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Journal Article
Published: 07 May 2009
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2009) 46 (3): 193-205.
...Charles T. Schafer; Franco S. Medioli Abstract Sediment cores collected from the landward side of a baymouth barrier in a lower estuarine environment of Chezzetcook Inlet contain proxy “signals” of onshore-directed storms that are manifested by the sudden appearance of benthic and planktic...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1993
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1993) 30 (7): 1374-1384.
...S. C. Jennings; R. W. G. Carter; J. D. Orford Abstract Pollen data illustrating a 2000-year record of salt marsh development have been obtained from a variety of outer-estuarine settings in close proximity to the present gravel-dominated coastal barriers at Chezzetcook Inlet, Nova Scotia...
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Fig. 1.   Map of <b>Chezzetcook</b> <b>Inlet</b> showing the location of cores 9 and 10 (...
Published: 07 May 2009
Fig. 1. Map of Chezzetcook Inlet showing the location of cores 9 and 10 (in detailed inset) about 10 m behind the baymouth barrier and the distribution of Foraminifera assemblage-defined marsh, estuarine, and open bay environments that were determined initially in a study by Scott (1977
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Maps of the three areas discussed in this paper. A) <b>Chezzetcook</b> <b>Inlet</b>, Nova...
Published: 01 April 2005
F igure 1. Maps of the three areas discussed in this paper. A) Chezzetcook Inlet, Nova Scotia, with the three sites indicated (after Scott and others, 2001 ); B) North Inlet, South Carolina; with short cores 1–3 from Transect 6 (after Collins, 1996 ); C) partial map of northwestern North
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Summary of Figures 2 –6    , Site 1, <b>Chezzetcook</b> <b>Inlet</b>, L = Living, T = Tot...
Published: 01 April 2005
T able 1. Summary of Figures 2 –6 , Site 1, Chezzetcook Inlet, L = Living, T = Total.
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Summary of Figures 7 –10   , sites 2a, 2b, <b>Chezzetcook</b> <b>Inlet</b>; L = Living, T...
Published: 01 April 2005
T able 2. Summary of Figures 7 –10 , sites 2a, 2b, Chezzetcook Inlet; L = Living, T = Total.
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Summary of Site 3, Figures 11 –13  , <b>Chezzetcook</b> <b>Inlet</b>; L = living, T = tot...
Published: 01 April 2005
T able 3. Summary of Site 3, Figures 11 –13 , Chezzetcook Inlet; L = living, T = total.
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2005
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2005) 35 (2): 130-147.
...F igure 1. Maps of the three areas discussed in this paper. A) Chezzetcook Inlet, Nova Scotia, with the three sites indicated (after Scott and others, 2001 ); B) North Inlet, South Carolina; with short cores 1–3 from Transect 6 (after Collins, 1996 ); C) partial map of northwestern North...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2019
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2019) 49 (3): 259-274.
... rotalids Helenina anderseni and Elphidium williamsoni . Specimens were taken from a laboratory mesocosm representing Chezzetcook Inlet, a cool-temperate salt marsh in eastern Canada. We determined culture requirements for the agglutinated foraminifera in Petri dishes over 10–12 week periods. Five...
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Fig. 5.   Graphical representation of possible local benthic and planktic F...
Published: 07 May 2009
Fig. 5. Graphical representation of possible local benthic and planktic Foraminifera test transport characteristics under a range of tidal and storm conditions near the southeastern, barrier-protected part of Chezzetcook Inlet. As storm-driven onshore-directed transport processes intensify
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 January 2014
GSA Bulletin (2014) 126 (3-4): 459-480.
..., washover deposits, a paleo-inlet, and a backbarrier lowland, formed in a protected cove with ample sediment supply from small local streams and the erosion of upland sediments. Similar signatures of the mid-Holocene highstand can be traced across all coastal Brazilian states. This study presents the first...
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Location map. Numbers indicate other cores and studies mentioned in the tex...
in > Palynology
Published: 01 January 2003
( Keigwin and Jones, 1995 ); 12- Laurentian Channel ( Simard and de Vernal, 1998 ); 13- SW Grand Banks Rise ( Simard and de Vernal, 1998 ; Lapointe, 2000 ); 14- Laurentian Fan ( Keigwin and Jones, 1995 ); 15- Fogo Seamount ( Mudie, 1992 ). Bays sites : A- Mahone Bay ( Mudie, 1980 ); B- Chezzetcook Inlet
Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 01 January 2003
Palynology (2003) 27 (1): 135-154.
... ( Keigwin and Jones, 1995 ); 12- Laurentian Channel ( Simard and de Vernal, 1998 ); 13- SW Grand Banks Rise ( Simard and de Vernal, 1998 ; Lapointe, 2000 ); 14- Laurentian Fan ( Keigwin and Jones, 1995 ); 15- Fogo Seamount ( Mudie, 1992 ). Bays sites : A- Mahone Bay ( Mudie, 1980 ); B- Chezzetcook Inlet...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2004
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2004) 34 (2): 130-143.
... the above morphologic categorical system (Fig. 5 ) ( Scott and others, 1980 ). The Chezzetcook Marsh occurs at approximately 45°N and the environment is estuarine dominated where water depths range from 0–10 meters. Figure 5 illustrates a distinct shift in the total foraminiferal population from largely...
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