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The journal of the International Association of Sedimentologists

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Vol. 18 - 1972

 

18-1/2

 

Buller, A.T. & J. McManus - Simple metric sedimentary statistics to recognize different environments. - 1972. Sedimentology 18-1/2; pp. 1-21, 14 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Shaw, J. - Sedimentation in the ice-contact environment, with examples from Shropshire (England). - 1972. Sedimentology 18-1/2; pp. 23--62, 14 fig., 3 plts. with 10 phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Caston, V.N.D. - Linear banks in the southern North Sea. - 1972. Sedimentology 18-1/2; pp. 63-78, 11 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Gatrall, M. et al. - Limonitic concretions from the European Jurassic, with particular reference to the 'snuff-boxes' of southern England. - 1972. Sedimentology 18-1/2; pp. 79-103, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

 

 

Vol. 44 - 1997

 

 

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Bertran, P. et al. - Fabric characteristics of subaerial slope deposits. - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 1–16, illustr. Orig. extract. € 4

 

Bruhn, C.H.L. & R. G. Walker - Internal architecture and sedimentary evolution of coarse-grained, turbidite channel-levee complexes, Early Eocene Regência Canyon, Espírito Santo Basin, Brazil. - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 17–46, illustr. Orig. extract. € 5

 

sold Colella, A. and R. N. Hiscott - Pyroclastic surges of the Pleistocene Monte Guardia sequence (Lipari Island, Italy): depositional processes. - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 47–66, 18 fig./phot. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Zeng, J. and D.R. Lowe - Numerical simulation of turbidity current flow and sedimentation: I. Theory. II. Results and geological applications.  - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 67–104, 12+18 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Maliva, R.G.  & J.A.D. Dickson - Ulster White Limestone Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of Northern Ireland: effects of basalt loading on chalk diagenesis. - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 105–112, illustr. Orig. extract. € 3

 

THOMAS J. McCAHON and KEITH B. MILLER - Climatic significance of natric horizons in Permian (Asselian) palaeosols of north-central Kansas, USA. - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 113–125, illustr. Orig. extract. € 3,50

 

J. M. T. STAM - On the modelling of two-dimensional aeolian dunes. - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 127–141, illustr. Orig. extract. € 4

 

STELIOS NICOLAIDES - Marine-derived dolomite in the shallowly buried temperate Port Campbell Limestone (Miocene), Otway Basin, Australia. - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 143–157, illustr. Orig. extract. € 4

 

Zamarreño, I., P. Anadón and R. Utrilla - Sedimentology and isotopic composition of Upper Palaeocene to Eocene non-marine stromatolites, eastern Ebro Basin, NE Spain. - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 159–176,  11 fig./phot. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 4,50

 

Nielsen P. et al. - Spheroidal dolomites in a Visean karst system – bacterial Induced origin? - 1997. Sedimentology 44; pp. 177–195, illustr. Orig. extract. € 4,50

 

 

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Ian G. Macintyre, Leslie Prufert-Bebout and R. Pamela Reid - The role of endolithic cyanobacteria in the formation of lithified laminae in Bahamian stromatolites. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 915–921, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Charlie S. Bristow, P. Neil Chroston and Simon D. Bailey - The structure and development of foredunes on a locally prograding coast: insights from ground-penetrating radar surveys, Norfolk, UK. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 923–944, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 5

 

V. Purnachandra Rao, S. W. A. Naqvi, M. Dileep Kumar, D. Cardinal, A. Michard, D. V. Borole, E. Jacobs and R. Natarajan - A comparative study of Pleistocene phosphorites from the continental slope off western India. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 945–960, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Julian E. Andrews, Martyn Pedley and Paul F. Dennis - Palaeoenvironmental records in Holocene Spanish tufas: a stable isotope approach in search of reliable climatic archives. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 961–978, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 4

 
sold Nigel R. Watts and Robert Riding - Growth of rigid high-relief patch reefs, Mid-Silurian, Gotland, Sweden. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 979–994, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 4

 

I. G. Hwang and S. K. Chough - The Maesan fan delta, Miocene Pohang Basin, SE Korea: architecture and depositional processes of a high-gradient fan-delta-fed slope system. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 995–1010, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Andrew S. Goudie, Alison Colls, Stephen Stokes, Adrian Parker, Kevin White and Asma Al-Farraj - Latest Pleistocene and Holocene dune construction at the north-eastern edge of the Rub Al Khali, United Arab Emirates. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 1011–1021, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Bustillo, M. A. and M. Bustillo - Miocene silcretes in argillaceous playa deposits, Madrid Basin, Spain: petrological and geochemical features. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 1023–1037, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Congxian Li, Ping Wang, Fan Daidu, Dang Bing and Li Tiesong - Open-coast intertidal deposits and the preservation potential of individual laminae: a case study from east-central China. - 2000. Sedimentology 47; pp. 1039–1051, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

 

Vol. 49 - 2002

 

 

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sold Olof Sandström and Steve Kershaw - Ludlow (Silurian) stromatoporoid biostromes from Gotland, Sweden: facies, depositional models and modern analogues. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 379-395, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

M. Felix - Flow structure of turbidity currents. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 397-419, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Christian Montenat, Pascal Barrier and Philippe Ott D'Estevou - The Vigny limestones: a record of Palaeocene (Danian) tectonic-sedimentary events in the Paris Basin. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 421-440, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Dave Baines,  Derald G. Smith, Duane G. Froese, Paul Bauman and Grant Nimeck - Electrical resistivity ground imaging (ERGI): a new tool for mapping the lithology and geometry of channel-belts and valley-fills. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 441-449, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Bernhard Novak and Svante Björck - Late Pleistocene-early Holocene fluvial facies and depositional processes in the Fehmarn Belt, between Germany and Denmark, revealed by high-resolution seismic and lithofacies analysis. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 451-465, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Hiroshi Momiji and Steven R. Bishop - Estimating the windward slope profile of a barchan dune. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 467-481, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Jeffrey S. Doucette - Geometry and grain-size sorting of ripples on low-energy sandy beaches: field observations and model predictions. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 483-503, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Gregers Dam - Sedimentology of magmatically and structurally controlled outburst valleys along rifted volcanic margins: examples from the Nuussuaq Basin, West Greenland. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 505-532, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Pedley, M. & M. Grasso - Lithofacies modelling and sequence stratigraphy in microtidal cool-water carbonates: a case study from the Pleistocene of Sicily, Italy. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 533-553, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Pittet, Bernard et al. - Ecological succession, palaeoenvironmental change, and depositional sequences of Barremian-Aptian shallow-water carbonates in northern Oman. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 555-581, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Wilson, M.E.J. & S.W. Lokier - Siliciclastic and volcaniclastic influences on equatorial carbonates: insights from the Neogene of Indonesia. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 583-601, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

A. D. Heap, G. R. Dickens, L. K. Stewart and K. J. Woolfe - Holocene storage of siliciclastic sediment around islands on the middle shelf of the Great Barrier Reef Platform, north-east Australia. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 603-621, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

William D. McCaffrey, Sanjeev Gupta and Rufus Brunt - Repeated cycles of submarine channel incision, infill and transition to sheet sandstone development in the Alpine Foreland Basin, SE France. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 623-635, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

 

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Torbjörn E. Törnqvist and John S. Bridge - Spatial variation of overbank aggradation rate and its influence on avulsion frequency. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 891-905, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold C. M. Choux and T. H. Druitt - Analogue study of particle segregation in pyroclastic density currents, with implications for the emplacement mechanisms of large ignimbrites. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 907-928, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold L. Gurioli, R. Cioni, A. Sbrana and E. Zanella - Transport and deposition of pyroclastic density currents over an inhabited area: the deposits of the AD 79 eruption of Vesuvius at Herculaneum, Italy. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 929-953, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

V. Manville, B. Segschneider and J. D. L. White - Hydrodynamic behaviour of Taupo 1800a pumice: implications for the sedimentology of remobilized pyroclasts. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 955-976, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

In-Gul Hwang and Paul L. Heller - Anatomy of a transgressive lag: Panther Tongue Sandstone, Star Point Formation, central Utah. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 977-999, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Gonzalo D. Veiga, Luis A. Spalletti and Stephen Flint - Aeolian/fluvial interactions and high-resolution sequence stratigraphy of a non-marine lowstand wedge: the Avilé Member of the Agrio Formation (Lower Cretaceous), central Neuquén Basin, Argentina. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 1001-1019, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Maya Elrick and Anna C. Snider - Deep-water stratigraphic cyclicity and carbonate mud mound development in the Middle Cambrian Marjum Formation, House Range, Utah, USA. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 1021-1047, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Bart Makaske, Derald G. Smith and Henk J. A. Berendsen - Avulsions, channel evolution and floodplain sedimentation rates of the anastomosing upper Columbia River, British Columbia, Canada. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 1049-1071, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

A. Sáez and L. Cabrera - Sedimentological and palaeohydrological responses to tectonics and climate in a small, closed, lacustrine system: Oligocene As Pontes Basin (Spain). - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 1073-1094, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Edward J. Anthony, Lucien M. Oyédé and Jacques Lang - Sedimentation in a fluvially infilling, barrier-bound estuary on a wave-dominated, microtidal coast: the Ouémé River estuary, Benin, west Africa. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 1095-1112, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

F. Pomoni-Papaioannou and V. Karakitsios - Facies analysis of the Trypali carbonate unit (Upper Triassic) in central-western Crete (Greece): an evaporite formation transformed into solution-collapse breccias. - 2002. Sedimentology 49; pp. 1113-1132, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

 

Vol. 58 - 2011

 

Leeder, M.R. - tectonic sedimentology: sediment systems deciphering global and local tectonics.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 2-56, 26 fig./phot., full colour. Stapled extract, 4to. € 8,50

 

sold Hoffman, P.F. - Strange bedfellows: glacial diamictite and cap carbonate from the Marinoan (635 Ma) glaciation in Namibia.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 57-119, 36 fig./phot., full colour. Stapled extract, 4to. € 12

 

sold Fouke, B.W. - Hot-spring system geobiology: abiotic and biotic influences on travertine formation at Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National park, USA.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 170-219, 32 fig./col. phot. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, 4to. € 7,50

 

Braithwaite, C.J.R. & G.F. Camoin - Diagenesis and sea-level change: lessons from Moruroa, French Polynesia.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 259-284, 11 col. fig./photoplts. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

sold Martinius, A.W. & S. Gowland - Tide-influenced fluvial bedforms and tidal bore deposits (Late Jurassic Lourinhã Formation, Lusitanian basin, western Portugal).  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 285-324, 28 coloured fig./phot. Stapled extract, 4to. € 8

 

RICHARD J. BEHL - Chert spheroids of the Monterey Formation, California (USA): early-diagenetic structures of bedded siliceous deposits. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 325-351, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

JOONAS J. VIRTASALO, THOMAS LEIPE, MATTHIAS MOROS and AARNO T. KOTILAINEN - Physicochemical and biological influences on sedimentary-fabric formation in a salinity and oxygen-restricted semi-enclosed sea: Gotland Deep, Baltic Sea. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 352-375, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

JULIEN BOURGET, SEBASTIEN ZARAGOSI, NADINE ELLOUZ-ZIMMERMANN, NICOLAS MOUCHOT, THIERRY GARLAN, JEAN-LUC SCHNEIDER, VALENTINE LANFUMEY and SIGFRIED LALLEMANT - Turbidite system architecture and sedimentary processes along topographically complex slopes: the Makran convergent margin. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 376-406, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

GREGORY V. CHAVDARIAN and DAWN Y. SUMNER - Origin and evolution of polygonal cracks in hydrous sulphate sands, White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 407-423, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

MARK T. IRELAND, RICHARD J. DAVIES, NEIL R. GOULTY and DANIEL CARRUTHERS - Structure of a silica diagenetic transformation zone: the Gjallar Ridge, offshore Norway. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 424-441, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

MASSIMO ZECCHIN, DARIO CIVILE, MAURO CAFFAU, GIOVANNI STURIALE and CESARE RODA - Sequence stratigraphy in the context of rapid regional uplift and high-amplitude glacio-eustatic changes: the Pleistocene Cutro Terrace (Calabria, southern Italy). - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 442-477, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

WEIGUO LI, JANOK P. BHATTACHARYA, YIJIE ZHU, DANIEL GARZA and ERIC BLANKENSHIP - Evaluating delta asymmetry using three-dimensional facies architecture and ichnological analysis, Ferron 'Notom Delta', Capital Reef, Utah, USA. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 478-507, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Boch, R., C. Spötl and S. Frisia - Origin and palaeoenvironmental significance of lamination in stalagmites from Katerloch Cave, Austria. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 508-531, illustr. Orig. extract, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 6

 

Ronchi, P., F. Jadoul et al. - Multistage dolomitization and distribution of dolomitized bodies in Early Jurassic carbonate platforms (Southern Alps, Italy). - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 532-565, illustr. Orig. extract, plain new wrps., very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

 

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MOUNIR H. EL-AZABI and SHERIF FAROUK - High-resolution sequence stratigraphy of the Maastrichtian-Ypresian succession along the eastern scarp face of Kharga Oasis, southern Western Desert, Egypt. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 579-617, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

MASSIMILIANO GHINASSI - Chute channels in the Holocene high-sinuosity river deposits of the Firenze plain, Tuscany, Italy. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 618-642, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

CHRISTIAN BETZLER, JUAN C. BRAGA, DAVID JARAMILLO-VOGEL, MIRIAM RÖMER, CHRISTIAN HÜBSCHER, GERHARD SCHMIEDL and SEBASTIAN LINDHORST - Late Pleistocene and Holocene cool-water carbonates of the Western Mediterranean Sea. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 643-669, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

TRACY D FRANK, JÜRGEN TITSCHACK and MIEKE THIERENS - Aragonite loss in a cold-water coral mound: mechanisms and implications. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 670-690, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Longhitano, S.G. - The record of tidal cycles in mixed silici-bioclastic deposits: examples from small Plio-Pleistocene peripheral basins of the microtidal central Mediterranean.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 691-719, 16 fig./phot. (most col.). Stapled,. 4to. € 6,50

 

CHRISTINA GLUNK, CHRISTOPHE DUPRAZ, OLIVIER BRAISSANT, KIMBERLEY L. GALLAGHER, ERIC P. VERRECCHIA and PIETER T. VISSCHER - Microbially mediated carbonate precipitation in a hypersaline lake, Big Pond (Eleuthera, Bahamas). - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 720-736, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

STEVE KERSHAW, SYLVIE CRASQUIN, MARIE-BÉATRICE FOREL, CARINE RANDON, PIERRE-YVES COLLIN, ERDAL KOSUN, SYLVAIN RICHOZ and AYMON BAUD - Earliest Triassic microbialites in Çürük Dag, southern Turkey: composition, sequences and controls on formation. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 739-755, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

ANINDITA DAS, CHRISTABELLE E. G. FERNANDES, SONALI S. NAIK, B. NAGENDER NATH, I. SURESH, M. B. L. MASCARENHAS-PEREIRA, S. M. GUPTA, N. H. KHADGE, C. PRAKASH BABU, D. V. BOROLE, P. P. SUJITH, ANIL B. VALSANGKAR, BABU SHASHIKANT MOURYA, SUSHANTA U. BICHE, RAHUL SHARMA and P. A. LOKA BHARATHI - Bacterial response to contrasting sediment geochemistry in the Central Indian Basin. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 756-784, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Lenhardt, N. et al. - Build-up and depositional dynamics of an arc front volcaniclastic complex: the Miocene Tepoztlán Formation (Transmexican Volcanic belt, central Mexico.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 785-823, 16 fig./phot. (full colour). Stapled,. 4to. € 6,50

 

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ROBERT D. HILLIER, RICHARD A. WATERS, SUSAN B. MARRIOTT and JEREMY R. DAVIES - Alluvial fan and wetland interactions: evidence of seasonal slope wetlands from the Silurian of south central Wales, UK. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 831-853, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

KINGA HIPS, JÁNOS HAAS, MÁRIA VIDÓ, ZSUZSANNA BARNA, DIVNA JOVANOVIC, MILAN N. SUDAR and ZOLTÁN SIKLÓSY - Selective blackening of bioclasts via mixing-zone aragonite neomorphism in Late Triassic limestone, Zlatibor Mountains, Serbia. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 854-877, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

ADRIANO GUIDO, CESARE A. PAPAZZONI, ADELAIDE MASTANDREA, MICHELE MORSILLI, MAURO F. LA RUSSA, FABIO TOSTI and FRANCO RUSSO - Automicrite in a 'nummulite bank' from the Monte Saraceno (Southern Italy): evidence for synsedimentary cementation. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 878-889, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

LOUISE HANSEN, JEAN SEBASTIEN L'HEUREUX and ODDVAR LONGVA - Turbiditic, clay-rich event beds in fjord-marine deposits caused by landslides in emerging clay deposits - palaeoenvironmental interpretation and role for submarine mass-wasting. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 890-915, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

DONGHUAI SUN, RUIXIA SU, ZAIJUN LI and HUAYU LU - The ultrafine component in Chinese loess and its variation over the past 7·6 Ma: implications for the history of pedogenesis. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 916-935, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

JORIS T. EGGENHUISEN, WILLIAM D. McCAFFREY, PETER D.W. HAUGHTON and ROBERT W.H. BUTLER - Shallow erosion beneath turbidity currents and its impact on the architectural development of turbidite sheet systems. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 936-959, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

NANCY CHOW and JACK WENDTE - Palaeosols and palaeokarst beneath subaerial unconformities in an Upper Devonian isolated reef complex (Judy Creek), Swan Hills Formation, west-central Alberta, Canada. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 960-993, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

BRIAN J. BLUCK - Structure of gravel beaches and their relationship to tidal range. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 994-1006, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

