Deepwater References

Deepwater Systems, Eustasy and County Clare- Papers

This page lists some of the literature [with some attached .pdf files] related to the analysis of deepwater systems and eustatic change.

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L. Droz, T. Marsset, H. Ondréas, M. Lopez, B. Savoye, and F.-L. Spy-Anderson, (2003), Architecture of an active mud-rich turbidite system: The Zaire Fan (Congo–Angola margin southeast Atlantic): Results from Zai¨Ango 1 and 2 cruises, AAPG Bulletin, v. 87, no. 7, pp. 1145–1168
Henry W. Posamentier & Venkatarathnan Kolla, (2003), Seismic Geomorphology and stratigraphy of depositional elements in Deep-Water Settings, Journal Of Sedimentary Research, vol. 73, no. 3, p. 367–388
Shanmugam, G., 2006, The Tsunamite Problem, Journal of Sedimentary Research, 2006, V. 76, 718–730

Other Useful References

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Beaubouef, R.T., and S. J. Friedmann, 2000, High resolution seismic/sequence stratigraphic framework for the evolution of Pleistocene intra slope basins, western Gulf of Mexico: Depositional models and reservoir analogs, in P. Weimer, R. M. Slatt, J. Coleman, N. C. Rossen, H. Nelson, A. H. Bouma, M. J. Styzen, and D. T. Lawrence, eds., Deep-water reservoirs of the world: Gulf Coast Section-SEPM Special Publication, p. 40-60.

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