Artificially induced clay mineral authigenesis in an underground gas storage field, North Alpine Foreland Basin, Austria
Deep burial diagenesis and reservoir quality evolution of high-temperature, high-pressure sandstones: Examples from Lower Cretaceous Bashijiqike Formation in Keshen area, Kuqa depression, Tarim basin of China
A punctuated Late Ordovician and early Silurian deglaciation and transgression: Evidence from the subsurface of northern Saudi Arabia
Source-to-sink sediment delivery in the Gulf of Papua from scanning electron microscopy and mineral liberation analysis–aided provenance analysis of deep-sea turbidite sands
ON COVER — Bird’s eye view over the karst topography surrounded by a shallow lagoon, southeast of Misool Island, Western Papua, Indonesia. The limestone is a member of Oligocene–Eocene Zaag Formation (Teoz) and mainly consist of calcarenite, calcilutite and oolitic. The blue hole is 25–40m (82–131 ft) depth. See related article by Septama et al. on p. 907 of this issue of the Bulletin.
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