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Abstract

The Eocene Annot Sandstone in the French Alps corresponds to a turbiditic system up to 1000m thick, which has filled large morphologic gutters induced by tectonic activity. Detailed field studies have recently been undertaken on well-exposed 3D outcrops at a reservoir scale (kilometric), in order to analyse and reconstruct the architecture of deep-marine gravity deposits. These selected sites belong to different sedirnentary settings (inner fan valley, channel-levee system, depositional lobes) and different morphological configurations (narrow trough controlled by faulting, unconfined basin), and they exhibit a large variety of facies (slumps, debris-flows, high and low density turbidites).

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1998-10-03
2021-10-22
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