2016 Data


2016 Data

2015 JSR Data
Volume 85, no. 1, January 2015
   Acoustic imaging of experimental subaqueous sediment-laden flowa and their deposits
   Mauricio Perillo, Brandon Minton, Jim Buttles, and David Mohrig
   Figure 3A
   Isotopic and elemental evidence for meteoric alteration of a Pennsylvanian phylloid-algal mound, Holder Formation,    New Mexico, U.S.A.
   Matthew S. Wasson and Kyger C Lohmann 
Volume 85, no. 2, February 2015
   Interpreting paleo-avulsion dynamics from multistory sand bodies
   Ellen P. Chamberlin and Elizabeth A. Hajek
   Supplement 2 
    Statistical estimation of the position of an apex: application to the geological record
   Amanda Owen, Peter E. Jupp, Gary J. Nichols, Adrian J. Hartley, Gary S. Weissmann, and Dinara Sadykova
Volume 85, no. 3, March 2015
   Chemical fingerprinting, a precise and efficient way to determine sediment sources
   Dennis A. Darby, Wesley Meyers, Stephen Herman, and Brit Nicholson
   Table A2
   Table A3
   Table A4 
   EPMA settings
Volume 85, no. 4, April 2015
Stratigraphic completeness of carbonate-dominated records from continental interiors versus continental margins: stratigraphic thinning occurs via condensation and omission at multiple scales
Volume 85, no. 8, August 2015
D18O and D13C variability in brachiopods from modern shelf sediments and its utility for understanding complex oceanography, southern Australian Shelf
Ryan S. Dhillon, Noel P. James, T. Kurt Kyser, and Yvonne Bone

Along-strike variations in stratigraphic architecture of shallow-marine reservoir analogues: Upper Cretaceous Panther Tongue delta and coeval shoreface, Star Point Sandstone, Wasatch Plateau, Central Utah, U.S.A.

  Andrea Forzoni, Gary Hampson, and Joep Storms
Volume 85, no. 9, September 2015 
Volume 85, no. 11, November 2015

Provenance and depositional ages of late Paleogene fluvial sedimentary rocks in the central Rocky Mountains, U.S.A.

  Majie Fan, Alex Mankin, and Kevin Chamberlain
 Volume 85, no. 12, December 2015

Fluvial facies architecture and sequence stratigraphy of the Tertiary Duchesne River Formation, Uinta Basin, Utah, U.S.A.

   Takashi Sato and Marjorie A. Chan
  Appendix Part 1

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