The Bouma Sequence and the turbidite mind set

@article{Shanmugam1997TheBS,
  title={The Bouma Sequence and the turbidite mind set},
  author={G. Shanmugam},
  journal={Earth-Science Reviews},
  year={1997},
  volume={42},
  pages={201-229}
}
Abstract Conventionally, the Bouma Sequence [Bouma, A.H., 1962. Sedimentology of some Flysch Deposits: A Graphic Approach to Facies Interpretation. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 168 pp.], composed of Ta, Tb, Tc, Td, and Te divisions, is interpreted to be the product of a turbidity current. However, recent core and outcrop studies show that the complete and partial Bouma sequences can also be interpreted to be deposits formed by processes other than turbidity currents, such as sandy debris flows and… Expand
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