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Geology October 12, 2018, Vol.46, 1027-1030. doi:10.1130/G45329.1
Geology October 23, 2018, Vol.46, 1031-1034. doi:10.1130/G45261.1

Erratum

Geology December 01, 2018, Vol.46, 1034. doi:10.1130/G45359E.1

Articles

Geology November 09, 2018, Vol.46, 1035-1038. doi:10.1130/G45415.1
Geology September 27, 2018, Vol.46, 1039-1042. doi:10.1130/G45277.1
Geology October 23, 2018, Vol.46, 1043-1046. doi:10.1130/G45479.1
Geology October 23, 2018, Vol.46, 1047-1050. doi:10.1130/G45180.1
Geology October 23, 2018, Vol.46, 1051-1054. doi:10.1130/G45361.1
Geology October 23, 2018, Vol.46, 1055-1058. doi:10.1130/G45326.1
Geology October 23, 2018, Vol.46, 1059-1062. doi:10.1130/G45366.1
Geology November 09, 2018, Vol.46, 1063-1066. doi:10.1130/G45394.1
Geology November 09, 2018, Vol.46, 1067-1070. doi:10.1130/G45196.1
Geology November 09, 2018, Vol.46, 1071-1074. doi:10.1130/G45347.1
Geology November 09, 2018, Vol.46, 1075-1078. doi:10.1130/G45436.1

Research Focus

Geology December 01, 2018, Vol.46, 1079-1080. doi:10.1130/focus122018.1
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    COVER: Wave ripples exposed during low tide at Sea Rim State Park on the Gulf coast of east Texas, USA. The average size and spacing of wave ripples are widely used to reconstruct past coastal environments. New research shows how defects in rippled beds—deviations from straight, evenly spaced ripple crests—are distinctive signatures of transient wave conditions. See “Ancient record of changing flows from wave ripple defects” by Perron et al., p. 875–878 in the October issue of Geology.

    Photo by: Zoltan Sylvester

    Cover design by: Heather L. Sutphin

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