Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
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[Composition, geometry and emplacement dynamics of a large volcanic island landslide
offshore Martinique: from volcano flank-collapse to seafloor sediment failure?]
[Morgane Brunet*1, Anne Le Friant1, Georges Boudon1, Sara Lafuerza1, Peter Talling2,
Matthew Hornbach3, Ozamu Ishizuka4, Elodie Lebas5, Hervé Guyard1 and IODP
Expedition 340 science party]
[1 :
Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Sorbonne Paris Cité, Université Paris Diderot,
CNRS UMR 7154, 1, rue Jussieu, Paris, France.
2: National Oceanography Center, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
3: Department of Earth Sciences, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, USA
4: Geological Survey of Japan, AIST, Tsukuba, Japan
5: Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, Germany]
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Figures S1
[This figure completes informations given by Figure 4. It corresponds to a seismic profile
parallel to the one illustrated in Figure 4 showing broadly the same informations (type of
seismic facies) but with the localization of the DAD3 deposit]
Figure S1. Three distinct seismic facies characterize the SLD. a) Well-bedded seismic facies
surrounding the landslide deposit, b) and e) Chaotic and chaotic-to-transparent seismic facies
located at the center and the ending part of the SLD, c) Disturbed seismic facies observed
between the distal and final part. d) Zoom on the morphological front area, showing no
reflector and no sediment package allowing to distinguish the two units as previously
suggested (“D1 and D2”, Le Friant et al., 2003a) that are now interpreted as one large
submarine landslide deposit (SLD).