Cooper D. Stacey
Cooper D. Stacey
Marine Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada
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How to recognize crescentic bedforms formed by supercritical turbidity currents in the geologic record: Insights from active submarine channels
S Hage, MJB Cartigny, MA Clare, EJ Sumner, D Vendettuoli, JEH Clarke, ...
Geology 46 (6), 563-566, 2018
Direct monitoring reveals initiation of turbidity currents from extremely dilute river plumes
S Hage, MJB Cartigny, EJ Sumner, MA Clare, JE Hughes Clarke, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (20), 11310-11320, 2019
Powerful unconfined turbidity current captured by cabled observatory on the Fraser River delta slope, British Columbia, Canada
DG Lintern, PR Hill, C Stacey
Sedimentology 63 (5), 1041-1064, 2016
Rapidly-migrating and internally-generated knickpoints can control submarine channel evolution
MS Heijnen, MA Clare, MJB Cartigny, PJ Talling, S Hage, DG Lintern, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 3129, 2020
What controls submarine channel development and the morphology of deltas entering deep‐water fjords?
JA Gales, PJ Talling, MJB Cartigny, J Hughes Clarke, G Lintern, C Stacey, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44 (2), 535-551, 2019
How turbidity current frequency and character varies down a fjord‐delta system: Combining direct monitoring, deposits and seismic data
CD Stacey, PR Hill, PJ Talling, RJ Enkin, J Hughes Clarke, DG Lintern
Sedimentology 66 (1), 1-31, 2019
Anatomy of the Kitimat fiord system, British Columbia
J Shaw, CD Stacey, Y Wu, DG Lintern
Geomorphology 293, 108-129, 2017
First source-to-sink monitoring shows dense head controls sediment flux and runout in turbidity currents
EL Pope, MJB Cartigny, MA Clare, PJ Talling, DG Lintern, A Vellinga, ...
Science advances 8 (20), eabj3220, 2022
Quantifying the three‐dimensional stratigraphic expression of cyclic steps by integrating seafloor and deep‐water outcrop observations
RG Englert, SM Hubbard, MJB Cartigny, MA Clare, DS Coutts, S Hage, ...
Sedimentology 68 (4), 1465-1501, 2021
Knickpoints and crescentic bedform interactions in submarine channels
Y Chen, DR Parsons, SM Simmons, R Williams, MJB Cartigny, ...
Sedimentology 68 (4), 1358-1377, 2021
Multifaceted re-analysis of the enigmatic Kitimat slide complex, Canada
CD Stacey, DG Lintern, RJ Enkin
Sedimentary geology 369, 46-59, 2018
Slope stability hazard in a fjord environment: Douglas Channel, Canada
CD Stacey, DG Lintern, J Shaw, KW Conway
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 500 (1), 427-451, 2020
Frequency and initiation mechanisms of submarine slides on the Fraser Delta front
CD Stacey
University of Victoria (Canada), 2014
Where ice gave way to fire: deglacial volcanic activity at the edge of the Coast Mountains in Milbanke Sound, BC
TS Hamilton, RJ Enkin, Z Li, JM Bednarski, CD Stacey, ML McGann, ...
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 61 (1), 58-85, 2023
Origin of slope gullies in Flemish Pass: evidence for an ice cap on Flemish Cap
CD Stacey, DJW Piper
Atlantic Geology 47 (1), 45, 2011
A Generalized Semiautomated Method for Seabed Geology Classification Using Multibeam Data and Maximum Likelihood Classification
F Parkinson, K Douglas, Z Li, A Meijer, CD Stacey, R Kung, ...
Journal of Coastal Research 40 (1), 1-16, 2024
How turbidity currents dictate organic carbon fluxes across river-fed fjords
S Hage, V Galy, MJB Cartigny, C Heerema, MS Heijnen, S Acikalin, ...
Authorea Preprints, 2022
Global monitoring data shows grain size controls turbidity current structure
D Vendettuoli, MA Clare, EJ Sumner, MJB Cartigny, P Talling, J Wood, ...
Authorea Preprints, 2022
The formation and evolution of submarine headless channels
Y Chen, R Williams, S Simmons, M Cartigny, M Heijnen, D Parsons, ...
EarthArXiv, 2021
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