Joe Cartwright

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[1] Three‐dimensional seismic data are used to assess the control of halokinetic structures on the distribution of blocks in a mass transport deposit in the Espírito Santo Basin, southeast Brazil. In contrast to what is commonly observed over growing salt structures, the thickness of the MTD‐A1 is larger on top of a northwest trending salt ridge. Emphasis(More)
The results of a comparison between two different submarine mass wasting events, using differing methods of investigation are presented in this study. Remotely sensed geophysical data types, such as 3D seismic, can be used to image and analyze large-scale examples. The strengths of such techniques lie in the ability to image large areas (i.e. 10's of sq(More)
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