Uplifting mountains and shaking deserts: volcano-tectonic earthquakes revealed by soft-sediment-deformation structures in Upper Cretaceous aeolian deposits
Coastal switching of dominant depositional processes driven by decreasing rates of Holocene sea-level rise along the macrotidal coast of Gochang, SW Korea
Sedimentology and stratigraphic evolution of fluvial–tidal transition reservoirs: an outcrop analog for the hydrocarbon-bearing Bahariya Formation, Western Desert, Egypt
Cover Photo: Tabular iceberg and bergy bits off East Greenland’s early Tertiary basalt outcrop ˜68°N. The parallel lineations on the iceberg’s surface suggest that this represents the former basal traction zone of a sliding tidewater glacier. See Andrews et al., this issue.