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Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences
4th International Symposium
Austin, Texas
November 7 – 12, 2009

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Preliminary Program

Instructions to Poster Presenters

Note: All oral presentations, meetings, and panel discussions take place in the Big Tex Auditorium in the Commons Center on the Pickle Research Campus of the University of Texas. This program might be subject to further modifications.

Presentation schedule includes video webcast links [PDF meeting agenda 11/5/09]

Keynote Speakers highlighted

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday
Oral Sessions 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11

Time Speaker Title
Saturday, 7-Nov-2009
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Pete Rose Geology, Frontier History and Selected Wineries of the Hill Country Appellation, Central Texas Field Trip
Sunday, 8-Nov-2009
6:00 –
8:00 PM
  Ice Breaker (with live entertainment) — In The Commons Center (BEG) Atrium
Monday, 8-Nov-2009
7:30 AM   Registration
8:30 AM Moscardelli/Shipp Introductory remarks
[streaming video link]
8:40 AM Locat/Urgeles IGCP 511 initiative
[streaming video link]
8:50 AM Scott Tinker Welcome to BEG/JSG
[streaming video link]
Oral Session 1, Monday Morning
Theme: Regional — Western North Atlantic
Time Speaker Title
9:00 AM Masson (Keynote) Large landslides on passive continental margins: Processes, hypotheses and outstanding questions [streaming video link]
9:20 AM Campbell Middle to late Miocene slope failure and the generation of a regional unconformitybeneath the western Scotian slope, eastern Canada
[streaming video link]
9:35 AM Huppertz The volumetric importance of mass transport deposits on evolution of a proglacial continental slope: the Scotian Slope, eastern Canada
[streaming video link]
9:50 AM Giles Mass-transport processes on the southwestern Newfoundland Slope
[streaming video link]
10:05 –
10:30 AM
  Morning Coffee Break — In the Commons Center Atrium
Oral Session 2, Monday Morning
Theme: Regional — Western & Eastern North Atlantic
10:30 AM Smith Upper Cretaceous mass transport systems above the Wyandot Formation chalk, offshore Nova Scotia [streaming video link]
10:45 AM Locat The Block composite submarine landslide, southern New England slope, U.S.A.
[streaming video link]
11:00 AM Turmel Morphodynamics and instability observations at Wabush Lake, Labrador
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
11:15 AM Owen Investigations on the Peach 4 debrite: a late Pleistocene mass movement on the northwest British continental margin
[streaming video link]
11:30 AM Winkelmann Post-megaslide slope stability north of Svalbard, Arctic Ocean
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
11:45 AM Sayago-Gil (Long) The geomorphology of the Talismán slide (western slope of Hatton Bank, NE Atlantic Ocean)
[streaming video link]
12:00 Noon –
1:00 PM
  Lunch — Served in the Commons Center Atrium
Oral Session 3, Monday Afternoon
Theme: Regional — Pacific & African Margins
1:00 PM Paull (Keynote) Submarine mass movements within Monterey Canyon: Benthic disturbance controls on the distribution of chemosynthetic biological communities
[streaming video link]
1:20 PM Bradshaw The kinematics of a debris avalanche on the Sumatra margin
[streaming video link]
1:35 PM Boyd Southeast Australia: A Cenozoic continental margin dominated by mass transport
[streaming video link]
1:50 PM Heinrich Climate induced turbidity current activity in NW-African canyon systems
[streaming video link]
2:05 PM Wynn Investigating the timing, processes and deposits of one of the world’s largest submarine gravity flows: the ‘Bed 5 event’ off northwest Africa
[streaming video link]
2:20 –
3:00 PM
  Afternoon Coffee Break — In the Commons Center Atrium
Oral Session 4, Monday Afternoon
Theme: Regional — African & Mediterranean Margins
3:00 PM Cattaneo Submarine landslides along the Algerian margin: A review of their occurrence and potential link with tectonic structures
[streaming video link]
3:15 PM Tahachi Mass wasting at the easternmost Cyprus Arc, off Syria/eastern Mediterranean
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
3:30 PM Camerlenghi (Urgeles) A data base on submarine landslides of the Mediterranean Sea
[streaming video link]
3:45 PM Ledoux Multibeam bathymetry investigations of mass-movements in Lake Le Bourget (NW Alps, France) using a portable platform
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
4:00 PM Förster Mass wasting dynamics at the deeper slope of the Ligurian Margin (Southern France)
[streaming video link]
4:15 –
6:30 PM
  Poster Session I/Reception — In Commons Center Atrium

