A submarine fan generated by the interaction of gravity flow and contour current: a case study from the Baiyun Sag of the northern South China Sea at 13.8 Ma


Although interest in submarine fan has grown with the rapid development of the oil exploration technologies, there is still little research about the Baiyun submarine fan system developed within the lowstand system tract (LST)... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Lu Yang (Ocean college, Zhejiang University)
  2. Yingmin Wang (Ocean college, Zhejiang University)
  3. Min He (Shenzhen Branch of CNOOC Ltd)
  4. Weitao Chen (Shenzhen Branch of CNOOC Ltd)
  5. Shaohua Xu (China University of Petroleum,Beijing)
  6. Chunyu Qin (China University of Petroleum,Beijing)
  7. Wenjie Wei (China University of Petroleum,Beijing)
  8. Chen Chen (China University of Petroleum,Beijing)
  9. Haiteng Zhuo (Ocean college, Zhejiang University)
  10. Weiyao Yan (China University of Petroleum,Beijing)
  11. Xingxing Wang (Ocean college, Zhejiang University)
  12. Wenjing Li (Ocean college, Zhejiang University)

Topic Areas

Topics: Physical sedimentary processes , Topics: Turbidites and deep marine systems , Topics: Geophysics and geophysical methods in sedimentology


MS13 » Sequences and cycles II (11:00 - Wednesday, 25th May, FES 2)

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