Tide- and River-Generated Mud Pebbles from the Fluvial To Marine Transition Zone of the Mekong River Delta, Vietnam
The Ichnological and Sedimentological Signature of a Late Paleozoic, Postglacial Marginal-Marine and Shallow-Marine, Tidally Influenced Setting: The Wudayhi Member of the Nuayyim Formation (Unayzah Group) in the Subsurface of Central and Eastern Saudi Arabia
High-Paleolatitude Environmental Change During the Early To Middle Devonian: Insights from Emsian–Eifelian (Lower–Middle Devonian) Siliciclastic Depositional Systems of the Ceres Subgroup (Bokkeveld Group) of South Africa
Clastic Pipes and Soft-Sediment Deformation of the Jurassic Carmel Formation, Southern Utah, U.S.A.: Implications For Pipe Formation Mechanisms and Host-Rock Controls
Depositional Architecture and Petrophysical Variability of an Oolitic Tidal Sand Shoal: Pennsylvanian (Missourian), Kansas, U.S.A.
Active Ooid Growth Driven By Sediment Transport in a High-Energy Shoal, Little Ambergris Cay, Turks and Caicos Islands
COVER EXPLANATION.—The Bokkeveld Group at its type section, Klipbokberg, Grootrivierhoogte, Cederberg, Western Cape Province, South Africa. Seen are the alternating and laterally continuous sandstones and shales that typify the Lower–Middle Devonian Bokkeveld Group and give the succession its typical hogsback topography. The prominent sandstone at the top of Klipbokberg is the Middle Devonian Blinkberg Formation that forms the base of the Witteberg Group in the area. See Penn-Clarke et al., this issue.
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