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The proximal, channelized section of a deepwater fan in the Adana Basin, southern Turkey, provides an opportunity to study down-channel changes in stratal patterns. This is a multisourced, bypass fan with at least four feeder channels. The downdip changes within one of these channels are described along a 10 km transect. Down-channel changes in grading and organization of clasts are observed for non-grading disorganized facies in the most proximal locations to more organized, inverse-normal and normal graded conglomerates midway down the transect. Bedding style changes from scoured and more sheet-like beds updip into a pattern of small channels and...

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