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Depositional events and their records--an introduction
Einsele, G.; Chough, S.K.; Shiki, T.
Event deposits: the role of sediment supply and relative sea-level changes--overview
Slope-stability change from late Pleistocene to Holocene in the Ulleung Basin, East Sea (Japan Sea)
Arakawa, M.; Higa, M.; H., J.L.; S., K.C.; S., H.Y.
Contemporary channel-levee systems in active borderland basin plains, California Continental Borderland
Moore, M.H.; Ferrante, R.F.; Nuth, J.A.; Schwalbach, J.R.; Edwards, B.D.; Gorsline, D.S.
Depositional events in Santa Monica Basin, California Borderland, over the past five centuries
Slope turbidite packets in a fore-arc basin fill sequence of the Plio-Pleistocene Kakegawa Group, Japan: their formation and sea-level changes
Sakai, T.; Masuda, F.
Shallow-marine turbiditic sandstones juxtaposed with deep-marine ones at the eastern margin of the Niigata Neogene backarc basin, central Japan
Turbidites as records of intense palaeoearthquakes in Lake Biwa, Japan
Inouchi, Y.; Kinugasa, Y.; Kumon, F.; Nakano, S.; Yasumatsu, S.; Shiki, T.
Evidence for an earthquake-triggered basin collapse in Saguenay Fjord, Canada
Syvitski, J.P.M.; Schafer, C.T.
Deep-sea tsunami deposits in the eastern Mediterranean: new evidence and depositional models
Cita, M.B.; Camerlenghi, A.; Rimoldi, B.
Tsunami-induced conglomerates in Miocene upper bathyal deposits, Chita Peninsula, central Japan
Shiki, T.; Yamazaki, T.
A possible tsunami deposit at the Cretaceous--Tertiary boundary in Pernambuco, northeastern Brazil
Albertao, G.A.; Martins, P.P.
Various types of olistostromes in a closing ocean basin, Tethyan Himalaya (Cretaceous, Tibet)
Guanghua, L.; Einsele, G.
Sandstone/chert and laminated chert/black shale couplets, Cretaceous Uhangri Formation (southwest Korea): depositional events in alkaline lake environments
Chough, S.K.; S., B.K.; S., S.C.
Episodic event deposits versus stratigraphic sequences--shall the twain never meet?
Reading of the trigger records of sedimentary events--a problem for future studies
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