Analysis of coastal-plain fluvial architecture and high-frequency stacking patterns in the Upper Cretaceous Masuk Formation, Utah, U.S.A.: Climate-driven cyclicity?
Shelf-edge delta and reef development on a mixed siliciclastic–carbonate margin, central Great Barrier Reef
Recurrence of turbidity currents on glaciated continental margins: A conceptual model from eastern Canada
Refinement of the stratigraphic framework for the Regional C depositional unit of the McMurray Formation and implications for the early transgression of the Alberta Foreland Basin, Canada
Development of inter-lava drainage systems in LIPs: The Columbia River Flood Basalt Province (U.S.A.) as a case study
The International Sedimentary Geosciences Congress (ISGC) 2021: An opportunity to shape the future of sedimentary geosciences
Sediment-routing controls on sandstone bulk petrographic composition and texture across an ancient shelf: Example from Cretaceous Western Interior Basin, Utah and Colorado, U.S.A.
Shape difference of mud clasts depending on depositional facies: application of newly modified elliptic Fourier analysis to hybrid event beds
Fluvial architecture and paleoenvironmental evolution of the Los Colorados Formation (Norian): Postrift stage of the Ischigualasto–Villa Unión Basin, NW Argentina
COVER EXPLANATION.—View of the Campanian Masuk Formation in the Henry Mountains of southern Utah, USA. The photograph was taken near Steele Butte looking southwest towards Tarantula Mesa. The field of view is approximately 2km across and illustrates the laterally extensive composite channel bodies of the middle and upper members of the Masuk Formation. The overlying Tarantula Mesa Sandstone caps the mesa. See Hess and Fielding, this issue.
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