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We are now accepting nominations and self-nominations for a new Editor of The Sedimentary Record, SEPM’s quarterly publication, for 2021 - 2023. Self-nominations are encouraged.
Editorial responsibilities are for one science article each quarterly issue (Jan, Mar, Jun, Sept), including soliciting submissions, organizing and evaluating peer review, and editing manuscripts. Attention to reducing implicit bias in the editorial process and increasing the diversity of authorship is valued. The Editor, with help from the SEPM council and larger membership community, is expected to look toward evolving The Sedimentary Record into a larger fully Open Access journal in the future.
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The Sedimentary Record is published quarterly in online and paper formats by SEPM. It contains peer-reviewed science articles on topics of broad and current interest to the membership of SEPM, as well as shorter, editor-reviewed articles addressing a variety of topics, including Society business and media reviews.
We welcome contributions from members of the Society for inclusion in the journal. We also welcome suggestions concerning how The Sedimentary Record should evolve to meet its goals of serving as:
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- Volume 18, No. 2 - June 2020 (low res)
- Volume 18, No. 2 - June 2020 (hi-res 15mb)
- Observe, Record, Interpret: some examples of teaching sedimentology by distance learning including virtual graphic logs, CS Bristow
- Supplemental Data for June 2020 Science Article CS Bristow
- Volume 18, No. 1 - March 2020 (low res)
- Volume 18, No. 1 - March 2020 (hi-res 13mb)
- The Late Devonian Ice Age and the Giant Bakken Oil Field, B Hart and M Hofmann
- Volume 17, No. 4 - December 2019 (low res)
- Volume 17, No. 4 - December 2019 (hi-res 15mb)
- Mud bedforms in a natural ice flume, A. Guy Plint
- #SEPM - Sedimentary Geology in the Twitterverse, RC Martindale et al.
- Volume 17, No. 3 - September 2019 (low res)
- Volume 17, No. 3 - September 2019 (hi-res 20mb)
- Fitted-Fabric Grainstones..., Langhorne Smith
- Online Table 1 Reference List.xlsx, Langhorne Smith
- Volume 17, No. 2 - June 2019 (low res)
- Volume 17, No. 2 - June 2019 (hi-res 16mb)
- Deep convolutional neural networks as a geological image classification tool, R Pires de Lima et al.
- Volume 17, No. 1 - March 2019 (low-res)
- Volume 17, No. 1 - March 2019 (hi-res 18mb)
- Domes, rings, ridges, and polygons: characteristics of microbialites......MD Vanden Berg
- Volume 16, No. 4 - December 2018 (low res)
- Volume 16, No. 4 - December 2018 (hi-res 15mb)
- Carbonate mud deposited below storm wave base: a critical review, LP Birgenheier, SA Moore
- A review of carbonate mud generation, LP Birgenheier, SA Moore
- Report on the International Sedimentological Congress, Quebec, J Bynum et al.
- Volume 16, No. 3 - September 2018 (low-res)
- Volume 16, No. 3 - September 2018 (hi-res 20mb)
- Fluvial architecture of the Burro Canyon Fm.- K Lewis et al.
- Volume 16, No. 2 - June 2018 (low-res)
- Volume 16, No. 2 - June 2018 (hi-res 14mb)
- The Making of the Perfect Racetrack...B. Bowen et al.
- Volume 16, No. 1 - March 2018 (low-res)
- Volume 16, No. 1 - March 2018 (hi-res 12mb)
- We need a global comprehensive stratigraphic database... SE Peters, JM Husson
- Volume 15, No. 4 - December 2017 (low-res)
- Volume 15, No. 4 - December 2017 (hi-res 14mb)
- Appendix A.
- Appendix B.
- What's Your Delta? EarthRates - A New NSF Funded Research Coordination Network... LP Boush et al.
- Volume 15, No. 3 - September 2017 (low-res)
- Volume 15, No. 3 - September 2017 (hi-res 12 mb)
- Challenging Orthodoxy: Is the Present the Key to the Past? G Nichols
- Volume 15, No. 2 - June 2017 (low-res)
- Volume 15, No. 2 - June 2017 (hi-res 12 mb)
- Sedimentology and Ichnofacies, Uppermost Three Forks Formation... A Franklin and JF Sarg
- Volume 15, No. 1 - March 2017 (low-res)
- Volume 15, No. 1 - March 2017 (hi-res 16mb)
- Exploration Opportunities in the Pre-Salt Play, Deepwater Campos Basin, Brazil. S Kattah
- Volume 14, No. 4 - December 2016 (low-res)
- Volume 14, No. 4 - December 2016 (hi-res 11mb)
- Paragenesis of Mineralized Fractures and Diagenesis of Prominent N American Shales, RD Elmore et al.
