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Holocene coastal changes and infilling of the La Perroche marsh (French Atlantic coast) ArchiMer
Clave, B; Masse, L; Carbonel, P; Tastet, Jp.
The La Perroche marsh is a small Holocene marsh on the south-western coast of the Oleron island (Bay of Biscay, France) presently occupied by a freshwater swamp and separated from the ocean by a continuous sand dune ridge. The study of its infill shows first basal conglomeratic deposits with calcareous pebbles on a Cenomanian rough substrate. The Holocene infill since 6000 years BP begins with a very fast sedimentation of sands. Then, the sedimentation becomes finer, with lagoonal to freshwater influences recorded by ostracods. The distribution of these deposits inside the marsh is asymmetric, with a thick sandy-gravely layer in the eastern part and a succession of sands, clays and organic layers in the western part. Communication with the sea is episodic,...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Changements côtiers; Marais maritime; Holocène; Ostracodes; Sédiments; Coastal changes; Coastal salt marsh; Holocene; Ostracods; Sediments.
Ano: 2001 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00322/43349/42877.pdf
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Morpho-sedimentary evidence of Holocene coastal changes near the mouth of the Gironde and on the Medoc Peninsula, SW France ArchiMer
Pontee, Ni; Tastet, Jp; Masse, L.
The Medoc Peninsula is a triangular area of land between the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the Gironde estuary on the east. The Gironde, orientated SE-NW, is the largest estuary in France. On the Medoc Peninsula Holocene sediments cover a substratum of Tertiary limestones and Plio-Pleistocene fluvial terraces. The Gironde originated as an incised valley during the Weichselian glacio-eustatic fall (100 000-18 000 B.P.) and has acted as a sink for fine sediment throughout the Holocene sea level rise (SLR) (18 000 B.P. onwards). Conversely, the Atlantic littoral zone, characterised by sandy beaches and dunes, has been subjected to erosion throughout the Holocene transgression. The incised valley of the present Gironde was inundated by the sea approximately...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Holocène; Changement côtier; Marais estuarien; Dune éolienne; Chenier; Holocene; Coastal change; Salt marsh; Aeolian dune; Chenier.
Ano: 1998 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00326/43683/43191.pdf
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