Pore pressure measurements on IODP Exp308 sites, supplement to: Flemings, Peter B; Long, H; Dugan, Brandon; Germaine, John T; John, C; Behrmann, Jan Hinrich; Sawyer, Dale S; IODP Expedition 308 Scientists (2008): Pore pressure penetrometers document high overpressure near the seafloor where multiple submarine landslides have occurred on the continental slope, offshore Louisiana, Gulf of Mexico. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 269(3-4), 309-325

Peter B Flemings, H Long, Brandon Dugan, John T Germaine, C John, Jan Hinrich Behrmann, Dale S Sawyer & IODP Expedition 308 Scientists
Overpressures measured with pore pressure penetrometers during Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 308 reach 70% and 60% of the hydrostatic effective stress (View the MathML source) in the first 200 meters below sea floor (mbsf) at Sites U1322 and U1324, respectively, in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, offshore Louisiana. High overpressures are present within low permeability mudstones where there have been multiple, very large, submarine landslides during the Pleistocene. Beneath 200 mbsf at Site...
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