Incomplete but intricately detailed: The inevitable preservation of true substrates in a time-deficient stratigraphic record
Breaching of strike-slip faults and successive flooding of pull-apart basins to form the Gulf of California seaway from ca. 8–6 Ma
Erosional surfaces in the Upper Cretaceous Castlegate Sandstone (Utah, USA): Sequence boundaries or autogenic scour from backwater hydrodynamics?
Exceptional preservation of organic matrix and shell microstructure in a Late Cretaceous Pinna fossil revealed by photoemission electron spectromicroscopy
Permeability correlation structure of the Columbia River Plateau and implications for fluid system architecture in continental large igneous provinces
Orbital precession modulates interannual rainfall variability, as recorded in an Early Pleistocene speleothem
Desiccation cracks provide evidence of lake drying on Mars, Sutton Island member, Murray formation, Gale Crater: COMMENT
COVER: All bony marine fish (teleosts) continuously excrete fine-grained carbonates as a waste product of normal physiological functioning. In some areas, these carbonates are produced at rates relevant to carbonate sediment production budgets—especially in warm-water environments that support high fish biomass, such as coral reefs. See “Reef fish carbonate production assessments highlight regional variation in sedimentary significance” by Salter et al., p. 699–702.
Image by: Chris T. Perry, University of Exeter
Cover design by: Heather L. Sutphin
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