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Tuesday, 10-Nov-2009
7:30 AM   Registration
Oral Session 5, Tuesday Morning
Theme: Regional — Western Atlantic Margins (including Gulf of Mexico)
8:00 AM Romero-Otero Detached and shelf-attached mass transport complexes on the Magdalena deepwater fan
[streaming video link]
8:15 AM Ashabranner Evidence for multi-direction flow in a mass-transport deposit, Santos Basin in offshore Brazil
[streaming video link]
8:30 AM Silva Megaslides in the Foz do Amazonas Basin, Brazilian equatorial margin
[streaming video link]
8:45 AM Gaullier Slope instability on the French Guiana transform margin from swath-bathymetry and 3.5 kHz echograms
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
9:00 AM Olson Character and distribution of latest Quatuary mass-transport and related deposits in Texas-Louisiana intraslope basins based on high-resolution seismic facies and shallow piston cores
[streaming video link]
9:15 AM Beaubouef (Keynote) MTCs of the Brazos-Trinity slope system; Thoughts on the sequence stratigraphy of MTCs and their possible roles in shaping hydrocarbon traps
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
9:35 –
10:10 AM
  Morning Coffee Break — In the Commons Center Atrium
10:10 –
10:55 AM
David Mosher Panel Discussion I — Tsunami-mass movement/water column coupling
[panel discussions will not be webcast]
Oral Session 6, Tuesday Morning
Theme: Risk and Hazards
10:55 AM Gilbert (Keynote) Risk analysis for hurricane wave-induced submarine mudslides
[streaming video link]
11:15 AM Zakeri Estimating drag forces on suspended and laid-on-seafloor pipelines caused by clay-rich submarine debris flow impact
[streaming video link]
11:30 AM Thomas Constraining geohazards to the past: impact assessment of submarine mass movements on seabed developments
[streaming video link]
11:45 AM Hitchcock GIS-based assessment of submarine mudflow hazard offshore of the Mississippi Delta, Gulf of Mexico [streaming video link]
12:00 Noon –
1:00 PM
  Lunch — Served in the Commons Center Atrium
Oral Session 7, Tuesday Afternoon
Theme: Modeling
1:00 PM Lynett (Keynote) Hydrodynamic modeling of tsunamis generated by submarine landslides: Generation, propagation, and shoreline impact
[streaming video link]
1:20 PM Mazzanti 3D numerical modelling of submerged and coastal landslides propagation
[streaming video link]
1:35 PM Geist (Chaytor) Estimating the empirical probability of submarine landslide occurrence
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
1:50 PM Mackenzie Spatial analysis of shallow slope instability incorporating an engineering geological ground model
[streaming video link]
2:05 –
2:40 PM
  Afternoon Coffee Break — In the Commons Center Atrium
2:40 –
4:00 PM
Craig Shipp Panel Discussion II — Unusual Features
[panel discussions will not be webcast]
4:00 –
4:45 PM
  IGCP 511 Meeting
4:45 –
6:30 PM
  Poster Session II/Reception
6:30 PM   Conference Dinner — Served in The Commons Center (BEG) Atrium

