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How plausible are high-frequency sediment supply-driven cycles in the stratigraphic record?
Castelltort, S.; van den Driessche, J.
Organic matter deposition in the Saskatchewan River floodplain (Cumberland Marshes, Canada): effects of progradational avulsions
Morozova, G.S.; Smith, N.D.
Microstructures within a modern debris flow deposit derived from Quaternary glacial diamicton-a comparative micromorphological study
Menzies, J.; Zaniewski, K.
Comparison of modern and ancient Vertisols developed on limestone in terms of their geochemistry and parent material
Driese, S.G.; Jacobs, J.R.; Nordt, L.C.
Anatomy of siliceous hot springs: examples from Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
Guidry, S.A.; Chafetz, H.S.
Sedimentology of high-stage flood deposits of the Tagus River, Central Spain
Benito, G.; Sanchez-Moya, Y.; Sopena, A.
Acoustic architecture of glaciolacustrine sediments deformed during zonal stagnation of the Laurentide Ice Sheet; Mazinaw Lake, Ontario, Canada
Eyles, N.; Doughty, M.; Boyce, J.I.; Mullins, H.T.; Halfman, J.D.; Koseoglu, B.
Reactivated basement structures affecting the sedimentary facies in a tectonically ''quiescent'' epicontinental basin: an example from NW Switzerland
Wetzel, A.; Allenbach, R.; Allia, V.
Erratum to ''Spatial and temporal variability in the Holocene sea-level record of the South Australian coastline'' [Sediment. Geol. 150 (2002) 153-169]
Belperio, A.P.; Harvey, N.; Bourman, R.P.