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Abstract

Three-dimensional seismic data is used to describe the detailed morphology of a 3085 km2 area of the<br>modern-day slope within the South Gabon Basin, offshore West Africa. A number of features are recognised<br>which document gravity-flow or oceanographic current-related depositional processes (e.g. slope gullies,<br>channel-levee complexes and sediments waves), and the escape of fluids from within the basin-fill (e.g.<br>pockmarks).

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2009-03-01
2024-06-22
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