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Wednesday, 11-Nov-2009
7:30 AM   Registration
Oral Session 8, Wednesday Morning
Theme: Geotechnical 1 (Pore Pressure)
8:00 AM Grozic (Keynote) Interplay between gas hydrates and submarine slope failure
[streaming video link]
8:20 AM Morgan Evaluating gas-generated pore pressure with seismic reflection data in a landslide-prone area: an example from Finneidfjord, Norway
[streaming video link]
8:35 AM Urgeles History of pore pressure build up and slope instability in the Ursa Basin, Gulf of Mexico continental slope [streaming video link]
8:50 AM Viesca Modeling slope instability as shear rupture propagation in a saturated porous medium
[streaming video link]
9:05 AM Dugan Origin of slope failure in the Ursa region, northern Gulf of Mexico
[streaming video link]
9:20 AM Langford (Vanneste) Characterization of micaceous sand for investigation of a subsea mass movement
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
9:35 –
10:45 AM
  Morning Coffee Break/Poster III — In Commons Center Atrium
Oral Session 9, Wednesday Morning
Theme: Geotechnical 2 (Physical Properties)
10:45 AM Garziglia Identification of shear zones and their causal mechanisms using a combination of cone penetration tests and seismic data in the Eastern Niger delta
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
11:00 AM Kreiter Advanced dynamic soil testing — introducing the new MARUM dynamic triaxial testing device
[streaming video link]
11:15 AM Zakeri Experimental investigation of subaqueous clay-rich debris flows, generated turbidity and sediment deposition
[streaming video link]
11:30 AM Kopf Geochemical evidence for groundwater-charging of slope sediments: the Nice airport 1979 landslide and tsunami revisited
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
11:45 AM Kawamura Redistribution of sediments by submarine landslides on the eastern Nankai accretionary prism
[streaming video link]
12:00 Noon –
1:00 PM
  Lunch — Served in the Commons Center Atrium
Oral Session 10, Wednesday Afternoon
Theme: Tsunami 1 (Regional and Case Studies)
1:00 PM Tappin (Keynote) Mass transport events and their tsunamigenic risk [streaming video link]
1:20 PM Chaytor Distribution and tsunamigenic potential of submarine landslides in the Gulf of Mexico
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
1:35 PM Moscardelli Tsunamigenic risks associated with mass transport complexes in offshore Trinidad and Venezuela [streaming video link]
1:50 PM Mosher The Pliocene Shelburne mass-movement and consequent tsunami, western Scotian Slope
[streaming video link]
2:05 PM Poncet (Campbell) A study of the tsunami effects of two landslides in the St. Lawrence Estuary
[streaming video link]
2:20 –
2:50 PM
  Afternoon Coffee Break — In the Commons Center Atrium
2:50 –
4:05 PM
Homa Lee Panel Discussion III — Gas Hydrates and Slope Stability
[panel discussions will not be webcast]
Oral Session 11, Wednesday Afternoon
Theme: Tsunami 2 (Case Studies and Modeling)
4:05 PM Di Roberto Distal turbidites and tsunamigenic landslides of Stromboli volcano (Aeolian Islands, Italy)
[streaming video link]
4:20 PM Ryan Historic and paleo-submarine landslide deposits imaged beneath Port Valdez, Alaska: implications for tsunami generation in a glacial fiord
[streaming video link]
4:35 PM Gisler Calculations of tsunamis from submarine landslides [streaming video link]
4:45 PM Mohammed Experiments on tsunamis generated by 3D granular landslides
[streaming video not available per speaker's request]
5:00 PM   Close Meeting

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Thursday, 12-Nov-2009
8:30 AM –
3:00 PM
  Mass Transport Deposits: A Virtual Field Trip

Numbers in first column are linked to abstracts in PDF format.

