Margin Building-Regulating Processes

L Thomsen, T Van Weering, P Blondel, R Lampitt, F Lamy, N McCave, S McPhail, J Mienert, R Neves, L d'Ozouville, D Ristow, C Waldmann, R Wollast

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Processes at the ocean margins are described and the importance of sedimentary settings, the carbon cycle, the benthic boundary layer, canyons and mass movements is discussed. Major outstanding problems are formulated and new enabling technologies are demonstrated.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOcean Margin Systems
EditorsG Wefer, D Billett, D Hebbeln, BB Jorgensen, M Schlueter, T van Weering
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherSpringer
Pages195--203
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Thomsen, L., Van Weering, T., Blondel, P., Lampitt, R., Lamy, F., McCave, N., ... Wollast, R. (2003). Margin Building-Regulating Processes. In G. Wefer, D. Billett, D. Hebbeln, BB. Jorgensen, M. Schlueter, & T. van Weering (Eds.), Ocean Margin Systems (pp. 195--203). Berlin: Springer.

Margin Building-Regulating Processes. / Thomsen, L; Van Weering, T; Blondel, P; Lampitt, R; Lamy, F; McCave, N; McPhail, S; Mienert, J; Neves, R; d'Ozouville, L; Ristow, D; Waldmann, C; Wollast, R.

Ocean Margin Systems. ed. / G Wefer; D Billett; D Hebbeln; BB Jorgensen; M Schlueter; T van Weering. Berlin : Springer, 2003. p. 195--203.

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Thomsen, L, Van Weering, T, Blondel, P, Lampitt, R, Lamy, F, McCave, N, McPhail, S, Mienert, J, Neves, R, d'Ozouville, L, Ristow, D, Waldmann, C & Wollast, R 2003, Margin Building-Regulating Processes. in G Wefer, D Billett, D Hebbeln, BB Jorgensen, M Schlueter & T van Weering (eds), Ocean Margin Systems. Springer, Berlin, pp. 195--203.
Thomsen L, Van Weering T, Blondel P, Lampitt R, Lamy F, McCave N et al. Margin Building-Regulating Processes. In Wefer G, Billett D, Hebbeln D, Jorgensen BB, Schlueter M, van Weering T, editors, Ocean Margin Systems. Berlin: Springer. 2003. p. 195--203
Thomsen, L ; Van Weering, T ; Blondel, P ; Lampitt, R ; Lamy, F ; McCave, N ; McPhail, S ; Mienert, J ; Neves, R ; d'Ozouville, L ; Ristow, D ; Waldmann, C ; Wollast, R. / Margin Building-Regulating Processes. Ocean Margin Systems. editor / G Wefer ; D Billett ; D Hebbeln ; BB Jorgensen ; M Schlueter ; T van Weering. Berlin : Springer, 2003. pp. 195--203
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