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Ultimately these deposits will fail, usually transforming into a debris flow (cf Prior & Bornhold 1986). In an elongate fjord-like basin, therefore, it is probable that basin-plain sand and conglomeratic deposits do not have a common origin. The former may be far travelled by high density turbidity currents or by cohesionless debris flows following the axis of the basin; the latter may be short travelled by cohesive debris flows from the basin margins, although such debris flows can readily change direction and flow along the basin axis (Figs 11 and 12; cfShelton 1966).