Sediment gravity flows (subaerial or subaqueous) are those in which movement is driven by gravity and the sediment motion moves the interstitial fluid (gas or liquid). Such flows exhibit flow transformations, a term introduced here, referring to changes between laminar and turbulent flow, in turn related chiefly to particle concentration, thickness of the flow, and flow velocity (slope).

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