Russell B. Wynn mostly deals with Turbidity current, Geomorphology, Turbidite, Sediment and Canyon. His work carried out in the field of Turbidity current brings together such families of science as Sinuosity and Debris flow. Russell B. Wynn combines subjects such as Sedimentary rock and Continental shelf with his study of Geomorphology.
His Continental shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sediment transport and Continental margin. His research in Turbidite intersects with topics in Sedimentary depositional environment and Facies. In his study, Submarine canyon and Nazaré Canyon is inextricably linked to Abyssal plain, which falls within the broad field of Canyon.
Russell B. Wynn spends much of his time researching Geomorphology, Turbidity current, Sediment, Turbidite and Oceanography. His study in Geomorphology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seafloor spreading and Continental margin. His study focuses on the intersection of Seafloor spreading and fields such as Continental shelf with connections in the field of Sediment transport.
His Turbidity current research incorporates elements of Sedimentary rock, Submarine pipeline, Erosion and Debris flow. His study in the field of Deposition is also linked to topics like Settling. The Turbidite study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary depositional environment, Pyroclastic rock, Petrology and Facies.
Geomorphology, Oceanography, Canyon, Submarine and Bathymetry are his primary areas of study. His research related to Turbidity current, Landslide, Sediment and Turbidite might be considered part of Geomorphology. The concepts of his Turbidity current study are interwoven with issues in Deposition and Submarine pipeline.
Russell B. Wynn interconnects Submarine landslide, Volcano, Pyroclastic rock and Petrology in the investigation of issues within Turbidite. Russell B. Wynn has included themes like Glider and Contourite in his Oceanography study. His studies deal with areas such as Echo sounding, Zooplankton and Underwater as well as Submarine.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Submarine, Oceanography, Geomorphology, Stratification and Gravity current. His Submarine research incorporates themes from Echo sounding, Zooplankton, Water column and Underwater. His work on Reef, Bathymetry and Ocean current as part of general Oceanography study is frequently linked to Phocoena, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His work in the fields of Turbidite overlaps with other areas such as Jump. His Turbidite study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pyroclastic rock, Mass wasting, Provenance and Turbidity current. Russell B. Wynn works mostly in the field of Mass wasting, limiting it down to topics relating to Volcanism and, in certain cases, Volcano, Landslide, Abyssal zone and Ice sheet.
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Submarine landslides: processes, triggers and hazard prediction
D.G Masson;C.B Harbitz;R.B Wynn;G Pedersen.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2006)
Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs): Their past, present and future contributions to the advancement of marine geoscience
Russell B. Wynn;Veerle A.I. Huvenne;Timothy P. Le Bas;Bramley J. Murton.
Marine Geology (2014)
Classification and characterisation of deep-water sediment waves
Russell B. Wynn;Dorrik A.V. Stow.
Marine Geology (2002)
Onset of submarine debris flow deposition far from original giant landslide
P.-J. Talling;R.-B. Wynn;D.-G. Masson;M. Frenz.
Sinuous deep-water channels: Genesis, geometry and architecture
Russell B. Wynn;Bryan T. Cronin;Jeff Peakall.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2007)
Beds comprising debrite sandwiched within co-genetic turbidite: origin and widespread occurrence in distal depositional environments
P. J. Talling;L. A. Amy;L. A. Amy;R. B. Wynn;J. Peakall.
Continental margin sedimentation, with special reference to the north‐east Atlantic margin
Philip P. E. Weaver;Russell B. Wynn;Neil H. Kenyon;Jeremy Evans.
Characterization and recognition of deep-water channel-lobe transition zones
Russell B. Wynn;Neil H. Kenyon;Douglas G. Masson;Dorrik A. V. Stow.
AAPG Bulletin (2002)
The origin of deep-water, coral-topped mounds in the northern Rockall Trough, northeast Atlantic
D.G Masson;B.J Bett;D.S.M Billett;C.L Jacobs.
Marine Geology (2003)
The Northwest African slope apron: a modern analogue for deep-water systems with complex seafloor topography
Russell B Wynn;Douglas G Masson;Dorrik A.v Stow;Phillip P.e Weaver.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2000)
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