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Abstract

A detailed morphological analysis of the submarine canyons in the Western Gulf of Lions shows the widespread occurrence of an axial incision excavated within the main valley. Such an incision is interpreted as a relict feature dating from the Last Glacial Maximum when sediment transfer from river mouths to canyon heads was enhanced due to sea level lowstand and to increased continental runoff.

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2000-10-01
2021-06-22
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