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Items related to Engineering for Calcareous Sediments Volume . This book compiles the papers presented at the International Conference on Calcareous Sediments held in 1988.
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Engineering for Calcareous Sediments : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Bahrain, 21-24 February 1999.
33 general papers on various, global projects, covering a range of topics related to both on and off-shore deposits of carbonate soils. Engineering for Calcareous Sediments : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Bahrain, 21-24 February 1999.
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Calcareous sediments are usually deposited in shallow water near land, since the carbonate is precipitated by marine organisms that need land-derived nutrients. Generally speaking, the farther from land sediments fall, the less calcareous they are. Some areas can have interbedded calcareous sediments due to storms, or changes in ocean currents. Calcareous ooze is a form of calcium carbonate derived from planktonic organisms that accumulates on the sea floor. This can only occur if the ocean is shallower than the carbonate compensation depth (CCD).
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