Video: Sean D. Connell, New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources, Division of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
[via Sediment Transport Movies faculty.gg.uwyo.edu/heller/sed_video_downloads.htm]
The XES06 experiment was conducted in the large experimental flume, also known as "Jurassic Tank" (safl.umn.edu/facilities/experimental_earthscapes_basin.html) at the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of Minnesota, part of the National Center for Earth-Surface Dynamics (nced.umn.edu/)
The experiment was designed to look at controls on sedimentation and morphology in a half-graben system fed by the interaction of a longitudinal transport system as well as smaller sediment sources on the hangingwall and footwall sides of the graben. The example shown here is from Stage 2 of the experiment, which emphasized footwall dominated sedimentation.
Details on the experiment and what is shown in the movie can be found at: geoinfo.nmt.edu/staff/connell/safl/XES06/XES06_Page1/XES06Web_explanation_Page1.htm