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Bundled turbidite deposition in the central Pandora Trough (Gulf of Papua) since Last Glacial Maximum: Linking sediment nature and accumulation to sea level fluctuations at millennial timescale 5
Jorry, Stephan J.; Droxler, Andre W.; Mallarino, Gianni; Dickens, Gerald R.; Bentley, Sam J.; Beaufort, Luc; Peterson, Larry C.; Opdyke, Bradley N..
Since Last Glacial Maximum (23-19 ka), Earth climate warming and deglaciation occurred in two major steps (Bolling-Allerod and Preboreal), interrupted by a short cooling interval referred to as the Younger Dryas (12.5-11.5 ka B. P.). In this study, three cores (MV-33, MV-66, and MD-40) collected in the central part of Pandora Trough (Gulf of Papua) have been analyzed, and they reveal a detailed sedimentary pattern at millennial timescale. Siliciclastic turbidites disappeared during the Bolling-Allerod and Preboreal intervals to systematically reoccur during the Younger Dryas interval. Subsequent to the final disappearance of the siliciclastic turbidites a calciturbidite occurred during meltwater pulse 1B. The Holocene interval was characterized by a lack...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Younger dryas event; Oxygen isotope records; Meltwater pulse 1a; Great barrier reef; Pacific warm pool; Carbonate platforms; Tropical atlantic; Surface salinity; Nicaragua rise; Caribbean sea.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00079/19014/16592.pdf
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Deep water geomorphology of the mixed siliciclastic-carbonate system, Gulf of Papua 5
Francis, Jason M.; Daniell, James J.; Droxler, Andre W.; Dickens, Gerald R.; Bentley, Samuel J.; Peterson, Larry C.; Opdyke, Bradley N.; Beaufort, Luc.
The Gulf of Papua (GoP) has become a focal point for understanding the deposition and accumulation of siliciclastic and carbonate material along and across a low-latitude continental margin. Although studies have addressed submarine geomorphological features on the inner and middle shelves, as well as processes that may have led to their formation, the seafloor of adjacent slope regions remains poorly documented. This study presents and interprets results from approximately 13,000 line-km of multibeam bathymetry, 9500 line-km of 3.5 kHz seismic, and 122 sediment cores that were collected from the GoP shelf edge and slope, primarily on two cruises (PANASH and PECTEN). Bathymetric maps, in conjunction with the seismic profiles and cores, were used to make...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Great barrier reef; New Guinea; Platform margin; Foreland basin; OF Papua; Sedimentation; Shelf; Bank; Circulation; Australia.
Ano: 2008 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00208/31938/30356.pdf
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Neogene evolution of the mixed carbonate-siliciclastic system in the Gulf of Papua, Papua New Guinea 5
Tcherepanov, Evgueni N.; Droxler, Andre W.; Lapointe, Philippe; Dickens, Gerald R.; Bentley, Sam J.; Beaufort, Luc; Peterson, Larry C.; Daniell, James; Opdyke, Bradley N..
This paper outlines the evolution of the late Cenozoic mixed carbonate-siliciclastic depositional system in the Gulf of Papua (GoP), using seismic, gravity, multibeam bathymetry, well data sets, and Landsat imagery. The deposition of the mixed sedimentary sequences was influenced by dynamic interplay of tectonics, eustasy, in situ carbonate production, and siliciclastic sediment supply. The roles of these major factors are estimated during different periods of the GoP margin evolution. The Cenozoic mixed system in the GoP formed in distinct phases. The first phase ( Late Cretaceous-Paleocene) was mostly driven by tectonics. Rifting created grabens and uplifted structural blocks which served later as pedestals for carbonate edifices. Active neritic...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Great barrier reef; Sea level; Tectonic controls; Ice volume; Platforms; Sedimentation; Fluctuations; Deposition; Australia; Foreland basin.
Ano: 2008 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00208/31939/30357.pdf
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