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Sedimentary features of seismites, seismo-turbidites and tsunamiites-an introduction
Shiki, T.; Cita, M.B.; Gorsline, D.S.
Sedimentary features of seismoturbidites triggered by the 1983 and older historical earthquakes in the eastern margin of the Japan Sea
Nakajima, T.; Kanai, Y.
Seismically triggered turbidites in small margin basins: Alfonso Basin, Western Gulf of California and Santa Monica Basin, California Borderland
Gorsline, D.S.; de Diego, T.; Nava-Sanchez, E.H.
Sedimentary features of the seismo-turbidites, Lake Biwa, Japan
Shiki, T.; Kumon, F.; Inouchi, Y.; Kontani, Y.; Sakamoto, T.; Tateishi, M.; Matsubara, H.; Fukuyama, K.
The Hilt Bed, an Upper Cretaceous compound basin-plain seismoturbidite in the Hornbrook Forearc Basin of southern Oregon and northern California, USA
Acoustic facies of Holocene megaturbidites in the Eastern Mediterranean
Rebesco, M.; Vedova, B.D.; Cernobori, L.; Aloisi, G.
Low sea-level stand emplacement of megaturbidites in the western and eastern Mediterranean Sea
Rothwell, R.G.; Reeder, M.S.; Anastasakis, G.; Stow, D.A.V.; Thomson, J.; Kahler, G.
Transparent layers in seismic reflection records from the central Ionian Sea (Mediterranean)-evidence for repeated catastrophic turbidite sedimentation during the Quaternary
Seismic deformation structures of the post-2300 a BP muddy sediments in Kawachi lowland plain, Osaka, Japan
Soft-sediment deformation structures interpreted as seismites in lacustrine sediments of the Prebetic Zone, SE Spain, and their potential use as indicators of earthquake magnitudes during the Late Miocene
Rodrguez-Pascua, M.A.; Calvo, J.P.; de Vicente, G.; Gomez-Gras, D.
Deciphering the sedimentological imprint of paleoseismic events: an example from the Aptian Codo Formation, northern Brazil
Rossetti, D.F.; Goes, A.M.
A new phenomenon in ancient liquefaction-the draw-in process, its final stage
Takahama, N.; Otsuka, T.; Brahmantyo, B.
Soft-sediment deformation structures interpreted as seismites in middle-late Pleistocene aeolian deposits (Apulian foreland, southern Italy)
Deep-sea tsunami deposits triggered by the explosion of Santorini (3500y BP), eastern Mediterranean
Cita, M.B.; Aloisi, G.
The Augias megaturbidite in the central Ionian Sea (central Mediterranean) and its relation to the Holocene Santorini event
Hieke, W.; Werner, F.
Tsunami deposits in Holocene bay mud in southern Kanto region, Pacific coast of central Japan
Fujiwara, O.; Masuda, F.; Sakai, T.; Irizuki, T.; Fuse, K.
Depositional facies and sedimentary successions of earthquake-induced tsunami deposits in Upper Pleistocene incised valley fills, central Japan
Takashimizu, Y.; Masuda, F.
Sedimentary record of the 1872 earthquake and ''Tsunami'' at Owens Lake, southeast California
Smoot, J.P.; Litwin, R.J.; Bischoff, J.L.; Lund, S.J.
Sedimentary differences between the 1993 Hokkaido-nansei-oki tsunami and the 1959 Miyakojima typhoon at Taisei, southwestern Hokkaido, northern Japan
Nanayama, F.; Shigeno, K.; Satake, K.; Shimokawa, K.; Koitabashi, S.; Miyasaka, S.; Ishii, M.
Tsunami-related scour-and-drape undulations in Middle Pliocene restricted-bay carbonate deposits (Salento, south Italy)
Massari, F.; D'Alessandro, A.
Bedforms produced by impact-generated tsunami, ~2.6Ga Hamersley basin, Western Australia
Hassler, S.W.; Robey, H.F.; Simonson, B.M.
Origin of the Penalver Formation in northwestern Cuba and its relation to K/T boundary impact event
Takayama, H.; Tada, R.; Matsui, T.; Iturralde-Vinent, M.A.; Oji, T.; Tajika, E.; Kiyokawa, S.; Garcia, D.; Okada, H.; Hasegawa, T.; Toyoda, K.