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In the revised edition of Marine Geology, Jon Erickson explores several ideas hypothesizing the origin of the Earth, continents, and oceans and how. Marine Geology. byKuenen,H. Publication date Topics NATURAL SCIENCES, Earth sciences. Geology, meteorology,etc, General geology. PublisherJohn. Purchase An Introduction to Marine Geology - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. eBook ISBN: Imprint: Pergamon. Published Date: 1st.


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Tectonic History of the Oceans. The Oceanic Crust. Seibold and W.

While much of the original text was written by Seibold, a considerable portion of the material presented in this edition is new, taking into account the recent great shift in marine geological research, some of it with great relevance to human concerns arising in a rapidly changing world. Eugen Seibold was born in Stuttgart.

The sea floor : an introduction to marine geology

The prize was used, in part, to fund the Eugen and Ilse Seibold Prize, an award furthering Japanese-German scientific interaction. He assigned an estuarine-type exchange to black shale sedimentation and an anti-estuarine type to carbonate deposits. Both types of sediment are prominent in the geologic record and are conspicuous in the Jurassic of southern Germany, his original training ground.

Significantly, black shales are commonly a source for hydrocarbon products, while carbonates often serve as reservoir rocks.

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Obviously, both rock types help define our time in human history. It is typical for Seibold that he thought we should know about their origin. Wolfgang Berger is an acclaimed researcher in micropaleontology, marine geology, and oceanography. He has published over research articles and several books on a broad array of topics in oceanography and on climate change. Berger earned numerous medals and prizes during his career, among others the Bigelow Medal, the Humboldt Award, and the Steinmann Medal.

Berger earned in his Vordiplom degree in geology at the University of Erlangen and in his master's degree in geology at the University of Colorado in Boulder. His research is especially concerned with the ecology of planktonic foraminifera and the reconstruction of the climate and the marine environment of the Cenozoic.

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Man's understanding of how this planet is put together and how it evolved has changed radically during the last 30 years. Some of these notions were put forward earlier in this century by A.

Wegener, in , and by A. Holmes, in , but most of the new ideas were an outgrowth of the study of the ocean floor after World War II. In its impact on the earth sciences, the plate tectonics revolution is comparable to the upheaval wrought by the ideas of Charles Darwin , which started the intense discussion on the evolution of the biosphere that has recently heated up again. Darwin drew his inspiration from observations on island life made during the voyage of the Beagle , and his work gave strong impetus to the first global oceanographic expedition, the voyage of HMS Challenger This should come as no surprise.

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