Journal of Sedimentary Research 86:11 & 12

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JSR 86:11 & 12

Journal of Sedimentary Research 86:11 & 12

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.

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Journal of Sedimentary Research
November 2016; Vol. 86, No. 11

Research Articles

Whence the Gosport Sand (upper middle Eocene, Alabama)? The origin of glauconitic shell beds in the Paleogene of the U.S. Gulf Coastal Plain
Carlie Pietsch, H. Cliff Harrison, and Warren D. Allmon

A sedimentological process-based approach to depositional reservoir quality of deep-marine sandstones: an example from the Springar Formation, northwestern Vøring Basin, Norwegian Sea
Kristin W. Porten, Ian A. Kane, Michał J. Warchoł, and Sarah J. Southern

Detrital history of the Lower Pennsylvanian Pottsville Formation in the Cahaba Synclinorium of Alabama, U.S.A.
Ashraf Uddin, Willis E. Hames, Tara Peavy, and Jack C. Pashin

Spatial analysis of channel-belt stacking patterns: metrics to discriminate between local and regional controls on deposition in the fluvial John Henry Member of the Straight Cliffs Formation, southern Utah, U.S.A.
Wassim Benhallam, Alexandre Turner, Lisa Stright, and Cari L. Johnson

Travertines associated with hyperalkaline springs: evaluation as a proxy for paleoenvironmental conditions and sequestration of atmospheric CO2
Thomas Leleu, Valerie Chavagnac, Adélie Delacour, Catherine Noiriel, Georges Ceuleneer, Markus Aretz, Céline Rommevaux, and Sandra Ventalon

Current Ripples

Detrital-zircon mixing and partitioning in fluvial to deep marine systems, central California, U.S.A.
Zachary T. Sickmann, Charles K. Paull, and Stephan A. Graham

The Editors’ Page

Guide for figure preparation
Leslie A. Melim and Gary J. Hampson


Journal of Sedimentary Research
December 2016; Vol. 86, No. 12

Research Articles

Provenance signals in the Piceance Creek basin: unroofing of the Sawatch Range and extent of the early Paleogene California River System (Colorado, U.S.A.)
Brady Z. Foreman and Dirk M. Rasmussen

An integrated sedimentary systems analysis of the Río Bermejo (Argentina): megafan character in the overfilled southern Chaco Foreland Basin
Michael M. McGlue, Preston H. Smith, Hiran Zani, Aguinaldo Silva, Barbara Carrapa, Andrew S. Cohen, and Martin B. Pepper

A tide-dominated beach from the Cambro-Ordovician Cabos Formation of northwestern Spain
Richard Smosna and Kathy R. Bruner

Preserved stratigraphic architecture and evolution of a net-transgressive mixed wave- and tide-influenced coastal system: the Cliff House Sandstone, northwestern New Mexico, U.S.A.
Oliver D. Jordan, Sanjeev Gupta, Gary J. Hampson, and Howard D. Johnson

Pretreatment for removal of organic material is not necessary for X-ray-diffraction determination of mineralogy in temperate skeletal carbonate
Abigail M. Smith, Marcus M. Key, Jr., Zoe E. Henderson, V. Christine Davis, and David J. Winter

Chemical composition of Thalassinoides boxwork across the marine K–PG boundary of central New Jersey, U.S.A.
Robert J. Horner, Logan A. Wiest, Ilya V. Buynevich, Dennis O. Terry, Jr., and David E. Grandstaff

Current Ripples

Three-dimensional numerical modeling of eustatic control on continental-margin sand distribution
Ashley D. Harris, Jacob A. Covault, Andrew S. Madof, Tao Sun, Zoltan Sylvester, and Didier Granjeon

Pages: 212
Publisher: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
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