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River deposits are rich in sedimentological patterns that determine their petrophysical properties and industrial value (e.g. hydrocarbon reservoirs and aquifers), as well as providing each deposit with individual characteristics. Great variability in characteristics exists in modern river systems; their behaviour is expected to further diverge under environmental and climate change scenarios, and much greater variation exists when we consider all of geological time.

In view of this diversity in sedimentological patterns, a series of fundamental questions arise. Have we recognized all significant patterns? And, are all patterns that we recognize significant? These questions underpin both our ability to characterize...

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