Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences

5th International Symposium

ISBN: 978-94-007-2161-6 (Print) 978-94-007-2162-3 (Online)

Table of contents (66 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxi

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    Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences

  3. Physical Properties of Sediments and Slope Stability Assessment

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      Pages 13-13

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      Risk Assessment for Earthquake-Induced Submarine Slides

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      Pages 29-41

      Shallow Landslides and Their Dynamics in Coastal and Deepwater Environments, Norway

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      Pages 43-54

      Physical Properties and Age of Continental Slope Sediments Dredged from the Eastern Australian Continental Margin – Implications for Timing of Slope Failure

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      Pages 55-66

      Submarine Landslides on the Upper Southeast Australian Passive Continental Margin – Preliminary Findings

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      Pages 67-76

      Development and Potential Triggering Mechanisms for a Large Holocene Landslide in the Lower St. Lawrence Estuary

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      Pages 77-86

      Spatially Fixed Initial Break Point and Fault-Rock Development in a Landslide Area

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      Pages 87-97

      Pore Water Geochemistry as a Tool for Identifying and Dating Recent Mass-Transport Deposits

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      Pages 99-109

      An In-Situ Free-Fall Piezocone Penetrometer for Characterizing Soft and Sensitive Clays at Finneidfjord (Northern Norway)

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      Pages 111-121

      Static and Cyclic Shear Strength of Cohesive and Non-cohesive Sediments

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      Pages 123-132

      Upstream Migration of Knickpoints: Geotechnical Considerations

  4. Seafloor Geomorphology for Trigger Mechanisms and Landslide Dynamics

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      Pages 133-133

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      Pages 135-146

      A Reevaluation of the Munson-Nygren-Retriever Submarine Landslide Complex, Georges Bank Lower Slope, Western North Atlantic

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      Pages 147-157

      Submarine Landslides in Arctic Sedimentation: Canada Basin

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      Pages 159-166

      Extensive Erosion of the Deep Seafloor – Implications for the Behavior of Flows Resulting from Continental Slope Instability

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      Pages 167-176

      Investigations of Slides at the Upper Continental Slope Off Vesterålen, North Norway

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      Pages 177-188

      Dakar Slide Offshore Senegal, NW-Africa: Interaction of Stacked Giant Mass Wasting Events and Canyon Evolution

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      Pages 189-199

      Large-Scale Mass Wasting on the Northwest African Continental Margin: Some General Implications for Mass Wasting on Passive Continental Margins

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      Pages 201-212

      Deep-Seated Bedrock Landslides and Submarine Canyon Evolution in an Active Tectonic Margin: Cook Strait, New Zealand

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      Pages 213-222

      Polyphase Emplacement of a 30 km3 Blocky Debris Avalanche and Its Role in Slope-Gully Development

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      Pages 223-232

      Slope Failure and Canyon Development Along the Northern South China Sea Margin

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