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Present-day sandurs are not representative of the geological record
Zielinski, T.; van Loon, A.J.
From isolated buildups to buildup mosaics: 3D seismic sheds new light on upper Carboniferous-Permian fault controlled carbonate buildups, Norwegian Barents Sea
Elvebakk, G.; Hunt, D.W.; Stemmerik, L.
An estimate of Albian sea-level amplitudes and its implication for the duration of stratigraphic hiatuses
Immenhauser, A.; Scott, R.W.
Provenance interpretation of Tertiary sandstones from the Cheju Basin (NE East China Sea): a comparison of conventional petrographic and scanning cathodoluminescence techniques
Kwon, Y.; Boggs, S.
Post-Eocene evolution of the North Alpine Foreland Basin and its response to Alpine tectonics
Kuhlemann, J.; Kempf, O.
Changes in depositional systems and sequences in response to basin evolution in a rifted and inverted basin: an example from the Neogene Niigata-Shin'etsu basin, Northern Fossa Magna, central Japan
Sequence stratigraphic and sedimentologic significance of biogenic structures from a late Paleozoic marginal- to open-marine reservoir, Morrow Sandstone, subsurface of southwest Kansas, USA
Buatois, L.A.; Mangano, M.G.; Alissa, A.; Carr, T.R.
Late Quaternary incised-valley fill of the Yangtze delta (China): its stratigraphic framework and evolution
Li, C.; Wang, P.; Sun, H.; Zhang, J.; Fan, D.; Deng, B.
Sedimentary Petrology - By Maurice E. Tucker, 3rd edn., Blackwell, Oxford, 2001, 262 pp., £28.50 (ISBN 0-632-05735-1 pbk)
Cenozoic Foreland Basins of Europe - A. Mascle, C. Puigdefabregas, H.P. Luterbacher, and M. Fernandez (Editors). Geological Society Special Publication No. 134. The Geological Society, London, 1998, 427 pp., £70 (ISBN 1-86239-015-0)
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