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Of interest is another category of sediment waves observed at the mouths of canyons (Fig. 1). These bedforms have crests arranged perpendicularly to the axis of the canyon with a wavelength of approximately 1200 m and amplitudes of up to 50m. Two sediment wave fields have been identified associated with canyons that have been active recently (activity is identified by erosion of the recent drape by channels). Like sediment waves that occur on the outer bends of channels, they are asymmetric and appear to migrate in an up-current direction (Fig.
2). These deposits are interpreted as debris flow deposits and are interpreted not to be sand prone. The debrites in the Kutei Basin are analogous to the mass transport complexes of the Plio-Pleistocene Mississippi Fan (Weimer 1990). Where observed, on surface displays of dip attribute and amplitude, the bases of the debrites are grooved or striated. The striated bases have been interpreted by Posamentier (2001) as scours formed by blocks of semi-lithified material entrained at the base of the flow.
The major limitation of this near-seafloor dataset is the lack of calibration. Lithology is therefore largely inferred from internal and external seismic geometries and through comparison with analogous calibrated deposits in the prospective Mio-Pliocene section (Figure 2; Sherwood et al. 2001). Deepwater geomorphology and process Features visible on the present day seabed illustrate the complexity of the slope and basin floor. A dip attribute map of the seabed derived from 3D seismic data shows a variety of features (Fig.