Alluvial Terracing in a Falling-stage Braidplain: the Lower Cretaceous Cadomin Formation, West-central Alberta, Canada
Preservation of Autogenic Processes and Allogenic Forcings in Set-Scale Aeolian Architecture II: The Scour-and-Fill Dominated Jurassic Page Sandstone, Arizona, U.S.A.
Onset of the Late Paleozoic Glacioeustatic Signal: A Stratigraphic Record from the Paleotropical, Oil-Shale-Bearing Big Snowy Trough of Central Montana, U.S.A.
Interplay of Autogenic and Allogenic Processes On the Formation of Shallow Carbonate Cycles in a Synrift Setting (Lower Pliensbachian, Traras Mountains, NW Algeria)
Autogenic Erosional Surfaces in Fluvio-deltaic Stratigraphy from Floods, Avulsions, and Backwater Hydrodynamics
COVER EXPLANATION.—Variably thick aeolian cross sets of the Jurassic Page Sandstone, Arizona, USA. These cross sets are composed of steeply dipping grainflow and wind-ripple strata, and can transition into shallowly dipping wind-ripple strata near the base. The variability in thickness is a product of the migration rate of the dunes, aggradation rate of the bed, and variability in dune scour depths (see Cardenas et al. and Swanson et at al., this issue).
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