Shelf tidal sand ridges as stratigraphic traps and reservoir units: characterization through an integrated analysis of modern seas and Quaternary and ancient deposits


Shelf tidal sand ridges are large (up to over 200 km long and over 50 m high) depositional landforms underlain by co-genetic sedimentary bodies. In relation to their size and internal characteristics, sand ridges may form... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Luca Colombera (University of Leeds)
  2. David Hodgson (University of Leeds)
  3. Nigel Mountney (University of Leeds)
  4. William McCaffrey (University of Leeds)

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Topics: Shelf and shallow water sedimentation


PS14 » Shelf and shallow water deposits - Poster Session (09:00 - Monday, 23rd May)

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