slump structure

slump structure

[′sləmp ‚strək·chər]
(geology)
Any sedimentary structure produced by subaqueous slumping.
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Spectacular slump structures in the Blair Formation along Interstate 80.
However, deformation is evident towards the base of the Macumber Formation where a series of large inclined to recumbent folds are developed that resemble the slump structures at MacIsaacs Point.
At MacIsaacs Point and Lakevale, large-scale folds interpreted as being post-depositional slump structures verge eastward into St.