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The path of Bryant Canyon was identified during the structural and sequence stratigraphic mapping of reprocessed, migrated, 72-fold seismic data in the Garden Banks OCS area. The canyon pathway winds around and through salt structures in Garden Banks and continues to the south where it eventually overrides the allochthonous salt sheet that extends to the Sigsbee Escarpment. Stratigraphic evidence suggests that Bryant Canyon may be 0.2-0.3 Ma in age. It is now almost entirely infilled with shelf-derived (probably deltaic) sediments near the shelf/slope break and with turbidite and/or slump deposits farther down slope. Erosional features and reentrants in paleoshelf...

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