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Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005
Hamoumi, N.; Henriet, J.P.; Kenyon, N.; Suzyumov, A.E. (Ed.) (2005). Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197. UNESCO: Paris. 71, III annexes pp.
Part of: IOC Workshop Report. UNESCO: Paris, more

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Keywords
    International Geosphere-Biosphere program; Marine

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  • Hamoumi, N., editor
  • Henriet, J.P., editor, more
  • Kenyon, N., editor
  • Suzyumov, A.E., editor

Content
  • Henriet, J.-P. (2005). Decrypting the message of carbonate mounds: from outcrop to ocean drilling, in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 3, more
  • Depreiter, D.; Foubert, A.; Henriet, J.-P. (2005). Geofluid pumping in carbonate mound systems: a factor for growth and stabilisation?, in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 16, more
  • Foubert, A.; Maignien, L.; Beck, T.; Depreiter, D.; Blamart, D.; Henriet, J.-P. (2005). Pen Duick escarpment on the Moroccan margin: a new mound lab?, in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 17, more
  • De Boever, E.; Depreiter, D.; Foubert, A.; El Moumni, B.; Swennen, R.; Henriet, J.-P. (2005). Acoustic seafloor observations and carbonate sedimentology off Morocco: initial results, in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 18, more
  • Depreiter, D.; Poort, J.; Van Rensbergen, P.; Henriet, J.-P. (2005). Geophysical evidence of gas hydrate presence in shallow mud volcanoes (El Arraiche mud volcanoe field, Morrocan margin), in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 19-20, more
  • Depreiter, D. (2005). Origin and activity of giant mud volcanoes on the Moroccan margin, in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 20-21, more
  • Korost, D.V.; Akhmanov, G.G.; Ivanov, M.R.; Henriet, J.-P.; Sarantzev, E.S. (2005). Physical properties of "exotic" sandstones from mud volcanic deposits in the Morrocan mud volcanic province (Morrocan continental margine, the Gulf of Cadiz), in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 28-29, more
  • Van Rensbergen, P.; Depreiter, D.; Pannemans, B.; Rachidi, M.; Ivanov, M.K.; Henriet, J.-P. (2005). Sea floor expression of sediment extrusion and intrusion at the El Arraiche mud volcanoe field, Gulf of Cadiz, in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 29-30, more
  • Bouimetarhan, I.; Foubert, A.; Slimane, A.; Henriet, J.-P.; Ivanov, M.; Hamoumi, N. (2005). Planktonic Foraminifera assemblages: an indicator of Pleistocene-Holocene paleoenvironmental changes in southeastern Sardinia margin and in Stromboli basin, in: Hamoumi, N. et al. (Ed.) Geosphere-Biosphere coupling processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and North African margins, International conference and Post-Cruise meeting of the Training-Through-Research programme, Marrakech, Morocco, 2-5 February 2005. IOC Workshop Report, 197: pp. 44, more

Abstract
    The annual international post-cruise meeting and research Conference on ‘Geosphere-BiosphereCoupling Processes: the TTR interdisciplinary approach towards studies of the European and NorthAfrican margins’ was organized by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) ofUNESCO and its Training-through-Research (TTR) programme together with the Geosphere-BiosphereCoupling Processes Consortium of the universities and research institutions of Morocco (GBCPMorocco)and Ghent University (Belgium). It considered the results of the TTR14 (2004) cruise to theGulf of Cadiz and the Mediterranean Sea, results of some other TTR cruises carried out at the Europeanand North Atlantic margins and in the Central Atlantic, and other national and international projectsrelevant to subjects of the TTR research. The Conference had dual but complementary tasks: to discussthe most recent achievements in interdisciplinary research mostly on ocean margins and to providestudents, including Ph.D. students, with a forum to present and discuss their research results. It had yetanother target: to contribute in a wider sense to capacity building in countries of the South.The Conference took place in Marrakech, Morocco (2-5 February 2005). The meeting brought togethernearly 70 participants from sixteen countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy,Morocco, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Spain, Switzerland andthe United Kingdom. Attending were researchers and students with different specialties (geology,sedimentology, geophysics, geochemistry, microbiology, biology, etc.) and research interests falling inthe area of the conference themes. In total 37 oral and nine poster presentations were made groupedaround several themes like mud volcanoes, fluid venting, carbonate mounds, slope processes,geohazards etc.

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