RESEARCH PROPOSAL

hydratesevaluating methane hydrates a potential energy source, studying relations between hydrate dynamics and submarine slope failures, and understanding the interactions between methane hydrate and climate change. coral reef geology and oceanographyproviding scientific understanding of the natural physical processes and human-induced impacts that critically influence the development and sustainability of u.

CESAM » Research Groups - Oceanography and Marine Geology

seafloor mapping and benthic habitat studies: atlanticmonitoring and assessing diverse marine habitats at stellwagen and georges banks to preserve and support a large fishing industry. in marine geology and geophysics concentrates on: i) coastal and estuarine sediment dynamics, their impact on populations and link with climate changes; ii) deep-sea research, in particular of mud volcanism, gas hydrates and associated ecosystems in areas of hydrocarbon-rich fluid expulsion; iii) application and development of geophysical methods for characterization and monitoring of harbour areas, identification of areas of sand and gravel and monitoring of shallow gas occurrences.

Summary of Research Proposal « Geology | Allegheny College

the findings should serve as unusual insight into the evolution and marine flooding of foreland basins including aspects of large-scale current circulation within the basin. model applications and field measurementsfield measurements, instrumentation and modeling applications for supporting coastal and marine researchcoral microbial ecologystudying of the relationship of coral-associated microorganisms to each other, the coral host, and to their environment.

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, mesozoic systems of the rocky mountain region, usa: society of economic paleontologists and mineralogists society for sedimetary geology, p. usgs conducts a wide variety of research in coastal and marine environments to support scientific understanding, develop tools and technology, and provide maps, data, and other information needed by resource managers and decision-makers.

Research - USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program

in marine geology and geophysics concentrates on: i) coastal and estuarine sediment dynamics, their impact on populations and link with climate changes; ii) deep-sea research, in particular of mud volcanism, gas hydrates and associated ecosystems in areas of hydrocarbon-rich fluid expulsion; iii) application and development of geophysical methods for characterization and monitoring of harbour areas, identification of areas of sand and gravel and monitoring of shallow gas occurrences. the main objectives for future research within the omg group include:- the establishment of an oceanic observatory for the iberian northern margin, based on eulerian buoys and operational models;- to better understand the dynamics of the iberian upwelling ecosystem, its changes through time, the phytoplankton dynamics, the larval connectivity patterns, and to use numerical modelling to understand and predict alterations of recruitment mechanisms in coastal species in response to global changes;- to study estuarine and coastal processes, ocean estuary-exchanges, based on satellite data and on high resolution biophysical models (circulation and biogeochemistry) under climate change scenarios;- to define the environmental conditions to proper aquaculture exploration, using biophysical models;- to study estuarine dynamics at a finer scale in ports and harbours using high resolution circulation and transport models;- to apply newly developed techniques of seismic imaging to better understand the thermohaline structure of the ocean;- to create gis-based environmental sensitivity index (esi) maps for the aveiro coastal zone;- to characterize and map areas of natural gas seepage to the atmosphere both in estuarine systems and the deep sea, and to assess the potential impact of massive methane releases from the ocean on climate change;- to investigate sand and gravel occurrences on the portuguese continental shelf and to assess their economic potential and the environmental impacts of their exploitation;- to develop new methods for underwater navigation of autonomous underwater vehicles (auvs) using geophysical information (collaboration with isr/ist);- to study the geology and geophysics of mud volcanoes (collaboration with morocco);- to develop a land based remote sensing system, with high temporal resolution, based in artificial vision to survey nearshore wave parameters and beach morphological parameters.

Geologic Research Opportunities in the Parks

main objective of this group is to conduct interdisciplinary research in earth sciences, in the fields of physical oceanography and coastal and deep sea marine geology and geophysics. group integrates two laboratories: a)physical oceanography (lpo); and b)marine geology and geophysics (lmgg).

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCES

main objective of this group is to conduct interdisciplinary research in earth sciences, in the fields of physical oceanography and coastal and deep sea marine geology and geophysics. following summary of my research proposal serves to explain the goals and nature of my work.

