed photographs, chemical analyses, and mineral analyses, together with relevant seismic profiling and sediment stratigraphy obtained during a year research program of the Geological Survey of Cited by: Manganese nodules were first discovered on the ocean floor miles south-west of the Canary Islands on Februduring the first complex oceano logical cruise of the Challenger.
They surprised researchers by their unusual shape and also by their unusual chemical composition; nevertheless for many years after wards, they were. MARINE GEOLOGY International Journal of Marine Geology, Geochemistry and Geophysics AUTHOR INFORMATION PACK TABLE OF CONTENTS.
XXX. • Description • Audience • Impact Factor • Abstracting and Indexing • Editorial Board • Guide for Authors p.1. International Journal of Marine Geology, Geochemistry and Geophysics. Editors-in-Chief: Edward Anthony, Shu Gao, Gert J.
de Lange, Adina Paytan, Michele Rebesco. View Editorial Board. CiteScore: ℹ. CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title.
CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a. Atlantic manganese nodules and encrustations are most abundant in areas of slow sedimentation beneath the carbonate compensation depth or where currents inhibit sediment accumulation.
They principally contain the minerals todorokite and δMnO 2, which are selectively concentrated into nodules and encrustations, respectively, and which show an Cited by: Marine geophysics.
Marine geophysics is a scientific discipline that uses the quantitative observation of physical properties to understand the seafloor and sub-seafloor geology. Surveying of the oceans using gravity, magnetic, swath bathymetry, and seismic reflection, seafloor spreading, continental drift, and plate tectonics.
Concretions of manganese and iron oxides are widely distributed at the surface of the sediments of the 3 major oceans of the world. These nodules form by the agglomeration of colloidal precipitates of Mn and Fe from seawater. A total of 10 12 metric tons of Nb nodules is estimated to be presently at the surface of the Pacific Ocean by: The vertical change in clay mineral composition in each core, except for core P, is shown in Figs.3 and 4.
In an average content of clay minerals contained in an individual core, the content of smectite is the highest, whereas that of kaolinite is the by: InRegional Data of Marine Geology, Geophysics, and Manganese Nodules: the Wake-Tahiti Transect in the Central Pacific January–March (GH Cruise), Cruise Report No.
18 ed. by A. Mizuno and S. Nakao, Geological Survey of Japan, by: 9. Get this from a library. Marine geology, geophysics, and manganese nodule deposits in the Penrhyn Basin, South Pacific, August-October, (Hakurei-Maru Cruise GH). [Akira Usui;]. Marine geology, geophysics, and manganese nodules in the northern vicinity of the Magellan Trough, August-October (GH cruise).
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Marine Geology, 38 () M1-M9 M1 Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam -Panted in The Netherlands Letter Section REGIONAL VARIATIONS IN MN, NI, CU, AND CO OF FERROMANGANESE NODULES FROM A BASIN IN THE SOUTHEAST PACIFIC P HALBACH', V.
MARCHIG' and C SCHERHAG' 'Research Group "Sedimentary Ore Formation", Min -Petr Institute, Cited by: Normal incidence reflectivity from a manganese nodule field was measured with a 12 kHz Sea Beam multibeam echo-sounding system, aboard the R/V Thomas Washington and used to infer nodule coverage.
A reflectivity map of the area was produced using the Cited by: The Marine Geology and Geophysics program at the University of Washington focuses on numerous research areas - faculty and students work in marine environments around the globe.
Mid-Ocean Ridge Processes involves the examination of the flow of energy and materials from the Earth's interior, through the ocean crust and its associated.
Rapid growth of a deep-sea manganese nodule. Marine Geology () Integrated Geochemical and Morphological Data Provide Insights into the Genesis of Ferromanganese Nodules Mariana Benites Cited by: A regional distribution map of manganese nodules in the adjacent area compiled from earlier reconnaissance surveys is shown in Fig.
1 together with our regional data. In this paper, mineralogy, geochemistry and internal structure of manganese nodules and crusts are studied in order to elucidate the processes and history of formation the Cited by: Marine geology, geophysics, and manganese nodules around deep-sea hills in the Central Pacific Basin, August-October (GH cruise).
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Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Internal Growth Structure of Manganese Nodules in the Western Part of the Penrhyn Basin, South Pacific (GH Area) Authors=USUI Akira!MITA Naoki Journal/Book_names=Cruise Report!Marine Geology, Geophysics and Manganese Nodule Deposits in the Penrhyn Basin, South Pacific.
Jan Harff is Professor of Geosciences and Seafloor Geology at the University of Szczecin, Poland. His previous research focused on sedimentary basin analysis at the Central Institute for Physics of the Earth (ZIPE, subsequently the GeoForschungsZentrum, GFZ), Potsdam, and marine geology at the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde and the University of Greifswald, Germany.
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The composition of Fe–Mn nodules varies at regional to intra-nodule scales (Hein and Koschinsky ), but estimates suggest that they may represent one of the most abundant mineral resources on Earth. The metals of greatest economic interest in Fe–Mn nodules are Ni Cited by: Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Volcanology.
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