Keynote Speakers highlighted

Theme 1: Submarine mass movements: triggers, mechanics and geotechnical properties
Theme 2: Submarine mass movements: case studies and hazard assessment
Theme 3: Submarine mass movements in margin construction and economic significance
Theme 4: Submarine mass movements and tsunamis

PDF Theme 1
Submarine mass movements: triggers,
mechanics and geotechnical properties
(021) Grozic, J.L.H. Interplay between gas hydrates and submarine slope failure.
(029) Kreiter, S., Moerz, T., Strasser, M., Lange, M., Schunn, W., Schlue, B.F., Otto, D., Kopf, A. Advanced dynamic soil testing - introducing the new MARUM dynamic triaxial testing device.
(013) Ferentinou, M., Hasiotis, T. and Sakellariou, M.G. Clustering of geotechnical properties of marine sediments through self-organizing maps: an example from the Zakynthos Canyon—Valley system, Greece.
(016) Garziglia, S., Sultan, N., Cattaneo, A., Ker, S., Marsset, B., Riboulot, V., Voisset, M., Adamy, J. and Unterseh, S. Identification of shear zones and their causal mechanisms using a combination of cone penetration tests and seismic data in the Eastern Niger delta.
(014) Förster, A., Spieß, V., Kopf, A. and Dennielou, B. Mass wasting dynamics at the deeper slope of the Ligurian margin (Southern France).
(030) Langford, T. and Perkins, S. Characterization of micaceous sand for investigation of a subsea mass movement.
(063) Zakeri, A. Estimating drag forces on suspended and laid-on-seafloor pipelines caused by clay-rich submarine debris flow impact.
(064) Zakeri, A., Si, G., Marr, J.D.G., and Hoeg, K. Experimental investigation of subaqueous clay-rich debris flows, turbidity generation and sediment deposition.
(004) Bradshaw, A.S., Tappin, D.R. and Rugg, D. The Kinematics of a debris avalanche on the Sumatra margin.
(037) Mazzanti, P., Bozzano, F., Avolio, M.V., Lupiano, V. and Di Gregorio, S. 3D numerical modeling of submerged and coastal landslide propagation.
(038) Mazzanti, P., De Blasio, F.V. Peculiar morphologies of subaqueous landslide deposits and their relationship to flow dynamics.
(036) Masson, M.G., Wynn, R.B. and Talling, P.J. Large landslides on passive continental margins: processes, hypotheses and outstanding questions.
(012) Dugan, B. and Stigall, J. Origin of overpressure and slope failure in the Ursa region, northern Gulf of Mexico.
(058) Urgeles, R., Locat, J., Sawyer, D.E., Flemings, P.B., Dugan, B. and Binh, N.T.T. History of pore pressure build up and slope instability in the mud-dominated sediments of Ursa Basin, Gulf of Mexico continental slope.
(028) Kopf, A., Kasten, S. and Blees, J. Geochemical evidence for groundwater-charging of slope sediments: the Nice airport 1979 landslide and tsunami revisited.
(060) Viesca, R.C., and Rice, J.R. Modeling slope instability as shear rupture propagation in a saturated porous medium.

Theme 1: Submarine mass movements: triggers, mechanics and geotechnical properties
Theme 2: Submarine mass movements: case studies and hazard assessment
Theme 3: Submarine mass movements in margin construction and economic significance
Theme 4: Submarine mass movements and tsunamis

