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Examination of the 2011 Mississippi River Flood Deposit on the Louisiana Continental Shelf
(East Carolina University, 2014)
Floods can dramatically increase the sediment load supplied to continental margins, leading to greater and potentially geochemically unique deposition. The 2011 flooding of the Mississippi River and its discharge into ...
Modern Sedimentation And Estuarine Shoreline Change Around Roanoke Island, North Carolina
(East Carolina University, 2015)
Croatan and Roanoke sounds in North Carolina (NC) are regions constantly undergoing geomorphic changes associated with sea-level rise, storm events, and anthropogenic modification. These estuaries are part of the larger ...
Spatial and Temporal Variability in Surficial Seabed Character, Waipaoa River Margin, New Zealand
(East Carolina University, 2012)
The Waipaoa River margin, located off the northeast coast of the North Island of New Zealand, provides an opportunity to examine shelf-wide sediment dynamics in a coastal setting. The region is characterized by a narrow ...
Quaternary Geologic Evolution of the Croatan Beach Ridge Complex, Bogue Sound, and Bogue Banks, Carteret County, NC
(East Carolina University, 2010)
Foraminiferal, lithologic, chronostratigraphic, and geophysical data were utilized to describe the Quaternary geologic evolution of the Croatan Beach Ridge Complex, Bogue Sound, and Bogue Banks. The Croatan Beach Ridge ...
The Influence of Aquaculture on Foraminifera and Sediment Properties in the Setiu Estuary and Lagoon of Terengganu, Malaysia
(East Carolina University, 2013)
In order to address how aquaculture has influenced the Setiu estuary and lagoon of northeast peninsular Malaysia, foraminifera, sediment grain-size, and carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios and abundances were analyzed in ...