Upper slope processes and seafloor ecosystems on the Sabrina continental slope, East Antarctica
This study applies detailed seafloor bathymetry data and seafloor images to understand upper slope features and how these influence the distribution of seafloor biota on the East Antarctic margin. The East Antarctic slope on the Sabrina margin has been shaped by diverse processes related to repeated glaciation. Differences in the morphology of gullies on the upper slope enable an understanding of the likely processes that have been active on this margin. Gully morphology varies according to...[Show more]
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