NOEL P. JAMES, BRIAN JONES, CAMPBELL S. NELSON, HAMISH J. CAMPBELL and JEREMY TITJEN - Cenozoic temperate and sub-tropical carbonate sedimentation on an oceanic volcano - Chatham Islands, New Zealand. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1007-1029, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

MASSIMO ZECCHIN, MAURO CAFFAU and CESARE RODA - Relationships between high-magnitude relative sea-level changes and filling of a coarse-grained submarine canyon (Pleistocene, Ionian Calabria, Southern Italy). - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1030-1064, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

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Mack, G.H. et al. - Tectonic and climatic control on Holocene channel migration, incision and terrace formation by the Rio Grande in the Palomas half graben, southern Rio Grande rift, USA.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1065-1886, 15 fig./col. phot. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Jiang, Z. et al. - sedimentary characteristics of large-scale lacustrine beach-bars and their formation in the Eocene Boxing Sag of Bohai Bay Basin, east China.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1087-1112, 16 fig./phot. (some col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Mattheus, C.R. & A.B. Rodriguez - Controls on late Quaternary incised-valley dimensions along passive margins evaluated using empirical data.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1113-1137, 9 fig./phot. (some col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Olivarius, M. et al. - Distinguishing fluvio-deltaic facies by bulk geochemistry and heavy minerals: an example from the Miocene of Denmark.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1155-1179, 17 fig./phot. (some col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Alexandre, J.T. et al. - The sedimentary expression of oceanic anoxic event 1b in the North Atlantic.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1217-1246, 15 fig./phot. (most col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 6

 

Mader, N.K. & J. Redfern - A sedimentological model for the continental Upper Triassic Tadrart Ouadou Sandstone Member: recording an interplay of climate and tectonics (Argana Valley; south-west Morocco).  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1247-1282, 18 fig./phot. (some col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Brasier, A.T. et al. - Diagenesis or dire genesis? The origin of columnar spar in the tufa stromatolites of central Greece and the role of chironomid larvae.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1283-1302, 16 fig./phot. (some col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

sold Dashtgard, S.E. - Linking invertebrate burrow distributions (neoichnology) to physicochemical stresses on a sandy tidal flat: implications for the rock record.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1303-1325, 9 fig./photoplts. (most col.). Attached: Frey et al.: Sedimentology, ichnology and hydrodynamics of strait-margin sand and gravel beaches and shorefaces: Juan de Fuca Strait, BC Canada; pp. 1326-1346, 14 fig,./phot. (most col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 6

 

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Di Cuia, R. et al. - Dolomite characteristics and diagentic model of the Calcari Grigi Group (Asiago Plateau, Southern Alps, Italy): an example of multiphase dolomitization.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1347-1369, 16 fig./phot. (most col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Eastwood, E. et al. - Modelling controls on aeolian dune-field pattern evolution.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1391-1406, 8 fig./phot. (some col.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

JAMIE G. QUIN - Is most hummocky cross-stratification formed by large-scale ripples?. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1414-1433, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

STEPHEN F. GREB, ALLEN W. ARCHER and DARRON G. DEBOER - Apogean-perigean signals encoded in tidal flats at the fluvio-estuarine transition of Glacier Creek, Turnagain Arm, Alaska; implications for ancient tidal rhythmites. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1434-1452, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Hijma, M.P. & K.M. Cohen - Holocene transgression of the Rhine river mouth area, The Netherlands / Southern North Sea: palaeogeography and sequence stratigraphy.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1453-1485, 11 fig. (some col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

JESSICA L. ALLEN and CARI L. JOHNSON - Architecture and formation of transgressive-regressive cycles in marginal marine strata of the John Henry Member, Straight Cliffs Formation, Upper Cretaceous of Southern Utah, USA. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1486-1513, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

ROBERT J. G. MORTIMER, AMANDA M. J. GALSWORTHY, SIMON H. BOTTRELL, LUCY E. WILMOT and ROBERT J. NEWTON - Experimental evidence for rapid biotic and abiotic reduction of Fe (III) at low temperatures in salt marsh sediments: a possible mechanism for formation of modern sedimentary siderite concretions. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1514-1529, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

HYUN SUK LEE and SUNG KWUN CHOUGH - Depositional processes of the Zhushadong and Mantou formations (Early to Middle Cambrian), Shandong Province, China: roles of archipelago and mixed carbonate-siliciclastic sedimentation on cycle genesis during initial flooding of the North China Platform. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1530-1572, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 8

 

sold Charbonnier, S.J. & R. Gertisser - Deposit architecture and dynamics of the 2006 block-and-ash flows of Merapi Volcano, Java, Indonesia.  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1573-1612, 13 fig./phot./plts. (most col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 7

 

58-7

 

Breda, A. & N. Preto - Anatomy of an Upper Triassic continental to marginal-marine system: the mixed siliciclastic-carbonate Travenanzes Formation (Dolomites, Northern Italy).  - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1613-1647, 19 fig./photoplts. (most col.). Stapled extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

CARLA L. MAUGER and JOHN S. COMPTON - Formation of modern dolomite in hypersaline pans of the Western Cape, South Africa. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1678-1692, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

JESSICA A. ROSS, JEFF PEAKALL and GARETH M. KEEVIL - An integrated model of extrusive sand injectites in cohesionless sediments. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1693-1715, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

PEDRO HUERTA, ILDEFONSO ARMENTEROS and PABLO G. SILVA - Large-scale architecture in non-marine basins: the response to the interplay between accommodation space and sediment supply. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1716-1736, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

STEFANIE B. WIRTH, STÉPHANIE GIRARDCLOS, CHRISTIAN RELLSTAB and FLAVIO S. ANSELMETTI - The sedimentary response to a pioneer geo-engineering project: Tracking the Kander River deviation in the sediments of Lake Thun (Switzerland). - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1737-1761, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

DAN H. SHUGAR and JOHN J. CLAGUE - The sedimentology and geomorphology of rock avalanche deposits on glaciers. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1762-1783, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

RAYMOND S. EILERTSEN, GEOFFREY D. CORNER, ODD AASHEIM and LOUISE HANSEN - Facies characteristics and architecture related to palaeodepth of Holocene fjord-delta sediments. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1784-1809, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

PATRICK MEISTER, CAROLINA REYES, WILL BEAUMONT, MIGUEL RINCON, LISA COLLINS, WILLIAM BERELSON, LOWELL STOTT, FRANK CORSETTI and KENNETH H. NEALSON - Calcium and magnesium-limited dolomite precipitation at Deep Springs Lake, California. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1810-1830, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Rankey, E.C. - Nature and stability of atoll island shorlines: Gilbert Island chain, Kiribati, equatorial Pacific. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1831-1859, 19 fig./phot., most col., incl. 36 col. phot. Extract without cover, 4to. € 6

 

PHILIP J. ASHWORTH, GREGORY H. SAMBROOK SMITH, JAMES L. BEST, JOHN S. BRIDGE, STUART N. LANE, IAN. A. LUNT, ARNOLD J. H. REESINK, CHRISTOPHER J. SIMPSON and ROBERT E. THOMAS - Evolution and sedimentology of a channel fill in the sandy braided South Saskatchewan River and its comparison to the deposits of an adjacent compound bar. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1860-1883, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

ZHENGCAI ZHANG, ZHIBAO DONG and AIGUO ZHAO - The characteristics of aeolian sediment flux profiles in the south-eastern Tengger Desert. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1884-1894, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

ANDREA CIAMPALINI, ILARIA CONSOLONI and GIOVANNI SARTI - Fault array evolution in extensional basins: insights from statistical analysis of gravel deposits in the Cecina River (Tuscany, Italy). - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1895-1913, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

JEFFREY A. NITTROUER, DAVID MOHRIG, MEAD A. ALLISON and AYMERIC-PIERRE B. PEYRET - The lowermost Mississippi River: a mixed bedrock-alluvial channel. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1914-1934, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Reid, C.M. et al. - Carbonate sediments in a cool-water macroalgal environment, Kaikoura, New Zealand. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1935-1952, 6 fig./phot., incl. 18 col. phot. Extract without cover, 4to. € 5

 

Baas, J.H. J.L. Best and J. Peakall - Depositional processes, bedform development and hybrid bed formation in rapidly decelerated cohesive (mud-sand) sediment flows. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1953-1987, 21 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

LUCA CARACCIOLO, SALVATORE CRITELLI, FABRIZIO INNOCENTI, NIKO KOLIOS and PIERO MANETTI - Unravelling provenance from Eocene-Oligocene sandstones of the Thrace Basin, North-east Greece. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 1988-2011, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

WILLEM C. Van Der MERWE, DAVID M. HODGSON and STEPHEN S. FLINT - Origin and terminal architecture of a submarine slide: a case study from the Permian Vischkuil Formation, Karoo Basin, South Africa. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 2012-2038, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Lanfranchi, A. et al. - Compositional changes in sigmoidal carbonate clinoforms (Late Tithonian, eastern sardinia, Italy): insights from quantitative microfacies analysis. - 2011. Sedimentology 58; pp. 2039-2060, 1 fig./phot., most col., incl. 14 col. phot. Extract without cover, 4to. € 6

 

 

Vol. 59 - 2012

 

Frank, T. & S. Lokier (eds) - Carbonate platforms: archives of past global change. - 2012. Spec. issue Sedimentology 59-1; 335 pp., numerous fig./phot./plts., mostly coloured. Orig. and complete journal issue, as new, 4to. € 30

 

59-2

 

Riordan, N.K. et al. - Oligo-Miocene seagrass-influenced carbonate sedimentation along a temperate marine palaeoarchipelago, Padthaway Ridge, South Australia. - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 393-418, 12 fig./phot. some col. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Martin, M.E. & J. Bourgeois - Vented sediments and tsunami deposits in the Puget Lowland, Washington; differentiating sedimentary processes. - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 419-444, 13 fig./phot. most col. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Rodríguez-López, J. et al. - Controls on marine-erg margin cycle variability: aeolian-marine interaction in the mid-Cretaceous Iberian Desert System, Spain. - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 666-501, 19 col. fig./phot. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Mateu-Vicens, G. et al. - Nummulitic banks in the upper Lutetian ‘Buil level’, Ainsa Basin, south central Pyrenean zone: the impact of internal waves. - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 527-552, 9 col. fig./phot. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Manzo, E. et al. - Carbonate deposition in a fluvial tufa system: priocesses and [products (Corvino Valley -- southern Italy. - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 553-577, 14 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Dykstra, Mason et al. - Bed-thickness and grain-size trends in a small-scale proglacial channel-levée system; the carboniferous Jijenes Formation, western Argentina: implications for turbidity current flow processes. - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 605-522, 15 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Kurz, T.H. et al. - Hyperspectral image analysis of different carbonate lithologies (limestone, karst and hydrothermal dolomites): the Pozalagua quarry case study (Cantabria, north-west Spain). - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 623-645, 11 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Pérez-López, A. & F. Pérez-Valera - Tempestite facies models for the epicontinental Triassic carbonates of the Betic Cordillera (southern Spain). - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 646-678, 22 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

sold Bos, I.J. et al. - Organic-facies determination: a key for understanding facies distribution in the basal peat layer of the Holocene Rhine-Meuse delta, the Netherlands. - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 679-703, 10 fig./phot., most col. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

 

59-3, April 2012

 

sold Schulte, P. et al. - Tsunami backwash deposits with Chicxulub impact ejecta and dinosaur remains from the Cretaceous-Palaeogene boundary in the La Pope Basin, Mexico. - 2012. Sedimentology 59; pp. 737-765, 14 fig./phot., most col. Extract without covers, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Hagadorn, J.W. & C. MvDowell - Microbial influence on erosion, grain transport and bedform genesis in sandy substrates under unidirectional flow. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 795–808, 7 fig./phot., some col. Stapled extract, 4to. € 4

 

Wang, J. et al. - Petrology and geochemistry of chert on the marginal zone of Yangtze Platform, western Hunan, South China, during the Ediacaran–Cambrian transition. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 809–829, 8 fig./phot., incl. 2 col. plts.  Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Pratt, B.ER. et al. - Carbonate platform dominated by peloidal sands: Lower Ordovician La Silla Formation of the eastern Precordillera, San Juan, Argentina. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 843–866, 14 fig./phot., some col. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Jobe, Z.R. et al. - Climbing-ripple successions in turbidite systems: depositional environments, sedimentation rates and accumulation times. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 867–898, 18 fig./phot., coloured. Stapled extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Cooper, J.A.G. et al. - Evolution of an incised valley coastal plain estuary under low sediment supply: a ‘give-up’ estuary. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 899–916, 9 fig./phot., some col. Stapled extract, 4to. € 4

 

Andreucci, S. et al. - Evidence of Saharan dust in upper Pleistocene reworked palaeosols of North-west Sardinia, Italy: palaeoenvironmental implications. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 917–938, 190 fig./phot. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Stein, M. et al. - Palaeoenvironmental and palaeoecological change on the northern Tethyan carbonate platform during the Late Barremian to earliest Aptian. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 939–963, 12 fig./phot., most col. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Mountney, N.P. - A stratigraphic model to account for complexity in aeolian dune and interdune successions. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 964–989)

 

Flores-Aqueveque, V. et al. - Inter-annual variability of southerly winds in a coastal area of the Atacama Desert: implications for the export of aeolian sediments to the adjacent marine environment. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 990–1000)

 

Saini, S. et al. - Characteristics of sediment in transport in the swash zone of a steep estuarine foreshore. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 1001–1013)

 

Piedra, M.M. et al. - The spatial distribution of coarse surface grains and the stability of gravel river beds. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 1014–1029)

 

Fralick, P. & K. Zaniewski - Sedimentology of a wet, pre-vegetation floodplain assemblage. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 1030–1049)

 

Xiao, J. et al. - The link between grain-size components and depositional processes in a modern clastic lake. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 1050–1062)

 

Bahlburg, H. & M. Spiske - Sedimentology of tsunami inflow and backflow deposits: key differences revealed in a modern example. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 1063–1086, 11 fig./phot./plts, most col. Stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Gebhardt, A.C. et al. - Seismic evidence of up to 200 m lake-level change in Southern Patagonia since Marine Isotope Stage 4. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 1087–1100)

 

Eggenhuisen, J.T. & W.D. McCaffrey - The vertical turbulence structure of experimental turbidity currents encountering basal obstructions: implications for vertical suspended sediment distribution in non-equilibrium currents. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-3; pp. 1101–1120)

 

Sedimentology 59-4, 2012

 

Dixon, J.F. et al. - River-dominated, shelf-edge deltas: delivery of sand across the shelf break in the absence of slope incision. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1133–1157)

 

Amour, F. et al. - Capturing and modelling metre-scale spatial facies heterogeneity in a Jurassic ramp setting (Central High Atlas, Morocco). - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1158–1189)

 

KNAUST, D. & L.G. COSTAMAGNA - Ichnology and sedimentology of the Triassic carbonates of North-west Sardinia, Italy. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1190–1207)

 

RETALLACK, G.J. -  Were Ediacaran siliciclastics of South Australia coastal or deep marine? - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1208–1236)

 

McGlue, M.M. et aL. - Playa-lake sedimentation and organic matter accumulation in an Andean piggyback basin: the recent record from the Cuenca de Pozuelos, North-west Argentina. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1237–1256)

 

Ortí, F. et al. - Meganodular anhydritization: a new mechanism of gypsum to anhydrite conversion (Palaeogene–Neogene, Ebro Basin, North-east Spain). - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1257–1277, illustr. orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Correa, T.B.S. et al. - Variability of cold-water coral mounds in a high sediment input and tidal current regime, Straits of Florida. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1278–1304)

 

Sandler, A. et al. - Sub-Cambrian pedogenesis recorded in weathering profiles of the Arabian-Nubian Shield. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1305–1320)

 

Moreau, J. et al. - Kilometre-scale sand injectites in the intracratonic Murzuq Basin (South-west Libya): an igneous trigger? - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1321–1344)

 

Swennen, R. et al. - Multiple dolomitization events along the Pozalagua Fault (Pozalagua Quarry, Basque–Cantabrian Basin, Northern Spain). - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1345–1374, illustr. orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

 

Maloof, A.C. & J.P. Grotzinger - The Holocene shallowing-upward parasequence of north-west Andros Island, Bahamas. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-4; pp 1375–1407)

 

59-5

 

Frébourg, G. et al. - Uplifted marine terraces of the Akamas Peninsula (Cyprus): evidence of climatic conditions during the Late Quaternary highstands. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-5; pp. 1409-1425, 18 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Guo, X. & H.S. Chafetz - Large tufa mounds, Searles Lake, California. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-5; pp. 1509-1535, 18 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Rodríguez-López, J.P. et al. - Aeolian construction and alluvial dismantling of a fault-bounded intracontinental aeolian dune field (Terual Basin, Spain); a continental perspective on Late Pliocene climate change and variability. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-5; pp. 1536-1567, 16 col. fig./phot. Orig. wrps., stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Basilici, G. et al. - A depositional model for wave-dominated open-coast tidal flat, based on analysis of the cambro-Ordovician Lagarto and Palmares formations, north-eastern Brazil. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-5; pp. 1613-1639, 14 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Newell, A.J. et al. - Calcretes, fluviolacustrine sediments and subsidence patterns in Permo-Triassic minibasins of the south Urals, Russia. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-5; pp. 1659-1676, 10 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

 

Sedimentology 59-6, 2012

 

 

Kim, W. et al. - Sea-level rise, depth-dependent carbonate sedimentation and the paradox of drowned platforms. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-6; pp. 1677–1694, 7 fig. Orig. extract, stapled., 4to. € 4

 

Myers, T.S. et al. - Palaeoclimate of the Late Jurassic of Portugal: comparison with the Western United States. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-6; pp. 1695–1717, 13 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled., 4to. € 5

 

Tänovsuu-Milkeviciene & J.F. Sarg - Evolution of an organic-rich lake basin – stratigraphy, climate and tectonics: Piceance Creek basin, Eocene Green River Formation. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-6; pp. 1735–1768, 11 fig./phot., most col., Orig. extract, stapled., 4to. € 6,50

