Mass-transport Deposits in Deepwater Settings

Mass-transport Deposits in Deepwater Settings

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Historically, submarine-mass failures or mass-transport deposits have been a focus of increasingly intense investigation by academic institutions particularly during the last decade, though they received much less attention by geoscientists in the energy industry. With recent interest in expanding petroleum exploration and production into deeper water-depths globally and more widespread availability of high-quality data sets, mass-transport deposits are now recognized as a major component of most deep-water settings. This recognition has lead to the realization that many aspects of these deposits are still unknown or poorly understood. This volume contains twenty-three papers that address a number of topics critical to further understanding mass-transport deposits. These topics include general overviews of these deposits, depositional settings on the seafloor and in the near-subsurface interval, geohazard concerns, descriptive outcrops, integrated outcrop and seismic data/seismic forward modeling, petroleum reservoirs, and case studies on several associated topics. This volume will appeal to a broad cross section of geoscientists and geotechnical engineers, who are interested in this rapidly expanding field. The selection of papers in this volume reflects a growing trend towards a more diverse blend of disciplines and topics, covered in the study of mass-transport deposits.NEWTON, C.S., SHIPP, R.C., MOSHER, D.C., AND WACH, G.D., 2004, Importance of mass transport complexes in the Quaternary development of the Nile Fan, Egypt: ... POSAMENTIER, H.W., AND WALKER, R.G., 2006, Deep-water turbidites and submarine fans, ... experimentation: the international ocean discovery program Science Plan for 2013a€“2023, draft version at http:// campanian.iodp.org/NSP/.


Title:Mass-transport Deposits in Deepwater Settings
Author: R. Craig Shipp, Paul Weimer, Henry W. Posamentier
Publisher:SEPM Soc for Sed Geology - 2011
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