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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSP19 Submarine Mass Movements and their Consequences (co-listed in NH)

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Micallef, A.; Masson, D.G.; Berndt, C.; Blondel, P.; Stow, D.A.V
A geomorphological investigation of lateral spreading and translational sliding within the Storegga Slide

Antobreh, A.A.; Krastel, S.
On the Architecture and geological Development of the Mauritania Slide Complex: new Insights from acoustic and high-resolution seismic Imaging

Vanneste, M.; Mienert, J.
The Hinlopen Slide: A Giant, Submarine Slope Failure on the Northern Svalbard Continental Margin, Arctic Ocean

Lintern, G.; Hill, P.
Real time monitoring of slope conditions using the VENUS underwater cabled observatory

Loncke, L.; Droz, L. ; Gaullier, V.; Basile, C. ; Roest, W.; Patriat, M.
Effect of structural inheritance on the distribution and importance of slope instabilities along a passive transform margin. The example of the French Guyana margin.

Niedoroda, A.; Reed, C.; Das, H.; Hatchett, L.; Perlet, A.B.
Controls of the Behavior of Marine Turbidity Currents

Loncke, L.; Huguen, C.; Ducassou, E.; Bayon, G.; Dupré, S.; Gontharet, S.; Mascle, J.; Migeon, S.; Pierre, C.
The central Nile deep-sea fan: an example of interaction between fluid ascents and slope instabilities.

Schnieders, L.; Schulz, H. D.; Kölling, M.
Evidence of a 10 – 20 years old mass wasting event off Mauretania proved by pore water chemistry analyses

Dan, G; Sultan, N; Savoye, B; Cattaneo, A
Slope stability assessment on the Algiers area (Algerian margin) using a geotechnical approach and a 3D slope stability model. (withdrawn)

Papatheodorou, G; Stefatos, A; Charalampakis, M; Ferentinos, G
Holocene Gravitative Mass Movements and Tsunami Hazards in a Highly Active Arc System: The Hellenic Arc.

Rovere, M.; Argnani, A.; Bonazzi, C.
Tectonics and large-scale mass wasting along the slope of the southern Adriatic basin

Hodgson, D.M.; Wild, R.J.; van der Merwe, W.; Flint, S.S.; Oliveira, C.M.
Stratigraphic prediction and impact of soft-sediment deformation phenomena in the southwest Karoo Basin, South Africa

L'Heureux, J.S.; Longva, O.; Hansen, L.; Sand, K.
3D sedimentary architecture of the Nidelva delta (Trondheim, Norway): Implications for regional slope instability assessment (withdrawn)

Strasser, M.; Stegmann, S.; Anselmetti, F.S.; Kopf, A.; Bussmann, F.; Rick, B.
In situ geotechnical measurements and slope stability analyses in Lake Lucerne: From understanding of past to predictions of future slides

Falorni, G.; Leoni, L.; Catani, F.; Vannucchi, P.
Modeling landslides in a submarine canyon within the upper plate of a subduction zone

GAULLIER, V.; Cattaneo, A.; Domzig, A.; Déverchère, J.; Yelles, K.; Mercier de Lépinay, B.; Kherroubi, A.; Graindorge, A.; Bracène, R.
Submarine mass movements on the eastern Algerian margin : preliminary results from the MARADJA 2 – Leg 2 cruise (2005)

Tappin, D; Mosher, D; McNeill, L; Henstock, T; Moran, K; SEATOS SCIENCE PARTY
Landslides and mass wasting offshore Sumatra – results from the HMS Scott and SEATOS surveys 2005

Tappin, D; Tyler, P; Moran, K; Copley, J; McMurtry, G
Dating submarine mass failures and relationships to tsunami generation: the use of multibeam bathymetry and seabed images, examples from the Pacific and Indian Oceans

Stegmann, S; Moerz, T; Kopf, A
In situ - characterisation in marine slope sediments with lightweight CPT instruments

Cauchon-Voyer, G.; Locat, J.; St-Onge, G.
Submarine morpho-sedimentology of the Betsiamites - Rimouski area, St. Lawrence estuary, Quebec, Canada

Barnolas, A.; Samso, J.M.; Gil-Peña, I.
The Eocene South-Pyrenean carbonate gravity flow deposits in the Jaca-Pamplona Basin: Internal structure variability and interpretation

Sansoucy, M; Locat, J.; Lee, H.; Orange, D.
Assessing the stability conditions of the Cap de Creus, Gulf of Lions, Canyon using limit equilibrium methods.

Munachen, S. E.
New insights into turbidity current formation from submarine flowslides

Bosman, A.; Bozzano, F.; Chiocci, F.L.; Mazzanti, P.
1783 Scilla tsunami: first evidences of a submarine landslide as a possible cause

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