2 edition of Biostratification and classification of Russian Sapropels = found in the catalog.
Biostratification and classification of Russian Sapropels =
Nitna VitalК№evna Korde
by National Lending Library for Science and Technology in Boston Spa, Yorkshire
Written in English
|Statement||by N. V. Korde ; translated by J. E. S. Bradley ; edited by K. E. Marshall|
|Series||Translation of Russian book|
|Contributions||Bradley, J. E. S, Marshall, K. E., Korde, Nitna Vitalʹevna.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||165|
Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Mothly Index Of Russian Accessions No.1" See other formats. units rich in organic carbon (referred to as sapropels) have been recognized across the Mediterranean Sea (e.g., Rohling, ; Murat and Göt, ; van der Meer et al., ). These deposits are extraordinary because under normal conditions a large proportion of the organic matter in the ocean is readily oxidized and consumed by bacterial.
sapropel[′saprə‚pel] (geology) A mud, slime, or ooze deposited in more or less open water. Sapropel freshwater silt deposits containing large amounts of organic matter—for example, lignin and humus complexes, carbohydrates, and bitumens—in a colloidal state. Sapropels are used in medicine (physical therapy) for applications and diluted baths. A comparative study of the geochemical and mineralogical characteristics of the S1 sapropel in the western and eastern Mediterranean F. Mart|¤nez-Ruiza;,A. Paytanb,M. Kastnerc,J.M. Gonza¤lez-Donosod, D. Linaresd,S.M. Bernasconie,F.J. Jimenez-Espejoa a InstitutoAndaluzde Cienciasdela Tierra (CSIC-UGR), Campus Fuentenueva, Granada,Spain b Department of Geologicaland .
About sapropel Sapropel use opportunities Sapropels («sapros»- rotten, and «pelos» - mud, silt) are centuries-old benthic sediments of freshwater pools which were formed from the defunct water flora, living beings remnants, plankton and the soil detritus particles . Tyumen Oblast is a federal subject of Russia. It is geographically located in the Western Siberia region of Siberia, and is administratively part of the Urals Federal District. The oblast has administrative jurisdiction over two autonomous okrugs: Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Tyumen Oblast including its autonomous okrugs is the third-largest federal subject by area, Country: Russia.
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Sapropel, unconsolidated sedimentary deposit rich in bituminous substances. It is distinguished from peat in being rich in fatty and waxy substances and poor in cellulosic material. When consolidated into rock, sapropel becomes oil shale, bituminous shale, or boghead coal.
Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 36) Abstract The remains of all the groups of invertebrates in a cm long sediment core taken from the main basin of the lake and corresponding to about years have been examined and : N.
Smirnov. Grif i K, Moscow-Tula (in Russian with English summary). Korde N.V. Biostratification and typology of Russian sapropels (original: Biostratifikaciya i tipologiya russkich sapropelei), Academy of Sciences of USSR, Moscow (in Russian).
Korovchisky N. Studies on pelagic crustacean zooplankton of Lake Glubokoe in Sapropels are formed in anaerobic conditions as the result of physical and chemical, as well as biological transformations of the lakes’ aquatic organisms provided different levels of the mineral and organic components involvement from terrigenous flow.
The lakes flowage factor plays a great role in the benthic sediments formation. Beds (inclusive) of Plavsk RS of the Russian Plate.
Author is grateful to Pavel Beznosov for samples and co operation. A new methodological approach on Lauri-noxylon and the importance of the oil &/or mucilage cells TALK IN SESSION S5 Mantzouka, Dimitra1 [email protected]]; Sakala, Jakub2; Karakitsios, Vasileios1.
PETROGRAPHY AND MINERALOGY OF SAPROPELS PELAGIC NANNO-OOZE GRAY Biostratification and classification of Russian Sapropels = book SAPROPEL Figure 2.
Pelagic sapropels from the Mediterranean Ridge. The sapropelitic series are sharply interbedded with the hemipelagic deposits of Site In each series, a layer of plastic gray marl ooze underlies and, generally, overlies the black sapropel bed.
Mediterranean sapropels are layerswith elevatedorganiccarbon concentrationsthatcontrast with surrounding sediments, which are organic poor.
Sapropels occur (quasi-) periodically in sedimentary sequences of the last million years, and exist both in the eastern and western Mediterranean sub-basins. They have been the. The book uniquely combines practical material on techniques and water quality management with basic algal taxonomy and the role of algae as bioindicators.
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English-speaking readers of this book have to keep in mind the following details concerning. Sapropelic coal. Written By: Sapropelic coal, hydrogen-rich coal, including cannel coal and boghead coal (see torbanite), derived from sapropels (loose deposits of sedimentary rock rich in hydrocarbons) and characterized by a dull black, sometimes waxy lustre.
Lev Berg, ichthyologist of Central Asia and European Russia Yuli Berkovich, experimented with seed germination in zero gravity Nikolai Bernstein, neurophysiologist, coined the term biomechanics. Abstract. The results of studies of the hydrobiological regime of three sapropel lakes in Novosibirsk region in are presented.
The biological production of the examined lakes, the composition and biomass of dominating species–producers of organic matter (phyto- and zooplankton, macrophytes) is determined, and the sedimentation rate of plankton and phytodetritus is by: 6.
Request PDF | Diagenetic transformation of organic matter in sapropel sediments of small lakes (southern West Siberia and eastern Transbaikalia) | Sapropels, biogenic lake sediments, are. 30 weight percent. These organic-rich layers, called sapropels, are centimeters to decimeters thick, and they are embedded in light brown to grey hemipelagic sediments.
The origin of sapropels is thought to be related to paleoclimatic changes in the Mediterranean area. One of the very few complete hemipelagic successions in Mediterranean is. Four sapropels (S1, S3, S4, S5) are visibly identiﬁed in core LC21 by distinct colour and lithological changes, from olive-grey, ﬁne-grained nannofossil ooze/clay admixtures to much darker layers rich in organic matter (sapropels) (Fig.
An ‘interruption’ to sapropel deposition is evident in S4 and to a lesser extent in S1 (Fig. 2).File Size: 6MB.
Sapropels, biogenic lake sediments, are characterized by a reduction type of diagenesis, during which decomposition of organic compounds, modification of the pore water chemical composition and precipitation of authigenic minerals, mostly pyrite, by: 1.
main features of sapropels, we present, as a case study, the sapropel S1 in a sediment core (ET M11) collected in the Ionian Sea. 2 Sapropels across the Mediterranean Most of the literature on sapropels consid-ers the eastern Mediterranean, where these layers have been at ﬁrst discovered and deﬁned.
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Bosch,2,3 J.S. Sinninghe Damsté,2,3 and J.W. de Leeuw2,3 ABSTRACT Organic geochemical data are presented for two Pliocene sapropels recovered during Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Leg in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin.
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