Davide Gamboa
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MTD distribution on a ˇpassive˘continental margin: the Espírito Santo Basin (SE Brazil) during the Palaeogene
D Gamboa, T Alves, J Cartwright, P Terrinha
Marine and Petroleum Geology 27 (7), 1311-1324, 2010
732010
Distribution and characterization of failed (mega) blocks along salt ridges, southeast Brazil: Implications for vertical fluid flow on continental margins
D Gamboa, T Alves, J Cartwright
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B8), 2011
362011
A consistent global approach for the morphometric characterization of subaqueous landslides
M Clare, J Chaytor, O Dabson, D Gamboa, A Georgiopoulou, H Eady, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 477 (1), 455-477, 2019
332019
A submarine channel confluence classification for topographically confined slopes
D Gamboa, TM Alves, J Cartwright
Marine and Petroleum Geology 35 (1), 176-189, 2012
312012
Spatial and dimensional relationships of submarine slope architectural elements: a seismic-scale analysis from the Espírito Santo Basin (SE Brazil)
D Gamboa, TM Alves
Marine and Petroleum Geology 64, 43-57, 2015
282015
Three-dimensional fault meshes and multi-layer shear in mass-transport blocks: implications for fluid flow on continental margins
D Gamboa, TM Alves
Tectonophysics 647, 21-32, 2015
232015
Bi-modal deformation styles in confined mass-transport deposits: examples from a salt minibasin in SE Brazil
D Gamboa, TM Alves
Marine Geology 379, 176-193, 2016
202016
Quantitative seismic geomorphology of a submarine channel system in SE Brazil (Espírito Santo Basin): Scale comparison with other submarine channel systems
Y Qin, TM Alves, J Constantine, D Gamboa
Marine and Petroleum Geology 78, 455-473, 2016
192016
The role of mass wasting in the progressive development of submarine channels (Espirito Santo Basin, SE Brazil)
Y Qin, TM Alves, J Constantine, D Gamboa
Journal of Sedimentary Research 87 (5), 500-516, 2017
132017
Seismic-scale rafted and remnant blocks over salt ridges in the Espírito Santo Basin, Brazil
D Gamboa, T Alves, J Cartwright
Submarine mass movements and their consequences, 629-638, 2012
102012
Expedition 372B/375 methods
LM Wallace
Expedition 372, 375, 2019
92019
Expedition 372B/375 summary
DM Saffer, LM Wallace, PM Barnes, IA Pecher, KE Petronotis, LJ LeVay, ...
Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program 372, 1-35, 2019
72019
Impact of in situ stress and fault reactivation on seal integrity in the East Irish Sea Basin, UK
JDO Williams, CMA Gent, MW Fellgett, D Gamboa
Marine and Petroleum Geology 92, 685-696, 2018
72018
Slow slip source characterized by lithological and geometric heterogeneity
PM Barnes, LM Wallace, DM Saffer, RE Bell, MB Underwood, A Fagereng, ...
Science Advances 6 (13), eaay3314, 2020
52020
Effect of channel tributaries on the evolution of submarine channel confluences (Espírito Santo Basin, SE Brazil)
Y Qin, TM Alves, JA Constantine, D Gamboa, S Wu
GSA Bulletin 132 (1-2), 263-272, 2020
32020
Mass‐Transport Deposits as Markers of Local Tectonism in Extensional Basins
TM Alves, D Gamboa
Submarine Landslides: Subaqueous Mass Transport Deposits from Outcrops to …, 2019
32019
An integrated seismic-scale analysis of reservoir compartmentalisation on continental margins: the Espirito Santo Basin, SE Brazil
DA Gamboa
Cardiff University, 2011
32011
Subaqueous Mass Movements and their Consequences: Advances in Process Understanding, Monitoring and Hazard Assessments
A Georgiopoulou, LA Amy, S Benetti, JD Chaytor, MA Clare, D Gamboa, ...
Geological Society of London, 2020
12020
Style and Morphometry of Mass‐Transport Deposits Across the Espírito Santo Basin (Offshore SE Brazil)
D Gamboa, TM Alves, KO Omosanya
Submarine Landslides: Subaqueous Mass Transport Deposits from Outcrops to …, 2019
12019
Revisiting the giant Ruatoria Debris Flow on the Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand: results from IODP Expeditions 372 and 375, Site U1520.
P Barnes, D Gamboa, RE Bell, GF Moore, JJ Mountjoy, M Paganoni, ...
AGUFM 2018, T51I-0310, 2018
12018
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