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Record #180915:

The Sejong Formation: evidence of volcanic activity during the Late Paleocene to Eocene in the Barton Peninsula, King George Island / Chan Min Yoo, Moon Young Choe, Hyung Rae Jo, Yaedong Kim.

Title: The Sejong Formation: evidence of volcanic activity during the Late Paleocene to Eocene in the Barton Peninsula, King George Island / Chan Min Yoo, Moon Young Choe, Hyung Rae Jo, Yaedong Kim.
Author(s): Yoo, Chan Min.
Choe, Moon Young.
Jo, Hyung Rae.
Kim, Yaedong.
Date: 2001.
Publisher: Ansan, Korea: Polar Sciences Laboratory, Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute
In: Proceedings of the joint international seminar Recent Interests on Antarctic Earth Sciences of Korea and Japan. (2001.),
Abstract: Describes sedimentary facies of syn- and inter-eruptive deposits of Sejong Formation, and volcanic activity in Barton Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. On basis of sedimentary textures, primary sedimentary structures and bed geometries, Formation is divided into five sedimentary facies: disorganized matrix-supported conglomerate (A); disorganized clast-supported conglomerate (B); stratified clast-supported conglomerate (C); thin=bedded sandstone (D); and lappilli tuff (E). Sedimentary processes are interpreted as gravel-bearing mudflow or muddy debris flow for A; cohesionless debris flow for B; unconfined or poorly confined hyperconcentrated flood flow and sheet flood for C; subordinate bedload traction for D; and pyroclastic debris flow for E. Results indicate active volcanism occurred around Barton Peninsula during Late Paleocene to Eocene.
Notes:

In: Proceedings of the joint international seminar Recent Interests on Antarctic Earth Sciences of Korea and Japan / Y. Kim, B.K. Khim, eds.

Keywords: 551.1/.4 -- Geology.
551.217 -- Volcanic products.
551.217.2 -- Lapilli, ashes and other loose volcanic products.
551.3.051 -- Sedimentation and stratification.
551.781.3 -- Palaeocene.
551.781.4 -- Eocene.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1978- Korean Antarctic Research Program.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1999-2000 KARP.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*726.1) -- South Shetland Islands.
(*726.14) -- King George Island group.
SPRI record no.: 180915

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520 3# ‡aDescribes sedimentary facies of syn- and inter-eruptive deposits of Sejong Formation, and volcanic activity in Barton Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. On basis of sedimentary textures, primary sedimentary structures and bed geometries, Formation is divided into five sedimentary facies: disorganized matrix-supported conglomerate (A); disorganized clast-supported conglomerate (B); stratified clast-supported conglomerate (C); thin=bedded sandstone (D); and lappilli tuff (E). Sedimentary processes are interpreted as gravel-bearing mudflow or muddy debris flow for A; cohesionless debris flow for B; unconfined or poorly confined hyperconcentrated flood flow and sheet flood for C; subordinate bedload traction for D; and pyroclastic debris flow for E. Results indicate active volcanism occurred around Barton Peninsula during Late Paleocene to Eocene.
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