Katherine M. Bergman and John W. Snedden (Editors), 1999, SEPM, Tulsa, 362p. ($120 non-members, $86.00 members) ISBN: 1-56576057-3.

I have a difficult and shameful confession to make—I suffer from a neurotic block when it comes to interpreting sandstones. Describing them is not a problem. Understanding modern depositional environments and the successions they produce is not a problem. Applying process sedimentology to understand past conditions is not a problem. Nevertheless, when interpreting sandstones, I am always left with the niggling doubt that I may not have considered every possibility. I am always left wondering, “Have I missed the key feature that...

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