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Geological evolution of the Mediterranean Basin

Geological evolution of the Mediterranean Basin

Raimondo Selli commemorative volume

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mediterranean Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Selli, Raimondo.,
    • Geology -- Mediterranean Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Daniel Jean Stanley, Forese-Carlo Wezel.
      ContributionsSelli, Raimondo., Stanley, Daniel J., Wezel, Forese-Carlo.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE350.22.M42 G45 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxviii, 589 p. :
      Number of Pages589
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3022640M
      ISBN 100387961399
      LC Control Number85002872

        In the first group are the Ionian Basin and the Levantine Basin, and in the second group the Cilicia Basin, Antalya Basin, Finike Basin, Rhodes Basin, Aegean basins, Sicily Channel basins, Latakia Basin and Larnaca Basin. The Eastern Mediterranean represents the last stage in Cited by: CIESMWorkshop Monographs Human records of recent geological evolution in the Mediterranean Basin - historical and archaeological evidence Santorini, October CIESMWorkshop Monographs To be cited as: CIESM,

      Within the realm of tectonics and basin evolution, our breakout group identified three important issues related to rift-basin development and the breakup of the Pangean supercontinent. These are: 1) the spatial variability of the structure and stratigraphy of rift basins and rift systems, 2) the structural and stratigraphic evolution of rift.   Plant Evolution in the Mediterranean integrates a diverse and scattered literature to produce a synthetic account of plant evolutionary ecology. The central theme is differentiation, both among and within species in the contemporary flora of the Mediterranean basin. This approach is developed by attempting to link population processes to species evolution, and by examining the .

        This is how the Mediterranean basin area has developed during the past 20 million years. The evolution of the the Mediterranean Basin Andrew D Mackay. The Geological Periods of Earth. May , The Geological Society In recent years the Eastern Mediterranean region has witnessed growing interest from international energy companies. Substantial gas reserves have been found in Egypt's Nile Delta Basin and in the Mediterranean coastal areas since , and in more recent times Noble Energy has discovered a series of.


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Geological Evolution of the Mediterranean Basin: Raimondo Selli Commemorative Volume Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. EditionFormat: Paperback. Geological Evolution of the Mediterranean Basin Raimondo Selli Commemorative Volume.

that would focus primarily on the geologi­ cally recent evolution of the Mediterranean Sea and serve as a logical base for future NATO conferences on the Mediterranean. Geological Evolution of the Mediterranean Basin Book Subtitle Raimondo Selli Brand: Springer-Verlag New York.

At a conference held in Banyuls-sur-Mer, France, in AugustProfes­ sor Raimondo Selli was urged by some panel members to initiate an Ad­ vanced Research Institute (ARI) that would focus primarily on the geologi­ cally recent evolution of the Mediterranean Sea and serve as a logical base for future NATO conferences on the Mediterranean.

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Fundamental processes of continental rifting, passive margin development, ophiolite. The Western Mediterranean Basin geological evolution. Mar. Geol., The Western Mediterranean Sea is explained as a marginal basin, generated by a N-NW subduction of the African--Apulian plates beneath the European by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Geological evolution of the Mediterranean Basin.

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