Slumping and mass-transport deposition in the Nankai forearc : 1 Evidence from IODP drilling and 3-D reflection seismic data

@inproceedings{Strasser2011SlumpingAM,
  title={Slumping and mass-transport deposition in the Nankai forearc : 1 Evidence from IODP drilling and 3-D reflection seismic data},
  author={Michael Strasser and Gregory F. Moore and Gaku Kimura and Achim J. Kopf and Michael B. Underwood and Jong Long Guo and Elizabeth J. Screaton},
  year={2011}
}
26 Multiple lines of evidence exist for a range of sediment mass-movement processes within the 27 shallow megasplay fault zone (MSFZ) area and adjacent slope basin in the outer forearc of the 28 Nankai subduction zone, Japan. Diagnostic features observed in three-dimensional reflection 29 seismic data and in cores of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) document a 30 multifarious mass-movement history spanning ~2.87 million years. Various modes and scales 31 of sediment remobilization… CONTINUE READING

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