I thoroughly enjoyed getting to present some of our work at EGU in Vienna this past April. It was good to see the city for the first time and to meet up with others interested in the interactions of supercritical density currents and their deposits. Thanks to the organizers of the session on Sedimentological aspects of supercritical flows: Upper flow-regime structures, bedforms and fluid mechanics for putting together a great selection of talks. Here’s the abstract for our talk:
Strom, K. Hamilton, P., Gaillot, Fedele, J., and Hoyal, D. (2017). Autogenic processes and deposit signatures in laboratory submarine fan experiments with supercritical alluvial channels. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 19, EGU2017-2861 [Abstract].