 

Loope, D.B. - Rinded iron-oxide concretions: hallmarks of altered siderite masses of both early and late diagenetic origin. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-6; pp. 1769–1781, 9 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled., 4to. € 4

 

Dubois, M.K. et al. - Climate-controlled aggradation and cyclicity of continental loessic siliciclastic sediments in Asselian–Sakmarian cyclothems, Permian, Hugoton embayment, USA. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-6; pp. 1782–1816, 15 fig./phot., most col. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Griffith, E.M. & A. Paytan - Barite in the ocean – occurrence, geochemistry and palaeoceanographic applications. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-6; pp. 1817–1835, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled., 4to. € 4

 

Sumner, E.J. et al. - Facies architecture of individual basin-plain turbidites: Comparison with existing models and implications for flow processes. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-6; pp. 1850–1887, 22 fig./phot., most col. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, 4to. € 7

 

Berkeley, A. & E.C. Rankey - Progradational Holocene carbonate tidal flats of Crooked Island, south-east Bahamas: An alternative to the humid channelled belt model. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-6; pp. 1902–1925, 11 fig./phot., most col. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

 

Sedimentology 59-7, 2012

 

Talling, P.J. et al. - Subaqueous sediment density flows: Depositional processes and deposit types. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-7; pp. 1937–2003, 26 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 8,50

 

Bernhardt, A. et al. - Channelized debris-flow deposits and their impact on turbidity currents: The Puchkirchen axial channel belt in the Austrian Molasse Basin. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-7; pp. 2042–2070, 16 col. fig./phot. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Blott, S.J. & K. Pye - Particle size scales and classification of sediment types based on particle size distributions: Review and recommended procedures. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-7; pp. 2071–2096, 12 fig., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Bialik, O.M. et al. - Lithofacies and cyclicity of Mohilla evaporite basins on the rifted margin of the Levant in the Late Triassic, Makhtesh Ramon, southern Israel. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-7; pp. 2097–2124, 12 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Dijk, M. van et al. - Contrasting morphodynamics in alluvial fans and fan deltas: effect of the downstream boundary. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-7; pp. 2125–2145, 12 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Rankey, E.C. and D.F. Doolittle - Geomorphology of carbonate platform-marginal uppermost slopes: Insights from a Holocene analogue, Little Bahama Bank, Bahamas. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-7; pp. 2146–2171, 16 col. fig./phot. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, 4to. € 5

 

Luzón, A. et al. - Karst subsidence as a control on the accumulation and preservation of aeolian deposits: A Pleistocene example from a proglacial outwash setting, Ebro Basin, Spain. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-7; pp. 2199–2225, 17 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Hampson, G.J. et al. - Controls on large-scale patterns of fluvial sandbody distribution in alluvial to coastal plain strata: Upper Cretaceous Blackhawk Formation, Wasatch Plateau, Central Utah, USA. - 2012. Sedimentology 59-7; pp. 2226–2258, 16 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6,50

 

 

Vol. 60 - 2013

 

 

Vol. 60 - 2013

 

Föllmi, K. et al. (eds.) - Alpine sedimentology. - 2013. Spec. iss. Sedimentology 60-1; 357 pp., numerous fig./phot., many col. Collection of 16 papers, most on the Alps. Complete journal issue, very good, 4to. € 25

 

issue 2

 

Harazim, Dario et al. - Spatial variability of watermass conditions within the European Epicontinental Seaway during the Early Jurassic (Pliensbachian–Toarcian). - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 359–390, 8 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

  

Murray, K.T. et al. - Depositional processes beneath coastal multi-year sea ice. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 391–410, 16 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Le Heron, D.P. et al. - An interglacial on snowball Earth ? Dynamic behaviour revealed in the Chuos Formation, Namibia. - 2013. Sedimentology 60; pp. 411-427, 9 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Renaut, R.W. et al. - Impact of lake-level changes on the formation of thermogene travertine in continental rifts: Evidence from Lake Bogoria, Kenya Rift Valley. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 428–468, 17 fig./phot., most col. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, 4to. € 7

 

Hein, C.J. et al. - Evidence for a transgressive barrier within a regressive strandplain system: Implications for complex coastal response to environmental change. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 469–502, 10 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Parham, P.R. et al. - Quaternary coastal lithofacies, sequence development and stratigraphy in a passive margin setting, North Carolina and Virginia, USA. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 503–547, 27 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, 4to. € 8

 

Berner, Z.A. et al. - Pyrite geochemistry in the Toarcian Posidonia Shale of south-west Germany: Evidence for contrasting trace-element patterns of diagenetic and syngenetic pyrites. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 548–573, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

 

Alberti, M. et al. - Deciphering condensed sequences: A case study from the Oxfordian (Upper Jurassic) Dhosa Oolite member of the Kachchh Basin, western India. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 574–598, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

 

Reynaud, J.-Y. et al. - From non-tidal shelf to tide-dominated strait: the Miocene Bonifacio Basin, southern Corsica. - 2013. Sedimentology 60; pp. 599-623, 13 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6

 

Discussion: “Were the Ediacaran siliciclastics of South Australia coastal or deep marine?” by Retallack et al., Sedimentology, 59, 1208–1236. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 624–627, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

RICHARD H. T. CALLOW, MARTIN D. BRASIER and DUNCAN MCILROY

 

Reply to the Discussion by Callow et al. on “Were the Ediacaran siliciclastics of South Australia coastal or deep marine?” by Gregory J. Retallack, Sedimentology, 59, 1208–1236. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 628–630, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

GREGORY J. RETALLACK

 

Corrigendum: Strange bedfellows: glacial diamictite and cap carbonate from the Marinoan (635 Ma) glaciation in Namibia. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 631–634, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

PAUL F. HOFFMAN

 

issue 3

 

Pisarska-Jamrozy, M. & P. Weckwerth - Soft-sediment deformation structures in a Pleistocene glaciolacustrine delta and their implications for the recognition of subenvironments in delta deposits. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 637–665, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6

 

Microstratigraphy of a Miocene layered phosphatic pebble from the western margin of South Africa. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 666–678, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

Rochelle A. Wigley and John S. Compton

 

Illite/smectite transformation in detrital glaucony during burial diagenesis of sandstone: A study from Siri Canyon – Danish North Sea. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 679–692, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

AFSOON M. KAZEROUNI, METTE L. K. POULSEN, HENRIK FRIIS, JOHAN B. SVENDSEN and JENS P. V. HANSEN

 

Time-transgressive tunnel-valley infill revealed by a three-dimensional sedimentary model, Hamburg, north-west Germany. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 693–719, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

ADRIAAN JANSZEN, JULIEN MOREAU, ANDREA MOSCARIELLO, JÜRGEN EHLERS and JENS KRÖGER

 

Can liquefied debris flows deposit clean sand over large areas of sea floor? Field evidence from the Marnoso-arenacea Formation, Italian Apennines. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 720–762, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

PETER J. TALLING, GIUSEPPE MALGESINI and FABRIZIO FELLETTI

 

Stratigraphic organization and predictability of mixed coarse-grained and fine-grained successions in an upper slope Pleistocene turbidite system of the Peri-Adriatic basin. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 763–799, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

CLAUDIO DI CELMA, GINO CANTALAMESSA and PETROS DIDASKALOU

 

Geochemical diagenetic trends during phosphorite formation – economic implications: The case of the Negev Campanian phosphorites, Southern Israel. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 800–819, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

DAVID SOUDRY, YAACOV NATHAN and SARAH EHRLICH

 

Quantification of the relation between surface morphodynamics and subsurface sedimentological product in sandy braided rivers. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 820–839, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

Natalie O. Parker, Gregory H. Sambrook Smith, Philip J. Ashworth, James L. Best, Stuart N. Lane, Ian A. Lunt, Christopher J. Simpson and Roberte. Thomas

 

Channel belt architecture formed by a meandering river. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 840–859, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

Wietse I. van de Lageweg, Wout M. van Dijk and Maarten G. Kleinhans

 

Discussion: “Unraveling the provenance of Eocene–Oligocene sandstones of the Thrace Basin, North-east Greece” by Caracciolo et al. (2011), Sedimentology, 58, 1988–2011. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 860–864, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

Angelos Maravelis and Avraam Zelilidis

 

Reply to the Discussion by Maravelis and Zelilidis on “Unravelling provenance from Eocene–Oligocene sandstones of the Thrace Basin, North-east Greece” by Caracciolo et al. (2011), Sedimentology, 58, 1988–2011.. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 865–869, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

Luca Caracciolo, Salvatore Critelli, Fabrizio Innocenti, Niko Kolios and Piero Manetti

 

Discussion: “Geological investigation and optical dating of Quaternary siliciclastic sediments near Apalachicola, North-west Florida, USA” by Burdette et al. (2012) Sedimentology 59, 1836–1849. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 870–876, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

Ervin G. Otvos

 

issue 4

 

Nakajima, Takeshi and Benjamin C. Kneller - Quantitative analysis of the geometry of submarine external levées. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 877–910, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

 

Francus, P. et al. -  Varved sediments of Lake Yoa (Ounianga Kebir, Chad) reveal progressive drying of the Sahara during the last 6100 years. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 911–934, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

 

Maier, K.L. et al. -  Deep-sea channel evolution and stratigraphic architecture from inception to abandonment from high-resolution Autonomous Underwater Vehicle surveys offshore central California. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 935–960, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

  

Sürmelihindi, G. et al. - Laminated carbonate deposits in Roman aqueducts: Origin, processes and implications. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 961–982, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

  

Doughty, M. et al. - High-resolution seismic reflection profiling of neotectonic faults in Lake Timiskaming, Timiskaming Graben, Ontario-Quebec, Canada. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 983–1006, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

 

Rubinstein, N. et al. - Association of phosphate with rhyolite glass in marine Neogene tuffs from Patagonia, Argentina. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 1007–1016, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

 

Pelechaty, M. et al. - The significance of Chara vegetation in the precipitation of lacustrine calcium carbonate. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 1017–1035, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

  

Went, D.J. -  Quartzite development in early Palaeozoic nearshore marine environments. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 1036–1058, 10 fig./phot. Orig. wrps.,stapled extract, 4to.

 

Van Loon, A.J. et al. - Origin of the vertically orientated clasts in brecciated shallow-marine limestones of the Chaomidian Formation (Furongian, Shandong Province, China). - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 1059–1070, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

  

Jahnert, R.J. and Lindsay B. Collins - Controls on microbial activity and tidal flat evolution in Shark Bay, Western Australia. - 2013. Sedimentology Vol. 60; pp. 1071–1099, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to.

 

 

60-5

 

Thomas Götte, Karl Ramseyer, Thomas Pettke and Monika Koch-Müller - Implications of trace element composition of syntaxial quartz cements for the geochemical conditions during quartz precipitation in sandstones. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-5; pp.  1111–1127)

 

Anadón, Pere, Carles Canet and Walter L. Friedrich - Aragonite stromatolitic buildups from Santorini (Aegean Sea, Greece): Geochemical and palaeontological constraints of the caldera palaeoenvironment prior to the Minoan eruption (ca 3600 yr bp). - 2013. Sedimentology 60-5; pp.  1128–1155, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Claire M. Sena and Cédric M. John - Impact of dynamic sedimentation on facies heterogeneities in Lower Cretaceous peritidal deposits of central east Oman. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-5; pp.  1156–1183)

 

Paul D. Taylor and Noel P. James - Secular changes in colony-forms and bryozoan carbonate sediments through geological history. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-5; pp.  1184–1212)

 

Pierre Weill, Dominique Mouazé and Bernadette Tessier - Internal architecture and evolution of bioclastic beach ridges in a megatidal chenier plain: Field data and wave flume experiment. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-5; pp.  1213–1230)

 

Détriché, S. et al. - Environmental controls on the late Holocene carbonate sedimentation of a karstic lake in the Middle-Atlas Mountains (Lake Afourgagh, Morocco). - 2013. Sedimentology 60; pp. 1231-1256, 9 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Ventra, Dario et al. - Colluvial sedimentation in a hyperarid setting (Atacama Desert, northern Chile): Geomorphic controls and stratigraphic facies variability. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-5; pp.  1257–1290, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 7

 

Robert G. Macdonald, Jan Alexander, John C. Bacon and Mark J. Cooker - Variations in the architecture of hydraulic-jump bar complexes on non-eroding beds. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-5; pp.  1291–1312)

 

Legler, B. et al. - Facies model of a fine-grained, tide dominated delta: Lower Dir Abu Lifa Member (Eocene), Western desert, Egypt. - 2013. Sedimentology 60; pp. 1313-1356, 22 fig./phot. full-colour and including fold-out plt. h.t. Orig. extract, 4to. € 8

 

 

60-6

 

 

Claire Seard, Jean Borgomano, Didier Granjeon and Gilbert Camoin - Impact of environmental parameters on coral reef development and drowning: Forward modelling of the last deglacial reefs from Tahiti (French Polynesia; IODP Expedition #310). - 2013. Sedimentology 60-6; pp. 1357–1388, 12 col. fig. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Thomas Neumann, Florian Scholz, Utz Kramar, Michael Ostermaier, Nicole Rausch and Zsolt Berner - Arsenic in framboidal pyrite from recent sediments of a shallow water lagoon of the Baltic Sea. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-6; pp. 1389–1404, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 4

 

J. Garrecht Metzger and David A. Fike - Techniques for assessing spatial heterogeneity of carbonate δ13C values: Implications for craton-wide isotope gradients. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-6; pp. 1405–1431, 12 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

Eberhard Gischler, Alex L. Thomas, André W. Droxler, Jody M. Webster, Yusuke Yokoyama and Bernd R. Schöne - Microfacies and diagenesis of older Pleistocene (pre-last glacial maximum) reef deposits, Great Barrier Reef, Australia (IODP Expedition 325): A quantitative approach. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-6; pp. 1432–1466, 20 fig./phot., some col. Orig. wrps., extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

Hemmo A. Abels, Mary J. Kraus and Philip D. Gingerich - Precession-scale cyclicity in the fluvial lower Eocene Willwood Formation of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming (USA). - 2013. Sedimentology 60-6; pp. 1467–1483, 7 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 4

 

Paul B. Hamilton, Kyle Strom and David C. J. D. Hoyal - Autogenic incision-backfilling cycles and lobe formation during the growth of alluvial fans with supercritical distributaries. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-6; pp. 1498–1525, 18 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled. Orig. wrps., extract, stapled. € 6

 

Luca Colombera, Nigel P. Mountney and William D. McCaffrey - A quantitative approach to fluvial facies models: Methods and example results. - 2013. Sedimentology 60-6; pp. 1526–1558, 13 col. fig. Orig. extract, stapled. Orig. wrps., extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

 

60-7

 

Sara J. Akin, Peir K. Pufahl, Eric E. Hiatt and Franco Pirajno

Oxygenation of shallow marine environments and chemical sedimentation in Palaeoproterozoic peritidal settings: Frere Formation, Western Australia - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1559–1582, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Nancy Chow, Annette D. George, Kate M. Trinajstic and Zhong-Qiang Chen

Stratal architecture and platform evolution of an early Frasnian syn-tectonic carbonate platform, Canning Basin, Australia - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1583–1620, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Dario Harazim, Richard H. T. Callow and Duncan Mcilroy

Microbial mats implicated in the generation of intrastratal shrinkage (‘synaeresis’) cracks - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1621–1638, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Hiscott, Richard N., Ali E. Aksu, Roger D. Flood, Vladimir Kostylev and Doğan Yaşar - Widespread overspill from a saline density-current channel and its interaction with topography on the south-west Black Sea shelf - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1639–1667, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6

 

Taoyuan Wei, Jeff Peakall, Daniel R. Parsons, Zhongyuan Chen, Baocheng Zhao and Jim Best

Three-dimensional gravity-current flow within a subaqueous bend: Spatial evolution and force balance variations - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1668–1680, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 4

 

José P. Calvo, Manuel Pozo, Pablo G. Silva and Jorge Morales

Pattern of sedimentary infilling of fossil mammal traps formed in pseudokarst at Cerro de los Batallones, Madrid Basin, central Spain - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1681–1708, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6

 

Daniel Buscombe

Transferable wavelet method for grain-size distribution from images of sediment surfaces and thin sections, and other natural granular patterns - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1709–1732, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Nicole R. Posth, Kurt O. Konhauser and Andreas Kappler

Microbiological processes in banded iron formation deposition - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1733–1754, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Andrew N. Green, J. Andrew G. Cooper, Rio Leuci and Zane Thackeray

Formation and preservation of an overstepped segmented lagoon complex on a high-energy continental shelf - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1755–1768, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 4

 

Ricardo P. Meireles, Rui Quartau, Ricardo S. Ramalho, Ana C. Rebelo, José Madeira, Vittorio Zanon and Sérgio P. Ávila

Depositional processes on oceanic island shelves – Evidence from storm-generated Neogene deposits from the mid-North Atlantic - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1769–1785, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 4

 

Chan-Yi Martin Lin and Jeremy G. Venditti

An empirical model of subcritical bedform migration - 2013. Sedimentology 60-7; pp. 1786–1799, illustr. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

 

Vol. 61 - 2014

 

 

Andreucci, S. et al. - Evolution and architecture of a West mediterranean Upper Pleistocene to Holocene coastal apron-fan system. [NW Sardinia]. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 333-361, 10 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Lapponi, F. et al. - Hydrothermal dolomitization in a complex geodynamic setting (Lower Palaeozoic, northern Spain). - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 411-443, 18 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Phelps, R.M. - Oceanographic and eustatic control of carbonate platform evolution and sequence stratigraphy on the Cretaceous (Valanginian-Campanian) passive margin, northern Gulf of Mexico. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 461-496, 15 fig. in col., incl. 5 fold-out plts. with section h.t. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