PDF Theme 2
Submarine mass movements: case studies and hazard assessment
(047) Paull, C.K., Schlining, B., Ussler, W. III, Lundsten, E. Barry, J.P., Caress, D.W., Johnson, J. and McGann, M. Submarine mass movements within Monterey Canyon: benthic disturbance controls on the distribution of chemosynthetic biological communities.
(001) Ashabranner, L.B., Tripsanas, E.K. and Shipp, R.C. Evidence for Bi-direction Flow in a Mass Transport Deposit, Santos Basin Offshore Brazil.
(005) Bull, S. and Cartwright, J. Small-scale insights into seismic-scale slumps: a comparison of slump features from the Waitemata Basin, New Zealand, and the Møre Basin, off-shore Norway.
(033) Locat, J. ten Brink, U. and Chaytor, J. The Block Composite submarine landslide, southern New England slope, U.S.A.: A morphological analysis.
(061) Winkelmann, D., Geissler, W., Stein, R. and Niessen, F. Post-megaslide slope stability north of Svalbard, Arctic Ocean.
(051) Sayago-Gil, M., Long, D., Fernández-Salas, L.-M., Hitchen, K., López-González, N., Díaz-del-Río, V. and Durán-Muñoz, P. Geomorphology of the Talismán slide (Western slope of Hatton Bank, NE Atlantic Ocean).
(046) Owen, M., Day, S. Long, D. and Maslin, M. Investigations on the Peach 4 debrite, a late Pleistocene mass movement on the northwest British continental margin.
(026) Kawamura, K., Kanamatsu, T., Kinoshita, M., Saito, S., Shibata, T., Fujino, K., Misawa, A., Burmeister, K.C. Redistribution of sediments by submarine landslides on the eastern Nankai Accretionary Prism.
(054) Tahchi, E., Urgeles, R., Hübscher C. and Benkhelil, J. Mass wasting at the easternmost Cyprus Arc, off Syria, eastern Mediterranean.
(043) Nodine, M.C., Gilbert, R.G., Cheon, J.Y., Wright, S.G. and Ward, E.G. Risk analysis for hurricane-wave induced submarine mudslides.
(023) Hitchcock, C., Angell, M., Givler, R. and Hooper, J. GIS-based assessment of submarine mudflow hazard offshore of the Mississippi delta, Gulf of Mexico.
(035) Mackenzie, B., Hooper, J. and Rushton, D. Spatial analysis of shallow slope instability incorporating an engineering geological ground model.
(018) Geist, E.L., Parsons, T. Estimating the empirical probability of submarine landslide occurrence.
(056) Thomas, S., Hooper, J. and Clare, M. Constraining geohazards to the past: impact assessment of submarine mass movements on seabed developments.
(040) Morgan, E.C., Vanneste, M., Longva, O., Lecomte, I., McAdoo, B. and Baise, L. Evaluating gas-generated pore pressure with seismic reflection data in a landslide-prone area: an example from Finneidfjord, Norway.
(050) Ryan, H. F., Lee, H. J., Haeussler, P. J., Alexander, C. R., and Kayen, R. E. Historic and paleo-submarine landslide deposits imaged beneath Port Valdez, Alaska: implications for tsunami generation in a glacial fiord.
(031) Ledoux, G., Lajeunesse, P., Chapron, E. and St. Onge, G. Multibeam bathymetry investigations of mass-movements in Lake Le Bourget (NW Alps, France) using a portable platform.
(057) Turmel, D., Locat, J., Cauchon-Voyer, G., Lavoie, C., Simpkin, P., Parker, G. and Patrick Lauzière. Morphodynamics and slope instability observations at Wabush Lake, Labrador.
(022) Henrich, R., Hanebuth, T.J.J., Cherubini, Y., Krastel, S., Pierau, R. and Zühlsdorff, C. Climate induced turbidity current activity in NW-African canyon systems.
(062) Wynn, R.B., Talling, P.J., Masson, D.G., Stevenson, C.J., Cronin, B.T., Le Bas, T.P. Investigating the timing, processes and deposits of one of the World's largest submarine gravity flows: the 'Bed 5 event' off northwest Africa.

Theme 1: Submarine mass movements: triggers, mechanics and geotechnical properties
Theme 2: Submarine mass movements: case studies and hazard assessment
Theme 3: Submarine mass movements in margin construction and economic significance
Theme 4: Submarine mass movements and tsunamis

