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Holocene Sedimentary Record from the Sunda Shelf off Peninsular Malaysia: Insights from Elemental, Isotopic and Bulk Sediment Magnetic Susceptibility Analyses
(East Carolina University, 2016-04-19)
Post-Last Glacial Maximum (since ca. 20,000 cal yr BP) sediments of the Sunda Shelf (southern South China Sea) are generally thin, with the exception of incised valleys where thicker accumulations tend to occur. These ...
Hydrologic Dynamics in Response to Natural and Anthropogenic Stresses on a Barrier Island: Saltwater Intrusion and Inundation.
(East Carolina University, 8/5/2020)
The impacts of climate change and sea-level rise on groundwater systems on barrier islands are not well documented in the literature. Globally, there is high competition for useable land in coastal regions because large ...
The Relationship Between the Taghanic Unconformity and Marcellus Shale Production in Doddridge and Ritchie Counties, West Virginia
(East Carolina University, 2016-07-27)
The Marcellus Shale, a geologic unit that extends from New York to West Virginia within the Appalachian region, is the source of trillions of cubic feet of natural gas due to organic-rich properties. The formation of the ...
HOLOCENE PALEOENVIRONMENTAL RECONSTRUCTION OF THE SUNDA SHELF, OFF NORTHEASTERN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA
(East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
In order to understand Holocene paleoenvironmental evolution of the western Sunda Shelf (southern South China Sea), two gravity cores TER15-GC10A and TER15-GC9A were collected (2015) 33 and 37 km offshore of Kuala Terengganu ...
A multiproxy paleoenvironmental reconstruction of Late Quaternary marine sediments: Sunda Shelf, Southern South China Sea
(East Carolina University, 2017-07-18)
Two gravity cores were collected from 43 km and 90 km offshore of Kuala Terengganu (western Sunda Shelf, southern South China Sea) at ~60 m water depth to characterize late Quaternary paleoenvironments by using bulk sediment ...