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Figure S1. (a) Individual mass transport deposits within a mass transport complex. Amplitude extraction map. Lateral shear zones and deposit frontal lobes are highlighted in dotted white, interpreted material transport directions are shown with white arrows. Amplitude extraction taken from mass transport deposit 6 on Shah Deniz, 30 m above the mass transport deposit basal shear surface, with an extraction window of 25 m. (b) Erosional shadow remnant. Root mean square (RMS) amplitude extraction. The mass transport deposit contains an elongated tail of high amplitude material downslope of a mud volcano edifice located upon the basal shear surface. The amplitude extraction is taken through mass transport deposit 6 on Shah Deniz from 20 m above the basal shear surface with an extraction window of 30 m.

Figure S2. Mass transport deposit frontal margin obstructed by a mud volcano crater. Low amplitude, concave downslope pressure ridges are visible in the mass transport deposit. Several more mud volcanoes (low amplitude, circular features) are shown to the bottom right of the image. Arrows show the material transport direction. RMS Amplitude extraction taken from mass transport deposit MTD-14 on the Shah Deniz fold, 25 m above the basal shear surface with a 25 m extraction window.

Figure S3. List of kinematic and palaeo slope direction indicators present in each mass transport deposit and mass transport complex.

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