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Behaviour Of A Piston Corer From Accelerometers And New Insights On Quality Of The Recovery ArchiMer
Bourillet, Jean-francois; Damy, Gilbert; Dussud, Loic; Sultan, Nabil; Woerther, Patrice; Migeon, Sebastien.
Various observations pointed out that cores performed with gravity piston corer show signifi cant distortions mainly located at the top of the core. A series of 15 cores were performed at the same location on a submarine sand wave (Var canyon, France). Six different settings of the corer – three freefall heights and three slacks of the piston cable – were tested, including duplicates. Two accelerometers recorded simultaneously the movements of the core tube and the movements of the triggering arm. Then the z displacements were obtained by a double integration versus time of the measured acceleration. The analyses of results allowed the authors to estimate the amplitude and the duration of the elastic recoil of the aramid cable, andto distinguish four steps...
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Ano: 2007 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00071/18198/15766.pdf
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Contourite identification along Italian margins: The case of the Portofino drift (Ligurian Sea) ArchiMer
Cattaneo, Antonio; Miramontes, Elda; Samalens, Kevin; Garreau, Pierre; Caillaud, Matthieu; Marsset, Bruno; Corradi, Nicola; Migeon, Sebastien.
A brief review of the published evidence of current deposits around Italy is the occasion to test the robustness of matching bottom current velocity models and seafloor morphologies to identify contourite drifts not yet documented. We present the result of the regional hydrodynamic model MARS3D in the Northern Tyrrhenian and Ligurian Sea with horizontal resolution of 1.2 km and 60 levels with focus on bottom current: data are integrated over summer and winter 2013 as representative of low and high intensity current conditions. The Eastern Ligurian margin is impacted by the Levantine Intermediate Water (LIW) with modeled mean velocity of bottom current up to 20 cm s−1 in winter 2013 and calculated bottom shear stress exceeding 0.2 N m−2 in water depth of...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Sediment drift; Circulation model; Bottom current velocity; Levantine Intermediate Water; Submarine landslide; Mediterranean.
Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00378/48977/49394.pdf
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Fluid Seepage in Relation to Seabed Deformation on the Central Nile Deep-Sea Fan, Part 1: Evidence from Sidescan Sonar Data ArchiMer
Dano, Alexandre; Praeg, Daniel; Migeon, Sebastien; Augustin, Jean-marie; Ceramicola, Silvia; Ketzer, Joao Marcelo; Augustin, Adolfo Herbert; Ducassou, Emmanuelle; Mascle, Jean.
The central Nile Deep-Sea Fan contains a broad area of seabed destabilisation in association with fluid seepage: slope-parallel sediment undulations are associated with multibeam high-backscatter patches (HBPs) related to authigenic carbonates. During the 2011 APINIL campaign, a deep-towed sidescan and profiling system (SAR) was used to acquire high-resolution data along three transects across water depths of 1,700-2,650 m. Three seabed domains are distinguished, all developed within stratified sediments overlying mass-transport deposits (MTDs). Upslope of the undulations (<1,950 m), sidescan HBPs record focused fluid seepage via seabed cracks. In the western area of undulations, sidescan HBPs are distinct from intermediate-backscatter patches (IBPs)...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Fluid seepage; Sediment deformation; Backscatter; Gas flares.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00226/33752/37059.pdf
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Fluid seepage in relation to seabed deformation on the central Nile Deep-Sea Fan, part 2: evidence from multibeam and sidescan imagery ArchiMer
Praeg, Daniel; Ketzer, Joao Marcelo; Augustin, Adolfo Herbert; Migeon, Sebastien; Ceramicola, Silvia; Dano, Alexandre; Ducassou, Emmanuelle; Dupre, Stephanie; Mascle, Jean; Rodrigues, Luiz Frederico.
