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Glacigenic sediment dynamics and climatically controlled submarine landslides on the NW Barents Sea margin

AuthorsRebesco, Michele; Lucchi, Renata G.; Camerlenghi, Angelo; Urgeles, Roger ; Accettella, Daniela; De Mol, Ben ; Sauli, Chiara; Pedrosa, M.T.; Madrussani, Gianni; Llopart, Jaume
Issue Date11-Mar-2012
CitationThe Deep-sea & Sub-Seafloor Frontiers Conference - Final Programme: 19 (2012)
AbstractAt high-latitudes, sediment dynamics and consequent continental margin architecture are deeply affected by grounded ice. Fast-flowing ice streams deliver large quantities of sediments from meltwater plumes and Glacigenic Debris Flows (GDFs) at the mouth of cross-shelf troughs during relatively short time periods (deglaciations and glacial maxima, respectively). Glacigenic sediment dynamics also controls the distribution in time and space of large-scale landslides
DescriptionThe Deep-sea & Sub-Seafloor Frontiers Conference project (DS3F), 11-14 March 2012, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain
Publisher version (URL)http://www.deep-sea-frontier.eu/sitges_conference/index5981.html?option=com_content&view=article&id=1&Itemid=4
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