TDWB_17_1

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Experiment to explore shelf-edge deltas and coupled downslope submarine fan systems that experience changes in relative sea level. Stage 1 included construction of system with constant relative sea level, stage 2 captured system evolving under short relative sea level cycles with small magnitudes, stage 3 captured system evolving under a long relative sea level cycles with a large magnitude. Size and durations of relative sea level cycles were scaled to autogenic scales. Input flow was delivered with a flood cycle and input flow contained dissolved salt to promote plunging of turbidity currents at shelf-edge.

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Name Value Last Modified
Principal Investigator(s)
  • Kyle Straub
Added by Kyle Straub on Aug 23, 2019
Is Referenced By
  • Straub KM (2019) Morphodynamics and Stratigraphic Architecture of Shelf-Edge Deltas Subject to Constant vs. Dynamic Environmental Forcings: A Laboratory Study. Front. Earth Sci. 7:121. doi: 10.3389/feart.2019.00121
Added by Kyle Straub on Aug 23, 2019
Grant Number
  • EAR-1424312
Added by Kyle Straub on Aug 23, 2019
Funding Institution
  • National Science Foundation
Added by Kyle Straub on Aug 23, 2019
Contact
  • Kyle Straub
Added by Kyle Straub on Aug 23, 2019
Contact
  • Kyle Straub
Added by Kyle Straub on Aug 23, 2019
  • Principal Investigator(s): Kyle Straub
  • Is Referenced By: Straub KM (2019) Morphodynamics and Stratigraphic Architecture of Shelf-Edge Deltas Subject to Constant vs. Dynamic Environmental Forcings: A Laboratory Study. Front. Earth Sci. 7:121. doi: 10.3389/feart.2019.00121
  • Grant Number: EAR-1424312
  • Funding Institution: National Science Foundation
  • Contact: Kyle Straub
  • Contact: Kyle Straub

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