Supplemental material: Latest Quaternary sedimentation in the northern Gulf of Mexico Intraslope Basin Province: I. Sediment facies and depositional processes
journal contributionposted on 2015-11-10, 00:00 authored by John E. Damuth, Hilary Clement Olson
Geosphere, December 2015, v. 11, p. 1689-1718, doi:10.1130/GES01090.1, Supplemental Figure 2 - Additional 3.5 kHz profiles across the East Breaks Slide Complex (locations are shown in Fig. 13; profiles are identified by profile labels, OP, QR, etc.). (A) Oblique dip profile (OP) down the western portion of the complex showing mass-transport deposits (MTDs). (B) Dip profile (QR) along the far western edge of the western complex showing “carpet roll effect” caused by slumping. (C, D) Dip profiles (ST) and (UV) down the toe deposits of the western side of the complex (Type 5 echoes). (E) Dip profile (WX) down the eastern portion of the complex showing thin debris-flow deposits (Type 5 echoes). Cores on profiles are shown in text Figure 15 and Supplemental Figure 3.