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A new type of slumping-induced soft-sediment deformation structure: the envelope structure

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Late Glacial and Holocene sedimentary infill of Lake Mondsee (Eastern Alps, Austria) and historical rockfall activity revealed by reflection seismics and sediment core analysis

References Andersen, N., Lauterbach, S., Erlenkeuser, H., Danielopol, D. L., Namiotko, T., Huls, M., Belmecheri, S., Dulski, P. Nantke, C., Meyer, H., Chapligin, B., von Grafenstein, U. and Brauer, A., 2017. Evidence for higher-than-average air temperatures after the 8.2 ka event provided by a Central European δ18O record. Quaternary Science Reviews, 172, 96-108. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.08.001 Baster, I., Girardclos, S., Pugin, A. and Wildi, W., 2003. High-resolution seismic stratigraphy of an Holocene

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Seismic and non-seismic soft-sediment deformation structures in the Proterozoic Bhander Limestone, central India

. & Bose, P.K., 1990. Synsedimentary seismic activity in an immature passive margin basin, lower member of Katrol Formation, Upper Jurassic, Kutch, India. Sedimentary Geology 68, 279-291. Seilacher, A., 1984. Sedimentary structures tentatively attributed to seismic events. Marine Geology 55, 1-12. Seilacher, A., 2001. Concretion morphologies reflecting diagenetic and epigenetic pathways. Sedimentary Geology 143, 41-57. Uner, S., 2014. Seismogenic structures in Quaternary lacustrine deposits of Lake Van (eastern Turkey). Geo- logos 20, 79-87. Valente, A

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Late Pleistocene-Holocene earthquake-induced slumps and soft-sediment deformation structures in the Acequion River valley, Central Precordillera, Argentina

paleolake (California). Geology 39, 1055-1058. Gibert, L., Sanz de Galdeano, C., Alfaro, P., Scott, G. & Lopez Garrido, A.C., 2005. Seismic induced slump in Early Pleistocene deltaic deposits of the Baza Basin (SE Spain). Sedimentary Geology 179, 279-294. He, B., Qiao, X., Jiao, C., Xu, Z., Cai, Z., Guo, X., Zhang, Y. & Zhang, M., 2014. Paleo-earthquake events in the late Early Palaeozoic of the central Tarim Basin: evidence from deep drilling cores. Geologos 20, 105-123. Karlin, R.E., Holmes, M., Abella, S. & Sylwester, R., 2004. Holocene landslides and a 3500

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The palaeogeographical background of Late Devonian storm events in the western part of the Holy Cross Mountains (Poland)

References Aigner, T., 1985. Storm depositional systems. Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences 3, 1-174. Bábek, O., Přikryl, T. & Hladil, J., 2007. Progressive drowning of carbonate platform in the Moravo-Silesian Basin (Czech Republic) before the Frasnian/ Famennian event: facies, compositional variations and gamma-ray spectrometry. Facies 53, 293-316. Bełka, Z. & Narkiewicz, M., 2008. Devonian. [In:] T. Mc- Cann (Ed.): The geology of central Europe. Vol.1: Precambrian and Paleozoic. The Geological Society

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The life cycle of seismite research

seismic events. Marine Geology 55, 1-12. Sims, J.D., 1973. Earthquake-induced structures in sediments of Van Norman Lake, San Fernando, California. Science 182, 161-163. Sims, J.D., 1975. Determining earthquake recurrence intervals from deformational structures in young lacustrine sediments. Tectonophysics 29, 141-152. Spalletta, C. & Vai, G.B., 1984. Upper Devonian intraclast parabreccias interpreted as seismites. Marine Geology 55, 133-144. Tian, H.S., Zhang, B.H., Zhang, S.H. & Lü, M.Y., 2014, Neogene seismites and seismic volcanic rocks in the Linqu

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Neogene seismites and seismic volcanic rocks in the Linqu area, Shandong Province, E China

.Q. & Chen, X.Y., 2007. Effect of Miocene basaltic volcanism in Shanwang (Shandong Province, China) on environmental changes. Science China (D: Earth Sciences) 50, 1823-1827 (in Chinese). He, B.Z., Qiao, X.F., Tian, H.S., Chen, S.Q. & Zhang, Y.X., 2011. Paleo-seismic event and the giant dinosaur fossil burial of Later Cretaceous, Zhucheng, Shandong province, China. Journal of Palaeogeography 13, 615-626 (in Chinese with English abstract). He, B.Z, Qiao, X.F. Tian, H.S. & Zhang, Y.X., 2012. Pale- oseismic events of Early Cretaceous and dinosaur migration in Zhucheng

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Seismogenic structures in Quaternary lacustrine deposits of Lake Van (eastern Turkey)

-sediment deformation structures in the Proterozoic Bhander Limestone, central India. Geologos 20, 89-103. Scott, B. & Price, S., 1988. Earthquake-induced structures in young sediments. Tectonophysics 147, 165-170. Seed, H.B. & Idriss, I.M., 1982. Ground motions and soil liquefaction during earthquakes. Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (Berkeley), 134 pp. Seilacher, A., 1969. Fault-graded beds interpreted as seismites. Sedimentology 13, 155-159. Seilacher, A., 1984. Sedimentary structures tentatively attributed to seismic events. Marine Geology 55, 1-12. Sims

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The Mesoproterozoic ‘seismite’ at Laiyuan (Hebei Province, E China) re-interpreted

, P.K., 2014. Seismic and non-seismic soft-sediment deformation structures in the Proterozoic Bhander Limestone, central India. Geologos 20, 89-103. Seilacher, A., 1969. Fault-graded beds interpreted as seis-mites. Sedimentology 13, 15-159. Seilacher, A., 1984. Sedimentary structures tentatively attributed to seismic events. Marine Geology 55, 1-12. Shinn, G., 2013. Bootstrap geologist - my life in science. University Press of Florida (Gainesville), 298 pp. Sims, J.D., 1973. Earthquake-induced structures in sediments of Van Norman Lake, San Fernando

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The late Silurian–Middle Devonian long-term eustatic cycle as a possible control on the global generic diversity dynamics of bivalves and gastropods

- implications for biodiversity studies. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 358, 1-7. Stanley, S.M., 2007. An analysis of the history of marine animal diversity. Paleobiology 33 (sp6), 1-55. Veeken, P.C.H., 2006. Seismic stratigraphy, basin analysis and reservoir characterisation. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 509 pp. Walliser, O.H., 1996. Global events in the Devonian and Carboniferous. [In:] O.H. Walliser (Ed.): Global events and event stratigraphy in the Phanerozoic. Springer, Berlin, 225-250. Zambito, J

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