The evolution of submarine channels under the influence of Coriolis forces: experimental observations of flow structures

@inproceedings{Cossu2013TheEO,
  title={The evolution of submarine channels under the influence of Coriolis forces: experimental observations of flow structures},
  author={Remo Cossu and Mathew G. Wells},
  year={2013}
}
Submarine channel systems are usually classified into high-sinuosity, lowgradient, fine-grained systems, and low-sinuosity, high-gradient, coarsegrained systems (Clark and Pickering, 1996; Gee et al., 2007). New results in Peakall et al. (2012) have shown a strong latitudinal dependence on the sinuosity of submarine channels, with high latitudes showing low sinuosity while highly sinuous submarine channels are more prevalent in equatorial regions (Fig. 1a). One of the possible explanations… CONTINUE READING
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