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Mesozoic and Cenozoic Rocks from Malta Escarpment (Central Mediterranean)
Sedimentary rocks of Triassic-Neogene age are present on the Malta Escarpment of the eastern Mediterranean. Upper Triassic dolomitic limestones of shallow-water origin, at depths between 2.5 and 3.5… Expand
A new look at deep-sea video
Abstract A deep-towed photographic system with completely self-contained recording instrumentation and power can obtain color-video and still-photographic transects along rough terrane without need… Expand
A novel application of high-resolution camcorders for the marine environment
Cobblestone topography in the eastern Mediterranean; preliminary results of a transponder-navigated coring program following a deep-tow survey, southern Calabrian Ridge (Area No. 4).
Sediment Failure on Continental Shelf: Response to 1980 Earthquake off Northern California: ABSTRACT
On November 8, 1980, a large magnitude earthquake (M ~ 7) occurred 60 km (37 mi) off the coast of northern California. Damage was minimal onshore, but extensive changes to the sea floor were reported… Expand
Observations on Cretaceous abyssal hills in the northeast Pacific
Abstract An abyssal hills area of 50 × 60 km in the northeast Pacific was studied using bottom transponder navigation, closely spaced survey lines, and long-traverse oblique photography. The… Expand
Ano Nuevo to Santa Cruz, California : a photographic tour of the coastline
This data set consists of the point locations from which digital photographs were collected by Henry Chezar, USGS, on November 4, 1998, on the R/V David Johnston, associated with a marine data… Expand
Preliminary results of dredgings on the Malta-Siracusa, Apulia and Cephalonia escarpments (Eastward" Legs E-3E-78 and E-3F-78).
Sediment Patterns Resulting from Liquefaction of a Shelf Sand Body: Abstract
Abstract A large magnitude earthquake (M ∼7) occurred on November 8, 1980, 60 km off the coast of northern California. Damage was minimal onshore, but extensive changes to the sea floor were reported… Expand
Unusual Debris Flow Deposits from the Base of the Malta Escarpment (Eastern Mediterranean)
The more than 3000 m high Malta Escarpment forms the western boundary of the eastern Mediterranean. The escarpment has an average dip of about 20°, however the lower part of the escarpment is steeper… Expand