Sample records for INSPECCIONES COSTERAS (offshore surveys)
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1

Rupture lengths and temporal history of significant earthquakes on the offshore and north coast segments of the Northern San Andreas Fault based on turbidite stratigraphy

Goldfinger, Chris; E. Morey, Ann; Hans Nelson, C.; Gutiérrez-Pastor, Julia; E. Johnson, Joel; Karabanov, Eugene; Chaytor, Jason D.; Ericsson, Andrew; Scientific Party, Shipboard
2007-02-15

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

2

Reliability of a model based on a short fishery statistics survey: application to the Northeast Atlantic monkfish fishery

Rocha, Francisco J.; Gracia, Joaquín; González, Ángel F.; Jardón, Carlos M.; Guerra, Ángel
2004-01-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

3

Morphodynamic response of a two-barred beach to a shoreface nourishment

Ojeda, Elena; Ruessink, B. G.; Guillén, Jorge
2008-12-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

4

Moho, crustal architecture and deep deformation under the North Marmara Trough, from the SEISMARMARA Leg 1 offshore–onshore reflection–refraction survey

Bécel, Anne; Laigle, Mireille; Voogd, Béatrice de; Hirn, Alfred; Taymaz, Tuncay; Galvé, Audrey; Shimamura, Hideki; Murai, Yoshio; Lépine, Jean-Claude; Sapin, Martine; Özalaybey, Serdar
2009-03-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

5

Growth patterns of a proximal terrigenous margin offshore the Guadalfeo River, northern Alboran Sea (SW Mediterranean Sea): glacio-eustatic control and disturbing tectonic factors

Lobo, F. J.; Maldonado, Andrés; Hernández-Molina, F. Javier; Fernández-Salas, L. M.; Ercilla, Gemma; Alonso, Belén
2008-09-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

6

Gravity analysis offshore the Canary Islands from a systematic survey

Carbó, Andrés; Muñoz Martín, Alfonso; LLanes, Pilar; Álvarez, Juan

DRIVER (Spanish)

7

Geostrophic Circulation and Heat Flux Across the Flemish Cap, 1988–2000

Gil, Julio; Sánchez, Ricardo; Cerviño López, Santiago; Garabana, Dolores
2004-09-24

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

9

Distribution patterns of small cetaceans in Galician waters

López, Alfredo; Pierce, G. J.; Valeiras, X.; Santos, M. B.; Guerra, Ángel
2004-02-18

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

10

Distribution of the uncultured protist MAST-4 in the Indian Ocean, Drake Passage and Mediterranean Sea assessed by real-time quantitative PCR

Rodríguez-Martínez, Raquel; Labrenz, Matthias; Campo, Javier del; Forn, Irene; Jürgens, Klaus; Massana, Ramon
2009-02-01

Digital.CSIC (Spain)

11

Disponibilidad de arena para el refulado de las playas de Miramar y Chapadmalal, Argentina/ Sand availability for nourishment of the Miramar and Chapadmalal beaches, Argentina

Isla, FI
2003-09-01

Resumen en español Las playas de Miramar se originaron por los aportes naturales transportados directamente como médanos transversales desde el oeste, aunque estas arenas son de origen marino que llegaron a la costa por la acción de olas. Cuando ese aporte de arena mermó debido a la forestación de los médanos del Vivero Ameghino, se debió recurrir a espigones rígidos, que luego debieron ser prolongados para mantener una anchura suficiente de las playas para los requerimientos balnear (mas) ios. Hoy día el repoblamiento artificial resulta el único método factible de recuperar las playas desde los sectores sumergidos o desde médanos vecinos. Utilizando un sonar de barrido lateral y muestreos de arena se analizó la distribución y calidad de las arenas sumergidas como eventual fuente de alimentación de las playas de Miramar y Chapadmalal. Se estimaron factores de relleno y recurrencia en relación a la granulometría actual de estas playas. La playa sumergida está compuesta principalmente de arena muy fina y se extiende hasta una profundidad de 10-15 m, más allá de la cual se descubren afloramientos de limos entoscados hasta la profundidad de aproximadamente 20 metros. Otro sector arenoso se extiende a profundidades mayores y está dominado por fajas de arena orientadas hacia el NE. Lamentablemente, estas arenas son demasiado finas y por lo tanto no resultarían económicamente aptas para repoblar las playas de Miramar y Chapadmalal. Resumen en inglés The beaches of Miramar were originated by the migration of transverse dunes from the west of the city, although the provenance of the sand is of marine origin and deposited by wave action. When this input of sand diminished significantly due to the dune fixation at the Ameghino Nature Reserve, a groyne field was emplaced and, after several years, extended to provide a minimum beach width for tourist requirements. Today, artificial beach nourishment is the only method to g (mas) uarantee enough sand from the near-shore. The distribution and quality of the sand as a source for the replacement of the Miramar and Chapadamalal beaches were analyzed By the mean of a side-scan sonar surveys and drag samples. Nourishment and recurrence factors were estimated in relation to the grain-size distribution on these beaches. Present near-shore beaches are composed of fine sand and extend to a depth of 10-15 m. Farther offshore there are indurated silts extending as submerged platforms to a depth of 20 m. There is another sandy bottom at a lower depth that is dominated by sand ribbons oriented toward the NE. Unfortunately, these sands are too fine and therefore considered economically unsuitable for the replacement of the Miramar and Chapadmalal beaches.

Scientific Electronic Library Online (Spanish)

12

Active faulting offshore SE Spain (Alboran Sea): Implications for earthquake hazard assessment in the Southern Iberian Margin (2006)

Gràcia, Eulàlia; Pallàs, Raimon; Soto, Juan Ignacio; Comas, Menchu; Moreno, Ximena; Massana, Eulàlia; Santanach, Pere; Díez, Susana; García, Margarita; Dañobeitia, Juan José
2006-01-31

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