Slope and grain-size controls on sediment bypass by turbidity currents with application to upslope stratigraphic-pinchout prediction


The abrupt-margin play type has become a prime exploration target for many petroleum companies over the last decade. This play type is high risk owing to its reliance on updip stratigraphic trapping of ‘detached’ turbidite... [ view full abstract ]


  1. lawrence amy (School of Earth Sciences, University College Dublin)
  2. Robert Dorrell (Leeds Turbidite Research Group, University of Leeds)

Topic Areas

Topics: Physical sedimentary processes , Topics: Turbidites and deep marine systems


MS16 » Turbidite and deep sea deposits I (09:00 - Wednesday, 25th May, KARAM 2)

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