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Application of the principles of seismic geomorphology to continental-slope and base-of-slope systems: case studies from seafloor and near-seafloor analogues
Prather, B.E.; Deptuck, M.E.; Mohrig, D.; Van Hoorn, B.; Wynn, R.B. (Ed.) (2012). Application of the principles of seismic geomorphology to continental-slope and base-of-slope systems: case studies from seafloor and near-seafloor analogues. SEPM: Oklahoma. ISBN 978-1-56576-304-3. hdl.handle.net/10.2110/pec.12.99

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Authors  Top 
  • Prather, B.E., editor
  • Deptuck, M.E., editor
  • Mohrig, D., editor
  • Van Hoorn, B., editor
  • Wynn, R.B., editor

Content
  • Campbell, D.C.; Deptuck, M.E. (2012). Alternating bottom-current-dominated and gravity-flow-dominated deposition in a lower slope and rise setting—insights from the seismic geomorphology of the Western Scotian Margin, Eastern Canada, in: Prather, B.E. et al. (Ed.) Application of the principles of seismic geomorphology to continental-slope and base-of-slope systems: case studies from seafloor and near-seafloor analogues. pp. 329-346. hdl.handle.net/10.2110/pec.12.99.0329, more

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