GM8.4Submarine canyons: Complex deep-sea environments unravelled by multidisciplinary research
|Convener: Aaron Micallef|
Thursday, 11 April 2013
Chairperson: Aaron Micallef, Veerle Huvenne
Sediment transport processes at the head of Halibut Canyon, Eastern Canada margin: An interplay between internal tides and dense shelf water cascading. (solicited)
Pere Puig, Blair J.W. Greenan, Michael Z. Li, Robert H. Prescott, and David J.W. Piper
Last decade relationship between longshore drift and the head of the canyon of Capbreton (SW France) : descriptive and numerical approaches.
Mazières Alaïs, Gillet Hervé, Castelle Bruno, Guyot Corentin, and Mallet Cyril
Submarine canyon morphologies and evolution on a modern carbonate system: the Northern Slope of Little Bahama Bank (Bahamas).
Elsa Tournadour, Thierry Mulder, Jean Borgomano, Vincent Hanquiez, Emmanuelle Ducassou, Hervé Gillet, and Patrick Sorriaux
Holocene canyon activity under a combination of tidal and tectonic forcing
Joshu Mountjoy, Aaron Micallef, Craig Stevens, and Mark Stirling
A vertical wall in the Whittard Canyon with a novel community assemblage
Mark Johnson, Martin White, Annette Wilson, Laura Wuerzberg, Enrico Schwabe, Helka Folch, and Louise Allcock
Morphostructure and controlling factors on the past and present Gioia-Mesima submarine/channel system (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy)
Eleonora Morelli, Eleonora Martorelli, and Francesco Latino Chiocci