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Edited By: Nigel Mountney and Tracy Frank

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 6/46 (Geology)

Online ISSN: 1365-3091

Just Published Articles

  1. Late-glacial to Holocene depositional architecture of the Ombrone palaeovalley system (Southern Tuscany, Italy): sea-level, climate and local factors control in valley-fill variability

    Anna Breda, Alessandro Amorosi, Veronica Rossi and Fabio Fusco

    Accepted manuscript online: 25 NOV 2015 04:56PM EST | DOI: 10.1111/sed.12253

  2. Continental carbonate facies of a Neoproterozoic panglaciation, north-east Svalbard

    Ian J. Fairchild, Edward J. Fleming, Huiming Bao, Douglas I. Benn, Ian Boomer, Yuri V. Dublyansky, Galen P. Halverson, Michael J. Hambrey, Chris Hendy, Emily A. Mcmillan, Christoph Spötl, Carl T.E. Stevenson and Peter M. Wynn

    Accepted manuscript online: 17 NOV 2015 01:47AM EST | DOI: 10.1111/sed.12252

  3. Glacitectonism, subglacial and glacilacustrine processes during a Neoproterozoic panglaciation, north-east Svalbard

    Edward J. Fleming, Douglas I. Benn, Carl T.E. Stevenson, Michael S. Petronis, Michael J. Hambrey and Ian J. Fairchild

    Accepted manuscript online: 7 NOV 2015 01:44AM EST | DOI: 10.1111/sed.12251

  4. Root-related rhodochrosite and concretionary siderite formation in oxygen-deficient conditions induced by a ground-water table rise

    Maciej J. Bojanowski, Elżbieta Jaroszewicz, Adrijan Košir, Maciej Łoziński, Leszek Marynowski, Anna Wysocka and Arkadiusz Derkowski

    Article first published online: 3 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/sed.12227

  5. Preservation of meandering river channels in uniformly aggrading channel belts

    Wietse I. van de Lageweg, Filip Schuurman, Kim M. Cohen, Wout M. van Dijk, Yasuyuki Shimizu and Maarten G. Kleinhans

    Article first published online: 3 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/sed.12229


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Archean to Recent aeolian sand systems and their sedimentary record: Current understanding and future prospects
Juan Pedro Rodríguez-López, Lars B. Clemmensen, Nick Lancaster, Nigel P. Mountney and Gonzalo D. Veiga

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Editors' Best Picks of 2014

Issue 1: Capezzuoli, Enrico; Gandin, Anna; Pedley, Martyn Decoding tufa and travertine (fresh water carbonates) in the sedimentary record: The state of the art

Issue 3: Plint, A. Guy Mud dispersal across a Cretaceous prodelta: Storm-generated, wave-enhanced sediment gravity flows inferred from mudstone microtexture and microfacies

Issue 3: Fang, Hongwei; Shang, Qianqian; Chen, Minghong; et al. Changes in the critical erosion velocity for sediment colonized by biofilm

Issue 3: Cartigny, Matthieu J. B.; Ventra, Dario; Postma, George; et al. Morphodynamics and sedimentary structures of bedforms under supercritical-flow conditions: New insights from flume experiments

Issue 4: Covault, Jacob A.; Kostic, Svetlana; Paull, Charles K.; et al. Submarine channel initiation, filling and maintenance from sea-floor geomorphology and morphodynamic modelling of cyclic steps

Issue 4: Sam Roberson, Gert Jan Weltje Inter-instrument comparison of particle-size analysers

Issue 5: Wetzel, Andreas; Carmona, Noelia; Ponce, Juan Tidal signature recorded in burrow fill

Issue 5: Maciej J. Bojanowski, Andrzej Barczuk and Andreas Wetzel Deep-burial alteration of early-diagenetic carbonate concretions formed in Palaeozoic deep-marine greywackes and mudstones (Bardo Unit, Sudetes Mountains, Poland)

Issue 5: Kemp, D. B., & Sadler, P. M. Climatic and eustatic signals in a global compilation of shallow marine carbonate accumulation rates

Issue 6: Rodríguez-López, J.P., Clemmensen, L.B., Lancaster, N., Mountney, N.P., Veiga, G.D. Archean to Recent aeolian sand systems and their sedimentary record: Current understanding and future prospects

Issue 6: Sabine Hahn, Erika Griesshaber, Wolfgang W. Schmahl, Rolf D. Neuser, Ann-Christine Ritter, Rene Hoffmann, Dieter Buhl, Andrea Niedermayr, Anna Geske, Adrian Immenhauser Exploring aberrant bivalve shell ultrastructure and geochemistry as proxies for past sea water acidification

Issue 6: Ielpi, Alessandro; Gibling, Martin R.; Bashforth, Arden R.; et al. Role of vegetation in shaping Early Pennsylvanian braided rivers: Architecture of the Boss Point Formation, Atlantic Canada

Issue 6: Stephen E. Kaczmarek, Duncan F. Sibley Direct physical evidence of dolomite recrystallization

Issue 7: Perillo, Mauricio M.; Best, James L.; Yokokawa, Miwa; et al A unified model for bedform development and equilibrium under unidirectional, oscillatory and combined-flows

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