Geochemical interactions of shale and brine in autoclave experiments—Understanding mineral reactions during hydraulic fracturing of Marcellus and Eagle Ford Shales
Quantitative characterization of shales within tidally influenced fluvial valley fill deposits of the Ferron Sandstone, eastern Utah: Implications for hydrocarbon exploration
Sedimentology, facies architecture, and sequence stratigraphy of a Mississippian black mudstone succession—The upper member of the Bakken Formation, North Dakota, United States
ON COVER — Dinosaur tracks found in the 100-million-year-old rocks of the Dakota Group at Dinosaur Ridge in Morrison, Colorado. The most common trackways are from ornithopods, possibly made by Eolambia. The second most common trackways are from a small theropod, like an ornithomimid. The background photo shows ripple marks, which are frequently found in the sandstone of the Dakota Group.
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