PDF Theme 3
Submarine mass movements in margin construction
and economic significance
(002) Beaubouef, R.T. and Abreu, V. MTCs of the Brazos-Trinity Slope System; thoughts on the sequence stratigraphy of MTCs and their possible roles in shaping hydrocarbon traps.
(003) Boyd, R., Keene, J., Hubble, T, Gardner, J., Glenn, K., Ruming, K., Exxon, N. and the crews of Southern Surveyor 20/2006 and 12/2008. Southeast Australia: a Cenozoic continental margin dominated by mass transport.
(006) Camerlenghi, A., Urgeles, R. and Fantoni, L. A data base on submarine landslides of the Mediterranean Sea.
(008) Cattaneo, A., Babonneau, N., Dan, G., Déverchère, J., Domzig. A., Gaullier, V., Lepillier, B., Mercier de Lépinay, B., Nouguès, A., Strzerzynski, P., Sultan, N. and Yelles, K. Submarine slides along the Algerian margin: a review of their occurrence and potential link with tectonic structures.
(010) Dan, G., Sultan N., Cattaneo A., Déverchère J. and Yelles K. Submarine landslides on the Algerian margin (Algiers area): morphology, lithology and sedimentary processes.
(044) Nouguès, A. Sultan, N., Cattaneo, A., Dan, G., Yelles, K. and the PRISME (2007) team. Detailed analysis of a submarine landslide (SAR-27) in the deep basin offshore Algiers (Western Mediterranean).
(015) Frey-Martinez, J. 3D seismic interpretation of mass transport deposits: implications for basin analysis and geohazard evaluation.
(017) Gaullier, V., Loncke, L., Droz, V., Basile, C., Maillard, A., Patriat, M., Roest, W.R., Loubrieu, B., Folens, L. and Carol, F. Slope instability on the French Guiana transform margin from swath-bathymetry and 3.5 kHz echograms.
(052) Silva, C. G., Araújo, E., Reis, A.T., Perovano, R., Gorini, C., Vendeville, B.C. and Albuquerque, N. Megaslides in the Foz do Amazonas Basin, Brazilian equatorial margin.
(049) Romero-Otero, G.A., Slatt, R.M. and Pirmez, C. Detached and shelf-attached mass transport deposits on the Magdalena deepwater fan.
(045) Olson, H.C., Damuth, J.E. Character, distribution and timing of latest Quaternary mass-transport deposits in Texas-Louisiana intraslope basins based on high-resolution (3.5 kHz) seismic facies and piston cores.
(053) Smith, B.M., Deptuck, M.E. and Kendell, K. Upper Cretaceous mass transport systems above the Wyandot Formation chalk, offshore Nova Scotia.
(024) Huppertz, T.J., Piper, D.J.W., Mosher, D.C., Jenner, K.A. The significance of mass transport deposits for the evolution of a proglacial continental slope.
(007) Campbell, D.C., Mosher, D.C. Middle to Late Miocene slope failure and the generation of a regional unconformity beneath the western Scotian Slope, eastern Canada.
(019) Giles, M.K, Mosher, D.C., Piper, D.J.W. and Wach, G.D. Mass transport processes on the southwestern Newfoundland Slope.

Theme 1: Submarine mass movements: triggers, mechanics and geotechnical properties
Theme 2: Submarine mass movements: case studies and hazard assessment
Theme 3: Submarine mass movements in margin construction and economic significance
Theme 4: Submarine mass movements and tsunamis

PDF Theme 4
Submarine mass movements and tsunamis
(055) Tappin, D. Mass transport events and their tsunamigenic hazard.
(034) Lynett, P. Hydrodynamic Modeling of tsunamis generated by submarine landslides: generation, propagation, and shoreline impact.
(020) Gisler, G., Weaver, R.P. and Gittings, M.L. Calculations of tsunamis from submarine landslides.
(039) Mohammed, F. And Fritz, H.M. Experiments on tsunamis generated by 3d granular landslides.
(011) Di Roberto, A., Rosi, M., Bertagnini, A., Marani, M.P., Gamberi, F. Distal turbidites and tsunamigenic landslides of Stromboli volcano (Aeolian Islands, Italy).
(041) Moscardelli, L., Hornbach, M. and Wood, L. Tsunamigenic risks associated with mass transport complexes in offshore Trinidad and Venezuela.
(009) Chaytor, J.D., Twichell, D.C., Lynett, P. and Geist, E.L. Distribution and tsunamigenic potential of submarine landslides in the Gulf of Mexico.
(048) Poncet, R., Campbell, D.C., Dias, F., Locat, J. and Mosher, D.C. A study of the tsunami effects of two landslides in the St. Lawrence estuary.
(042) Mosher, D.C., Xu, Z., and Shimeld, J. The Pliocene Shelburne mass-movement and consequent tsunami, western Scotian Slope.

