Journal of Sedimentary Research 87: 1 & 2

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JSR 87:1&2

Journal of Sedimentary Research 87: 1 & 2

Publication date: 2017
Subject: Sedimentology

First published in 1931, JSR is the oldest earth science journal dedicated to the field of sedimentology. JSR continues its long tradition of publishing papers that become benchmark contributions to sedimentary geology. The journal is broad and international in scope and welcomes contributions that further the fundamental understanding of sedimentary processes, the origin of sedimentary deposits, the workings of sedimentary systems, and the records of earth history contained within sedimentary rocks.

Title information

Journal of Sedimentary Research
January 2017; Vol. 87, No. 1


Research Methods


Distinguishing depositional setting for sandy deposits in coastal landscapes using grain shape
Jordan Blair Reglin Eamer, Dan Hirsh Shugar, Ian James Walker, Olav B. Lian, and Christina M. Neudorf

Analyzing dune foreset cyclicity in outcrop with photogrammetry
Derek A. Hayes, Eric R. Timmer, Jared L. Deutsch, Michael J. Ranger, and Murray K. Gingras


Discussion and Reply


Early syn-rift evolution in the west Cameros Basin (Upper Jurassic, NW Iberian Range), Spain and pedogenetic calcretes in early syn-rift alluvial systems (Upper Jurassic, West Cameros Basin), northern Spain—Discussion
Nigel H. Platt and V. Paul Wright

Early syn-rift evolution in the west Cameros Basin (Upper Jurassic, NW Iberian Range), Spain and pedogenetic calcretes in early syn-rift alluvial systems (Upper Jurassic, West Cameros Basin), northern Spain—Reply
Maria Eugenia Arribas, Ramón Mas, and Sara Sacristán-Horcajada


Research Articles


Controls on the geometry and evolution of humid-tropical fluvial systems: insights from 3D seismic geomorphological analysis of the Malay Basin, Sunda Shelf, Southeast Asia
Faisal A. Alqahtani, Christopher A.-L Jackson, Howard D. Johnson, and M. Rapi B. Som

Sabkha facies and the preservation of a falling-stage systems tract at the Sauk II–III supersequence boundary in the Late Cambrian Eilean Dubh Formation, NW Scotland
Robert J. Raine and M. Paul Smith

Frontal and lateral submarine lobe fringes: comparing sedimentary facies, architecture, and flow processes
Yvonne T. Spychala, David M. Hodgson, Amandine Prélat, Ian A. Kane, Stephen S. Flint, and Nigel P. Mountney

Estimation of source-to-sink mass balance by a fulcrum approach using channel paleohydrologic parameters of the Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation, Canada
Wen Lin and Janok P. Bhattacharya

Journal of Sedimentary Research
February 2017; Vol. 87, No. 2


Current Ripples


Island-encapsulating eolian sedimentary systems of the Canary and Cape Verde archipelagos
Luis Hernández Calvento, Derek W.T. Jackson, Andrew Cooper, and Emma Pérez-Chacón

Modeling stratigraphic architecture using small unmanned aerial vehicles and photogrammetry: examples from the Miocene east coast basin, New Zealand
Nora M. Nieminski and Stephan A. Graham


Research Articles


Response of a coarse-grained, fluvial to coastal depositional system to glacio–eustatic sea-level fluctuation since the Last Glacial Maximum: an example from the Tenryu River, Japan
Kazuaki Hori, Shigenobu Nagasawa, Yoshiki Sato, Toshimichi Nakanishi, and Wan Hong

Provenance signatures recorded in transgressive sandstones of the Upper Cretaceous Iberian Seaway
Laura González-Acebrón, Carlos Pérez-Garrido, Ramón Mas, José Arribas, and Jens Götze

Response of a coal-bearing coastal-plain succession to marine transgression: Campanian Neslen Formation, Utah, U.S.A.
Michelle N. Shiers, David M. Hodgson, and Nigel P. Mountney


Article Retraction


The Antarctic brachiopod Liothyrella uva as a proxy for ambient oceanographic conditions at McMurdo Sound
Christabel B. Jean, T. Kurtis Kyser, Noel P. James, and M. Dale Stokes

Pages: 192
Publisher: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
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