Book review in this article
Antarctic Cenozoic History from the MSSTS-1 Drill Hole McMurdo Sound, ed. by P. J. Barrett
Experimental Fluvial Geomorphology, by Stanley A. Schumm, M. Paul Mosley and William E. Weaver
Diagenetic Bedding: A Model for Marl-Limestone Alterations, by W. Ricken
Cretaceous and Cenozoic Sedimentary Basins of the West Coast Region, South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Geological Survey Basin Studies1, by S. Nathan, H. J. Anderson, R. A. Cook, R. H. Herzer, R. H. Hoskins, J. I. Raine and D. Smale
The Marine Environment of the U.S. Atlantic Continental Slope and Rise, ed. by J. D. Milliman & W. R. Wright
Shelf Sands and Sandstones, ed. by R. John Knight and J. Ross McLean.
Foreland Basins, ed. by P. A. Allen and P. Homewood.
Proterozoic Geology: Selected Papers from an International Proterozoic Symposium, ed. L. G. Medaris, Jr., C. W. Byers, D. M. Mickelson & W. C. Shanks
Géologie de la Préhistoire, Méthodes, Techniques, Applications, ed. by J. C. Miskovsky
Aeolian Geomorphology (Proceedings of the 17th Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, September 1986.), ed. by William G. Nickling
Aeolian Dust and Dust Deposits, by K. Pye
Biological Markers in the Sedimentary Record, ed. by R. B. Johns
Stable Isotope Geochemistry, by J. Hoefs
Reef Diagenesis, ed. by J. H. Schroeder and B. H. Purser