At this latitude, the Palaeozoic accretionary
processes that occurred in the ancient southwestern margin of Gondwana start with the Cuyania collision to Gondwana (old Pampia terrane), causing to Famatinian orogeny in Ordovician times (Fig.
Lance P, Henry P, Le Pichon X (1998) Submersible study of mud volcanoes seaward of the Barbados accretionary
wedge: sedimentology, structure and rheology.
Others include that they may be accretionary
lapilli formed in volcanic ash eruptions, impact spherules formed in impact events, or devitrification spherules resulting from formation of crystals from formerly melted material.
The relationship between the context of rumour and gossip, and what we might call narrative, is likewise ambiguous primarily because, being a accretionary
process, rumour and gossip are part of the stuff of narrative formation itself; therefore, both narrative, proto-narrative and fact-statements co-mingle in a confusing sea of face-to-face verbal transmission (on narrative and ambiguousgenres see: Oring 1986: 121-122; Victor 1993: 72-73; De Vos 1996: 6).
Cuticle fragments of olenellid trilobites, for example, reveal minute pores and the details of terrace ridges (Butterfield and Nicholas 1996, figs 3.1-2), while shell layers from organo-phosphatic brachiopods exhibit a concentric accretionary
pattern and sometimes a porous or granular texture (Fig.
They suggest that "existing survey information is inadequate to exclude the possibility of earlier Holocene human occupation" and predict that earlier sites may be found on low energy beach deposits and behind accretionary
coastal barriers (e.g.
Basin development in an accretionary
, oceanic-floored fore-arc setting: southern coastal Ecuador during Late Cretaceous-Late Eocene time, Am.
Eighteen contributed chapters honoring Windley's influence are arranged in sections on oceanic and island arc systems and continental growth, the tectonics of accretionary
orogens and continental growth, growth and stabilization of continental crust (collisions and intraplate processes), Precambrian tectonics and the birth of continents, and active tectonics and geomorphology of continental collision and growth zones.
and Parson L.M., "Accretionary
margin of northeastern Hispaniola-morphology, structure and development of a part of the North America-Caribbean plate boundary", Mar.Pet.Geol., 9:70-88, 1992.
However, traces of accretionary
lobes extending landwards to the south-east are evident along the southern shores of Al Aryam and suggest that the island is a composite of two former islands that probably nucleated on the vestiges of two(?) former seif dunes, eventually being linked by marine deposition in the form of beach bar sands.
Post Jurassic-aged subduction of the peridotites emplaced them under the growing Franciscan accretionary
Is the British system of democracy based on incrementalism and accretionary
precedent a recipe for disaster for modernist planning?