Gravitationally Injective Mixtites: A New Type of Mass Transport Deposits View Full Text


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2022-06

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M. G. Leonov

ABSTRACT

An analog experiment simulating the dynamics of density gravitational flows and the mechanism of their burial in the sedimentary cover section was conducted. As a result, a previously undiagnosed type of mass transport deposits, namely gravitationally injective mixtites, was revealed. Their formation is associated with the mechanical introduction of the material of density flows into the sedimentary cover. More... »

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338-343

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