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Publisher: Elsevier

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Volume 122, Number 1, December 1998

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The relationship between shellbed type and sequence architecture: examples from Japan and New Zealand
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Authors: Kondo, Y.; Abbott, S.T.; Kitamura, A.; Kamp, P.J.J.; Naish, T.R.; Kamataki, T.; Saul, G.S.

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Computer simulation of the influence of basin physiography on condensed section deposition and maximum flooding
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Authors: Liu, K.; Liang, T.C.K.; Paterson, L.; Kendall, C.G.S.C.

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Transgressive and highstand systems tracts and post-glacial transgression, the East China Sea
pp. 217-232(16)
Authors: Saito, Y.; Katayama, H.; Ikehara, K.; Kato, Y.; Matsumoto, E.; Oguri, K.; Oda, M.; Yumoto, M.

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Modern and ancient Zygochlamys delicatula shellbeds in New Zealand, and their sequence stratigraphic implications
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