- Volume 14, No. 3 - September 2016 (low-res)
- Volume 14, No. 3 - September 2016 (hi-res 18mb)
- The Stratigraphic Record of Submarine-Channel Evolution, JA Covault et al.
- Volume 14, No. 2 - June 2016 (2.5MB)
- Wheeler's Confusion and the Seismic Revolution... JP Bhattachary and V Abreu
- Volume 14, No. 1 - March 2016 (2MB)
- The Future of Field Geology, Open Data Sharing and CyberTechnology in Earth Science, MA Chan et al.
- Volume 13, No. 4 - December 2015 (5MB)
- Injecting Climate Modeling into Deep Time Studies... NG Heavens
- Volume 13, No. 3 - September 2015 (2.7MB)
- Paleoclimate and the Origin of Paleozoic Chert... C Blaine Cecil
- Volume 13, No.2 -June 2015 (3MB)
- Investigating the Paleoecological Consequences of Supercontinent Breakup... FA Corsetti et al.
- Volume 13, No. 2-Appendix A (18MB) - 12th Int. Symp. Ordovician
- Volume 12, No. 4 - December 2014 (2.4MB)
- The Late Paleozoic Ecological-Evolutionary Laboratory, and Land-Plant Fossil Record Perspective, CV Looy et al.
- Volume 12, No. 2 - June 2014 (3.7MB)
- The Search for Sedimentary Evidence of Glaciation during the Frasnian/Famennian..., GR McGhee, Jr
- Volume 12, No. 1 - March 2014 (4 MB)
- An Opportunity of Geothermal Proportions in Sedimentary Basins, J Holbrook et al.
- Volume 11, No. 4 - December 2013 (7 MB)
- The National Center for Earth-Surface Dynamics: Version 2.0 C Paola et al.
- Building a Sediment Experimentalist Network (SEN)... L Hsu et al.
- Volume 11, No. 3 - September 2013 (11 MB)
- Application of the Critical Zone Concept to the Deep-Time Sedimentary Record LC Nordt and SG Driese
- Volume 11, No. 2- June 2013 (2MB) - HiRes (8 MB)
- Sedimentary Geology and the Future of Paleoclimate Studies, J Totman Parrish and GS Soreghan
- Volume 11, No.1 - March 2013 (2 MB) - HiRes (7 MB)
- A 'Sedimentary Record' of Opportunities, IP Montañez and PE Isaacson
- Continental Scientific Drilling and the Evolution of the Earth System, G Soreghan and A Cohen
- Volume 10, No.4 - December 2012 (3 MB)
- Sedimentation across the Tidal-Fluvial Transition in the Lower Fraser River, Canada, SE Dashtgard et al.
- Volume 10, No.3 - September 2012 (6 MB)
- Exploring the Sedimentary, Pedogenic, and Hydrologic Factors that Control...ST Hasiotis and BF Platt
- Volume 10, No.3 - Appendix
- Volume 10, No.2 - June 2012 (2 MB) - HiRes (9 MB)
- Application of Inorganic Whole-Rock Geochemistry to Shale Resource Plays...KT Ratcliffe et al.
- Volume 10, No.1 - March 2012 (2 MB)
- Stratigraphic Hierarchy and Shelf-to-Basin Architecture of Aptian-Albian Mural Shelf...S Hiebert et al.
- Volume 9, No 1 - March 2011 (2 MB)
- CSDMS - A Modeling System to Aid Sedimentary Research, JPM Syvitski et al.
- Volume 8, No 4 - December 2010 (2 MB)
- The Pleistocene Cooling Built Challenger Mound, a Deep-Water Coral Mound in the NE Atlantic...A Kano et al.
