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Journal: Geology
Published: 01 May 1995
Geology (1995) 23 (5): 476–478.
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 May 1994
Geology (1994) 22 (5): 403–406.
... sheet existed. In either case, the ice would have grounded on the plateau crest on its way out of the Arctic. Several distinct sets of relict iceberg plowmarks were discovered at present water depths from less than 450 m to at least 850 m, perhaps recording the deepest iceberg keels known. The plateau...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 November 2009
GSA Bulletin (2009) 121 (11-12): 1647–1665.
... to submarine landforms on the outer shelf, the many irregular and crosscutting furrows in our swath imagery from beyond the shelf edge are interpreted as plowmarks produced by the action of iceberg keels where they impinge on the seafloor (e.g., Woodworth-Lynas et al., 1991 ). The largest observed plowmark...
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Journal: Interpretation
Published: 12 January 2022
Interpretation (2022) 10 (1): SB63–SB76.
... is clearly conforming to structures such as four-way dip closures above salt domes and/or faults. However, when dealing with stratigraphic features, such as a channel, foresets, or glacial plowmarks, the only way to determine whether a bright spot is related to stratigraphy alone or whether it also contains...
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Journal: Geology
Published: 06 February 2019
Geology (2019) 47 (3): 284–288.
... plowmarks are common in the modern North Atlantic sea floor at 30–1000 m water depth (e.g., Kuijpers et al., 2007 ), and have been reported as far south as southern Florida, USA (24.5°N; Hill and Condron, 2014 ). This is comparable to the Hirnantian paleolatitude of the western Baltica shelf...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 May 2018
AAPG Bulletin (2018) 102 (5): 855–883.
... features are typically a few tens of meters wide, up to several kilometers long, and are mostly oriented north–south. They have been interpreted as iceberg plowmarks by Kuhlmann and Wong (2008) and Stuart and Huuse (2012) and mark the transition to arctic climatic conditions in this interval ( Kuhlmann...
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