James, N.P. et al. - Warm-temperate, marine, carbonate sdimentation in an Early Miocene, tide-influenced, incised valley; Provenve, southeast France. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 497-534, 15 fig./phot. in col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Grundvåg, S.-A. et al. - Depositional architecture and evolution of progradationally stacked lobe complexes in the Eocene Central basin of Spitsbergen. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 535-569, 17 fig./phot. in col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Li, Z.-H. et al. - A multiple cave deposit assessment of suitability of speleothem isotopes for reconstructing palaeo-vegetation and palaeo-temperature. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp; 749-766, 13 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Ventra, D. & G.J. Nichols - Autogenic dynamics of aluvial fans in endotheric basins: ourtcrop examples and stratigraphic significance. [Ebro basin] - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp; 767-791, 12 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Van Daele, Maarten, Veerle Cnudde, Philippe Duyck, Mario Pino, Roberto Urrutia and Marc De Batist - Multidirectional, synchronously-triggered seismo-turbidites and debrites revealed by X-ray computed tomography (CT). - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 861–880, 11 fig., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Santos, Maurício G. M., Renato P. Almeida, Lucas P. S. Godinho, André Marconato and Nigel P. Mountney - Distinct styles of fluvial deposition in a Cambrian rift basin. [S. Brazil] - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 881–914, 19 fig./phopt., most col. and incl. 1 fold-out plt. h.t. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Morrow, David W. - Zebra and boxwork fabrics in hydrothermal dolomites of northern Canada: Indicators for dilational fracturing, dissolution or in situ replacement ? - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 915–951, 18 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Massimiliano Ghinassi, Wojciech Nemec, Mauro Aldinucci, Slavomir Nehyba, Volkan Özaksoy and Francesco Fidolini

Plan-form evolution of ancient meandering rivers reconstructed from longitudinal outcrop sections. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 952–977)

 

Daniel P. Le Heron, Marie E. Busfield and Alan S. Collins

Bolla Bollana boulder beds: A Neoproterozoic trough mouth fan in South Australia?. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 978–995)

 

Sanders, Diethard, Lukas Widera and Marc Ostermann - Two-layer scree/snow-avalanche triggered by rockfall (Eastern Alps): Significance for sedimentology of scree slopes. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 996–1030, 15 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, in modern folder, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Covault, Jacob A., Svetlana Kostic, Charles K. Paull, Holly F. Ryan and Andrea Fildani - Submarine channel initiation, filling and maintenance from sea-floor geomorphology and morphodynamic modelling of cyclic steps. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1031–1054, 12 fig., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Reesink, Arnold J. H., Philip J. Ashworth et al. - Scales and causes of heterogeneity in bars in a large multi-channel river: Río Paraná, Argentina. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1055–1085, 11 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Katarina Gobo, Massimiliano Ghinassi, Wojciech Nemec and Eivind Sjursen

Development of an incised valley-fill at an evolving rift margin: Pleistocene eustasy and tectonics on the southern side of the Gulf of Corinth, Greece. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1086–1119)

 

Christopher J. Stevenson, Peter J. Talling, Douglas G. Masson, Esther J. Sumner, Michael Frenz and Russell B. Wynn

The spatial and temporal distribution of grain-size breaks in turbidites. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1120–1156)

 

Sam Roberson and Gert Jan Weltje - Inter-instrument comparison of particle-size analysers. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1157–1174, illustr. orig. extract, 4to. € 4

 

Viktor Terlaky and Robert William Charles Arnott

Matrix-rich and associated matrix-poor sandstones: Avulsion splays in slope and basin-floor strata. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1175–1197)

 

Andreas Wetzel, Noelia Carmona and Juan Ponce

Tidal signature recorded in burrow fill. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1198–1210)

 

Maciej J. Bojanowski, Andrzej Barczuk and Andreas Wetzel

Deep-burial alteration of early-diagenetic carbonate concretions formed in Palaeozoic deep-marine greywackes and mudstones (Bardo Unit, Sudetes Mountains, Poland). - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1211–1239)

 

Joel Roskin, Dan G. Blumberg and Itzhak Katra

Last millennium development and dynamics of vegetated linear dunes inferred from ground-penetrating radar and optically stimulated luminescence ages. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1240–1260)

 

Greg M. Baniak, Murray K. Gingras, Beverly A. Burns and S. George Pemberton

An example of a highly bioturbated, storm-influenced shoreface deposit: Upper Jurassic Ula Formation, Norwegian North Sea. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1261–1285)

 

David B. Kemp and Peter M. Sadler

Climatic and eustatic signals in a global compilation of shallow marine carbonate accumulation rates. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1286–1297)

 

Thomas G. Heard, Kevin T. Pickering and Julian D. Clark

Ichnofabric characterization of a deep-marine clastic system: a subsurface study of the Middle Eocene Ainsa System, Spanish Pyrenees. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1298–1331)

 

Jonathan P. Allen, Christopher R. Fielding, Martin R. Gibling and Michael C. Rygel

Recognizing products of palaeoclimate fluctuation in the fluvial stratigraphic record: An example from the Pennsylvanian to Lower Permian of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1332–1381)

 

Edouard Ravier, Jean-François Buoncristiani, Sylvain Clerc, Michel Guiraud, John Menzies and Eric Portier

Sedimentological and deformational criteria for discriminating subglaciofluvial deposits from subaqueous ice-contact fan deposits: A Pleistocene example (Ireland). - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1382–1410)

 

Aitor Payros and Naroa Martínez-Braceras

Orbital forcing in turbidite accumulation during the Eocene greenhouse interval. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1411–1432)

 

Francesco Sauro, Nicola Tisato, Jo De Waele, Stefano M. Bernasconi, Tomaso R. R. Bontognali and Ermanno Galli

Source and genesis of sulphate and phosphate–sulphate minerals in a quartz-sandstone cave environment. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1433–1451)

 

Yangyang Li and Janok Bhattacharya

Facies architecture of asymmetrical branching distributary channels: Cretaceous Ferron Sandstone, Utah, USA. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1452–1483)

 

61-6

 

Rodríguez-López, J.P. et al. - Archean to Recent aeolian sand systems and their sedimentary record: Current understanding and future prospects. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1487–1534, 17 fig./phot. in col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Chewings, J.M. et al. - Aeolian sediment transport and deposition in a modern high-latitude glacial marine environment. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1535–1557)

 

Bover-Arnal, T. et al. - Deep incision in an Aptian carbonate succession indicates major sea-level fall in the Cretaceous. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1558–1593)

 

Salama, W. et al. - Facies analysis and palaeoclimatic significance of ironstones formed during the Eocene greenhouse. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1594–1624)

 

Hahn, Sabine et al. - Exploring aberrant bivalve shell ultrastructure and geochemistry as proxies for past sea water acidification. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1625–1658, 12 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Ielpi, A. et al. - Role of vegetation in shaping Early Pennsylvanian braided rivers: Architecture of the Boss Point Formation, Atlantic Canada. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1659–1700, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Power, I.M. et al. - A depositional model for hydromagnesite–magnesite playas near Atlin, British Columbia, Canada. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1701–1733, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Morris, E.A. et al. - Origin, evolution and anatomy of silt-prone submarine external levées. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1734–1763)

 

Rpss, J.A. et al. - Facies and flow regimes of sandstone-hosted columnar intrusions: Insights from the pipes of Kodachrome Basin State Park. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1764–1792)

 

Wei, J.H. et al. - Sediment colour reflectance spectroscopy as a proxy for wet/dry cycles at Lake El'gygytgyn, Far East Russia, during Marine Isotope Stages 8 to 12. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1793–1811)

 

Sheldon, N.D. et al. - Contrasting geochemical signatures on land from the Middle and Late Permian extinction events. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1812–1829)

 

Stockhecke, M. et al. - Sedimentary evolution and environmental history of Lake Van (Turkey) over the past 600 000 years. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1830–1861, 13 fig./phot., partly col. Orig. extract, stapled, in modern folder, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Kaczmarek, S.E. & D.F. Sibley - Direct physical evidence of dolomite recrystallization. - 2014. Sedimentology 61; pp. 1862–1882)

 

61/7

 

 

sold Hilbe, Michael and Flavio S. Anselmetti - Signatures of slope failures and river-delta collapses in a perialpine lake (Lake Lucerne, Switzerland). - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 1883–1907, 14 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Ielpi, Alessandro and Massimiliano Ghinassi - Planform architecture, stratigraphic signature and morphodynamics of an exhumed Jurassic meander plain (Scalby Formation, Yorkshire, UK). - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 1923–1960, 19 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

La Croix, Andrew D. and Shahin E. Dashtgard - Of sand and mud: Sedimentological criteria for identifying the turbidity maximum zone in a tidally influenced river. - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 1961–1981, 10 fig./phot., col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Stevenson, Christopher J. et al. - On how thin submarine flows transported large volumes of sand for hundreds of kilometres across a flat basin plain without eroding the sea floor. - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 1982–2019, 17 fig., most col.  Orig. extract, stapled, in modern folder, very good. € 6

 

Mats O. Molén - A simple method to classify diamicts by scanning electron microscope from surface microtextures. - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2020–2041)

 

Makoto Ito, Kazuaki Ishikawa and Naohisa Nishida - Distinctive erosional and depositional structures formed at a canyon mouth: A lower Pleistocene deep-water succession in the Kazusa forearc basin on the Boso Peninsula, Japan. - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2042–2062)

 

Mauricio M. Perillo, James L. Best, Miwa Yokokawa, Tomohiro Sekiguchi, Tomohiro Takagawa and Marcelo H. Garcia - A unified model for bedform development and equilibrium under unidirectional, oscillatory and combined-flows. - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2063–2085)

 

Carrillo, Emili, Laura Rosell and Federico Ortí - Multiepisodic evaporite sedimentation as an indicator of palaeogeographical evolution in foreland basins (South-eastern Pyrenean basin, Early–Middle Eocene). - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2086–2112, 13 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, in modern folder, very good. € 6

 

Daza Brunet, Raquel and María Ángeles Bustillo Revuelta - Exceptional silica speleothems in a volcanic cave: A unique example of silicification and sub-aquatic opaline stromatolite formation (Terceira, Azores). - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2113–2135, 13 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Sergio G. Longhitano, Domenico Chiarella and Francesco Muto - Three-dimensional to two-dimensional cross-strata transition in the lower Pleistocene Catanzaro tidal strait transgressive succession (southern Italy). - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2136–2171)

 

Grundvåg, Sten-Andreas et al. - The depositional architecture and facies variability of shelf deltas in the Eocene Battfjellet Formation, Nathorst Land, Spitsbergen. - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2172–2204, 13 fig./phot., many col. Orig. illustr. wrps., stapled extract, very good. € 7

 

Dirk Knaust, Michał Warchoł and Ian A. Kane - Ichnodiversity and ichnoabundance: Revealing depositional trends in a confined turbidite system. - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2218–2267)

 

George Postma, Kick Kleverlaan and Matthieu J. B. Cartigny - Recognition of cyclic steps in sandy and gravelly turbidite sequences, and consequences for the Bouma facies model. - 2014. Sedimentology 61-7; pp. 2268–2290)

 

 

 

 

Vol. 62 - 2015

 

Christopher R. Fielding - Anatomy of falling-stage deltas in the Turonian Ferron Sandstone of the western Henry Mountains Syncline, Utah: Growth faults, slope failures and mass transport complexes. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 1–26, 14 col. fig./phot., 1 fold-out col. plt. h.t. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

El Desouky, Hamdy, Jeroen Soete, Hannes Claes, Mehmet Özkul, Frank Vanhaecke and Rudy Swennen - Novel applications of fluid inclusions and isotope geochemistry in unravelling the genesis of fossil travertine systems. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 27–56, 13 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

Franke, Daniel, Jens Hornung and Matthias Hinderer - A combined study of radar facies, lithofacies and three-dimensional architecture of an alpine alluvial fan (Illgraben fan, Switzerland). - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 57–86, many col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

Belde, Johannes, Stefan Back and Lars Reuning - Three-dimensional seismic analysis of sediment waves and related geomorphological features on a carbonate shelf exposed to large amplitude internal waves, Browse Basin region, Australia. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 87–109, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

Ben McGee, Alan S. Collins, Ricardo I. F. Trindade and Fred Jourdan

Investigating mid-Ediacaran glaciation and final Gondwana amalgamation using coupled sedimentology and 40Ar/ 39Ar detrital muscovite provenance from the Paraguay Belt, Brazil. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 130–154, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Anelize M. Bahniuk, Sylvia Anjos, Almério B. França, Nilo Matsuda, John Eiler, Judith A. Mckenzie and Crisogono Vasconcelos

Development of microbial carbonates in the Lower Cretaceous Codó Formation (north-east Brazil): Implications for interpretation of microbialite facies associations and palaeoenvironmental conditions. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 155–181, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Nick Eyles, Joe. I. Boyce and Niko Putkinen

Neoglacial (<3000 years) till and flutes at Saskatchewan Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains, formed by subglacial deformation of a soft bed. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 182–203, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Laurent Gindre-Chanu, John K. Warren, Cai Puigdefabregas, Ian R. Sharp, David C. P. Peacock, Roger Swart, Ragnar Poulsen, Hercinda Ferreira and Lourenco Henrique

Diagenetic evolution of Aptian evaporites in the Namibe Basin (south-west Angola). - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 204–233, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Ivan Martini and Fabio Sandrelli

Facies analysis of a Pliocene river-dominated deltaic succession (Siena Basin, Italy): Implications for the formation and infilling of terminal distributary channels. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 234–265, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Rute Coimbra, Adrian Immenhauser, Federico Olóriz, Víctor Rodríguez-Galiano and Mario Chica-Olmo

New insights into geochemical behaviour in ancient marine carbonates (Upper Jurassic Ammonitico Rosso): Novel proxies for interpreting sea-level dynamics and palaeoceanography. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 266–302, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Antoinette Abeyta and Chris Paola

Transport dynamics of mass failures along weakly cohesive clinoform foresets. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 303–313, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Antun Husinec and Stig M. Bergström

Stable carbon-isotope record of shallow-marine evaporative epicratonic basin carbonates, Ordovician Williston Basin, North America. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 314–349, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Stefano Patruno, Gary J. Hampson, Christopher A.-L. Jackson and Tom Dreyer

Clinoform geometry, geomorphology, facies character and stratigraphic architecture of a sand-rich subaqueous delta: Jurassic Sognefjord Formation, offshore Norway. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 350–388, many fig./phot., often col. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

 

62-2

 

Camoin, G. & J. Webster (eds.) - Carbonate response to sea-level and environmental changes : Reading the past, informing the future. - 2015. Special issue : Sedimentology 62-2 ; pp. 401-606, many fig./phot., most col. Collection of 8 papers. Complete issue, very good, 4to. € 22

 

Contents :

Coral reef response to Quaternary sea-level and environmental changes: State of the science (pages 401–428)

Gilbert F. Camoin and Jody M. Webster

 

Quaternary reef response to sea-level and environmental change in the western Atlantic (pages 429–465)

Eberhard Gischler

 

Quaternary atoll development: New insights from the two-dimensional stratigraphic forward modelling of Mururoa Island (Central Pacific Ocean) (pages 466–500)

Lucien F. Montaggioni, Jean Borgomano, François Fournier and Didier Granjeon

 

Reticulate reef patterns – antecedent karst versus self-organization (pages 501–515)

Wolfgang Schlager and Sam Purkis

 

Distinct relict fringing reefs in the northern shelf of the Gulf of Elat/Aqaba: Markers of Quaternary eustatic and climatic episodes (pages 516–540)

Gal Hartman, Tina M. Niemi, Zvi Ben-Avraham, Gideon Tibor, Abdallah Al-Zoubi, Ronnie A. Sade, John K. Hall, Emad Akawi, Abd Abueladas, Rami Al-Ruzouq and Yizhaq Makovsky

 

Unravelling the influence of water depth and wave energy on the facies diversity of shelf carbonates (pages 541–565)

Sam J. Purkis, Gwilym P. Rowlands and Jeremy M. Kerr

 

Mapping bathymetry and depositional facies on Great Bahama Bank (pages 566–589)

Paul M. (Mitch) Harris, Sam J. Purkis, James Ellis, Peter K. Swart and John J. G. Reijmer

 

Advanced classification of carbonate sediments based on physical properties (pages 590–606)

Tania L. Insua, Lutz Hamel, Kathryn Moran, Louise M. Anderson and Jody M. Webster

 

 

62-3

 

 

Barth, J.A. & H.S. Chafetz - Cool water geyser travertine: Crystal Geyser, Utah, USA. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 607-620, 4 comp. figs., incl. 14 col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Myrow, P.M. & J. Chen - estimates of large magnitude Late Cambrian earthquakes from seismogenic soft-sediment deformation structures: Central Rocky Mountains. - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 621-644, 12 comp. figs./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Leszczyński, Stanisław and Wojciech Nemec - Dynamic stratigraphy of composite peripheral unconformity in a foredeep basin. [Carpathian Foredeep, S. Poland] - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 645–680, 21 fig./phot., full col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Kairytė, Milda and Rodney L. Stevens - Composite methodology for interpreting sediment transport pathways from spatial trends in grain size: A case study of the Lithuanian coast. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 681–696, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Preto, Nereo et al. - Primary dolomite in the Late Triassic Travenanzes Formation, Dolomites, Northern Italy: Facies control and possible bacterial influence. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 697–716, 11 comp. fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Hendry, James P., Jay M. Gregg, Kevin L. Shelton, Ian D. Somerville and Stephen F. Crowley - Origin, characteristics and distribution of fault-related and fracture-related dolomitization: Insights from Mississippian carbonates, Isle of Man. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 717–752, 19 comp. fig./phot., full col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Vennin, Emmanuelle, Nicolas Olivier, Arnaud Brayard, Ivan Bour, Christophe Thomazo, Gilles Escarguel, Emmanuel Fara, Kevin G. Bylund, James F. Jenks, Daniel A. Stephen and Richard Hofmann - Microbial deposits in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction: A diverging case from the Mineral Mountains (Utah, USA). - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 753–792, 13 fig./photoplts., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 8

