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The Tuaheni Landslide Complex (TLC) is characterized by areas of compression upslope and extension downslope. It has been thought to consist of a stack of two genetically linked landslide units identified from seismic data. We used 3D seismic reflection, bathymetry data and International Ocean Discovery Program Core U1517C (Expedition 372) to understand the internal structures, deformation mechanisms and depositional processes of the TLC deposits. Units II and III of U1517C correspond to the two chaotic units in 3D seismic data. In the core, Unit II shows deformation, whereas Unit III appears more like an in situ sequence. Variance attribute...

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