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Bottom current features in the continental slope of the Atlantic Moroccan margin

AuthorsCasas, David ; Medialdea, Teresa; Somoza, Luis; León, Ricardo; Ercilla, Gemma ; MVSEIS Team
Issue Date2010
PublisherSociedad Geológica de España
CitationGeotemas 11: 29-30 (2010)
AbstractThe continental slope of the Atlantic Moroccan margin (southern Cu/f of Cádiz) shows a diverse and complex morphology which exhibits several bottom current features: erosive elements, as moats, contourite channels and erosive surfaces, and depositional elements, as drifts and sediment waves. Mound shaped features interpreted as bioconstructions have also been identified. These features could be produced by the interaction of the Mediterranean Outflow Water with the complex relief that characterises the study area
DescriptionDeep-water Circulation: Processes & Products. International Congress 16-18 june 2010, Baiona, Pontevedra, Spain.-- 2 pages
Identifiersissn: 1576-5172
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