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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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The time of Gog's invasion in Ezekiel 38 and 39

Johnson, Stephen L. January 1983 (has links)
Thesis (Th. M.)--Grace Theological Seminary, 1983. / Abstract. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 94-102).
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Sedimentology, ichnology and sequence stratigraphy of the Lower Cambrian Gog Group, southern Rocky Mountains, Canada

Desjardins, Patricio Rafael 06 April 2011
<p>The architecture, distribution and facies of sandstone bodies in the Gog Group of the southern Rocky Mountains of western Canada record the dynamics of sand movement on the broad continental shelf of West Laurentia during the Early Cambrian phase of worldwide transgression. This study focuses on the stratigraphy, sedimentology and ichnology in the Bow Valley region, specifically the sector from Mount Assiniboine northwest to the North Saskatchewan River. The objectives of this project were several-fold: (1) revise the existing stratigraphic nomenclature; (2) document the sedimentary facies; (3) identify facies assemblages and interpret them in terms of sedimentary processes and environments; (4) characterize sandstone body geometries; (5) develop a sequence-stratigraphic framework; (6) document trace-fossil occurrences; and (7) characterize different trace-fossil assemblages in terms of colonization trends and prevailing paleoenvironmental conditions.</p> <p>The Gog Group in this area has historically comprised four units, the Fort Mountain, Lake Louise, St. Piran and Peyto formations. North of Bow Pass an additional unit, the Jasper Formation, occurs below the Fort Mountain Formation and is related to accommodation created by active rift-faulting during the latest Neoproterozoic. In the Lake Louise and Lake O'Hara area, four new formal subdivisions within the St. Piran Formation are proposed: Lake O'Hara, Lake Oesa, Lake Moraine and Wiwaxy Peaks members.</p> <p>The sequence stratigraphy of tide-dominated setting has yet not been fully explored. The stratal architecture of the Lake O'Hara and Lake Oesa members reveals a new mechanism for the formation of the regressive surface of marine erosion landward of the lever point of balance between sedimentation and erosion in the subtidal environment. As the shoreline is forced to regress with falling sea level, the laterally continuous tidal flats advance and the preexisting shallow-subtidal compound dunes are scoured by strong tidal currents that carve gradually a new equilibrium profile. We argue that the accretion of intertidal flats on top of subtidal sands is an overlooked yet predictable component of falling-stage systems tracts in tide-dominated settings.</p> <p>The Gog Group also offers an opportunity to explore animal-sediment relationships in a high-energy setting, during the early phase of Phanerozoic diversification. The presence of constrasting ichnofabrics within a single Early Cambrian sand-sheet complex illuminates how the colonisation trends of suspension and detritus feeders were controlled by factors specific to the various subenvironments.<p> <p>The variety of sandbody types in the Gog Group reflects varying sediment supply and location on the inner continental shelf. Five types of compound cross-stratified sandstone are distinguished based on foreset geometry, sedimentary structures and internal heterogeneity. These represent five broad categories of subtidal sandbodies: (1) compound-dune fields; (2) sand sheets; (3) sand ridges; and (4) patchy dunes. Trace-fossil distribution in these tide-dominated sand bodies and adjacent sediments is mostly controlled by an interplay of substrate mobility, grain size, turbidity, water-column productivity, and sediment organic matter. Salinity is a critical factor in marginal-marine locations but played no role in this region of the shelf.</p>
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Sedimentology, ichnology and sequence stratigraphy of the Lower Cambrian Gog Group, southern Rocky Mountains, Canada

Desjardins, Patricio Rafael 06 April 2011 (has links)
<p>The architecture, distribution and facies of sandstone bodies in the Gog Group of the southern Rocky Mountains of western Canada record the dynamics of sand movement on the broad continental shelf of West Laurentia during the Early Cambrian phase of worldwide transgression. This study focuses on the stratigraphy, sedimentology and ichnology in the Bow Valley region, specifically the sector from Mount Assiniboine northwest to the North Saskatchewan River. The objectives of this project were several-fold: (1) revise the existing stratigraphic nomenclature; (2) document the sedimentary facies; (3) identify facies assemblages and interpret them in terms of sedimentary processes and environments; (4) characterize sandstone body geometries; (5) develop a sequence-stratigraphic framework; (6) document trace-fossil occurrences; and (7) characterize different trace-fossil assemblages in terms of colonization trends and prevailing paleoenvironmental conditions.</p> <p>The Gog Group in this area has historically comprised four units, the Fort Mountain, Lake Louise, St. Piran and Peyto formations. North of Bow Pass an additional unit, the Jasper Formation, occurs below the Fort Mountain Formation and is related to accommodation created by active rift-faulting during the latest Neoproterozoic. In the Lake Louise and Lake O'Hara area, four new formal subdivisions within the St. Piran Formation are proposed: Lake O'Hara, Lake Oesa, Lake Moraine and Wiwaxy Peaks members.</p> <p>The sequence stratigraphy of tide-dominated setting has yet not been fully explored. The stratal architecture of the Lake O'Hara and Lake Oesa members reveals a new mechanism for the formation of the regressive surface of marine erosion landward of the lever point of balance between sedimentation and erosion in the subtidal environment. As the shoreline is forced to regress with falling sea level, the laterally continuous tidal flats advance and the preexisting shallow-subtidal compound dunes are scoured by strong tidal currents that carve gradually a new equilibrium profile. We argue that the accretion of intertidal flats on top of subtidal sands is an overlooked yet predictable component of falling-stage systems tracts in tide-dominated settings.</p> <p>The Gog Group also offers an opportunity to explore animal-sediment relationships in a high-energy setting, during the early phase of Phanerozoic diversification. The presence of constrasting ichnofabrics within a single Early Cambrian sand-sheet complex illuminates how the colonisation trends of suspension and detritus feeders were controlled by factors specific to the various subenvironments.<p> <p>The variety of sandbody types in the Gog Group reflects varying sediment supply and location on the inner continental shelf. Five types of compound cross-stratified sandstone are distinguished based on foreset geometry, sedimentary structures and internal heterogeneity. These represent five broad categories of subtidal sandbodies: (1) compound-dune fields; (2) sand sheets; (3) sand ridges; and (4) patchy dunes. Trace-fossil distribution in these tide-dominated sand bodies and adjacent sediments is mostly controlled by an interplay of substrate mobility, grain size, turbidity, water-column productivity, and sediment organic matter. Salinity is a critical factor in marginal-marine locations but played no role in this region of the shelf.</p>
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A poética híbrida da pós-modernidade nos raps de GOG : poeta periferia

