Journal of Sedimentary Research 86:7 & 8

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Journal of Sedimentary Research 86:7 & 8

Publication date: 2016
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
July 2016; Vol. 86, No. 7

Research Articles

Proportion of glacially to fluvially induced quartz grain microtextures along the Chitina River, SE Alaska, U.S.A.
Dustin E. Sweet and David K. Brannan

Regional controls on depositional trends in tidally modified deltas: insights from sequence stratigraphic correlation and mapping of the Loyd and Sego sandstones, Uinta and Piceance basins of Utah and Colorado, U.S.A.
Darrin Burton, Peter P. Flaig, and Timothy J. Prather

The control of terminal-splay sedimentation on depositional patterns and stratigraphic evolution in avulsion-dominated, unconfined, deep-marine basin-floor systems
Viktor Terlaky and Robert William Charles Arnott

Effects of different organic-matter sources on estimates of atmospheric and soil pCO2 using pedogenic carbonate
Timothy S. Myers, Neil J. Tabor, Louis L. Jacobs, and Robert Bussert

Paleosol diagenesis and its deep-time paleoenvironmental implications, Pennsylvanian–Permian Lodève Basin, France
Lauren A. Michel, Neil J. Tabor, and Isabel P. Montañez.

Research Methods

Shortwave infrared hyperspectral imaging: a novel method for enhancing the visibility of sedimentary and biogenic features in oil-saturated core
Michelle Speta, Murray K. Gingras, and Benoit Rivard


Journal of Sedimentary Research
August 2016; Vol. 86, No. 8

Research Articles

Swell-dominated carbonates on a Mississippian ramp in the Canadian Rocky Mountain front ranges
Edward J. Matheson, Robert W. Dalrymple, and Noel P. James

Mud-dominated basin-margin progradation: processes and implications
Miquel Poyatos-Moré, George D. Jones, Rufus L. Brunt, David M. Hodgson, Richard J. Wild, and Stephen S. Flint

The co-occurence of Trypanites and Glossifungites substrate-controlled trace-fossil assemblages in a Triassic mixed siliciclastic–carbonate depositional system: Baldonnel Formation, Williston Lake, B.C., Canada
Sarah K. Schultz, Carolyn M. Furlong, and John-Paul Zonneveld

Basin analysis of the Albian–Santonian Xigaze forearc, Lazi region, South-Central Tibet
Devon A. Orme and Andrew K. Laskowski

Hot fluid flows around a major fault identified by paleothermometric studies (Tim Mersoï Basin, Niger)
Marah Mamane Mamadou, Michel Cathelineau, Franck Bourdelle, Marie-Christine Boiron, Agnes Elmaleh, and Marc Brouand

Hybrid event beds generated by local substrate delamination on a confined-basin floor
Marco Fonnesu, Marco Patacci, Peter D.W. Haughton, Fabrizio Felletti, and William D. McCaffrey

An abandoned-channel fill with exquisitely preserved plants in redbeds of the Clear Fork Formation, Texas, U.S.A.: an Early Permian water-dependent habitat on the arid plains of Pangea
Sharane S.T. Simon, Martin R. Gibling, William A. DiMichele, Dan S. Chaney, Cindy V. Looy, and Neil J. Tabor

Pages: 220
Publisher: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
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