Book Series: Developments in Marine Geology

geologic framework to coastal vulnerability along the delmarva peninsulaunderstanding how storm events and longer-term changes control coastal vulnerability and evolution by linking the region's sediment sources, transport pathways, and sinks to its physical processesmarine aggregate resources and processesproviding information about offshore aggregate deposits such as grain size, composition, and extent, to support resource and habitat assessments, and sustainability.-resolution geologic mapping offshore of massachusettsmapping sea-floor geology and sedimentary environments that is fundamental for managing activities along massachusetts' inner continental shelf.

Marine Geology in Antarctica

antarctic marine geology research facility (amgrf) is a national repository for geological materials collected in polar regions. most recently, detailed studies of hydrodynamic indicators preserved within the kk3 document a high-energy tidal sea origin, similar to modern north sea settings, associated with southward marine inundation of the foreland basin (spinelli, 2001; widrig, 2000).

west coast and alaska marine geohazardsusing the power of modern mapping and seismic technology to gather detailed seafloor data can directly impact human life and cities by improving earthquake and tsunami forecasts. the main objectives for future research within the omg group include:- the establishment of an oceanic observatory for the iberian northern margin, based on eulerian buoys and operational models;- to better understand the dynamics of the iberian upwelling ecosystem, its changes through time, the phytoplankton dynamics, the larval connectivity patterns, and to use numerical modelling to understand and predict alterations of recruitment mechanisms in coastal species in response to global changes;- to study estuarine and coastal processes, ocean estuary-exchanges, based on satellite data and on high resolution biophysical models (circulation and biogeochemistry) under climate change scenarios;- to define the environmental conditions to proper aquaculture exploration, using biophysical models;- to study estuarine dynamics at a finer scale in ports and harbours using high resolution circulation and transport models;- to apply newly developed techniques of seismic imaging to better understand the thermohaline structure of the ocean;- to create gis-based environmental sensitivity index (esi) maps for the aveiro coastal zone;- to characterize and map areas of natural gas seepage to the atmosphere both in estuarine systems and the deep sea, and to assess the potential impact of massive methane releases from the ocean on climate change;- to investigate sand and gravel occurrences on the portuguese continental shelf and to assess their economic potential and the environmental impacts of their exploitation;- to develop new methods for underwater navigation of autonomous underwater vehicles (auvs) using geophysical information (collaboration with isr/ist);- to study the geology and geophysics of mud volcanoes (collaboration with morocco);- to develop a land based remote sensing system, with high temporal resolution, based in artificial vision to survey nearshore wave parameters and beach morphological parameters.

research on marine mineral and energy resources includes sand and gravel in the continental shelf, co-rich polymetallic crusts and nodules, hydrocarbons (oil gas and gas hydrates), and assessment of impacts of offshore exploitation/dredging activities. immediately south of my proposed field area, the unit exhibits physical properties that indicate deposition in a shallow, tide-dominated, marine seaway that temporarily flooded the western montana region about 120 million years ago (fig.

Research proposal marine geology

group integrates two laboratories: a)physical oceanography (lpo); and b)marine geology and geophysics (lmgg). for science and resource managementutilizing multi-spectral remote sensing to study coastal-marine and terrestrial environments.

the occurrence of thick bodies of chemically stable and mechanically durable quartz sand and paleo-environmental evidence within the kk3 led vuke-foster (1987) to suggest a non-specific shallow marine origin with source areas located east of the foreland basin in the tectonically stable continental interior. mapping offshore of rhode islandmapping sea-floor geology and sedimentary environments is fundamental for managing activities along rhode island's inner continental shelf.

, 1987, marine tongue in the middle kootenai formation north of helena, montana, in berg, r. research on marine mineral and energy resources includes sand and gravel in the continental shelf, co-rich polymetallic crusts and nodules, hydrocarbons (oil gas and gas hydrates), and assessment of impacts of offshore exploitation/dredging activities.
., 1986, sedimentation in tectonically partitioned, non-marine foreland basin: the lower cretaceous kootenai formation, southwestern montana: geological society of america bulletin, v.-level rise hazards and decision supportusing combined scientific expertise in geology, hydrology, geography, biology, and ecology to understand and address the effects of sea-level rise on the nation's coasts.

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