Genesis of giant, bouldery bars in a Miocene gravel-bed river: Insights from outcrop sedimentology, UAS-SfM photogrammetry, and GPR
Red-bed bleaching in a CO2 storage analogue: Insights from Entrada Sandstone fracture-hosted mineralization
Ediacaran (Vendian)-period alluvial and coastal geomorphology applied to development of Verkhnechonskoye and Yaraktinskoye fields, East Siberia, Russian Federation
Controls On Deep-Water Sand Delivery Beyond the Shelf Edge: Accommodation, Sediment Supply, and Deltaic Process Regime
Planform and stratigraphic signature of proximal braided streams: remote-sensing and ground-penetrating-radar analysis of the Kicking Horse River, Canadian Rocky Mountains
COVER EXPLANATION.—Color-blended (RGB) spectral decomposition attribute map showing extensive strandplains (stacked beach ridges) from the Early Cretaceous. This image was extracted from a high-resolution 3D seismic dataset (data courtesy of TGS) and constitutes an exceptional view of a shoreline developed 140 million years ago. Image by Victorien Paumard. See Paumard et al., this issue.
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