On the central Nile deep-sea fan, stratified sediments overlying mass-transport deposits (MTDs) are deformed into slope-parallel seabed undulations associated with fluid seepage. The western part of this system, in water depths of 1,950–2,250 m, is examined using multi-frequency data from hull-mounted and deep-towed swath/profiling systems. Sub-bottom profiles show sub-vertical fluid pipes that terminate both at and below seabed, and gas signatures along fault planes bounding the undulations. Fluid seepage is recorded by high- to intermediate-backscatter patches (HBPs, IBPs) that differ in appearance on multibeam imagery (30 kHz, ≤3 m penetration) and sidescan swaths (170/190 kHz, <0.1 m penetration). Comparison of the two suggests a distinction of (a)...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Slope undulations; Fluid seeps; Backscatter; Carbonates; Pipes; Faults.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00158/26956/25251.pdf
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Morphology, distribution and origin of recent submarine landslides of the Ligurian Margin (North-western Mediterranean): some insights into geohazard assessment ArchiMer
Migeon, Sebastien; Cattaneo, Antonio; Hassoun, Virginie; Larroque, Christophe; Corradi, Nicola; Fanucci, Francesco; Dano, Alexandre; De Lepinay, Bernard Mercier; Sage, Francoise; Gorini, Christian.
Based on new multibeam bathymetric data, seismic-reflection profiles and side-scan sonar images, a great number of submarine failures of various types and sizes was identified along the northern margin of the Ligurian Basin and characterized with 3 distinct end-members concerning their location on the margin, sedimentary processes and possible triggering mechanisms. They include superficial landslides mainly located in the vicinity of the main mountain-supplied rivers and on the inner walls of canyons (typically smaller that 10(8) m(3) in volume: Type 1), deep scars 100-500 m high along the base of the continental slope (Type 2), and large-scale scars and Mass Transport Deposits (MTDs) affecting the upper part of the slope (Type 3 failures). The MTDs are...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ligurian Sea; Submarine landslides; Seafloor morphology; Seismic-reflection profiles; Side-scan sonar.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00043/15387/14028.pdf
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Seafloor margin map helps in understanding subduction earthquakes ArchiMer
Collot, Julien; Migeon, Sebastien; Spence, G.; Legonidec, Y.; Marcaillou, B.; Schneider, J.-l.; Michaud, F.; Alvarado, A.; Lebrun, J.-f.; Sosson, M.; Pazmino, A..
cuador and southwest (SW) Colombia suffered widespread damage during the twentieth century as a result of some of the greatest subduction earthquakes and associated tsunamis ever recorded. In 1906, the Ecuador‐SW Columbia margin, located at the transition between the continent and deep ocean, ruptured over a 500‐kilometer length as a single great (Mw = 8.8) subduction earthquake (Figure 1a) [Kelleher, 1972]. The 1906 rupture zone was partially reactivated in 1942, 1958, and 1979 by earthquakes of Mw 7.7 to 8.2 (Figure 1b), with 100‐200 kilometerlong rupture zones [Beck and Ruff, 1984]. Such considerable variation in earthquake rupture length and magnitude in this area's seismic cycles during the last century has raised questions about the nature and...
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Ano: 2005 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00451/56257/57826.pdf
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The Esmeraldas Canyon: a helpful marker of the Pliocene‐Pleistocene tectonic deformation of the north Ecuador southwest Colombia convergent margin ArchiMer
Collot, Jean-yves; Ratzov, Gueorgui; Silva, P.; Proust, J.‐n.; Migeon, Sebastien; Hernandez, M.‐j.; Michaud, F.; Pazmino, A.; Barba Castillo, D.; Alvarado, A.; Khumara, S..
Deciphering the migration pattern of the Esmeraldas submarine Canyon (EC) and its history of cut‐and‐fill allows constraining the Pliocene‐Pleistocene tectonic evolution of the Ecuador‐Colombia convergent margin. Swath bathymetry, multichannel seismic reflection and chronological data show that the EC is a 143‐km–long, shelf‐incising, river‐connected canyon that started incising slope apron deposits in the Manglares fore‐arc basin ~ 5.3 Ma ago. The EC inception appears contemporaneous with the subduction of the Carnegie Ridge that is believed to have initiated 5‐6 Myr ago and is considered an indirect cause of the EC formation. During its two‐stage left‐lateral migration, the EC upper‐half scoured deep incisions providing evidences for uplift episodes in...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Convergent margin tectonics; Submarine canyon; Fore-arc basin; Natural hazards; Paleoseismology.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00509/62060/66236.pdf
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