Several continuous seismic profiles across the Fraser River delta, British Columbia, provide insight into the internal structure and possible origin of foreslope hills similar to those found on other major deltas. The continuity and wave-like progression of the structures suggests that these hills are the result of downslope movement of a large mass of sediment. It is estimated that the Fraser delta slump deposits are at least 200 years old.

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