Latest Sedimentology Stories
Millions of people across the world live or depend on deltas for their livelihoods.
New research published today in the journal Quaternary Science Reviews has found the first evidence that large rivers control desert sands and dust in Northern China.
A geologist-led tour among the diverse rock types that can be found in the canyons, mesas, and badlands of Northern New Mexico.
Explore the regulations, technologies, and management practices around hydraulic fracturing of shale for oil production. Woodland Hills, CA (PRWEB) June 12,
The most convincing evidence yet that the frigid deserts of Mars were once a habitable environment crossed by flowing water are presented by pebbles and sand scattered near an ancient Martian river network.
Another piece of evidence has emerged that gives more weight to the argument that the Red Planet could have had a wet history.
New research tracking the movement of dredged sediment around Liverpool Bay could save millions of pounds.
The Sedimentary Geology Laboratory (LAGESED) of UFRJ, coordinated by Prof. Dr.
A river delta is a landform that is created at the mouth of a river, where the river flows into an ocean, estuary, lake, sea, or reservoir. These deltas are built from the deposition of the sediment that is carried by the river as the flow exit’s the mouth of the river. Over a long period of time, this deposition constructs the distinctive geographic pattern of a river delta. The creation of a delta is made up of three core forms: the bottomset, topset, and foreset/frontset. Bottomset...
In geology, a conglomerate is a rock consisting of other stones that have been cemented together. Conglomerates are sedimentary rocks consisting of subangular clasts and are thus differentiated from breccias, which consist of angular clasts. Both conglomerates and breccias are characterized by clasts larger than sand (>2 mm). There are two varieties of conglomerate, defined by texture: paraconglomerates and orthoconglomerates. Paraconglomerates are one of two varieties of conglomerate...
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