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Papers I’m Reading – September 2008

September 17, 2008

Continuing on with the monthly theme of what peer-reviewed papers I am reading (or planning to read).

Here’s the list for September:

  • Ito, M., 2008, Downfan transformation from turbidity currents to debris flows at a channel-to-lobe transitional zone: The lower Pleistocene Otadai Formation, Boso Peninsula, Japan: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 78, p. 668-682 [link].
  • Barone, M., et al., 2008, Detrital modes in the late Miocene wedge-top basin, northeastern Calabria, Italy: Compositional record of wedge-top partitioning: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 78, p. 693-711 [link].
  • Soyinka, O.A. and Slatt, R.M., 2008, Identification and micro-stratigraphy of hyperpycnites and turbidites in Cretaceous Lewis Shale, Wyoming: Sedimentology, v. 55, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3091.2007.00938.x  [i’m still having issues w/ Sedimentology’s links since they moved to Wiley … arghh].
  • Stewart, et al., 2008, Brahmaputra sediment flux dominated by highly localized rapid erosion from the easternmost Himalaya: Geology, v. 36, p. 711-714 [link].
  • McDonnell, et al., 2008, Paleocene to Eocene deep-water slope canyons, western Gulf of Mexico: Further insights for the provenance of deep-water offshore Wilcox Group plays: AAPG Bulletin, v. 92, p. 1169-1189 [link].
  • Check out June, July , and August lists.


    2 Comments leave one →
    1. September 18, 2008 4:14 am

      Brian, thanks for all your great posts that keep us informed on so many subjects (especially turbidites, but also everything else!). I have one of those awards for you at my site for that and for your great photos and images, too.

    2. September 18, 2008 6:39 am

      Silver Fox … thanks!

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