Miranda, Eugênia Francisca de Souza 19 November 2013 (has links)
Dissertação (mestrado)—Universidade de Brasília, Instituto de Letras, Departamento de Teoria Literária e Literaturas, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Literatura, 2013. / Submitted by Alaíde Gonçalves dos Santos (alaide@unb.br) on 2014-06-02T12:43:54Z No. of bitstreams: 1 2013_EugeniaFranciscadeSouzaMiranda.pdf: 1896967 bytes, checksum: 70590a04820bf5ad8dd42e47a74ca95c (MD5) / Approved for entry into archive by Guimaraes Jacqueline(jacqueline.guimaraes@bce.unb.br) on 2014-06-04T14:10:21Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 1 2013_EugeniaFranciscadeSouzaMiranda.pdf: 1896967 bytes, checksum: 70590a04820bf5ad8dd42e47a74ca95c (MD5) / Made available in DSpace on 2014-06-04T14:10:21Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 2013_EugeniaFranciscadeSouzaMiranda.pdf: 1896967 bytes, checksum: 70590a04820bf5ad8dd42e47a74ca95c (MD5) / A periferia de Brasília tem voz. Ela ecoa na busca de soluções para seus problemas a partir da crítica da vida cotidiana através das rimas contundentes do rap. Um dos portadores dessa voz tem nome: GOG. Esta pesquisa tem como objetivo analisar literariamente as canções deste que é um dos rappers brasileiros mais respeitados e renomados nesse meio cultural, inclusive aclamado como o poeta do Rap Nacional. O trabalho tem como fonte principal as letras das canções selecionadas por ele em seu livro A rima denuncia, uma espécie de antologia com 48 letras de raps que abordam diversas fases do artista, além de vídeos e entrevistas disponibilizadas em seu site e outras fontes de pesquisa. A especificidade do rap como uma estética ímpar e inovadora (híbrido de canto com exploração da fala) nos permite identificar uma poesia oral contemporânea que narra com intensidade os infortúnios e os desejos dos que vivem em uma ambiência periférica. No entanto, um olhar cuidadoso às letras mostra que esse universo vai muito além da periferia, e as composições se opõem ao centro (a elite econômica) com um discurso ácido, quase sempre maniqueísta. As análises se pautam pelas teorias de Paul Zumthor sobre poesia oral, Luiz Tatit sobre canção popular, Umberto Eco sobre a interpretação da obra literária e Bakhtin, considerando a relação sócio-histórica e dialógica entre os sujeitos na constituição dos discursos. O intuito é demonstrar que a periferia também faz poesia. ______________________________________________________________________________________ ABSTRACT / The outskirt of Brasília has a voice. It echoes in the search for solutions to its problems from the criticism of everyday life through the rap's blunt rhymes. One of the bearers of this voice has a name: GOG. This research aims to analyze the songs literally from this which is one of the most respected and renowned Brazilian rappers in this cultural environment, including he is acclaimed as the poet of the National Rap. The work has as a main source the lyrics of the songs selected by him in his book The rhyme denounces, a sort of anthology with 48 letters of raps that address various phases of the artist, as well as videos and interviews available on his website and other sources. The specificity of the rap as a unique and innovative aesthetic (hybrid of singing with exploration of speech) allows us to identify a contemporary oral poetry that narrates with intensity the misfortunes and the desires of those who live in the outskirt ambience. However, a careful look at the lyrics shows that the universe goes far beyond the outskirt and the compositions are opposed to the center (the economic elite) with an acid speech, almost always manichean. The analyses are based on Paul Zumthor's theories on oral poetry, Luiz Tatit on popular song, Umberto Eco in the literary interpretation and Bakhtin considering the socio-historical and dialogic relationship between the subjects in the constitution of discourses. The intent is to demonstrate that the outskirt also writes poetry.

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