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  • Powerful turbidity currents driven by dense basal layers 

    Paull, C; Talling, P; Maier, K; Parsons, D; Xu, J; Caress, D; Gwiazda, R; Lundsten, E; Anderson, K; Barry, J; Chaffey, M; O'Reilly, T; Rosenberger, K; Gales, J; Kieft, B; McGann, M; Simmons, S; McCann, M; Sumner, E; Clare, M; Cartigny, M (Nature Publishing Group, 2018-10-05)
    Seafloor sediment flows (turbidity currents) are among the volumetrically most important yet least documented sediment transport processes on Earth. A scarcity of direct observations means that basic characteristics, such ...

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