Depositional Environments And Holocene Reconstruction Of An Argillaceous Mud Belt--Suriname, South America
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Marine Geology and Geophysics
The inner shelf, shoreface, and coastal plain deposits of Suriname are part of a 1600 km long Holocene mud belt that extends from the Amazon River to the Orinoco River in northeast South America. Previous studies identified the extent and composition of the mud belt, described the chenier plai
Rine, James Marshall, "Depositional Environments And Holocene Reconstruction Of An Argillaceous Mud Belt--Suriname, South America" (1980). Dissertations from ProQuest. 1147.