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A review of the Milankovitch climatic beat: template for Plio-Pleistocene sea-level changes and sequence stratigraphy
Pillans B.; Chappell J.; Naish T.R.
Two models: global sea-level change and sequence stratigraphic architecture
A review of Wanganui Basin, New Zealand: global reference section for shallow marine, Plio-Pleistocene (2.5-0 Ma) cyclostratigraphy
Carter R.M.; Naish T.R.
The stratigraphic architecture of Late Pliocene (2.8-2.4 Ma) asymmetrical shelf sequences, western Wanganui Basin, New Zealand
Kamp P.J.J.; McIntyre A.P.
Submarine fan sequences of the lower Kazusa Group, a Plio-Pleistocene forearc basin fill in the Boso Peninsula, Japan
The relationship between glacio-eustatic parasequences and a third-order sequence in the Kakegawa Group, central Japan
Sakai T.; Masuda F.
The relationship between shellbed type and sequence architecture: examples from Japan and New Zealand
Kondo Y.; Abbott S.T.; Kitamura A.; Kamp P.J.J.; Naish T.R.; Kamataki T.; Saul G.S.
Exposed coasts vs sheltered bays: contrast between New Zealand and Japan in the molluscan record of temperature change in Plio-Pleistocene cyclothems
Beu A.; Kitamura A.
Glaucony and carbonate grains as indicators of the condensed section: Omma Formation, Japan
Sequence concepts at seismic and outcrop scale: the distinction between physical and conceptual stratigraphic surfaces
Carter R.M.; Fulthorpe C.S.; Naish T.R.
Computer simulation of the influence of basin physiography on condensed section deposition and maximum flooding
Liu K.; Liang T.C.K.; Paterson L.; Kendall C.G.S.C.
10Be spikes in Plio-Pleistocene cyclothems, Wanganui Basin, New Zealand: identification of the local flooding surface (LFS)
Graham I.J.; Ditchburn R.G.; Whitehead N.E.
Transgressive and highstand systems tracts and post-glacial transgression, the East China Sea
Saito Y.; Katayama H.; Ikehara K.; Kato Y.; Matsumoto E.; Oguri K.; Oda M.; Yumoto M.
Sequence stratigraphy of tidal sand bodies in the Bungo Channel, southwest Japan
Post-glacial sea-level control and sequence stratigraphy of carbonate-terrigenous sediments, Wanganui shelf, New Zealand
Gillespie J.L.; Nelson C.S.; Nodder S.D.
Modern and ancient Zygochlamys delicatula shellbeds in New Zealand, and their sequence stratigraphic implications
Orpin A.R.; Gammon P.R.; Naish T.R.; Carter R.M.
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