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Amazing Footage of Debris Flow in Illgraben - YouTube
      
        

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7/29/2016 · Pierre Zufferey via Storyful This video has been uploaded for use by Storyful's subscription clients with the permission of the content owner. To use the vid...

      
      
        
              
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Debris flows vs. turbidity currents: A modeling comparison ...
      
        

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PDF | On Jan 1, 2000, L. F. Pratson and others published Debris flows vs. turbidity currents: A modeling comparison of their dynamics and deposits

      
      
        
              
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Turbidity current - Wikipedia
      
        

Turbidity current - Wikipedia

        

Their passage leaves the ground over which they flow scoured and eroded. Once an oceanic turbidity current reaches the calmer waters of the flatter area of the abyssal plain (main oceanic floor), the particles borne by the current settle out of the water column. The sedimentary deposit of a …

      
      
        
              
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Deep-water Turbidite Depositional Systems and Reservoirs ...
      
        

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The course combines review of state-of-the-art and historical theories for turbidite and debris-flow deposition and process including many case studies of reservoir architecture and sand-body quality and distribution with an introduction to new concepts, ideas, and methods in turbidite reservoir geology.

      
      
        
              
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Deep‐Water Turbidite Systems | Wiley Online Books
      
        

Deep‐Water Turbidite Systems | Wiley Online Books

        

Deep Water Turbidite Systems contains 22 papers (reproduced in full) and 22 abstracts of papers that have appeared in the journal Sedimentology, concerned with the broad spectrum of topics within the field of turbidites and associated deep water systems.

      
      
        
              
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Slides, Slumps, Debris Flows, Turbidity Currents ...
      
        

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Multibeam bathymetric image of the US Pacific margin, offshore Los Angeles (California), showing well-developed shelf, slope, and basin settings. ... Slide/slump/debris flow/turbidite 5000 ...

      
      
        
              
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Onset of submarine debris flow deposition far from ...
      
        

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11/22/2007 · A turbidite (the deposit formed by a turbidity current) wholly encases the debrite (the deposit formed by a debris flow) within bed 5, indicating that both were deposited during the same flow event.

      
      
        
              
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Turbidity Current - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
      
        

Turbidity Current - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

        

Ye Yincan et al, in Marine Geo-Hazards in China, 2017. 1.2.2 Submarine Turbidity Current. Submarine turbidity current is a high-density turbidity current formed by the sediment and movement of sand and mud covering the continental shelf or the upper part of the continental shelf; it is mainly induced by earthquakes, volcanic activities, storms, tsunami, and other sudden geological events.

      
      
        
              
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Mass transport deposit and turbidite interaction in the ...
      
        

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A second major debris flow (up to 45 m thick), this one a subaqueous flow, severely deformed, scoured, and truncated the underlying Lycium member turbidites, and profoundly impacted the routing and deposition of the overlying Wind Caves member turbidites …

      
      
        
              
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Sediment gravity flow - Wikipedia
      
        

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A sediment gravity flow is one of several types of sediment transport mechanisms, of which most geologists recognize four principal processes. These flows are differentiated by their dominant sediment support mechanisms, which can be difficult to distinguish as flows can be in transition from one type to the next as they evolve downslope.

      
      
        
              
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Slurry‐flow deposits in the Britannia Formation (Lower ...
      
        

Slurry‐flow deposits in the Britannia Formation (Lower ...

        

Debris flow deposits are marked by deformed, intraformational mudstone and sandstone masses suspended within a sand‐rich mudstone matrix. Most Britannia slurry‐flow deposits contain 10–35% detrital mud matrix and are grain supported. Individual beds …

      
      
        
              
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Earthquakes as a triggering mechanism for debris flows and ...
      
        

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Thus if a large debris flow covers 60,000 m2 (as the debris flow in Fig.4), the associated turbidite should cover approximately twice as large an area, or approximately 120,000 m2. For comparison, the area of such a turbidite plus its associated debris flow is about half the area of the floor of Botticelli Basin.

      
      
        
              
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Mass transport deposit and turbidite interaction in the ...
      
        

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Show simple item record. Mass transport deposit and turbidite interaction in the Mio-Pliocene Gulf of California : Fish Creek-Vallecito Basin, Salton Trough

      
      
        
              
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Sedimentology and Significance of Linked Turbidite-Debris ...
      
        

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The contacts between the turbidites and overlying debris flow units are sharp but may be undulose due to the development of clastic injections sourced from the turbidite sandstones. The overlying debris flow units consist of either mud-rich sandstones or clast-rich mudstones which are up to 0.44 m thick, are rich in shale, sandstone and/or coal ...

      
      
        
              
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The expression of stratigraphic and combination traps in upper Miocene Stevens turbidite sandstones of the Bakersfield arch, southern San Joaquin Valley, California, can be placed within a depositional sequence framework by integrating seismic, wireline-log, and core data.

      
      
        
              
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Hybrid submarine flows comprising turbidity current and ...
      
        

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Their deposit will be Flow transformation a debrite overlain by a thin turbidite, which is separated from it by a clear grain size break. Type B flows Flow mechanics are weaker and can develop waves at the debris flow-turbidity current interface.

      
      
        
              
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Field expressions of the transformation of debris flows ...
      
        

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Probabilistic integration of geologic scenarios, seismic, and production data—a West Africa turbidite reservoir case study JEFCAERSand TODDHOFFMAN, Stanford University, California, USA SEBASTIENSTREBELLEand XIAN-HUANWEN, Chevron, San Ramon, California, USA INTERPRETER’S CORNER

      
      
        
              
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the influence of mass-transport-deposit surface topography on the evolution of turbidite architecture: the sierra contreras, tres pasos formation (cretaceous), southern chile dominic a. armitage, brian w. romans,* jacob a. covault,* and stephan a. graham

      
      
        
              
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THE INFLUENCE OF MASS-TRANSPORT-DEPOSIT SURFACE …
      
        

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Glacial sequences deposited on the base-of-slope and upper continental rise off the eastern Wilkes Land margin show that depositional systems vary with time. During the early Oligocene to middle-late Miocene times glacial sequences are dominated by extensive glacigenic debris flow deposits (GDFs) that have lens or wedge shaped external geometries and internal chaotic seismic facies.

      
      
        
              
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Extensive debris flow deposits on the eastern Wilkes Land ...
      
        

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12/14/2011 · A distinct boundary between the upper, mainly hemipelagic sequence and the lower, mainly turbidite and debris flow sequence is seen in all cores and in the MSCL data (Figures 3 and 4). This abrupt and consistent change would therefore appear to be correlatable both within each canyon and between canyons.

      
      
        
              
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Seismic triggering of landslides and turbidity currents ...
      
        

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An examination of phytoclast laminae relative to coarse and fine grained sediments illustrates the usefulness of phytoclast laminae in the determination of upward direction in turbidite stratigraphic sections. Random orientations of phytoclasts adjacent to mudstone rip up clasts support debris flow origins for portions of these deposits.

      
      
        
              
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