Characterization of mineral and organic fractions of the geomorphologic compartments of the Western Paris Basin: typology and application to sedimentary transfers between surficial deposits (Marais Vernier, Normandy, France) and application to Holocene fluvio-palustrine deposits (Seine Valley). - INSU - Institut national des sciences de l'Univers Access content directly
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Characterization of mineral and organic fractions of the geomorphologic compartments of the Western Paris Basin: typology and application to sedimentary transfers between surficial deposits (Marais Vernier, Normandy, France) and application to Holocene fluvio-palustrine deposits (Seine Valley).

Abstract

Except ancient tectonic structures, the main morphological elements of the western Paris Basin are essentially associated to the Quaternary periglacial climates.
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hal-00089069 , version 1 (09-08-2006)

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David Sebag, Benoît B. Laignel, Christian Di Giovanni, A. Durand, Millena Frouin. Characterization of mineral and organic fractions of the geomorphologic compartments of the Western Paris Basin: typology and application to sedimentary transfers between surficial deposits (Marais Vernier, Normandy, France) and application to Holocene fluvio-palustrine deposits (Seine Valley).. 22nd IAS Meeting of Sedimentology, Sep 2003, Opatija, Croatia. pp.192. ⟨hal-00089069⟩
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