흑산니대의 기원과 퇴적역사에 대한 고찰

Title
흑산니대의 기원과 퇴적역사에 대한 고찰
Alternative Title
Origin and sedimentary processes of the Huksan Mud Belt, southeastern Yellow Sea: a review
Author(s)
이희준
Alternative Author(s)
이희준
Publication Year
2014-09-30
Abstract
The Huksan Mud Belt (HMB) is one of the most prominent Holocene mud deposits in the Yellow Sea, located along the southwestern corner of the Korean Peninsula (Fig. 1). It is comprised consistently of silt and clay with a maximum thickness up to 50 m accounting for a huge coastal sediment volume on the order of 40– 300 km3. Because it has formed on the Korean side opposite to the Chinese side over which the rivers Yellow and Changjiang dominate, many sedimentologists have paid attention to this intriguing deposit since the first seismic investigation by Werner et al. (1984). The leading subject for the HMB was concerned with its origin, whether it was derived from the Korean rivers.p to 50 m accounting for a huge coastal sediment volume on the order of 40– 300 km3. Because it has formed on the Korean side opposite to the Chinese side over which the rivers Yellow and Changjiang dominate, many sedimentologists have paid attention to this intriguing deposit since the first seismic investigation by Werner et al. (1984). The leading subject for the HMB was concerned with its origin, whether it was derived from the Korean rivers.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/26011
Bibliographic Citation
International Workshop on Quaternary Shelf Mud, pp.6 - 11, 2014
Publisher
Korea
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
Korea
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