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|Statement||by John C. Kraft.|
|Series||University of Delaware. College of Marine Studies. Technical report,, no. 9, CMS, no. 2GLO47|
|LC Classifications||GB457.75 .K73|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||72171175|
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A reconnaissance of the geology of the sandy coastal areas of eastern Greece and the Peloponnese–with special speculations on Middle-Late Helladic paleogeography (– years before present).
University of Delaware, Technical Report 9, Newark. A Reconnaissance of the Geology of the Sandy Coastal Areas of Eastern Greece and the Peloponnese.
Technical Report No. 9, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware, Newark, pp. Google Scholar. NW Greece comprises the sedimentary sequence lying west of the Pindos Mountain chain and includes the mainland sector (Epiros and Aitoloakarnania) and offshore areas in the Ionian sea. The eastern limit of the area is Pindos overthrust which trends NNW-SSE and can be followed northward by the Dinarides and Southeastward into Turkey.
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A reconnaissance of the geology of the sandy coastal areas of eastern Greece and the Peloponnese. Technical Report 9, ONR NA Newark, Delaware: College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware. Coastal geomorphological and geological archives store valuable information about the geodynamic evolution of coastal areas and the contributing geomorphodynamic processes.
The coastal geomorphology of the Lefkada– Preveza coastal zone, NW Greece, holds evidence for the influence of both gradual, low-energy and episodic, high-energy coastal processes. Situated close to the Hellenic. His book is for those who want an authoritative exposition of what archaeologists are accomplishing in Greek lands."--New York Times Book Review A Reconnaissance of the Geology of the Sandy Coastal Areas of Eastern Greece John Christian Kraft Snippet view - History / Ancient / Greece Social Science / Archaeology Social Science.
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