PDF Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences IV.
Posters Presentations

Submarine mass movements:
triggers, mechanics and geotechnical properties
(P03) Barry, M., Boudreau, B. and Johnson, B. Gas-induced doming and failure as a mechanism for pockmark formation
(P08) Guidroz W., Stone G. and Felix J. Submarine, hurricane-initiated shelf failure morphodynamics, Mississippi River Delta front, North-central Gulf of Mexico, USA
(P09) Haeussler, P.J., Holly R., Homa L., Labay K. and Alexander, C. Constraints on the size of submarine landslides triggered by the M9.2 1964 earthquake at Seward, Alaska, from high-resolution seismic reflection data
(P15) Lajeunesse, P. Early Holocene mass-movements in southeastern Hudson Bay and their possible triggering by postglacial seismicity
(P16) Bukhair, C. L., Thomas, T., Rutherford C. and Biscontin G. Slope stability for submarine clays: triaxial and consolidation testing
(P21) Mackenzie, B., Hooper, J.R. and Rushton, D. Spatial analysis of shallow slope instability incorporating and engineering geologic ground model
(P22) Mazzanti, P. and De Blasio, F.V. Peculiar shapes of submarine landslide deposits and their relationship with the flow dynamics
(P27) Rutherford, C. and Biscontin, G. Multi-directional simple shear response of Gulf of Mexico clays
(P28) Sawyer D.E., Flemings, P. and Mohrig D. Subaqueous landslides in clay-rich systems
(P32) Stegmann, S., Kopf, A. and Sultan, N. In situ CPT measurements identify excess pore pressure regimes in marine sediments: a further piece in the puzzle the Nice 1979 Airport Slide (French Rivera)
(P33) Strasser, M., Moore, G.F. and Bangs, L.N. Nankai Trough Submarine Landslide History (NanTroSLIDE)
(P37) Talling, P. and Twichell, D. Did the huge (~1000 km3) and relatively recent Massingill-Walker slump come from the Mississippi Canyon or from very large slide scars on the NE Gulf of Mexico continental slope?
(P36) Talling, P., Stevenson, C. J., Wynn, R.B., Masson, D.G., Georgiopoulou, A. and Hunt, J.E Huge mass flow moved too slowly to generate significant turbidity current or tsunami
(P44) Yamamoto, Y. and Yamada, Y. Earthquake-induced submarine sliding in the Pleistocene trench-slope-basin sediment, central Japan: comparative study between geological and physical model
(P45) You, Y., Flemings, P. and Mohrig, D. Failure caused by breaching in subaqueous sand
(P04) Das, H., Reed, C. and Niedoroda, A. The effect of event sequences on the characteristic of turbidity current deposits
(P06) Duddu, R., Calo, V. and Lavier, L. An eurlerian formulation for modeling large strain deformations in accretionary wedges in three dimensions
(P43) Vendeville, B.C., Lacoste, A., Le Cossec, J., Deperret, A., Loncke, L. and Taibi, S. Field analysis and experimental modeling of onshore slides related to fluid overpressure and incision
PDF Submarine mass movements:
Case studies and hazard assessment
(P02) Ashabranner, L., Tripsanas, E. and Shipp, C. Multi-direction flow in a mass-transport deposit, Santos Basin, offshore Brazil
(P19) Lindhorst, K., Krastel, S., Kurschat, S., Wessels, M., Daut, G. and Wagner, B. Morphological and sedimentological investigations of sub-aquatic landslides in Lake Ohrid (Macedonia/Albania)
(P23) Meyer, M., Geerson, J., Schwenk, T. and Krastel, S. Large-scale mass-wasting offshore Senegal, NW-Africa
(P26) Reece, B., Gullick, S. and Jaeger, J.M. Mass transport deposits as a key for understanding glacial intervals in the Surveyor Fan, Gulf of Alaska
(P30) Shipp, R.C. and Gibson, L. Impact of submarine mass movement on deepwater operations and development infrastructure in the offshore energy industry: what really are the issues?