- Volume 8, No 3 - September 2010 (3 MB)
- Reflux Dolomite Crystal Size Variation in Cyclic Inner Ramp Reservoir Facies...GP Wahlman
- Volume 8, No 2 - June 2010 (2.5 MB)
- The Geochemistry of Cave Calcite Deposits as a Record of Past Climate, JUL Baldini
- Volume 8, No 1 - March 2010 (4.0 MB)
- Estimating the Age of Near-Shore Carbonate Slides Using Coral Reefs and Erosional Markers...MJ Hornbach et al.
- Volume 7, No 4 - December 2009 (4.8 MB)
- Fate of Sediments Delivered to the Sea by Asian Large Rivers ...JP Liu et al.
- Volume 7, No 3 - September 2009
- Delta Double-Stack: Juxtaposed Holocene and Pleistocene Sequences from the Bengal Basin, Bangladesh, RD Pate et al.
- Volume 7, No 2 - June 2009 (2.8 MB)
- A New Twist on Mud Deposition—Mud Ripples in Experiment and Rock Record , J Schieber and Z Yawar
- Volume 7, No 1 - March 2009 (2.1 MB)
- The Prospect of Compact Estuarine Lagerstätten, CE Savrda et al.
- Volume 6, No 4 - December 2008 (2.8 MB)
- The Habitat of Primitive Vertebrates: The Need for Sedimentary Geology in Paleontology, SM Holland and J Allen
- Volume 6, No 3 - September 2008 (3.0 MB)
- Coastal Recovery Following the Destructive Tsunami of 2004: Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia, SC Liew et al.
- Volume 6, No 2 - June 2008 (678 KB)
- Black Mudrocks: Lessons and Questions from the Mississippian Barnett Shale...SC Ruppel and RG Loucks
- Volume 6, No 1 - March 2008 (2.0 MB)
- Tephrochronology of Marine Sediments around the Island of Montserrat, JK Fisher et al.
- Volume 5, No. 4 - December 2007 (1.4 MB)
- Late Holocene Barrier Island Collapse: Outer Banks, North Carolina, SJ Culver et al.
- Volume 5, No. 3 - September 2007 (2.2 MB)
- From BAHA to Jack, Evolution of the Lower Tertiary Wilcox Trend in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico, D Meyer et al.
- Volume 5, No. 2 - June 2007 (2.0 MB)
- Crossing the Ecological Divide: Paleozoic to Modern Marine Ecosystem in the Adriatic Sea, FK McKinney et al.
- Volume 5, No. 1 - March 2007 (3.4 MB)
- The Effects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on the Seabed of the Louisiana Shelf, MA Goni et al.
- Volume 4, No. 3 - September 2006 (1.6 MB)
- Tempest in a Tree Ring: Paleotempestology and the Record of Past Hurricanes, CI Mora et al.
- Volume 4, No. 2 - June 2006 (1.1 MB)
- Fluvial Landscapes and Stratigraphy in a Flume, N Strong and C Paola
- Volume 4, No. 1 - March 2006 (2.0 MB)
- Charles D. Walcott: Comments on Stratigraphy and Sedimentation, EL Yochelson
- Volume 3, No. 3 - September 2005 (2.6 MB)
- The Battle over Evolution: How Geoscientists can Help, G Branch
- Volume 3, No. 2 - June 2005 (2.0 MB)
- New Approaches to Understanding the Mechanics of Burgess Shale-Type Deposits...RR Gaines and ML Droser
- Volume 2, No. 4 - December 2004 (1.0 MB)
- The Greatest Volcanic Ash Falls in the Phanerozoic...SM Bergström
- Volume 2, No. 3 - September 2004 (768 KB)
- From Turbid to Lucid: A Straightforward Approach to Sediment Gravity Flows and Their Deposits, MR Gani
- Volume 2, No. 1 - March 2004 (1.7 MB)
- Quo Vadis? Paleoenvironmental and Diagenetic Constraints on Late Cretaceous Dinosaur Skin...MD Wegweiser et al.
- Volume 1, No. 3 - Dec 2003 (2.7 MB)
- Turning Pyrite Concretions Outside-In: Role of Biofilms in Pyritization of Fossils, PS Borkow and LE Babcock
- Volume 1, No. 2 - Sept 2003 (2.1 MB)
- Simple Gifts and Buries Treasures: Implications of Finding Bioturbation and Erosion Surfaces in Black Shales, J Schieber
- Volume 1, No. 1 - May 2003 (2.9 MB)
- The Precambrian-Cambrian Transition in the Southern Great Basin, USA, FA Corsetti and JW Hagadorn