 

Rajaibi, Ibrahim M. Al, Cathy Hollis and Joe H. Macquaker - Origin and variability of a terminal Proterozoic primary silica precipitate, Athel Silicilyte, South Oman Salt Basin, Sultanate of Oman. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 793–825, 12 comp. figs., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Heidi A. Roop, Gavin B. Dunbar, Richard Levy, Marcus J. Vandergoes, Alexander L. Forrest, Sharon L. Walker, Jennifer Purdie, Phaedra Upton and James Whinney - Seasonal controls on sediment transport and deposition in Lake Ohau, South Island, New Zealand: Implications for a high-resolution Holocene palaeoclimate reconstruction. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 826–844, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Paul L. Broughton - Incipient vertical traction carpets within collapsed sinkhole fills. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 845–866, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Augusto N. Varela - Tectonic control of accommodation space and sediment supply within the Mata Amarilla Formation (lower Upper Cretaceous) Patagonia, Argentina. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 867–896, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

sold Mikkel Fruergaard, Thorbjørn J. Andersen, Lars H. Nielsen, Peter N. Johannessen, Troels Aagaard and Morten Pejrup - High-resolution reconstruction of a coastal barrier system: impact of Holocene sea-level change. [NE Wadden Sea, Denmark] - 2015. Sedimentology 62-3; pp. 928–969, illustr. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

62-4

 

sold Eduardo Garzanti, Alberto Resentini, Sergio Andò, Giovanni Vezzoli, Alcides Pereira and Pieter Vermeesch

Physical controls on sand composition and relative durability of detrital minerals during ultra-long distance littoral and aeolian transport (Namibia and southern Angola). - 2015. Sedimentology 62-4; pp. 971–996, 11 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Florian Ganthy, Laura Soissons, Pierre-Guy Sauriau, Romaric Verney and Aldo Sottolichio

Effects of short flexible seagrass Zostera noltei on flow, erosion and deposition processes determined using flume experiments. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-4; pp. 997–1023, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Qingjie Han, Jianjun Qu, Zhibao Dong, Kecun Zhang and Ruiping Zu

Air density effects on aeolian sand movement: Implications for sediment transport and sand control in regions with extreme altitudes or temperatures. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-4; pp. 1024–1038, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Theresa M. Schwartz and Stephan A. Graham

Stratigraphic architecture of a tide-influenced shelf-edge delta, Upper Cretaceous Dorotea Formation, Magallanes-Austral Basin, Patagonia. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-4; pp. 1039–1077, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Debra S. Jennings, Steven G. Driese and Stephen I. Dworkin

Comparison of modern and ancient barite-bearing acid-sulphate soils using micromorphology, geochemistry and field relationships. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-4; pp. 1078–1099, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Tania Villaseñor, John M. Jaeger, Kathleen M. Marsaglia and Greg H. Browne

Evaluation of the relative roles of global versus local sedimentary controls on Middle to Late Pleistocene formation of continental margin strata, Canterbury Basin, New Zealand. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-4; pp. 1118–1148, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Concha Arenas, Laura Piñuela and José Carlos García-Ramos

Climatic and tectonic controls on carbonate deposition in syn-rift siliciclastic fluvial systems: A case of microbialites and associated facies in the Late Jurassic. [Asturias, Spain] - 2015. Sedimentology 62-4; pp. 1149–1183, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

sold Faisal A. Alqahtani, Howard D. Johnson, Christopher A.-L. Jackson and Mohd Rapi B. Som

Nature, origin and evolution of a Late Pleistocene incised valley-fill, Sunda Shelf, Southeast Asia. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-4; pp. 1198–1232, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

62-5

 

sold Kremer, K. et al. - Reconstructing 4000 years of mass movement and tsunami history in a deep peri-Alpine lake (Lake Geneva, France-Switzerland). - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 1305-1327, 11 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Toker, E. et al. - Depositional system and palaeoclimatic interpretation of Middle to Late Pleistocene travertines: Kocabasm Denizli, southwest Turley. /&/ H. Claes et al.: Sedimentology, three-dimensional geobody reconstruction and carbon dioxide origin of Pleistocene travertine deposits in the Ballik area (south-west Turkey). - 2015. Sedimentology 62; pp. 1360-1383 & 1408-1445, 10+21 col. fig./phot. Orig. wrps., stapled extracts, very good, 4to. € 10

 

 

62-6

 

Charlotte Ribes, Charlie Kergaravat, Cédric Bonnel, Philippe Crumeyrolle, Jean-Paul Callot, André Poisson, Haluk Temiz and Jean-Claude Ringenbach

Fluvial sedimentation in a salt-controlled mini-basin: stratal patterns and facies assemblages, Sivas Basin, Turkey. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1513–1545, 14 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Simon Matthias May, Dominik Brill, Max Engel, Anja Scheffers, Anna Pint, Stephan Opitz, Volker Wennrich, Peter Squire, Dieter Kelletat and Helmut Brückner

Traces of historical tropical cyclones and tsunamis in the Ashburton Delta (north-west Australia). - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1546–1572, 12 fig./phot., some col. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Alexis Nutz, Jean-François Ghienne, Mathieu Schuster, Pierre Dietrich, Claude Roquin, Murray B. Hay, Frédéric Bouchette and Pierre A. Cousineau

Forced regressive deposits of a deglaciation sequence: Example from the Late Quaternary succession in the Lake Saint-Jean basin (Québec, Canada). - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1573–1610, 16 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Emily J. Beverly, Steven G. Driese, Daniel J. Peppe, Cara R. Johnson, Lauren A. Michel, J. Tyler Faith, Christian A. Tryon and Warren D. Sharp

Recurrent spring-fed rivers in a Middle to Late Pleistocene semi-arid grassland: Implications for environments of early humans in the Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1611–1635, 6 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Dominique Turmel, Jacques Locat and Gary Parker

Morphological evolution of a well-constrained, subaerial–subaqueous source to sink system: Wabush Lake. [Western Labrador] - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1636–1664, 18 fig./phot., most col. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Julian A. Dowdeswell, Kelly A. Hogan, Neil S. Arnold, Ruth I. Mugford, Martin Wells, J. Philip P. Hirst and Carole Decalf

Sediment-rich meltwater plumes and ice-proximal fans at the margins of modern and ancient tidewater glaciers: Observations and modelling. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1665–1692, 15 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Steven D. Andrews and Adrian J. Hartley

The response of lake margin sedimentary systems to climatically driven lake level fluctuations: Middle Devonian, Orcadian Basin, Scotland. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1693–1716, 10 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Larisa U. Masalimova, Donald R. Lowe, Timothy Mchargue and Richard Derksen

Interplay between an axial channel belt, slope gullies and overbank deposition in the Puchkirchen Formation in the Molasse Basin, Austria. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1717–1748, 25 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Jay M. Gregg, David L. Bish, Stephen E. Kaczmarek and Hans G. Machel

Mineralogy, nucleation and growth of dolomite in the laboratory and sedimentary environment: A review. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-6; pp. 1749–1769, 5 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

62-7

 

Cecilia Benavente, Adriana Mancuso, Nora Cabaleri and Elizabeth Gierlowski-Kordesch

Comparison of lacustrine successions and their palaeohydrological implications in two sub-basins of the Triassic Cuyana rift, Argentina. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 1771–1813, 14 fig./photoplts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Christopher M. Herbert, Jan Alexander and María J. Martínez de Álvaro

Back-flow ripples in troughs downstream of unit bars: Formation, preservation and value for interpreting flow conditions. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 1814–1836, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Susumu Tanabe, Toshimichi Nakanishi, Yoshiro Ishihara and Rei Nakashima

Millennial-scale stratigraphy of a tide-dominated incised valley during the last 14 kyr: Spatial and quantitative reconstruction in the Tokyo Lowland, central Japan. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 1837–1872, 11 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Jürgen Titschack, Daniel Baum, Ricardo De Pol-Holz, Matthias López Correa, Nina Forster, Sascha Flögel, Dierk Hebbeln and André Freiwald

Aggradation and carbonate accumulation of Holocene Norwegian cold-water coral reefs. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 1873–1898, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Jesse T. Korus and Christopher R. Fielding

Enhanced bioturbation on the down-drift flank of a Turonian asymmetrical delta: Implications for seaway circulation, river nutrients and facies models. [Utah] - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 1899–1922, 10 fig./photoplts., incl. large fold-out h.t. with geol. sections. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Katarina Gobo, Massimiliano Ghinassi and Wojciech Nemec

Gilbert-type deltas recording short-term base-level changes: Delta-brink morphodynamics and related foreset facies. [Pleistocene, Gulf of Corinth] - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 1923–1949, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Alessandro Ielpi and Robert H. Rainbird

Architecture and morphodynamics of a 1·6 Ga fluvial sandstone: Ellice Formation of Elu Basin, Arctic Canada. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 1950–1977, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Justin B. R. Drummond, Peir K. Pufahl, Claudio G. Porto and Mariana Carvalho

Neoproterozoic peritidal phosphorite from the Sete Lagoas Formation (Brazil) and the Precambrian phosphorus cycle. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 1978–2008, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Michael Zeller, Klaas Verwer, Gregor P. Eberli, Jose Luis Massaferro, Ernesto Schwarz and Luis Spalletti

Depositional controls on mixed carbonate–siliciclastic cycles and sequences on gently inclined shelf profiles. [Neuquen basin, Argentina] - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 2009–2037, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Noel P. James and Yvonne Bone

Pleistocene aeolianites at Cape Spencer, South Australia; record of a vanished inner neritic cool-water carbonate factory. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 2038–2059, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Zhiyang Li, Janok Bhattacharya and Juergen Schieber

Evaluating along-strike variation using thin-bedded facies analysis, Upper Cretaceous Ferron Notom Delta, Utah. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 2060–2089, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Mara R. Diaz, Peter K. Swart, Gregor P. Eberli, Amanda M. Oehlert, Quinn Devlin, Amel Saeid and Mark A. Altabet

Geochemical evidence of microbial activity within ooids. - 2015. Sedimentology 62-7; pp. 2090–2112, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

 

63 - 2016

 

63-1

 

Chesnel, V. et al. - Facies, geometry and growth phases of the Valdorria carbonate platform (Pennsylvanian, northern Spain). - 2016. Sedimentology 63-1; pp. 60–104, 18 col. figs, including full-page photoplts. Orig. wrps., stapled extract, 4to. € 7

 

Soltan, Roman and Nigel P. Mountney - Interpreting complex fluvial channel and barform architecture: Carboniferous Central Pennine Province, northern England. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-1; pp. 207–252, 15 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

 

 

 

63-2

 

Spence, G.H. et al. (eds.) - The geological record of climatic, atmospheric and environmental change in the Neoproterozoic Era. - 2016. Spec. issue: Sedimentology 63-2; pp. 253-522, numerous fig./phot., in colour. Collection of 8 papers. Complete journal issue, orig. illustr. wrps., very good, 4to. € 30

 

 

63-3

 

Bojanowski, M.J. et al. - Root-related rhodochrosite and concretionary siderite formation in oxygen-deficient conditions induced by a ground-water table rise. - 2016. Sedimentology 63; 523-551, 15 fig./pht., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

  

Buckley, R.A. et al. - Ramp sedimentation across a middle Albian, Arctic embayment: Influence of subsidence, eustacy and sediment supply on stratal architecture and facies distribution, Lower Cretaceous, Western Canada Foreland Basin. - 2016. Sedimentology 63; 699-742, 24 fig./pht., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

  

Hendershot, M.L. et al. - response of low-angle dunes to variable flow. - 2016. Sedimentology 63; 743-760, 11 fig., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

  

Ayranci, K. & E. Dashtgard - Asymmetrical delta below wave base: Insights from the Fraser River Delta, Canada. - 2016. Sedimentology 63; 761-779, 124 fig., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

 

63- 4

 

Greg H. Mack, Stephen Hook, Katherine A. Giles and William A. Cobban - Sequence stratigraphy of the Mancos Shale, lower Tres Hermanos Formation, and coeval middle Cenomanian to middle Turonian strata, southern New Mexico, USA. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 781–808, 14 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Valentina Marzia Rossi and Ronald J. Steel - The role of tidal, wave and river currents in the evolution of mixed-energy deltas: Example from the Lajas Formation (Argentina). [Jurassic] - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 824–864, 25 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 7

 

Peng Lu and Dave Cantrell - Reactive transport modelling of reflux dolomitization in the Arab-D reservoir, Ghawar field, Saudi Arabia. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 865–892, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Tore G. Klausen, Alf Ryseth, William Helland-Hansen and Helge K. Gjelberg - Progradational and backstepping shoreface deposits in the Ladinian to Early Norian Snadd Formation of the Barents Sea. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 893–916, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Arpita Samanta, Melinda K. Bera and Anindya Sarkar - Climate-modulated sequence development in a tropical rift basin during the Late Palaeocene to Early Eocene super greenhouse Earth. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 917–939, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Claire E. Reymond, Konny-Sebastian Zihrul, Jochen Halfar, Bernhard Riegl, Alexander Humphreys and Hildegard Westphal - Heterozoan carbonates from the equatorial rocky reefs of the Galápagos Archipelago. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 940–958, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Ethan G. Hyland and Nathan D. Sheldon - Examining the spatial consistency of palaeosol proxies: Implications for palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental reconstructions in terrestrial sedimentary basins. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 959–971, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Anthony Bouton, Emmanuelle Vennin, Aurélie Pace, Raphaël Bourillot, Christophe Dupraz, Christophe Thomazo, Arnaud Brayard, Guy Désaubliaux and Pieter T. Visscher - External controls on the distribution, fabrics and mineralization of modern microbial mats in a coastal hypersaline lagoon, Cayo Coco (Cuba). - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 972–1016, many fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Jeremy G. Venditti, C.-Y. Martin Lin and Moslem Kazemi - Variability in bedform morphology and kinematics with transport stage. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-4; pp. 1017–1040, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

63-5

 

D. Gwyn Lintern, Philip R. Hill and Cooper Stacey - Powerful unconfined turbidity current captured by cabled observatory on the Fraser River delta slope, British Columbia, Canada. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1041–1064, 17 fig./phot., partly col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Young Ji Joo, Megan E. Elwood Madden and Gerilyn S. Soreghan - Chemical and physical weathering in a hot-arid, tectonically active alluvial system of Anza Borrego Desert, California. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1065–1083, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

John W. Counts and Kathryn J. Amos - Sedimentology, depositional environments and significance of an Ediacaran salt-withdrawal minibasin, Billy Springs Formation, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1084–1123, 19 fig./phot., many col. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 7

 

Anna Breda, Alessandro Amorosi, Veronica Rossi and Fabio Fusco - Late-glacial to Holocene depositional architecture of the Ombrone palaeovalley system (Southern Tuscany, Italy): Sea-level, climate and local control in valley-fill variability. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1124–1148, 7 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 5

 

Manuel Francisco Pereira, Luís Albardeiro, Cristina Gama, Martim Chichorro, Mandy Hofmann and Ulf Linnemann - Provenance of Holocene beach sand in the Western Iberian margin: the use of the Kolmogorov–Smirnov test for the deciphering of sediment recycling in a modern coastal system. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1149–1167, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Markus Loher, Anna Reusch and Michael Strasser - Long-term pockmark maintenance by fluid seepage and subsurface sediment mobilization – sedimentological investigations in Lake Neuchâtel. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1168–1186, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Gregory H. Sambrook Smith, James L. Best, Jessica Z. Leroy and Oscar Orfeo - The alluvial architecture of a suspended sediment dominated meandering river: the Río Bermejo, Argentina. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1187–1208, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Francisco Núñez-González, Juan Pedro Martín-Vide and Maarten G. Kleinhans - Porosity and size gradation of saturated gravel with percolated fines. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1209–1232, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Tatyana Gabellone and Fiona Whitaker - Secular variations in seawater chemistry controlling dolomitization in shallow reflux systems: insights from reactive transport modelling. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1233–1259, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Lawrence A. Amy, Peter J. Talling, Esther J. Sumner and Giuseppe Malgesini - Current-aligned dewatering sheets and ‘enhanced’ primary current lineation in turbidite sandstones of the Marnoso-arenacea Formation. [Northern Apennines] - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1260–1279, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Fabien J. Laugier and Piret Plink-Björklund - Defining the shelf edge and the three-dimensional shelf edge to slope facies variability in shelf-edge deltas. [Karoo basin, Permian] - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1280–1320, many fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Bradley M. Romine, Charles H. Fletcher, L. Neil Frazer and Tiffany R. Anderson - Beach erosion under rising sea-level modulated by coastal geomorphology and sediment availability on carbonate reef-fringed island coasts. [Oahu, Hawaii] - 2016. Sedimentology 63-5; pp. 1321–1332, 6 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

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Marijn van Cappelle, Stephen Stukins, Gary J. Hampson and Howard D. Johnson

Fluvial to tidal transition in proximal, mixed tide-influenced and wave-influenced deltaic deposits: Cretaceous lower Sego Sandstone, Utah, USA. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1333–1361, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6,50

 

Christopher J. Hein, Duncan M. FitzGerald, Luis H. P. de Souza, Ioannis Y. Georgiou, Ilya V. Buynevich, Antonio H. da F. Klein, João Thadeu de Menezes, William J. Cleary and Thelma L. Scolaro

Complex coastal change in response to autogenic basin infilling: An example from a sub-tropical Holocene strandplain. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1362–1395, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 6,50

 

Gregory E. Webb, Luke D. Nothdurft, Jian-Xin Zhao, Bradley Opdyke and Gilbert Price

Significance of shallow core transects for reef models and sea-level curves, Heron Reef, Great Barrier Reef. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1396–1424, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 5

