Composite and diachronous stratigraphic surfaces in low-gradient, transitional settings: The J-3 “unconformity” and the Curtis Formation, east-central Utah, U.S.A.
Microbial structures and dinosaur trackways from a Cretaceous coastal environment (Dakota Group, Colorado, U.S.A.)
Does fluvial channel-belt clustering predict net sand to gross rock volume? Architectural metrics and point-pattern analysis of a digital outcrop model
Eifelian–Givetian (Middle Devonian) high-paleolatitude storm- and wave-dominated shallow-marine depositional systems from the Bidouw Subgroup (Bokkeveld Group) of South Africa
COVER EXPLANATION.—Via their connection to terrestrial sediment-routing systems, deep-sea fans capture much of the debris released as landscapes are built and eroded. For their size and remoteness, fans hold surprisingly detailed records of environmental change, even over human history (see Hessler and Fildani, this issue).
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