Journal of Sedimentary Research 88: 9 & 10

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JSR 88:9&10

Journal of Sedimentary Research 88: 9 & 10

Publication date: 2018
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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Table of Contents                                                                                  September 2018


Control on basin water depth on channel morphology and autogenic timescales in deltaic systems
Brandee Carlson, Anastasia Piliouras, Tetsuji Muto, and Wonsuck Kim

High-paleolatitude environmental change during the Early to Middle Devonian: insights from Emsian–Eifelian (Lower–Middle Devonian) siliciclastic depositional systems of the Ceres Subgroup (Bokkeveld Group) of South Africa
Cameron R. Penn-Clarke, Bruce S. Rubidge, and Zubair A. Jinnah

Clastic pipes and soft-sediment deformation of the Jurassic Carmel Formation, southern Utah, U.S.A.: implications for pipe formation mechanisms and host-rock controls
David Fairchild Wheatley and Marjorie Ann Chan

Depositional architecture and petrophysical variability of an oolitic tidal sand shoal: Pennsylvanian (Missourian), Kansas, U.S.A.
Eugene C. Rankey, Hamilton Goodner, and John Doveton

Active ooid growth driven by sediment transport in a high-energy shoal, Little Ambergris Cay, Turks and Caicos Islands
Elizabeth J. Trower, Marjorie D. Cantine, Maya L. Gomes, John P. Grotzinger, Andrew H. Knoll, Michael P. Lamb, Usha Lingappa, Shane S. O’Reilly, Theodore M. Present, Nathan Stein, Justin V. Strauss, and Woodward W. Fischer


Tide- and river-generated mud pebbles from the fluvial to marine transition zone of the Mekong River delta, Vietnam
Marcello Gugliotta, Yoshiki Saito, Van Lap Nguyen, Thi Kim Oanh Ta, Toru Tamura, and Sojiro Fukuda

The ichnological and sedimentological signature of a late Paleozoic, postglacial marginal-marine and shallow-marine, tidally influenced setting: the Wudayhi Member of the Nuayyim Formation (Unayzah Group) in the subsurface of central and eastern Saudi Arabia
Camilo A. Polo, John Melvin, Nigel P. Hooker, Andrew J. Rees, Murray K. Gingras, and S. George Pemberton


Bedform disequilibrium
Paul M. Myrow, Douglas J. Jerolmack, and J. Taylor Perron

Table of Contents                                                                                  October 2018


Geochemical insights into provenance of the Middle Devonian Hamilton Group of the central Appalachian Basin, U.S.A.
Brittany N. Hupp and Amy L. Weislogel

Topographic controls on the development of contemporaneous but contrasting basin-floor depositional architectures
Daniel Bell, Christopher J. Stevenson, Ian A. Kane, David M. Hodgson, Miquel Poyatas-Moré

River morphodynamic evolution under dam-induced backwater: an example from the Po River (Italy)
Vittorio Maselli, Claudio Pellegrini, Fabrizio Del Bianco, Alessandra Mercorella, Michael Nones, Luca Crose, Massimo Guerrero, and Jeffrey A. Nittrouer

Detrital clay coats, clay minerals, and pyrite: a modern shallow-core analogue for ancient and deeply buried estuarine sandstones
Joshua Griffiths, Richard H. Worden, Luke J. Wooldridge, James E.P. Utley, and Robert A. Duller

A source-to-sink compositional model of a present highstand: an example in the low-rank Tiber depositional sequence (Latium Tyrrhenian margin, Italy)
Daniel Tentori, Salvatore Milli, and Kathleen M. Marsaglia

Pages: 284
Publisher: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
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