 

Alex J. MacNeil and Brian Jones

Stromatoporoid growth forms and Devonian reef fabrics in the Upper Devonian Alexandra Reef System, Canada – Insight on the challenges of applying Devonian reef facies models. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1425–1457, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6,50

 

Chenliang Wu, Mohammad S. Ullah, Jin Lu and Janok P. Bhattacharya

Formation of point bars through rising and falling flood stages: Evidence from bar morphology, sediment transport and bed shear stress. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1458–1473, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 5

 

Christian Haug Eide, John A. Howell, Simon J. Buckley, Allard W. Martinius, Bjørn Terje Oftedal and Gijs A. Henstra

Facies model for a coarse-grained, tide-influenced delta: Gule Horn Formation (Early Jurassic), Jameson Land, Greenland. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1474–1506, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 6,50

 

Michael Nole, Hugh Daigle, Kitty L. Milliken and Maša Prodanović

A method for estimating microporosity of fine-grained sediments and sedimentary rocks via scanning electron microscope image analysis. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1507–1521, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Eberhard Gischler, J. Harold Hudson, Marc Humblet, Juan C. Braga, Anton Eisenhauer, Anja Isaack, Flavio S. Anselmetti and Gilbert F. Camoin

Late Quaternary barrier and fringing reef development of Bora Bora (Society Islands, south Pacific): First subsurface data from the Darwin-type barrier-reef system. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1522–1549, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 6

 

Alessandro Ielpi and Robert H. Rainbird

Reappraisal of Precambrian sheet-braided rivers: Evidence for 1·9 Ga deep-channelled drainage. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1550–1581, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 6,50

 

Jan Alexander and Mark J. Cooker

Moving boulders in flash floods and estimating flow conditions using boulders in ancient deposits. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1582–1595, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 5

 

A Tjalling de Haas, Wilco van den Berg, Lisanne Braat and Maarten G. Kleinhans

Autogenic avulsion, channelization and backfilling dynamics of debris-flow fans. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1596–1619, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 5

 

Francisco Nicolás Cantero-Chinchilla, Oscar Castro-Orgaz and Subhasish Dey

Distribution of suspended sediment concentration in wide sediment-laden streams: A novel power-law theory. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1620–1633, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 5

 

Sarah M. Hamylton, Rafael C. Carvalho, Stephanie Duce, Chris M. Roelfsema and Ana Vila-Concejo

Linking pattern to process in reef sediment dynamics at Lady Musgrave Island, southern Great Barrier Reef. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1634–1650, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 5

 

Julio Leva López, Valentina Marzia Rossi, Cornel Olariu and Ronald J. Steel

Architecture and recognition criteria of ancient shelf ridges; an example from Campanian Almond Formation in Hanna Basin, USA. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1651–1676, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6

 

Carys E. Bennett, Timothy I. Kearsey, Sarah J. Davies, David Millward, Jennifer A. Clack, Timothy R. Smithson and John E. A. Marshall

Early Mississippian sandy siltstones preserve rare vertebrate fossils in seasonal flooding episodes. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1677–1700, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

David B. Kemp, Saskia M. Van Manen, David A. Pollitt and Peter M. Burgess

Investigating the preservation of orbital forcing in peritidal carbonates. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1701–1718, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Michael C. Wizevich, Edward L. Simpson, Hannah L. Hilbert-Wolf and Sarah E. Tindall

Development of large-scale seismites in Upper Cretaceous fluvial sandstones in a fault-proximal setting. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1719–1738, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Peter K. Swart, Dave L. Cantrell, Monica M. Arienzo and Sean T. Murray

Evidence for high temperature and 18O-enriched fluids in the Arab-D of the Ghawar Field, Saudi Arabia. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1739–1752, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Travis Swanson, David Mohrig and Gary Kocurek

Aeolian dune sediment flux variability over an annual cycle of wind. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1753–1764, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Debarati Nag, Binita Phartiyal and Dhruv Sen Singh

Sedimentary characteristics of palaeolake deposits along the Indus River valley, Ladakh, Trans-Himalaya: Implications for the depositional environment. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1765–1785, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Xavier M. Pellicer, Juan Pablo Corella, Francisco Gutiérrez, Carles Roqué, Rogelio Linares, Domingo Carbonel, Mario Zarroca, Jesús Guerrero and Xavier Comas

Sedimentological and palaeohydrological characterization of Late Pleistocene and Holocene tufa mound palaeolakes using trenching methods in the Spanish Pyrenees. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1786–1819, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 6

 

Quentin Theiler and Mário J. Franca

Contained density currents with high volume of release. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-6; pp. 1820–1842, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., 4to. € 6

 

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sold Lokier, Stephen W. and Mariam Al Junaibi - The petrographic description of carbonate facies: are we all speaking the same language? - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 1843–1885, 12 fig./phot./plt., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Salvatore Milli, Marco Mancini, Massimiliano Moscatelli, Francesco Stigliano, Mattia Marini and Gian Paolo Cavinato - From river to shelf, anatomy of a high-frequency depositional sequence: The Late Pleistocene to Holocene Tiber depositional sequence. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 1886–1928, 21 col. figs., incl. plt. h.t. folding-out. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 8

 

Sébastien Blanchard, Christopher R. Fielding, Tracy D. Frank and James E. Barrick

Sequence stratigraphic framework for mixed aeolian, peritidal and marine environments: Insights from the Pennsylvanian subtropical record of Western Pangaea. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 1929–1970, 21 col. figs. incl. large fold-out and photoplts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 8

 

Marcello Gugliotta, Stephen S. Flint, David M. Hodgson and Gonzalo D. Veiga - Recognition criteria, characteristics and implications of the fluvial to marine transition zone in ancient deltaic deposits (Lajas Formation, Argentina). - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 1971–2001, 14 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Baas, Jaco H., Rafael Manica, Eduardo Puhl and Ana Luiza de Oliveira Borges - Thresholds of intrabed flow and other interactions of turbidity currents with soft muddy substrates. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2002–2036, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

sold Barale, Luca et al. - Very hot, very shallow hydrothermal dolomitization: An example from the Maritime Alps (north-west Italy–south-east France). - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2037–2065, 22 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

sold Yoshihiro Kase, Maromi Sato, Naohisa Nishida, Makoto Ito, Muhammad Ma'ruf Mukti, Ken Ikehara and Shigeru Takizawa

The use of microstructures for discriminating turbiditic and hemipelagic muds and mudstones. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2066–2086, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Steven D. Andrews, Julien Moreau and Stuart Archer

Devonian lacustrine shore zone architecture: Giving perspective to cliff exposures with ground penetrating radar. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2087–2105, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Alexandre Normandeau, Patrick Lajeunesse, Antoine G. Poiré and Pierre Francus

Morphological expression of bedforms formed by supercritical sediment density flows on four fjord-lake deltas of the south-eastern Canadian Shield (Eastern Canada). - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2106–2129, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Lei Jiang, Chunfang Cai, Richard H. Worden, Stephen F. Crowley, Lianqi Jia, Ke Zhang and Ian J. Duncan

Multiphase dolomitization of deeply buried Cambrian petroleum reservoirs, Tarim Basin, north-west China. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2130–2157, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Tetsuji Muto, Ryuji Furubayashi, Arti Tomer, Tomoyuki Sato, Wonsuck Kim, Hajime Naruse and Gary Parker

Planform evolution of deltas with graded alluvial topsets: insights from three-dimensional tank experiments, geometric considerations and field applications. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2158–2189, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Eugene C. Rankey

On facies belts and facies mosaics: Holocene isolated platforms, South China Sea. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2190–2216, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Cara Harwood Theisen and Dawn Y. Sumner

Thrombolite fabrics and origins: Influences of diverse microbial and metazoan processes on Cambrian thrombolite variability in the Great Basin, California and Nevada. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2217–2252, 13 fig., incl. col. photoplts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Patricia Roeser, Sven O. Franz and Thomas Litt

Aragonite and calcite preservation in sediments from Lake Iznik related to bottom lake oxygenation and water column depth. - 2016. Sedimentology 63-7; pp. 2253–2277, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

 

64 - 2017

 

64-1

 

Robinson, S.A. et al. (eds.) - Mesozoic climates and oceans. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-1; pp. 1-310, numerous fig/phot., most coloured. Collection of 15 papers. Complete journal issue, as new, 4to. € 30

 

Contents:

 

Mesozoic climates and oceans – a tribute to Hugh Jenkyns and Helmut Weissert (pages 1–15)

Stuart A. Robinson, Ulrich Heimhofer, Stephen P. Hesselbo and Maria Rose Petrizzo

 

Basalt-seawater interaction, the Plenus Cold Event, enhanced weathering and geochemical change: deconstructing Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 (Cenomanian–Turonian, Late Cretaceous) (pages 16–43)

Hugh C. Jenkyns, Alexander J. Dickson, Micha Ruhl and Sander H. J. M. van den Boorn

 

The Albian–Cenomanian transition and Oceanic Anoxic Event 1d – an example from the Boreal Realm (pages 44–65)

André Bornemann, Jochen Erbacher, Matthias Heldt, Tina Kollaske, Markus Wilmsen, Nathalie Lübke, Stefan Huck, Nele M. Vollmar and Thomas Wonik

 

New multiproxy record of the Jenkyns Event (also known as the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event) from the Mecsek Mountains (Hungary): differences, duration and drivers: (pages 66–86)

Tamás Müller, Gregory D. Price, Dávid Bajnai, Anita Nyerges, Dóra Kesjár, Béla Raucsik, Andrea Varga, Katalin Judik, József Fekete, Zoltán May and József Pálfy

 

Late Jurassic to Cretaceous evolution of the eastern Tethyan Hawasina Basin (Oman Mountains) (pages 87–110)

Stephan Wohlwend, Ricardo Celestino, Daniela Reháková, Stefan Huck and Helmut Weissert

 

Sedimentary patterns and palaeoceanography of the Albian Marne a Fucoidi Formation (Central Italy) revealed by high-resolution geochemical and nannofossil data (pages 111–126)

Martino Giorgioni, Daniele Tiraboschi, Elisabetta Erba, Yvonne Hamann and Helmut Weissert

 

Orbital pacing of the Early Jurassic carbon cycle, black-shale formation and seabed methane seepage (pages 127–149)

Weimu Xu, Micha Ruhl, Stephen P. Hesselbo, James B. Riding and Hugh C. Jenkyns

 

Isotope and elemental geochemistry of black shale-hosted fossiliferous concretions from the Cretaceous Santana Formation fossil Lagerstätte (Brazil) (pages 150–167)

Ulrich Heimhofer, Patrick Meister, Stefano M. Bernasconi, Daniel Ariztegui, David M. Martill, Aristoteles M. Rios-Netto and Lorenz Schwark

 

Patterns of local and global redox variability during the Cenomanian–Turonian Boundary Event (Oceanic Anoxic Event 2) recorded in carbonates and shales from central Italy (pages 168–185)

Jeremy D. Owens, Timothy W. Lyons, Dalton S. Hardisty, Chris M. Lowery, Zunli Lu, Bridget Lee and Hugh C. Jenkyns

 

A Southern Hemisphere record of global trace-metal drawdown and orbital modulation of organic-matter burial across the Cenomanian–Turonian boundary (Ocean Drilling Program Site 1138, Kerguelen Plateau) (pages 186–203)

Alexander J. Dickson, Matthew Saker-Clark, Hugh C. Jenkyns, Cinzia Bottini, Elisabetta Erba, Fabio Russo, Olga Gorbanenko, Bernhard D. A. Naafs, Richard D. Pancost, Stuart A. Robinson, Sander H.J.M van den Boorn and Erdem Idiz

 

Quantifying the volcanic emissions which triggered Oceanic Anoxic Event 1a and their effect on ocean acidification (pages 204–214)

Kohen W. Bauer, Richard E. Zeebe and Ulrich G. Wortmann

 

Early Jurassic North Atlantic sea-surface temperatures from TEX86 palaeothermometry (pages 215–230)

Stuart A. Robinson, Micha Ruhl, David Lee Astley, B. David A. Naafs, Alexander J. Farnsworth, Paul R. Bown, Hugh C. Jenkyns, Daniel J. Lunt, Charlotte O'Brien, Richard D. Pancost and Paul J. Markwick

 

Micro X-ray fluorescence (μXRF) line scanning on Cretaceous rudist bivalves: A new method for reproducible trace element profiles in bivalve calcite (pages 231–251)

Niels J. de Winter and Philippe Claeys

 

The Coniacian–Santonian sedimentary record in southern Tanzania (Ruvuma Basin, East Africa): Planktonic foraminiferal evolutionary, geochemical and palaeoceanographic patterns (pages 252–285)

Maria Rose Petrizzo, Álvaro Jiménez Berrocoso, Francesca Falzoni, Brian T. Huber and Kenneth G. Macleod

 

The Monterey event within the Central Mediterranean area: the shallow-water record: (pages 286–310)

Marco Brandano, Irene Cornacchia, Isabella Raffi, Laura Tomassetti and Samuele Agostini

 

 

 

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Juergen Schieber, David Bish, Max Coleman, Mark Reed, Elisabeth M. Hausrath, John Cosgrove, Sanjeev Gupta, Michelle E. Minitti, Kenneth S. Edgett and Mike Malin

Encounters with an unearthly mudstone: Understanding the first mudstone found on Mars. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 311–358, 33 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7,50

 

Claus Fallgatter, Ben Kneller, Paulo S. G. Paim and Juan P. Milana

Transformation, partitioning and flow–deposit interactions during the run-out of megaflows. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 359–387)

 

Mitch D'Arcy, Alexander C. Whittaker and Duna C. Roda-Boluda

Measuring alluvial fan sensitivity to past climate changes using a self-similarity approach to grain-size fining, Death Valley, California. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 388–424)

 

Elisa Ambrosetti, Ivan Martini and Fabio Sandrelli

Shoal-water deltas in high-accommodation settings: Insights from the lacustrine Valimi Formation (Gulf of Corinth, Greece). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 425–452, 11 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Simon Falvard and Raphaël Paris

X-ray tomography of tsunami deposits: Towards a new depositional model of tsunami deposits. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 453–477)

 

Toms Buls, Kresten Anderskouv, Patrick L. Friend, Charlotte E. L. Thompson and Lars Stemmerik

Physical behaviour of Cretaceous calcareous nannofossil ooze: Insight from flume studies of disaggregated chalk. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 478–507)

 

Xiaolei Liu, Yonggang Jia, Jiewen Zheng, Mingzheng Wen and Hongxian Shan

An experimental investigation of wave-induced sediment responses in a natural silty seabed: New insights into seabed stratification. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 508–529)

 

Xiaoxi Wang, Stefan M. Luthi, David M. Hodgson, Dimitrios Sokoutis, Ernst Willingshofer and Remco M. Groenenberg

Turbidite stacking patterns in salt-controlled minibasins: Insights from integrated analogue models and numerical fluid flow simulations. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 530–552)

 

Jesse T. Korus, R. Matt Joeckel, Dana P. Divine and Jared D. Abraham

Three-dimensional architecture and hydrostratigraphy of cross-cutting buried valleys using airborne electromagnetics, glaciated Central Lowlands, Nebraska, USA. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 553–581)

 

Yvonne T. Spychala, David M. Hodgson, Christopher J. Stevenson and Stephen S. Flint

Aggradational lobe fringes: The influence of subtle intrabasinal seabed topography on sediment gravity flow processes and lobe stacking patterns. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-2; pp. 582–608)

 

 

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Paul R. Gammon, Lisa A. Neville, R. Timothy Patterson, Martine M. Savard and Graeme T. Swindles

A log-normal spectral analysis of inorganic grain-size distributions from a Canadian boreal lake core: Towards refining depositional process proxy data from high latitude lakes. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 609–630, 7 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Marco Wunsch, Christian Betzler, Sebastian Lindhorst, Thomas Lüdmann and Gregor P. Eberli

Sedimentary dynamics along carbonate slopes (Bahamas archipelago). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 631–657, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Marius W. Buechi, Stephan M. Frank, Hans Rudolf Graf, John Menzies and Flavio S. Anselmetti

Subglacial emplacement of tills and meltwater deposits at the base of overdeepened bedrock troughs. [N. Switzerland, Lower Glatt Valley]- 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 658–685, 16 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Sarah C. Brothers, Gary Kocurek, Thomas C. Brothers and Ilya V. Buynevich

Stratigraphic architecture resulting from dune interactions: White Sands Dune Field, New Mexico. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 686–713, 18 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Sharane S.T. Simon and Martin R. Gibling

Fine-grained meandering systems of the Lower Permian Clear Fork Formation of north-central Texas, USA: Lateral and oblique accretion on an arid plain. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 714–746, 11 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Sarah J. Southern, Ian A. Kane, Michał J. Warchoł, Kristin W. Porten and William D. McCaffrey

Hybrid event beds dominated by transitional-flow facies: character, distribution and significance in the Maastrichtian Springar Formation, north-west Vøring Basin, Norwegian Sea. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 747–776, 17 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Romain Vaucher, Bernard Pittet, Hélène Hormière, Emmanuel L. O. Martin and Bertrand Lefebvre

A wave-dominated, tide-modulated model for the Lower Ordovician of the Anti-Atlas, Morocco. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 777–807, 14 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Saša Zavadlav, Boštjan Rožič, Matej Dolenec and Sonja Lojen

Stable isotopic and elemental characteristics of recent tufa from a karstic Krka River (south-east Slovenia): useful environmental proxies? - 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 808–831, 11 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 6

 

Qiliang Sun, Joe Cartwright, Thomas Lüdmann, Shiguo Wu and Genshun Yao

Three-dimensional seismic characterization of a complex sediment drift in the South China Sea: Evidence for unsteady flow regime. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-3; pp. 832–853, 14 fig. most col.  Orig. extract, stapled, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

64-4

 

