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Facies Models. Response To Sea Level Change


CONTENTS


PART 1 - PRINCIPLES, TOOLS AND CONCEPTS

1. Facies, facies models and modern stratigraphic concepts
R.G. Walker

2. Control of sea level change
A.G. Plint, N. Eyles, C.H. Eyles and R.G. Walker

3. Subsurface facies analysis
D.J. Cant

4. Trace fossil facies models: environmental and allostratigraphic significance
S.G. Pemberton, J.A. MacEachern and R.W. Frey


PART II - TERRIGENOUS CLASTIC FACIES MODELS

5. Glacial depositional systems
N.Eyles and C.H. Eyles

6. Volcaniclastic rocks
J. Lajoie and J. Stix

7. Alluvial deposits
A.D. Miall

8. Eolian systems
M.E. Brookfield

9. Deltas
J.P. Bhattacharya and R.G. Walker

10. Transgressive barrier island and estuarine systems
G.E. Reinson

11. Tidal depositional systems
R.W. Dalrymple

12. Wave- and storm-dominated shallow marine systems
R.G. Walker and A.G. Plint

13. Turbidites and submarine fans
R.G. Walker


PART III - CARBONATE AND EVAPORITE FACIES MODELS

14. Introduction to carbonate and evaporite facies models
N.P. James and A.C. Kendall

15. Shallow platform carbonates
B. Jones and A. Desrochers

16. Peritidal carbonates
B.R. Pratt, N.P. James and C.A. Cowan

17. Reefs and mounds
N.P. James and P.-A. Bourque

18. Carbonate slopes
M. Coniglio and G.R. Dix

19. Evaporites
A.C. Kendall

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