Introduction. Turbidites: geological formations that have their origins in turbidity currents deposits, that deposit from a form of underwater avalanche that are responsible for distributing vast amounts of clastic sediment into the deep ocean. .
Idealised sequence of sedimentary textures and structures
in a classical turbidite, or Bouma sequence (Bouma, 1962).
Evolution of a single event down channel
over a distance of 74 km
Less dated turbidites
Low foram abundanceResults
Regional correlation of turbidite stratigraphy spanning the Holocene
Noyo canyon is cut by the NSAF and as an epicentral distance of zero → explains thicker turbidite records