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Abstract: Mass-transport deposits may act as barriers or baffles to fluid flow in the subsurface, or may conduct fluids via internal structures or lithological connectivity. Conventional seismic and borehole data present radically different scales of observation to assess the likely fluid-flow behavior of mass-transport deposits. Seismic-scale outcrops and high-resolution seismic data bridge this scale gap. Exceptional outcrops of large mass-transport deposits are used to develop strategies to relate core- and seismic-scale observations for the purposes of subsurface prediction of reservoir, baffle, or seal potential, and for prediction of fluid flow through mass-transport deposits in the subsurface. We present here...

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