Journal of Sedimentary Research 87:9 & 10

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JSR 87: 9 & 10

Journal of Sedimentary Research 87:9 & 10

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
September 2017, Vol. 87, No. 9

Research Article

Linking hydraulic properties in supercritical submarine distributary channels to depositional-lobe geometry
Paul Hamilton, Gwladys Gaillot, Kyle Strom, Juan Fedele, and David Hoyal

Sedimentologic character of ancient muddy subaqueous-deltaic clinoforms: Down Cliff Clay Member, Bridport Sand Formation, Wessex Basin, U.K.
Gary J. Hampson and Kanokkorn Premwichein

Petrography and environmental interpretation of tufa mounds and carbonate beds in the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone of southeastern Utah, U.S.A.
Liam J. Dorney, Judith Totman Parrish, Marjorie A. Chan, and Stephen T. Hasiotis

The impact of hydrodynamics, authigenesis, and basin morphology on sediment accumulation in an upwelling environment: the Miocene Monterey Formation at Shell Beach and Mussel Rock (Pismo and Santa Maria basins, central California, U.S.A.)
Karl B. Föllmi, Patrick Thomet, Samuel Lévy, Eric De Kaenel, Jorge E. Spangenberg, Thierry Adatte, Richard J. Behl, and Robert E. Garrison

Highly seasonal and perennial fluvial facies: implications for climatic control on the Douglas Creek and Parachute Creek members, Green River Formation, southeastern Uinta Basin, Utah, U.S.A.
Ryan D. Gall, Lauren P. Birgenheier, and Michael D. Vanden Berg

Journal of Sedimentary Research
October 2017, Vol. 87, No. 10

Research Articles

Unraveling the channel–lobe transition zone with high-resolution AUV bathymetry: Navy Fan, offshore Baja California, Mexico
Cristian Carvajal, Charles K. Paull, David W. Caress, Andrea Fildani, Eve Lundsten, Krystle Anderson, Katherine L. Maier, Mary McGann, Roberto Gwiazda, and Juan Carlos Herguera

Three-dimensional reconstruction of meander-belt evolution, Cretaceous McMurray Formation, Alberta foreland basin, Canada
Paul R. Durkin, Ron L. Boyd, Stephen M. Hubbard, Albert W. Shultz, and Michael D. Blum

Diverse sedimentary conditions during deposition of coal and oil shale from the Meihe Basin (Eocene, NE China)
Yueyue Bai, Zhaojun Liu, Pingchang Sun, Rong Liu, Xiaofeng Hu, Renjie Zhou, Yinbo Xu, Hanqing Zhao, and Jianpeng Wang

Current Ripples

Quantifying mixed-process variability in shallow-marine depositional systems: What are sedimentary structures really telling us?
Valentina M. Rossi, Mauricio M. Perillo, Ronald J. Steel, and Cornel Olariu

Pages: 188
Publisher: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
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