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JP - Journal of Paleontology (JP was co-published with the Paleontological Society until 1984)
JSP - Journal of Sedimentary Petrology
JSR - Journal of Sedimentary Research (formerly JSP)
PAL - PALAIOS

  Iss Year Author(s) Title of Paper
JSR
81:9
2016
Katharine W. Huntington
David A. Budd
Brian P. Wernicke
John M. Eiler
Use of Clumped-Isotope Thermometry to Constrain the Crystallization Temperature of Diagenetic Calcite
PAL
29:2
2014
Hugo Beraldi-Campesi
Jack D. Farmer
Ferran Garcia-Pichel
Modern Terrestrial Sedimentary Biostructures and their Fossil Analogs in Mesoproterozoic Subaerial Deposits
JSR
83:12
2013
Stacy C. Atchley
Lee C. Nordt
Stephen I. Dworkin
Jahandar Ramezani
William G. Parker
Sidney R. Ash
Samuel A. Bowring
A Linkage Among Pangean Tectonism, Cyclic Alluvation, Climate Change, and Biologic Turnover in the Late Triassic: The Record from the Chinle Formation, Southwestern United States
PAL
28:11
2013
Rowan C. Martindale
Leopold Krystyn
Frank A. Corsetti
David J. Bottjer
From Fore Reef to Lagoon: Evolution of the Upper Triassic Dachstein Carbonate Platform on the Tennengebirge (Salzburg, Austria)
JSR
82:5
2012
S.D. Connell
W. Kim
C. Paola
G.A. Smith
Fluvial morphology and sediment-flux steering of axial-transverse boundaries in an experimental basin
PAL
26:4
2012
Scott A. Mata
Cara L. Harwood
Frank A. Corsetti
Natalie J. Stork
Kathryn Eilers
William M. Berelson
John R. Spear
Influence of gas production and filament orientation on stromatolite microfabric
JSR
81:1
2011
John Martin
Alessandro Cantelli
Chris Paola
Michael Blum
Matthew Wolinsky
Quantitative modeling of the evolution and geometry of incised valleys
PAL
26:8
2011
Karen L. Bacon
Claire M. Belcher
Stephen P. Hesselbo
Jennifer C. McElwain
The Triassic-Jurassic boundary carbon-isotope excursions expressed in taxonomically identified leaf cuticles
JSR
80:2
2010
Adrian J. Hartley
Gary S. Weissmann
Gary J. Nichols
Gail Warwick
Large Distributive Fluvial Systems: Characteristics, Distribution, and Controls on Development
PAL (Tie)
25:6
2010
John-Paul Zonneveld
Murray K. Gingras
Tyler W. Beatty
Diverse ichnofossil assemblages following the P-T mass extinction, Lower Triassic, Alberta and British Columbia, Canada: Evidence for shallow marine refugia on the northwestern coast of Pangaea
PAL (Tie)
25:2
2010
Sara B. Pruss
Seth Finnegan
Woodward W. Fischer
Andrew H. Knoll
Carbonates in skeleton-poor seas: New insights from Cambrian and Ordovician strata of Laurentia
JSR
79:9
2009
Kyle M. Straub
Chris Paola
David Mohrig
Matthew A. Wolinsky
Terra George
Compensational Stacking of Channelized Sedimentary Deposits
PAL
24:2
2009
Maria E. McNamara
Patrick J. Orr
Stuart L. Kearns
Luis Alcalá
Pere Anadón
Enrigue Peñalver Mollá
Soft-tissue preservation in Miocene frogs from Libros, Spain: Insights in the genesis of decay microenvironments
JSR
78:8
2008
Nikki Strong
Chris Paola
Valleys that Never Were: Time Surfaces versus Stratigraphic Surfaces
PAL
23:2
2008
Seth Finnegan
Mary L. Droser
Reworking diversity: Effects of storm deposition on evenness and sampled richness, Ordovician of the Basin and Range, Utah and Nevada
JSR77:52007Kathleen C. Benison
Brenda Beitler Bowen
Francisca E. Oboh-Ikuenobe
Elliot A. Jagniecki
Deidre A. LaClair
Stacy L. Story
Melanie R. Mormile
Bo-Young Hong
Sedimentology of Acid Saline Lakes in Southern Western Australia: Newly Described Processes and Products of an Extreme Environment
PAL
22:1
2007
John-Paul Zonneveld
Tyler W. Beatty
S. George Pemberton
Lingulide Brachiopods and the Trace Fossil Lingulichnus from the Triassic of Western Canada: Implications for Faunal Recovery after the End-Permian Mass Extinction
JSR
76:22006S. Tyrell
P.D.W. Haughton
J.S. Daly
T.F. Kokfelt
D. Gagnevin
The Use of the Common Pb Isotope Composition of Detrital K-Feldspar Grains as a Provenance Tool and Its Applications to Upper Carboniferous Paleodrainage, Northern England
PAL21:42006Adam Tomasovych
Brachiopod and bivalve ecology in the Late Triassic (Alps, Austria): Onshore-offshore replacements caused by variations in sediment and nutrient supply
JSR 75:3 2005 Noel P. James
Yvonne Bone
T. Kurtis Kyser
Where Has All the Aragonite Gone? Mineralogy of Holocene Neritic Cool-Water Carbonates, Southern Australia
PAL 20:1 2005 Jean Vannier
Junyuan Chen
Early Cambrian Food Chain: New Evidence from Fossil Aggregates in the Maotianshan Shale Biota, SW China
JSR 74:6 2004 Anita É. Csoma
Robert H. Goldstein
Andrea Mindszenty
Lucia Simone
Diagenetic Salinity Cycles and Sea Level Along a Major Uncomformity, Monte Composauro, Italy
PAL 19:1 2004 Thomas D. Olszewski

Modeling the Influence of Taphonomic Destruction, Reworking, and Burial on Time-Averaging in Fossil Accumulations


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