 

Fabio Tosti and Robert Riding - Fine-grained agglutinated elongate columnar stromatolites: Tieling Formation, ca 1420 Ma, North China. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 871–902)

 

Benjamin Lopez, Gilbert Camoin, Mehmet Özkul, Rudy Swennen and Aurélien Virgone - Sedimentology of coexisting travertine and tufa deposits in a mounded geothermal spring carbonate system, Obruktepe, Turkey. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 903–931)

 

Zhiyuan Ge, Wojciech Nemec, Rob L. Gawthorpe and Ernst W.M. Hansen - Response of unconfined turbidity current to normal-fault topography. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 932–959)

 

Naroa Martínez-Braceras, Aitor Payros, Francesco Miniati, Javier Arostegi and Gloria Franceschetti - Contrasting environmental effects of astronomically driven climate change on three Eocene hemipelagic successions from the Basque–Cantabrian Basin. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 960–986)

 

Michael V. W. Cuttler, Ryan J. Lowe, James L. Falter and Daniel Buscombe - Estimating the settling velocity of bioclastic sediment using common grain-size analysis techniques. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 987–1004)

 

Noel P. James and Yvonne Bone - Quaternary aeolianites in south-east Australia – a conceptual linkage between marine source and terrestrial deposition. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 1005–1043)

 

Pierre Dietrich, Jean-François Ghienne, Mathieu Schuster, Patrick Lajeunesse, Alexis Nutz, Rémy Deschamps, Claude Roquin and Philippe Duringer - From outwash to coastal systems in the Portneuf–Forestville deltaic complex (Québec North Shore): Anatomy of a forced regressive deglacial sequence. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 1044–1078)

 

Shaofeng Dong, Daizhao Chen, Xiqiang Zhou, Yixiong Qian, Mi Tian and Hairuo Qing - Tectonically driven dolomitization of Cambrian to Lower Ordovician carbonates of the Quruqtagh area, north-eastern flank of Tarim Basin, north-west China. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 1079–1106)

 

Fernando Sola, Ángel Puga-Bernabéu, Julio Aguirre and Juan C. Braga - Heterozoan carbonate deposition on a steep basement escarpment (Late Miocene, Almería, south-east Spain). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 1107–1131, 14 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Marianna Soler, Jordi Colomer, Teresa Serra, Xavier Casamitjana and Andrew M. Folkard - Sediment deposition from turbidity currents in simulated aquatic vegetation canopies. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 1132–1146)

 

Mª Angeles Bustillo, Ildefonso Armenteros and Pedro Huerta - Dolomitization, gypsum calcitization and silicification in carbonate–evaporite shallow lacustrine deposits. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-4; pp. 1147–1172, 13 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

64-5

 

Andreas Wetzel, Agata Szczygielski, Daniel Unverricht and Karl Stattegger -  Sedimentological and ichnological implications of rapid Holocene flooding of a gently sloping mud-dominated incised valley – an example from the Red River (Gulf of Tonkin). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1173–1202, 14 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Daniel S. Collins, Howard D. Johnson, Peter A. Allison, Pierre Guilpain and Abdul Razak Damit - Coupled ‘storm-flood’ depositional model: Application to the Miocene–Modern Baram Delta Province, north-west Borneo. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1203–1235, 19 fig./phot., many col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Ian A. Kane, Anna S. M. Pontén, Brita Vangdal, Joris T. Eggenhuisen, David M. Hodgson and Yvonne T. Spychala

The stratigraphic record and processes of turbidity current transformation across deep-marine lobes. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1236–1273, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 7

 

David Domínguez-Villar, Juan A. Vázquez-Navarro, Kristina Krklec, Sonja Lojen and Ian J. Fairchild - Laminated tufa sediments formed from overflow karst springs: Controls on their deposition and carbon–oxygen isotope records. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1274–1288, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, plain wrps., very good, 4to. € 5

 

Sam Prodger, Paul Russell and Mark Davidson - Grain-size distributions on high-energy sandy beaches and their relation to wave dissipation. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1289–1302, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Leilei Yang, Tianfu Xu, Keyu Liu, Bo Peng, Zhichao Yu and Xiaomeng Xu

Fluid–rock interactions during continuous diagenesis of sandstone reservoirs and their effects on reservoir porosity. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1303–1321, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Aurélia Hubert-Ferrari, Meriam El-Ouahabi, David Garcia-Moreno, Ulaş Avşar, Sevgi Altınok, Sabine Schmidt, Nathalie Fagel and M. Namık Çağatay

Earthquake imprints on a lacustrine deltaic system: The Kürk Delta along the East Anatolian Fault (Turkey). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1322–1353, 15 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Ann-Christine Ritter, Vasileios Mavromatis, Martin Dietzel, Ola Kwiecien, Felix Wiethoff, Erika Griesshaber, Laura A. Casella, Wolfgang W. Schmahl, Jennifer Koelen, Rolf D. Neuser, Albrecht Leis, Dieter Buhl, Andrea Niedermayr, Sebastian F. M. Breitenbach, Stefano M. Bernasconi and Adrian Immenhauser

Exploring the impact of diagenesis on (isotope) geochemical and microstructural alteration features in biogenic aragonite. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1354–1380, illustrated. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Maarten G. Kleinhans, Jasper R. F. W. Leuven, Lisanne Braat and Anne Baar

Scour holes and ripples occur below the hydraulic smooth to rough transition of movable beds. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1381–1401, illustrated. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Lauren P. Birgenheier, Brendan Horton, Andrew D. McCauley, Cari L. Johnson and Angela Kennedy

A depositional model for offshore deposits of the lower Blue Gate Member, Mancos Shale, Uinta Basin, Utah, USA. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1402–1438, illustrated. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Sam J. Purkis and Paul (Mitch) Harris

Quantitative interrogation of a fossilized carbonate sand body – The Pleistocene Miami oolite of South Florida. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-5; pp. 1439–1464, 23 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

 

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Alena Ebinghaus, David W. Jolley, Steven D. Andrews and David B. Kemp

Lake sedimentological and ecological response to hyperthermals: Boltysh impact crater, Ukraine. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1465–1487, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Bart Makaske, Eva Lavooi, Tjalling de Haas, Maarten G. Kleinhans and Derald G. Smith

Upstream control of river anastomosis by sediment overloading, upper Columbia River, British Columbia, Canada. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1488–1510, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Yang Peng, Ronald J. Steel and Cornel Olariu

Transition from storm wave-dominated outer shelf to gullied upper slope: The mid-Pliocene Orinoco shelf margin, South Trinidad. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1511–1539, 14 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Hutsky, Andrew J. and Christopher R. Fielding - Tectonic control on deltaic sediment dispersal in the middle to upper Turonian Western Cordilleran Foreland Basin, USA. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1540–1571, 15 fig./phot. incl. 3 plts. h.t. folding-out. Orig. extract, stapled, plain new wrps., very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Amanda Owen, Alena Ebinghaus, Adrian J. Hartley, Maurício G. M. Santos and Gary S. Weissmann

Multi-scale classification of fluvial architecture: An example from the Palaeocene–Eocene Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1572–1596, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, plain new wrps., very good, 4to. € 6

 

Concha Arenas and Brian Jones

Temporal and environmental significance of microbial lamination: Insights from Recent fluvial stromatolites in the River Piedra, Spain. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1597–1629, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Roy M. Frings and Stefan Vollmer

Guidelines for sampling bedload transport with minimum uncertainty. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1630–1645, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

 

Sam Purkis, John Rivers, Christian J. Strohmenger, Christopher Warren, Ruqaiya Yousif, Luis Ramirez and Bernhard Riegl

Complex interplay between depositional and petrophysical environments in Holocene tidal carbonates (Al Ruwais, Qatar). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1646–1675, 18 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, plain new wrps., very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Lucas M. Kleipool, Koos de Jong, Eveline L. de Vaal and John J. G. Reijmer

Seismic characterization of switching platform geometries and dominant carbonate producers (Miocene, Las Negras, Spain). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1676–1707, 16 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, plain new wrps., very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Babatunde John Olanipekun and Karem Azmy

In situ characterization of dolomite crystals: Evaluation of dolomitization process and its effect on zoning. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1708–1730, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, plain new wrps., very good, 4to. € 6

 

Aaron T. Fricke, Charles A. Nittrouer, Andrea S. Ogston, Daniel J. Nowacki, Nils E. Asp, Pedro W. M. Souza Filho, Marcio S. da Silva and Anna M. Jalowska

River tributaries as sediment sinks: Processes operating where the Tapajós and Xingu rivers meet the Amazon tidal river. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-6; pp. 1731–1753, 16 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

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Massimo Zecchin, Mauro Caffau, Octavian Catuneanu and Davide Lenaz

Discrimination between wave-ravinement surfaces and bedset boundaries in Pliocene shallow-marine deposits, Crotone Basin, southern Italy: An integrated sedimentological, micropalaeontological and mineralogical approach. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1755–1791, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Luigi Bruno, Kevin M. Bohacs, Bruno Campo, Tina M. Drexler, Veronica Rossi, Irene Sammartino, Daniele Scarponi, Wan Hong and Alessandro Amorosi

Early Holocene transgressive palaeogeography in the Po coastal plain (northern Italy). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1792–1816, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Melanie J. Froude, Jan Alexander, Jenni Barclay and Paul Cole

Interpreting flash flood palaeoflow parameters from antidunes and gravel lenses: An example from Montserrat, West Indies. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1817–1845, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Thomas M. Missimer and Robert G. Maliva

Late Miocene fluvial sediment transport from the southern Appalachian Mountains to southern Florida: An example of an old mountain belt sediment production surge. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1846–1870, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Andrea Rustichelli, Alessandro Iannace, Emanuele Tondi, Claudio Di Celma, Antonino Cilona, Maurizio Giorgioni, Mariano Parente, Monica Girundo and Chiara Invernizzi

Fault-controlled dolomite bodies as palaeotectonic indicators and geofluid reservoirs: New insights from Gargano Promontory outcrops. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1871–1900, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Veronica Rossi, Alessandro Amorosi, Giovanni Sarti and Sara Mariotti

Late Quaternary multiple incised valley systems: An unusually well-preserved stratigraphic record of two interglacial valley-fill successions from the Arno Plain (northern Tuscany, Italy). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1901–1928, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Sophie Hage, Aurélia Hubert-Ferrari, Laura Lamair, Ulaş Avşar, Meriam El Ouahabi, Maarten Van Daele, Frédéric Boulvain, Mohamed Ali Bahri, Alain Seret and Alain Plenevaux

Flow dynamics at the origin of thin clayey sand lacustrine turbidites: Examples from Lake Hazar, Turkey. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1929–1956, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

sold Romain Hemelsdaël, Mary Ford, Fabrice Malartre and Rob Gawthorpe

Interaction of an antecedent fluvial system with early normal fault growth: Implications for syn-rift stratigraphy, western Corinth rift (Greece). - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1957–1997, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

sold Myriam Boussaha, Nicolas Thibault, Kresten Anderskouv, Julien Moreau and Lars Stemmerik

Controls on upper Campanian–Maastrichtian chalk deposition in the eastern Danish Basin. - 2017. Sedimentology 64-7; pp. 1998–2030, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

 

 

 

65 - 2018

 

65-1


Christopher R. Fielding  - Stratigraphic architecture of the Cenozoic succession in the McMurdo Sound region, Antarctica: An archive of polar palaeoenvironmental change in a failed rift setting

Pages: 1-61 First Published: 20 September 2017

 

Jennifer L. Aschoff Cornel Olariu Ronald J. Steel - Recognition and significance of bayhead delta deposits in the rock record: A comparison of modern and ancient systems

Pages: 62-95 First Published: 29 November 2016

 

Lauren A. Edgar Sanjeev Gupta David M. Rubin Kevin W. Lewis Gary A. Kocurek Ryan B. Anderson James F. Bell III Gilles Dromart Kenneth S. Edgett John P. Grotzinger Craig Hardgrove Linda C. Kah Richard Leveille Michael C. Malin Nicolas Mangold Ralph E. Milliken Michelle Minitti Marisa Palucis Melissa Rice Scott K. Rowland Juergen Schieber Kathryn M. Stack Dawn Y. Sumner Roger C. Wiens Rebecca M. E. Williams Amy J. Williams - Shaler: in situ analysis of a fluvial sedimentary deposit on Mars

Pages: 96-122 First Published: 09 March 2017

 

Xavier Mangenot Marta Gasparrini Virgile Rouchon Magali Bonifacie - Basin‐scale thermal and fluid flow histories revealed by carbonate clumped isotopes (Δ47) – Middle Jurassic carbonates of the Paris Basin depocentre

Pages: 123-150 First Published: 15 October 2017

 

Marco Fonnesu Fabrizio Felletti Peter D. W. Haughton Marco Patacci William D. McCaffrey - Hybrid event bed character and distribution linked to turbidite system sub‐environments: The North Apennine Gottero Sandstone (north‐west Italy)

Pages: 151-190 First Published: 11 April 2017

 

Travis Swanson David Mohrig Gary Kocurek Mauricio Perillo Jeremy Venditti - Bedform spurs: a result of a trailing helical vortex wake

Pages: 191-208 First Published: 09 May 2017

 

David A. Budd Anthony J. Park - Formation of bed‐scale spatial patterns in dolomite abundance during early dolomitization: Part I. Mechanisms and feedbacks revealed by reaction–transport modelling

Pages: 209-234 First Published: 04 July 2017

 

Nicolas Christ Sven Maerz Edgar Kutschera Ola Kwiecien Maria Mutti - Palaeoenvironmental and diagenetic reconstruction of a closed‐lacustrine carbonate system – the challenging marginal setting of the Miocene Ries Crater Lake (Germany)

Pages: 235-262 First Published: 15 July 2017

 

Tiffany Playter Hilary Corlett Kurt Konhauser Leslie Robbins SÉbastien Rohais Vincent Crombez Kelsey Maccormack Dean Rokosh Donald Prenoslo Carolyn M. Furlong John Pawlowicz Murray Gingras Stefan Lalonde SteveN Lyster John‐Paul Zonneveld - Clinoform identification and correlation in fine‐grained sediments: A case study using the Triassic Montney Formation

Pages: 263-302 First Published: 18 July 2017

 

Yuefeng Shen Fritz Neuweiler - Questioning the microbial origin of automicrite in Ordovician calathid–demosponge carbonate mounds

Pages: 303-333 First Published: 29 May 2017

 

 

65-2

 

Palaeo‐environment in an ancient low‐latitude, arid lacustrine basin with loessite: The Smith Bank Formation (Early Triassic) in the Central North Sea, UK Continental Shelf

 

    Anne D. Wilkins Andrew Hurst Michael J. Wilson Stuart Archer

 

    Pages: 335-359 First Published: 24 April 2017

 

The complex diagenetic history of discontinuities in shallow‐marine carbonate rocks: New insights from high‐resolution ion microprobe investigation of δ18O and δ13C of early cements

 

    Simon Andrieu Benjamin Brigaud Jocelyn Barbarand Eric Lasseur

 

    Pages: 360-399 First Published: 08 May 2017

 

Integrated sedimentology and ichnology of Late Jurassic fluvial point‐bars – facies architecture and colonization styles (Lourinhã Formation, Lusitanian Basin, western Portugal)

 

    Stuart Gowland Andrew M. Taylor Allard W. Martinius

 

    Pages: 400-430 First Published: 08 May 2017

 

Sedimentary processes controlling ultralong cells of littoral transport: Placer formation and termination of the Orange sand highway in southern Angola

 

    Eduardo Garzanti Pedro Dinis Pieter Vermeesch Sergio Andò Annette Hahn João Huvi Mara Limonta Marta Padoan Alberto Resentini Martin Rittner Giovanni Vezzoli

 

    Pages: 431-460 First Published: 18 May 2017

 

A method to define the palaeowind strength from lacustrine parameters

 

    Junhui Wang Zaixing Jiang Benzhong Xian Ji Chen Xiabin Wang Wenmao Xu Hui Liu

 

    Pages: 461-491 First Published: 19 May 2017

 

Precambrian snapshots: Morphodynamics of Torridonian fluvial braid bars revealed by three‐dimensional photogrammetry and outcrop sedimentology

 

    Massimiliano Ghinassi Alessandro Ielpi

 

    Pages: 492-516 First Published: 24 May 2017

 

Late Oligocene to early Miocene humidity change recorded in terrestrial sequences in the Ili Basin (south‐eastern Kazakhstan, Central Asia)

 

    Alexandra Hellwig Silke Voigt Andreas Mulch Konstantin Frisch Alexander Bartenstein Jörg Pross Axel Gerdes Thomas Voigt

 

    Pages: 517-539 First Published: 24 May 2017

 

Morphodynamics and depositional signature of low‐aggradation cyclic steps: New insights from a depth‐resolved numerical model

 

    Age J. Vellinga Matthieu J. B. Cartigny Joris T. Eggenhuisen Ernst W. M. Hansen

 

    Pages: 540-560 First Published: 24 May 2017

 

Understanding heavy mineral enrichment using a three‐dimensional numerical model

 

    Gerhard Bartzke Mark W. Schmeeckle Katrin Huhn

 

    Pages: 561-581 First Published: 24 May 2017

 

Modern observations of floccule ripples: Petitcodiac River estuary, New Brunswick, Canada

 

    Alina Shchepetkina Murray K. Gingras S. George Pemberton

 

    Pages: 582-596 First Published: 26 May 2017

 

The influence of lateral topographic confinement on fluvial channel‐belt clustering, compensation and connectivity – lower Wasatch Formation and Dakota Sandstone, Utah, USA

 

    Jesse R. Pisel David R. Pyles Mark A. Kirschbaum

 

    Pages: 597-619 First Published: 15 June 2017

 

Pulse propagation in turbidity currents

 

    Viet Luan Ho Robert M. Dorrell Gareth M. Keevil Alan D. Burns William D. McCaffrey

