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Bailey, P., M.A. Clare, K.J. Rosenberger, M.J.B. Cartigny, P.J. Talling, C.K. Paull, R. Gwiazda, D.R. Parsons, S.M. Simmons, J. Xu, I.D. Haigh, K.L. Maier, M. McGanni, E. Lundsten, and Monterey CCE Team. 2021. Preconditioning by sediment accumulation can produce powerful turbidity currents without major external triggers. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 562: 1–14.


Clare, M.A., M. Cartigny, P. Talling, K. Rosenberger, C. Paull, J. Hughes Clarke, R. Gwiazda, D. Parsons, J. Xu, R. Perera Silva Jacinto, and R. Apprioual. 2020. Lessons learned from monitoring of turbidity currents and guidance for future platform designs. Geological Society London, Special Publications, 500: 605–634.  

Heerema, C.J., P.J. Talling, M.J. Cartigny, C.K. Paull, L. Bailey, S.M. Simmons, D.R. Parsons, M.A. Clare, R. Gwiazda, E. Lundsten, K. Anderson, K.L. Maier, J.P. Xu, E.J. Sumner, K.J. Rosenberger, J. Gales, M. McGann, L. Carter, and E. Pope. 2020. What determines the downstream evolution of turbidity currents?. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 532: 1–11.

Wang, Z., J. Xu, P.J. Talling, M.J.B. Cartigny, S.M. Simmons, R. Gwiazda, C.K. Paull, K.L. Maier, and D.R. Parsons. 2020. Direct evidence of a high-concentration basal layer in a submarine turbidity current, Deep-Sea Research Part 1: Oceanographic Research Papers, 123(103300): 1–18. https://doi/10.1016/j.dsr.2020.103300


Maier, K. L., J.A. Gales, C.K. Paull, K.J. Rosenberger, P.J. Talling, S.M. Simmons, R. Gwiazda, M. McGann, M.J.B. Cartigny, E. Lundsten, K. Anderson, M.A. Clare, J. Xu, D. Parsons, J.P. Barry, M. Wolfson-Schwehr, N.M. Nieminski, and E.J. Sumner. 2019. Linking Direct Measurements of Turbidity Currents to Submarine Canyon-Floor Deposits. Frontiers in Earth Science, 7: 1–18.

Maier, K.L., K.J. Rosenberger, C.K. Paull, R. Gwiazda, J. Gales, T. Lorenson, J.P. Barry, P.J. Talling, M. McGann, J. Xu, E. Lundsten, K. Anderson, S.Y. Litvin, D.R. Parsons, M.A. Clare, S.M. Simmons, E.J. Sumner, and M.J.B. Cartigny. 2019. Sediment and organic carbon transport and deposition driven by internal tides along Monterey Canyon, offshore California. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 153(103108).


Paull, C.K., P.J. Talling, K.L. Maier, D. Parsons, J. Xu, D.W. Caress, R. Gwiazda, E.M. Lundsten, K. Anderson, J.P. Barry, M. Chaffey, T. O'Reilly, K.J. Rosenberger, J.A. Gales, B. Kieft, M. McGann, S.M. Simmons, M. McCann, E.J. Sumner, M.A. Clare, and J. Cartigny. 2018. Powerful turbidity currents driven by dense basal layers. Nature Communications, 9: 1–9.


Symons, W. O., E.J. Sumner, C.K. Paull, M.J.B. Cartigny, J.P. Xu, K.L. Maier, T.D. Lorenson, and P.J. Talling. 2017. A new model for turbidity current behavior based on integration of flow monitoring and precision coring in a submarine canyon. Geology, 45: 367–370.



Paull, C.K., D.W. Caress, W. Ussler III, E. Lundsten, and M. Meiner-Johnson 2011. High-resolution bathymetry of the axial channels within Monterey and Soquel submarine canyons, offshore central California. Geosphere, 7: 1077–1101.


Paull, C.K., W. Ussler III, D.W. Caress, E. Lundsten, J. Barry, J.A. Covault, K.L. Maier, J. Xu, and S. Augenstein. 2010. Origins of large crescent-shaped bedforms within the axial channel of Monterey Canyon, offshore California. Geosphere, 6: 755–774.


Paull, C.K., P. Mitts, W. Ussler III, R. Keaten, and H.G. Greene. 2005. Trail of sand in upper Monterey Canyon. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 117: 1134–1145.