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Subaqueous Mass Movements and Their Consequences: Assessing Geohazards, Environmental Implications and Economic Significance of Subaqueous Landslides

Product Code: SP477
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by D.G. Lintern, D.C. Mosher, L.G. Moscardelli, P.T. Bobrowsky, C. Campbell, J.D. Chaytor, J.J. Clague, A. Georgiopoulou, P. Lajeunesse, A. Normandeau, D.J.W. Piper, M. Scherwath, C. Stacey and D. Turmel
Publication Date: 01 October 2019 (not yet published)
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Special Publication 477

Selected articles available via Online First from the Lyell Collection. What is Online First?

The challenges facing submarine mass movement researchers and engineers are plentiful and exciting. This book follows several high-profile submarine landslide disasters that have reached the world’s attention over the past few years. For decades, researchers have been mapping the world’s mass movements. Their significant impacts on the Earth by distributing sediment on phenomenal scales is undeniable. Their importance in the origins of buried resources has long been understood. Their hazard potential ranges from damaging to apocalyptic, frequently damaging local infrastructure and sometimes devastating whole coastlines. Moving beyond mapping advances, the subaqueous mass movement scientists and practitioners are now also focussed on assessing the consequences of mass movements, and the measurement and modelling of events, hazard analysis and mitigation. Many state-of-the-art examples are provided in this book, which is produced under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation Program S4SLIDE (Significance of Modern and Ancient Submarine Slope LandSLIDEs).

Published with IUGS

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN:
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 9781786203823
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 610
Weight: 0 kg

Contents

Dedication

Introduction

Lintern, D. G., Mosher, D. C. & Scherwath, M. Advancing from subaqueous mass movement case studies to providing advice and mitigation

Tectonics and mass movements

Katz, O. & Hamiel, Y. The nature of small to medium earthquakes along the Eastern Mediterranean passive continental margins, and their possible relationships to landslides and submarine salt-tectonic-related shallow faults

Lackey, J. K., Moore, G. F., Strasser, M., Kopf, A. & Ferreira, C. S. Spatial and temporal cross-cutting relationships between fault structures and slope failures along the outer Kumano Basin and Nankai accretionary wedge, SW Japan

Okutsu, N., Ashi, J., Yamaguchi, A., Irino, T., Ikehara, K., Kanamatsu, T., Suganuma, Y. & Murayama, M. Evidence for surface sediment remobilization by earthquakes in the Nankai forearc region from sedimentary records

Riedel, M., Côté, M. M., Urlaub, M., Geersen, J., Scholz, N. A., Naegeli, K. & Spence, G. D. Slope failures along the deformation front of the Cascadia margin: linking slide morphology to subduction zone parameters

Brothers, D. S., Andrews, B. D., Walton, M. A. L., Greene, H. G., Barrie, J. V., Miller, N. C., Ten Brink, U., East, A. E., Haeussler, P. J., Kluesner, J. W. & Conrad, J. E. Slope failure and mass transport processes along the Queen Charlotte Fault, southeastern Alaska

Greene, H. G., Barrie, J. V., Brothers, D. S., Conrad, J. E., Conway, K., East, A. E., Enkin, R., Maier, K. L., Nishenko, S. P., Walton, M. A. L. & Rohr, K. M. M. Slope failure and mass transport processes along the Queen Charlotte Fault Zone, western British Columbia

Horozal, S., Bahk, J.-J., Lee, S. H., Cukur, D., Urgeles, R., Kim, G. Y., Kim, S.-P., Ryu, B.-J. & Kim, J.-H. Mass-wasting processes along the margins of the Ulleung Basin, East Sea: insights from multichannel seismic reflection and multibeam echosounder data

Omeru, T., Bankole, S. I., Jolly, B. A., Seyi, O. S. & Omojola, J. B. Assessment of the effect of mass-transport deposits on fault propagation in Penobscot area, offshore Nova Scotia

Sammartini, M., Camerlenghi, A., Budillon, F., Insinga, D. D., Zgur, F., Conforti, A., Iorio, M., Romeo, R. & Tonielli, R. Open-slope, translational submarine landslide in a tectonically active volcanic continental margin (Licosa submarine landslide, southern Tyrrhenian Sea)

Mass transport deposits, fluid flow and gas hydrates in passive margins

Krastel, S., Li, W., Urlaub, M., Georgiopoulou, A., Wynn, R. B., Schwenk, T., Stevenson, C. & Feldens, P. Mass wasting along the NW African continental margin

Hill, J. C., Brothers, D. S., Hornbach, M. J., Sawyer, D. E., Shillington, D. J. & Bécel, A. Subsurface controls on the development of the Cape Fear Slide Complex, central US Atlantic Margin

Yamamoto, Y., Chiyonobu, S., Kanamatsu, T., Ahagon, N., Aoike, K., Kamiya, N., Ojima, T., Hirose, T., Sugihara, T., Saito, S., Kinoshita, M., Kubo, Y., Yamada, Y. & Nghp-02 Scientists. Repeated large-scale mass-transport deposits and consequent rapid sedimentation in the western part of the Bay of Bengal, India

Somoza, L., Medialdea, T. & González, F. J. Giant mass-transport deposits in the southern Scotia Sea (Antarctica)

Hubble, T., Yeung, S., Clarke, S., Baxter, A. & De Blasio, F. Submarine landslides offshore Yamba, NSW, Australia: an analysis of their timing, downslope motion and possible causes

Mass transport deposits in modern and outcrop sedimentology

Hodgson, D. M., Brooks, H. L., Ortiz-Karpf, A., Spychala, Y., Lee, D. R. & Jackson, C. A.-L. Entrainment and abrasion of megaclasts during submarine landsliding and their impact on flow behaviour

