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Papers I’m Reading — October 2009

October 6, 2009

I haven’t posted one of these papers I’m reading posts in several months … I will attempt to revive the series with the following list for this month:

  • Schumer, R., and Jerolmack, D.J., 2009, Real and apparent changes in sediment deposition rates through time: JGR Earth Surface, v. 114, F00A06, doi: 10.1029/2009JF001266. [link] — note: this topic is related to the ‘Sadler Effect’, which I’ve written about here
  • Dickinson, W.R., and Gehrels, G.E., in press, Use of U-Pb ages of detrital zircons to infer maximum depositional ages of strata: A test against a Colorado Plateau Mesozoic database: Earth and Planetary Science Letters. [link]
  • Martin, J., Sheets, B., Paola, C., and Hoyal, D., 2009, Influence of steady base-level rise on channel mobility, shoreline migration, and scaling properties of a cohesive experimental delta: JGR Earth Surface, v. 114, F03017, doi: 10.1029/2008JF001142 [link]
  • Kender, S., Peck, V.L., Jones, R.W., and Kaminski, M.A., 2009, Middle Miocene oxygen minimum zone expansion offshore west Africa: Evidence for global cooling precursor events: Geology, v. 37, p. 699-702. [link]
  • Ryan, M.C., Helland-Hansen, W., Johannessen, E.P., and Steel, R.J., 2009, Erosional vs. accretionary shelf margins: the influence of margin type on deepwater sedimentation: an example from the Porcupine Basin, offshore western Ireland: Basin Research, v. 21, p. 676-703. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2117.2009.00424.x. [link]
  • Allen, P.A., 2008, Time scales of tectonic landscapes and their sediment routing systems: Gallagher et al. (eds) Landscape Evolution: Denudation, Climate, and Tectonics Over Different Time and Space Scales, Geological Society London Spec. Pub. 296, p. 7-28, doi: 10.1144/SP296.2. [link]

Note: the links above may take you to a subscription-only page; as a policy I do not e-mail PDF copies of papers to people (sorry).

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