 

    Pages: 620-637 First Published: 26 June 2017

 

 

65-3

 

Kenya Ono Piret Plink‐björklund - Froude supercritical flow bedforms in deepwater slope channels? Field examples in conglomerates, sandstones and fine‐grained deposits. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 639-669, 19 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Jean‐Yves Reynaud Alain Trentesaux Abderrazak El Albani Jérémie Aubineau Lauriss Ngombi‐Pemba Grace Guiyeligou Pascal Bouton François Gauthier‐Lafaye Francis Weber - Depositional setting of the 2·1 Ga Francevillian macrobiota (Gabon): Rapid mud settling in a shallow basin swept by high‐density sand flows. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 670-701, 19 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Andrew R. Bankert Peter A. Nelson - Alternate bar dynamics in response to increases and decreases of sediment supply. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 702-720

 

Toru Tamura William A. Nicholas Thomas S. N. Oliver Brendan P. Brooke - Coarse‐sand beach ridges at Cowley Beach, north‐eastern Australia: Their formative processes and potential as records of tropical cyclone history. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 721-744, 9 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

sold Michał Matysik Lars Stemmerik Snorre Olaussen Harald Brunstad - Diagenesis of spiculites and carbonates in a Permian temperate ramp succession – Tempelfjorden Group, Spitsbergen, Arctic Norway. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 745-774, 12 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Lars J. Noorbergen Hemmo A. Abels Frederik J. Hilgen Brittany E. Robson Edwin de Jong Mark J. Dekkers Wout Krijgsman Jan Smit Margaret E. Collinson Klaudia F. Kuiper - Conceptual models for short‐eccentricity‐scale climate control on peat formation in a lower Palaeocene fluvial system, north‐eastern Montana (USA). - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 775-808, 11 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Luz E. Gomis‐Cartesio Miquel Poyatos‐Moré David M. Hodgson Stephen S. Flint - Shelf‐margin clinothem progradation, degradation and readjustment: Tanqua depocentre, Karoo Basin (South Africa). - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 809-84, 13 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Lukas W. M. Becker Berit O. Hjelstuen Eivind W. N. Støren Hans Petter Sejrup - Automated counting of sand‐sized particles in marine records. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 842-850

 

Nikolaos A. Michael Rainer ZÜhlke Shaun Hayton - The palaeo‐valley infilling glaciogenic Sarah Formation, an example from Rahal Dhab palaeo‐valley, Saudi Arabia. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 851-876, 19 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Tobi Gardner Peter Ashmore Pauline Leduc - Morpho‐sedimentary characteristics of proximal gravel braided river deposits in a Froude‐scaled physical model. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 877-896, 15 fig./phot., some. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Jens Zimmermann Matthias Franz Astrid Schaller Markus Wolfgramm - The Toarcian–Bajocian deltaic system in the North German Basin: Subsurface mapping of ancient deltas‐morphology, evolution and controls. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 897-930, 15 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Jan de Leeuw Joris T. Eggenhuisen Matthieu J. B. Cartigny - Linking submarine channel–levee facies and architecture to flow structure of turbidity currents: insights from flume tank experiments. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 931-951

 

Colm S. Pierce Peter D. W. Haughton Patrick M. Shannon Andy J. Pulham Simon P. Barker Ole J. Martinsen - Variable character and diverse origin of hybrid event beds in a sandy submarine fan system, Pennsylvanian Ross Sandstone Formation, western Ireland. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-3; pp. 952-992, 17 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 7

 

65-4

 

Steven G. Banham Sanjeev Gupta David M. Rubin Jessica A. Watkins Dawn Y. Sumner Kenneth S. Edgett John P. Grotzinger Kevin W. Lewis Lauren A. Edgar Kathryn M. Stack‐Morgan Robert Barnes James F. Bell III Mackenzie D. Day Ryan C. Ewing Mathieu G.A. Lapotre Nathan T. Stein Frances Rivera‐Hernandez Ashwin R. Vasavada

Ancient Martian aeolian processes and palaeomorphology reconstructed from the Stimson formation on the lower slope of Aeolis Mons, Gale crater, Mars. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 993-1042, 25 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 8

 

Carl Jacquemyn Matthew D. Jackson Gary J. Hampson Cédric M. John Dave L. Cantrell Rainer Zűhlke AbdulJaleel AbuBshait Robert F. Lindsay Ronald Monsen

Geometry, spatial arrangement and origin of carbonate grain‐dominated, scour‐fill and event‐bed deposits: Late Jurassic Jubaila Formation and Arab‐D Member, Saudi Arabia. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1043-1066, 16 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Hannah L. Brooks David M. Hodgson Rufus L. Brunt Jeff Peakall Stephen S. Flint

Exhumed lateral margins and increasing flow confinement of a submarine landslide complex. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1067-1096, 14 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Marcello Caggiati Piero Gianolla Anna Breda Bogomir Celarc Nereo Preto

The start‐up of the Dolomia Principale/Hauptdolomit carbonate platform (Upper Triassic) in the eastern Southern Alps. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1097-1131, 13 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Tore Grane Klausen Jonas Aas Torland Christian Haug Eide Behzad Alaei Snorre Olaussen Domenico Chiarella

Clinoform development and topset evolution in a mud‐rich delta – the Middle Triassic Kobbe Formation, Norwegian Barents Sea. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1132-1169, 22 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Mikkel Fruergaard Peter N. Johannessen Lars H. Nielsen Lars Nielsen Ingelise Møller Thorbjørn J. Andersen Stefan Piasecki Morten Pejrup

Sedimentary architecture and depositional controls of a Holocene wave‐dominated barrier‐island system. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1170-1212, 27 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Edoardo Perri Maurice E. Tucker Mirosław Słowakiewicz Fiona Whitaker Leon Bowen Ida D. Perrotta

Carbonate and silicate biomineralization in a hypersaline microbial mat (Mesaieed sabkha, Qatar): Roles of bacteria, extracellular polymeric substances and viruses. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1213-1245, 20 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Danica Jablonská Claudio Nicola Di Celma Geoffrey Ian Alsop Emanuele Tondi

Internal architecture of mass‐transport deposits in basinal carbonates: A case study from southern Italy. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1246-1276, 13 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Cong Jin Steve Dworkin Stacy Atchley Lee Nordt

Eogenetic diagenesis of Chinle sandstones, Petrified Forest National Park (Arizona, USA): A record of Late Triassic climate change. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1277-1300, 10 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

Gary Kocurek Mackenzie Day

What is preserved in the aeolian rock record? A Jurassic Entrada Sandstone case study at the Utah–Arizona border. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1301-1321, 9 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Charlie S. Bristow Torsten H. Moller

Testing the auto‐abrasion hypothesis for dust production using diatomite dune sediments from the Bodélé Depression in Chad. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1322-1330

 

Morten Bjerager Emma Sheldon Bodil W. Lauridsen

Mound‐forming cold‐water corals and bryozoans in the Early Palaeocene of Denmark. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1331-1353, 8 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Massimiliano Ghinassi Andrea D'alpaos Andrea Gasparotto Luca Carniello Lara Brivio Alvise Finotello Marcella Roner Erica Franceschinis Nicola Realdon Nick Howes Alessandro Cantelli

Morphodynamic evolution and stratal architecture of translating tidal point bars: Inferences from the northern Venice Lagoon (Italy). - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1354-1377, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Christian Haug Eide Reidar Müller William Helland‐Hansen

Using climate to relate water discharge and area in modern and ancient catchments. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1378-1389

 

Skadi M. Lange Stefan Krause Ann‐Christine Ritter Vanessa Fichtner Adrian Immenhauser Harald Strauss Tina Treude

Anaerobic microbial activity affects earliest diagenetic pathways of bivalve shells. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-4; pp. 1390-1411

 

 

65-5

 

Steven A. Arcone

Sedimentary architecture beneath lakes subjected to storms: Control by turbidity current bypass and turbidite armouring, interpreted from ground‐penetrating radar images. [New England] - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1413-1446, 16 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Rattanaporn Fongngern Cornel Olariu Ron Steel David Mohrig Csaba Krézsek Thomas Hess

Subsurface and outcrop characteristics of fluvial‐dominated deep‐lacustrine clinoforms. [Dacian basin of Romania] - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1447-1481, 15 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Daniel Minisini James Eldrett Steven C. Bergman Rob Forkner

Chronostratigraphic framework and depositional environments in the organic‐rich, mudstone‐dominated Eagle Ford Group, Texas, USA. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1520-1557, 14 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Ernesto Schwarz Gonzalo D. Veiga Gastón Álvarez Trentini Manuel F. Isla Luis A. Spalletti

Expanding the spectrum of shallow‐marine, mixed carbonate–siliciclastic systems: Processes, facies distribution and depositional controls of a siliciclastic‐dominated example. [Neuquén Basin, Argentina] - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1558-1589, 15 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Concha Arenas MARÍA Cinta Osácar Luis Francisco Auqué Julian E. Andrews Gonzalo Pardo Alina Marca Leticia Martín‐Bello Francisco Javier Pérez‐Rivarés

Seasonal temperatures from δ18O in recent Spanish tufa stromatolites: Equilibrium redux! - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1611-1630, 8 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Beatriz Bádenas Marcos Aurell José M. Gasca

Facies model of a mixed clastic–carbonate, wave‐dominated open‐coast tidal flat (Tithonian–Berriasian, north‐east Spain). - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1631-1666, 18 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Gijs De Cort Dirk Verschuren Els Ryken Christian Wolff Robin W. Renaut Mike Creutz Thijs Van der Meeren Gerald Haug Daniel O. Olago Florias Mees

Multi‐basin depositional framework for moisture‐balance reconstruction during the last 1300 years at Lake Bogoria, central Kenya Rift Valley. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1667-1696, 10 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Richard Bernhart Owen Robin W. Renaut Tim K. Lowenstein

Spatial and temporal geochemical variability in lacustrine sedimentation in the East African Rift System: Evidence from the Kenya Rift and regional analyses. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1697-1730, 18 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

God'spower I. Onyenanu Carl E. M. M. Jacquemyn Gavin H. Graham Gary J. Hampson Peter J. R. Fitch Matthew D. Jackson

Geometry, distribution and fill of erosional scours in a heterolithic, distal lower shoreface sandstone reservoir analogue: Grassy Member, Blackhawk Formation, Book Cliffs, Utah, USA. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1731-1760, 17 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Mohit Tunwal Kieran F. Mulchrone Patrick A. Meere

Quantitative characterization of grain shape: Implications for textural maturity analysis and discrimination between depositional environments. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1761-1776, 9 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold William Rapuc Pierre Sabatier Maja Andrič Christian Crouzet Fabien Arnaud Emmanuel Chapron Andrej Šmuc Anne‐Lise Develle Bruno Wilhelm François Demory Jean‐Louis Reyss Edouard Régnier Gerhard Daut Ulrich Von Grafenstein

6600 years of earthquake record in the Julian Alps (Lake Bohinj, Slovenia). - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1777-1799, 10 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Charlotte Gladstone Harry L. O. McClelland Nigel H. Woodcock David Pritchard James E. Hunt

The formation of convolute lamination in mud‐rich turbidites. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-5; pp. 1800-1825, 19 fig./phot. (col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

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Tyler E. Hauck Hilary J. Corlett Matthias Grobe Erin L. Walton Pierre Sansjofre

Meteoric diagenesis and dedolomite fabrics in precursor primary dolomicrite in a mixed carbonate–evaporite system. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 1827-1858, 18 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Cheng Hong Li Huiru Fang Yi Zou Xueyong Li Jifeng Kang Liqiang Liu Bo Liu Chenchen

Particle size characteristics of aeolian ripple crests and troughs. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 1859-1874

 

David B. Kemp Wesley T. Fraser Kentaro Izumi

Stratigraphic completeness and resolution in an ancient mudrock succession. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 1875-1890

 

Alberto Sáez Rafael Carballeira Juan J. Pueyo David Vázquez‐Loureiro Manel Leira Armand Hernández Blas L. Valero‐Garcés Roberto Bao

Formation and evolution of back‐barrier perched lakes in rocky coasts: An example of a Holocene system in north‐west Spain. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 1891-1917, 10 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Matthew A. Malkowski Zane R. Jobe Glenn R. Sharman Stephan A. Graham

Down‐slope facies variability within deep‐water channel systems: Insights from the Upper Cretaceous Cerro Toro Formation, southern Patagonia. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 1918-1946

 

Ajay B. Limaye Jean‐Louis Grimaud Steven Y. J. Lai Brady Z. Foreman Yuhei Komatsu Chris Paola

Geometry and dynamics of braided channels and bars under experimental density currents. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 1947-1972, 16 fig., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Jesal Hirani Eivind Bastesen Adrian Boyce Hilary Corlett Rob Gawthorpe Cathy Hollis Cédric M. John Hamish Robertson Atle Rotevatn Fiona Whitaker

Controls on the formation of stratabound dolostone bodies, Hammam Faraun Fault block, Gulf of Suez. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 1973-2002

 

Ren, Min & Brian Jones - Genesis of island dolostones. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 2003-2033, 13 fig./phot., some col. € 6,50

 

Derek W. T. Jackson Mary C. Bourke J. Andrew G. Cooper

Morphometric analysis of slipface processes of an aeolian dune: Implications for grain‐flow dynamics

Carin Cornwall. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 2034-2054

 

Carmen Moreno Felipe González Reinaldo Sáez Joan Carles Melgarejo Isabel Suárez‐Ruiz

The Upper Devonian Kellwasser event recorded in a regressive sequence from inner shelf to lagoonal pond, Catalan Coastal Ranges, Spain. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 2055-2087, 14 fig./phot., coloured. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Melanie Principaud Thierry Mulder Vincent Hanquiez Emmanuelle Ducassou Gregor P. Eberli Ludivine Chabaud Jean Borgomano

Recent morphology and sedimentary processes along the western slope of Great Bahama Bank (Bahamas). - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 2088-2116

 

Yingchang Cao Yanzhong Wang Jonathan Gordon Gluyas Huimin Liu Haining Liu Mingshui Song

Depositional model for lacustrine nearshore subaqueous fans in a rift basin: The Eocene Shahejie Formation, Dongying Sag, Bohai Bay Basin, China. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 2117-2148

 

Elisabeth Steel Alexander R. Simms Ronald Steel Cornel Olariu

Hyperpycnal delivery of sand to the continental shelf: Insights from the Jurassic Lajas Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 2149-2170

 

Ginny‐Marie Bradley Jonathan Redfern David Hodgetts Annette D. George Grant D. Wach

The applicability of modern tidal analogues to pre‐vegetation paralic depositional models. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 2171-2201

 

Shihao Liu John A. Goff Roger D. Flood Beth Christensen James A. Austin Jr.

Sorted bedforms off Western Long Island, New York, USA: Asymmetrical morphology and twelve‐year migration record. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-6; pp. 2202-2222

 

 

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Rachel E. Brackenridge et al. - Textural characteristics and facies of sand‐rich contourite depositional systems. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-7; pp. 2223-2252, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Álvaro Rodríguez‐Berriguete et al.

Sedimentology and geochemistry of a human‐induced tufa deposit: Implications for palaeoclimatic research

Pages: 2253-2277 First Published: 02 February 2018

 

David Millward et al.

Early Mississippian evaporites of coastal tropical wetlands

Pages: 2278-2311 First Published: 17 February 2018

 

Shunli Li Xinghe et al.

Change from tide‐influenced deltas in a regression‐dominated set of sequences to tide‐dominated estuaries in a transgression‐dominated sequence set, East China Sea Shelf Basin

Pages: 2312-2338 First Published: 20 February 2018

 

Menno Hofstra et al.

Architecture and morphodynamics of subcritical sediment waves in an ancient channel–lobe transition zone

Pages: 2339-2367 First Published: 20 February 2018

 

Qun Liu et al.

Tabularity of individual turbidite beds controlled by flow efficiency and degree of confinement

Pages: 2368-2387 First Published: 28 February 2018

 

Cristiano P. Galeazzi et al.

The significance of superimposed dunes in the Amazon River: Implications for how large rivers are identified in the rock record

Pages: 2388-2403 First Published: 05 March 2018

 

Rebecca G. Englert et al.

Tectonically controlled initiation of contemporaneous deep‐water channel systems along a Late Cretaceous continental margin, western British Columbia, Canada

Pages: 2404-2438 First Published: 24 March 2018

 

Brooks, Gregory R. - Deglacial record of palaeoearthquakes interpreted from mass transport deposits at three lakes near Rouyn‐Noranda, north‐western Quebec, Canada. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-7; pp. 2439-2467, 11 fig., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Daniel S. Collins et al.

Controls on tidal sedimentation and preservation: Insights from numerical tidal modelling in the Late Oligocene–Miocene South China Sea, Southeast Asia

Pages: 2468-2505 First Published: 23 March 2018

 

Lauren E. Shumaker et al.

The source is in the sink: Deep‐water deposition by a submarine volcanic arc, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand

Pages: 2506-2530 First Published: 22 March 2018

 

Gilbert, Graham L. et al. - Late Quaternary sedimentation and permafrost development in a Svalbard fjord‐valley, Norwegian high Arctic. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-7; pp. 2531-2558, 9 fig./phot., col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Went, David J. & William J. McMahon - Fluvial products and processes before the evolution of land plants: Evidence from the lower Cambrian Series Rouge, English Channel region. - 2018. Sedimentology 65-7; pp. 2559-2594, 22 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Yoav Ben Dor Yehudit Harlavan Dov Avigad

Provenance of the great Cambrian sandstone succession of northern Gondwana unravelled by strontium, neodymium and lead isotopes of feldspars and clays

Pages: 2595-2620 First Published: 30 March 2018

 

Megan L. Hendershot et al.

Crestline bifurcation and dynamics in fluvially‐dominated, tidally‐influenced flow

Pages: 2621-2636 First Published: 30 March 2018