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Aims and Scope
Of particular interest are:
- structural geology, including plate tectonics of recent active and passive margins
- sea-bed morphology, physiography and morphodynamics
- sediment transport, depositional processes and sedimentary facies analysis
- stratigraphy, basin analysis and paleoenvironmental reconstruction
- sea-level history, paleoproductivity, gas hydrates, salt domes and brines
- sediment-water interaction and organism-sediment relationships
- geochemical tracers, stable isotopes and authigenic mineral formation
- geotechnical properties and application of new geo-marine techniques
Burg W. Flemming
Marine Science Division
26382 Wilhelmshaven, Germany
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