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Investigation of the grain size, shape, and texture of the Perseverance Drift, Antarctic Peninsula: Sediment transport history and Holocene variability
The Perseverance Drift, on the northern Antarctic Peninsula continental shelf, records changes in ocean and ice conditions throughout the Holocene. This study uses the sedimentary archive contained in a 25.81m jumbo piston ...
Thin-bedded Facies Analysis of a Ferron Storm-dominated Delta Front and Prodelta: Cretaceous Ferron Sandstone, Utah
This study examines thin-bedded facies within shelf and prodelta deposits of the Cretaceous Ferron Notom Delta in central Utah. Thin beds may be the result of storms (tempestites), ignitive turbidity currents, or hyperpycnal ...