Alessandro Cantelli
Alessandro Cantelli
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A model of submarine channel-levee evolution based on channel trajectories: Implications for stratigraphic architecture
Z Sylvester, C Pirmez, A Cantelli
Marine and Petroleum Geology 28 (3), 716-727, 2011
Experiments on upstream‐migrating erosional narrowing and widening of an incisional channel caused by dam removal
A Cantelli, C Paola, G Parker
Water Resources Research 40 (3), 2004
Emplacement of massive turbidites linked to extinction of turbulence in turbidity currents
MI Cantero, A Cantelli, C Pirmez, S Balachandar, D Mohrig, TA Hickson, ...
Nature Geoscience 5 (1), 42-45, 2012
Turbidity current with a roof: Direct numerical simulation of self‐stratified turbulent channel flow driven by suspended sediment
MI Cantero, S Balachandar, A Cantelli, C Pirmez, G Parker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 114 (C3), 2009
River morphodynamics with creation/consumption of grain size stratigraphy 2: numerical model
E Viparelli, OE Sequeiros, A Cantelli, PR Wilcock, G Parker
Journal of Hydraulic Research 48 (6), 727-741, 2010
Experiments on self-channelized subaqueous fans emplaced by turbidity currents and dilute mudflows
B Yu, A Cantelli, J Marr, C Pirmez, C O'Byrne, G Parker
Journal of Sedimentary Research 76 (6), 889-902, 2006
Numerical model linking bed and bank evolution of incisional channel created by dam removal
A Cantelli, M Wong, G Parker, C Paola
Water Resources Research 43 (7), 2007
Quantitative modeling of the evolution and geometry of incised valleys
J Martin, A Cantelli, C Paola, M Blum, M Wolinsky
Journal of Sedimentary Research 81 (1), 64-79, 2011
Fluvial and submarine morphodynamics of laminar and near‐laminar flows: A synthesis
E Lajeunesse, L Malverti, P Lancien, L Armstrong, F Metivier, S Coleman, ...
Sedimentology 57 (1), 1-26, 2010
Geometric characteristics and evolution of a tidal channel network in experimental setting
BM Vlaswinkel, A Cantelli
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (6), 739-752, 2011
Three‐dimensional numerical simulation of turbidity currents in a submarine channel on the seafloor of the Niger Delta slope
S Abd El‐Gawad, A Cantelli, C Pirmez, D Minisini, Z Sylvester, J Imran
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117 (C5), 2012
Morphodynamic and Stratigraphic Evolution of Self-Channelized Subaqueous Fans Emplaced by Turbidity Currents
A Cantelli, C Pirmez, S Johnson, G Parker
Journal of Sedimentary Research 81 (3), 233, 2011
High-resolution, millennial-scale patterns of bed compensation on a sand-rich intraslope submarine fan, western Niger Delta slope
ZR Jobe, Z Sylvester, N Howes, C Pirmez, A Parker, A Cantelli, R Smith, ...
Bulletin 129 (1-2), 23-37, 2017
Stratigraphic evolution of intraslope minibasins: Insights from surface-based model
Z Sylvester, A Cantelli, C Pirmez
AAPG Bulletin 99 (6), 1099-1129, 2015
Facies architecture of submarine channel deposits on the western Niger Delta slope: Implications for grain‐size and density stratification in turbidity currents
Z Jobe, Z Sylvester, M Bolla Pittaluga, A Frascati, C Pirmez, D Minisini, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 122 (2), 473-491, 2017
3-D numerical simulation of turbidity currents in submarine canyons off the Niger Delta
SM Abd El-Gawad, C Pirmez, A Cantelli, D Minisini, Z Sylvester, J Imran
Marine Geology 326, 55-66, 2012
Modeling turbidity currents with nonuniform sediment and reverse buoyancy
OE Sequeiros, A Cantelli, E Viparelli, JDL White, MH García, G Parker
Water Resources Research 45 (6), 2009
Flow splitting modifies the helical motion in submarine channels
MA Islam, J Imran, C Pirmez, A Cantelli
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (22), 2008
Uniform flow of modified Bingham fluids in narrow cross sections
A Cantelli
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 135 (8), 640-650, 2009
Experimental modeling of depositional turbidity currents in a sinuous submarine channel
H Ezz, A Cantelli, J Imran
Sedimentary Geology 290, 175-187, 2013
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