Utsunomiya, M., Noda, A. & Otsubo, M. Preferential formation of a slide plane in translational submarine landslide deposits in a Pleistocene forearc basin fill exposed in east-central Japan

Kamiya, N., Utsunomiya, M., Yamamoto, Y., Fukuoka, J., Zhang, F. & Lin, W. Formation of excess fluid pressure, sediment fluidization and mass-transport deposits in the Plio-Pleistocene Boso forearc basin, central Japan

Navarro, L. & Arnott, R. W. C. Stratal architecture and evolution of a slope mass-transport complex, Isaac Formation, Neoproterozoic Windermere Supergroup, southern Canadian Cordillera, British Columbia, Canada

Tsunami risk assessment

Huntley, D., Bobrowsky, P., Goff, J., Chagué, C., Stead, D., Donati, D. & Mariampillai, D. Extending the terrestrial depositional record of marine geohazards in coastal NW British Columbia

Turmel, D., Locat, J., Leblanc, J. & Cauchon-Voyer, G. Tsunami modelling of the 7250 cal years BP Betsiamites submarine landslide

Gusev, O. I., Khakimzyanov, G. S. & Chubarov, L. B. Bulgarian tsunami on 7 May 2007: numerical investigation of the hypothesis of a submarine-landslide origin

Løvholt, F., Schulten, I., Mosher, D., Harbitz, C. & Krastel, S. Modelling the 1929 Grand Banks slump and landslide tsunami

Locat, J. Failure and post-failure analysis of submarine mass movements using geomorphology and geomechanical concepts

Oppikofer, T., Hermanns, R. L., Roberts, N. J. & Böhme, M. SPLASH: semi-empirical prediction of landslide-generated displacement wave run-up heights

Assessments of subaqueous mass movements in labs, lakes, fjords and coastal areas

Deering, R., Bell, T., Forbes, D. L., Campbell, C. & Edinger, E. Morphological characterization of submarine slope failures in a semi-enclosed fjord, Frobisher Bay, eastern Canadian Arctic

Normandeau, A., Campbell, D. C., Piper, D. J. W. & Jenner, K. A. New evidence for a major late Quaternary submarine landslide on the external western levee of Laurentian Fan

Casalbore, D., Martorelli, E., Bosman, A., Morelli, E. & Chiocci, F. L. Failure dynamics of landslide scars on the lower continental slope of the Tyrrhenian Calabrian margin: insights from an integrated morpho-bathymetric and seismic analysis

Strupler, M., Anselmetti, F. S., Hilbe, M. & Strasser, M. Quantitative characterization of subaqueous landslides in Lake Zurich (Switzerland) based on a high-resolution bathymetric dataset

Mountjoy, J. J., Wang, X., Woelz, S., Fitzsimons, S., Howarth, J. D., Orpin, A. R. & Power, W. Tsunami hazard from lacustrine mass wasting in Lake Tekapo, New Zealand

Nomura, S., Hitomi, J., De Cesare, G., Takeda, Y., Yamamoto, Y. & Sakaguchi, H. Sediment mass movement of a particle-laden turbidity current based on ultrasound velocity profiling and the distribution of sediment concentration

Yang, S., An, Y. & Liu, Q. A two-dimensional layer-averaged numerical model for turbidity currents

Policy, classification and providing advice for mitigation

Clare, M., Chaytor, J., Dabson, O., Gamboa, D., Georgiopoulou, A., Eady, H., Hunt, J., Jackson, C., Katz, O., Krastel, S., León, R., Micallef, A., Moernaut, J., Moriconi, R., Moscardelli, L., Mueller, C., Normandeau, A., Patacci, M., Steventon, M., Urlaub, M., Völker, D., Wood, L. & Jobe, Z. A consistent global approach for the morphometric characterization of subaqueous landslides

Kuhlmann, J., Orpin, A. R., Mountjoy, J. J., Crutchley, G. J., Henrys, S., Lunenburg, R. & Huhn, K. Seismic and lithofacies characterization of a gravity core transect down the submarine Tuaheni Landslide Complex, NE New Zealand

León, R., García-Davalillo, J. C., Casas, D. & Giménez-Moreno, C. J. Submarine landslide catalogue onshore/offshore harmonization: Spain as a case study

Urlaub, M. & Villinger, H. Combining in situ monitoring using seabed instruments and numerical modelling to assess the transient stability of underwater slopes

Dugan, B. & Zhao, X. Effects of stress on failure behaviour of shallow-marine muds from the northern Gulf of Mexico

Bellwald, B. & Planke, S. Shear margin moraine, mass transport deposits and soft beds revealed by high-resolution P-Cable three-dimensional seismic data in the Hoop area, Barents Sea

Carlton, B., Vanneste, M., Forsberg, C. F., Knudsen, S., Løvholt, F., Kvalstad, T., Holm, S., Kjennbakken, H., Mazhar, M. A., Degago, S. & Haflidason, H. Geohazard assessment related to submarine instabilities in Bjørnafjorden, Norway

Lintern, G., Blais-Stevens, A., Stacey, C., Shaw, J., Bobrowsky, P., Conway, K., Huntley, D., Mackillop, K., Overeem, I. & Scherwath, M. Providing multidisciplinary scientific advice for coastal planning in Kitimat Arm, British Columbia

Schulten, I., Mosher, D. C., Krastel, S., Piper, D. J. W. & Kienast, M. Surficial sediment failures due to the 1929 Grand Banks Earthquake, St Pierre Slope


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