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MUTO Tetsuji
MUTO Tetsuji
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Principles of regression and transgression; the nature of the interplay between accommodation and sediment supply
T Muto, RJ Steel
Journal of Sedimentary Research 67 (6), 994-1000, 1997
2641997
Autostratigraphy: a framework norm for genetic stratigraphy
T Muto, RJ Steel, JB Swenson
Journal of Sedimentary Research 77 (1), 2-12, 2007
1882007
Retreat of the front in a prograding delta
T Muto, RJ Steel
Geology 20 (11), 967-970, 1992
1681992
The accommodation concept in sequence stratigraphy: some dimensional problems and possible redefinition
T Muto, RJ Steel
Sedimentary Geology 130 (1-2), 1-10, 2000
1422000
In defense of shelf-edge delta development during falling and lowstand of relative sea level
T Muto, RJ Steel
The Journal of Geology 110 (4), 421-436, 2002
1382002
Shoreline autoretreat substantiated in flume experiments
T Muto
Journal of Sedimentary Research 71 (2), 246-254, 2001
1292001
Autogenic response of fluvial deltas to steady sea-level fall: Implications from flume-tank experiments
T Muto, RJ Steel
Geology 32 (5), 401-404, 2004
1142004
Role of autoretreat and A/S changes in the understanding of deltaic shoreline trajectory: a semi‐quantitative approach
T Muto, RJ Steel
Basin Research 14 (3), 303-318, 2002
972002
Large‐scale fluvial grade as a nonequilibrium state in linked depositional systems: Theory and experiment
T Muto, JB Swenson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 110 (F3), 2005
952005
Response of coastal plain rivers to falling relative sea‐level: allogenic controls on the aggradational phase
JB Swenson, T Muto
Sedimentology 54 (1), 207-221, 2007
842007
Autostepping during the transgressive growth of deltas: results from flume experiments
T Muto, RJ Steel
Geology 29 (9), 771-774, 2001
842001
Delta progradation driven by an advancing sediment source: Coupled theory and experiment describing the evolution of elongated deltas
W Kim, A Dai, T Muto, G Parker
Water Resources Research 45 (6), 2009
782009
Unravelling the conundrum of river response to rising sea‐level from laboratory to field. Part II. The Fly–Strickland River system, Papua New Guinea
G Parker, T Muto, Y Akamatsu, WE Dietrich, J Wesley Lauer
Sedimentology 55 (6), 1657-1686, 2008
772008
Autogenic response of alluvial‐bedrock transition to base‐level variation: experiment and theory
W Kim, T Muto
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 112 (F3), 2007
612007
Varying discharge controls on timescales of autogenic storage and release processes in fluvio‐deltaic environments: Tank experiments
EJ Powell, W Kim, T Muto
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 117 (F2), 2012
572012
Unravelling the conundrum of river response to rising sea‐level from laboratory to field. Part I: Laboratory experiments
G Parker, T Muto, Y Akamatsu, WE Dietrich, JW Lauer
Sedimentology 55 (6), 1643-1655, 2008
572008
Sustained alluvial aggradation and autogenic detachment of the alluvial river from the shoreline in response to steady fall of relative sea level
AL Petter, T Muto
Journal of Sedimentary Research 78 (2), 98-111, 2008
532008
Autogenic attainment of large-scale alluvial grade with steady sea-level fall: An analog tank-flume experiment
T Muto, JB Swenson
Geology 34 (3), 161-164, 2006
512006
Piping coarse‐grained sediment to a deep water fan through a shelf‐edge delta bypass channel: Tank experiments
Y Kim, W Kim, D Cheong, T Muto, DR Pyles
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (4), 2279-2291, 2013
452013
A similarity solution for a dual moving boundary problem associated with a coastal-plain depositional system
J Lorenzo-Trueba, VR Voller, T Muto, W Kim, C Paola, JB Swenson
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 628, 427-443, 2009
432009
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