(P34) Strong, H., Flemings, P., Day-Stirrat, R., Sawyer, D. and Schneider J. Exploring the origin and characteristics of mass transport deposits Ursa Basin, Gulf of Mexico
(P31) Singh, K., Woods, L. and Moscardelli, L. Geometry and nature of modern and ancient mass transport deposits
(P39) Thomas, S. and Clare, M. The integral place of specialist core logging in the investigation of frequency and magnitude of submarine mass movements
(P41) van Kesteren, W., Kortekaas, S. and Dan, G. Integrating geological, geotechnical and geophysical data for landslide hazard assessment
(P14) Lagberg, J.S., Forwick, M., Ivanov, M., Kenyon, N.H. and Vorren, T.O. Small-scale mass wasting on the continental slope offshore Norway
(P18) L'Heureux, J., Hansen, L. and Longva, O. Clay-rich, turbiditic beds and their relevance for mass wasting along Trondheimsfjorden, Mid-Norway
(P42) Vanneste, M., Lecomte, I. and Longva, O. Submarine mass movements: multi-disciplinary research at the International Centre for Geohazards
(P46) Scarselli, N., McClay, K. and Elders, C. New insights into gravity-driven processes of deformation in the Orange Basin, Nambia, SW Africa
PDF Submarine mass movements
in margin construction and economic significance
(P01) Anasetti, A., Krastel, S., Weinrebe, W., Klaucke, I. and Bialas, J. Acoustic investigations of a landward facing slope failure off Chile
(P07) García-García, A., Schoolmeester, T., Orange, D., Calafat, A., Fabres, J., Grossman, E., Field, M., Lorenson, T., Levey, M. and Sansoucy, M. Recent sedimentary processes in the Cap de Creus canyon head and adjacent continental shelf, NE Spain: evidence from multibeam bathymetry, sub-bottom profiles and coring
(P10) Haflidason, H., Hjelstuen, B.O., Kristensen, D.K. and Sejrup, H.P. The 7280 14C yr bp event (Storegga Slide) of regional mass failure deposits in mid- and western Norwegian fjord basin
(P12) Hogan, P.J., Romans, B., Varnell, S. and Broughton, A. Sandy turbidite delivery and distribution patterns in an enclosed southern California continental borderland basin
(P13) Krastel, S., Geersen,. J., Wynn, R.B., Hanebuth, T.J.J., Henrich, R. and Meyer, M. The interplay between large scale mass wasting and channelized sediment transport: examples from the NW-African continental margin
(P17) Leonard, L., Mosher, D.C., Haacke, R., Spence, G., Riedel, M. and Hyndman, R. Submarine landslides along active margins: comparative studies of Cascadia and Sumatra.
(P24) Nelson, H., Damuth, J., Olson, H., Twichell, D., Escutia, C. and Goldfinger, C.margins The role of mass transport processes in active tectonic versus passive muddy deltaic
(P29) Shaw, J., Piper, D., Robert, C., Lamplugh, M. and Mosher, D. A newly-discovered large-scale submarine slide on the northeast Newfoundland shelf
(P35) Strozyk, F., Strasser, M., Krastel, S., Foerster, A., Kopf, A. and Huhn, K. Landslide repetition in active margin environments — observations from the Hellenic forearc, eastern Mediterranean.
(P40) Trincardi, F., Minisini, D., Verdicchio, G. and Cattaneo A. Dating mass-transport deposits along continental margins impacted by bottom currents
(P11) Hamlin, H.S. and Nance, H.S. Slump and debris flow facies from mixed carbonate/clastic submarine slopes, Permian Basin, west Texas
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and tsunamis
(P05) Delbecq, K.L., Hornbach, M.J., Mann, H. and Brown, L. Sourcing Kinston Harbor slope failures and associated tsunamis
(P38) Taylor, O., Baxter, C. and Grilli, S. Probabilistic submarine landslide tsunami hazard assessment along the United States northeast coast

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