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Poster Programme SSP3.2


Turbidites: from outcrops to oil reservoirs and on to ideas (sponsored by IAS)
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 26 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 41
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Fri, 27 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Friday, 27 April 2012, 15:30–17:00
Chairperson: Emiliano Mutti, Francois Guillocheau, Philippe Razin
Introduction: Push and pull between science and technology

Hall A
Turbidites: from outcrops to oil reservoirs and on to ideas
P.W. Homewood, S.C. Anjos, and P. Razin

Building the understanding of turbidite systems: Input from Marine Geology, FlumeExperiments and Numerical Simulation

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Morphobathymetric analyses and recent sedimentary processes of the turbiditic system of the Capbreton submarine canyon (SARGASS cruise 2010) (withdrawn)
S. Brocheray, C. Cremer, S. Zaragosi, H. Gillet, and V. Hanquiez

Concentration-dependent flow stratification in experimental high-density turbidity currents and their relevance to turbidite facies models
M.J.B. Cartigny, J.T. Eggenhuisen, E.W.M. Hansen, and G. Postma

On the interaction between fluid turbulence and particle loading: numerical simulation of turbidity currents and prediction of deep-sea arenites
D.M. Doronzo and J. Dufek

Evidence for lateral and longitudinal compensational stacking in sub-basins based on numerical models of turbidity currents on complex margin topographies (solicited)
S.M. Luthi and X. Wang

Building the understanding of turbidite systems: How outcrops shape the ideas for subsurface reservoirs

Facies, Stratigraphic and Depositional Model of the Sediments in the Abrolhos Archipelago (Bahia, BRAZIL)
R.R. Matte and E.E. Zambonato

Architectural variability of confined turbidite sheet-sands: facies, geometry and infill of associated elementary channels. Examples from the Trois Evêchés Basin, Annot Sandstone Formation, SE France
S. Etienne, T. Mulder, A. Pace, M. Bez, and G. Desaubliaux

Carbonate platform margins and associated turbiditic systems in response to high aggradation rates: the Palaeogene platform margin in Oman
P Razin, F Guillocheau, and G. Calves

Conclusion: an example of how multidisciplinary geoscience is applied by academics together with industry professionals to interpret industrial data on turbidite systems

Plio-Pleistocene Sequence Stratigraphic architecture of the Eastern Niger Delta: Climate Controls, Gravity Driven Deformation and Associated Sedimentary Systems (solicited)
C. Robin, D. Rouby, F. Guillocheau, T. Nalpas, P. Jermannaud, and S. Raillard