The Congo deep-sea fan: Mineralogical, REE, and Nd-isotope variability in quartzose passive-margin sand
Substantial heterogeneity of carbon and oxygen stable-isotope compositions of single layers or specimens of natural carbonate materials: New evidence from replicate sampling of continenta...
Role of microbial mats and high sedimentation rates in the early burial and preservation of footprints in a siliciclastic tidal flat
Controls of aeolian dune height on cross-strata architecture: White Sands Dune Field, New Mexico, U.S.A.
Dropstone deposition: Results of numerical process modeling of deformation structures, and implications for the reconstruction of the water depth in shallow lacustrine and marine successi...
COVER EXPLANATION.—Cross section (3 cm thickness) of a microbial flat in Paso Seco (Argentina), northern Patagonia. A vertebrate footprint compressed the microbial layers below. At the top, a sand ripple (0.5 mm height) formed over a planar microbial layer. See Cuadrado et al., this issue.
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