Sequence of structures in fine-grained turbidites: Comparison of recent deep-sea and ancient flysch sediments

@article{Stow1980SequenceOS,
  title={Sequence of structures in fine-grained turbidites: Comparison of recent deep-sea and ancient flysch sediments},
  author={D. Stow and G. Shanmugam},
  journal={Sedimentary Geology},
  year={1980},
  volume={25},
  pages={23-42}
}
Abstract A comparative study of the sequence of sedimentary structures in ancient and modern fine-grained turbidites is made in three contrasting areas. They are (1) Holocene and Pleistocene deep-sea muds of the Nova Scotian Slope and Rise, (2) Middle Ordovician Sevier Shale of the Valley and Ridge Province of the Southern Appalachians, and (3) Cambro-Ordovician Halifax Slate of the Meguma Group in Nova Scotia. A standard sequence of structures is proposed for fine-grained turbidites. The… Expand
Sedimentology of the Halifax Formation, Nova Scotia: Lower Palaeozoic fine-grained turbidites
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