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- Restricted accessApplication of the surface azimuthal electrical resistivity survey method to determine patterns of regional joint orientation in glacial tillsBy Douglas CarlsonArticle | Published in 2010 in Environmental Geosciences 17 (4)DOI: 10.1306/eg.04061010002Douglas Carlson
- Restricted accessGeologic characteristics of the central stretch of the Ticona Channel, north-central IllinoisBy Bryce A. Willems, David H. Malone and Andre PuginArticle | Published in 2007 in Environmental Geosciences 14 (3)DOI: 10.1306/eg.05030606002Bryce A. WillemsDavid H. MaloneAndre Pugin
- Restricted accessCharacterizing the Recent Sediments from Pigeon Lake, Alberta as Related to Anthropogenic and Natural FluxesBy H. Sanei, F. Goodarzi, L. R. Snowdon, L. D. Stasiuk and E. Van Der Flier-KellerArticle | Published in 2000 in Environmental Geosciences 7 (4)DOI: 10.1046/j.1526-0984.2000.74007.xH. SaneiF. GoodarziL. R. SnowdonL. D. StasiukE. Van Der Flier-Keller
- Restricted accessRate and magnitude of past global climate changesBy John P. Bluemle, Joseph M. Sabel and Wibjorn KarlenArticle | Published in 1999 in Environmental Geosciences 6 (2)John P. BluemleJoseph M. SabelWibjorn Karlen
- Restricted accessThree-dimensional paleomorphologic reconstruction and turbidite distribution prediction revealing a Pleistocene confined basin system in the northeast Nankai Trough areaBy Kosuke Egawa, Toshiko Furukawa, Tatsuo Saeki, Kiyofumi Suzuki and Hideo NaritaArticle | Published in 2013 in AAPG Bulletin 97 (5)DOI: 10.1306/10161212014Kosuke EgawaMethane Hydrate Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Sapporo 062-8517, Japan; email@example.comToshiko FurukawaResearch Department, Information Center for Petroleum Exploration and Production, Tokyo 101-0065, Japan; firstname.lastname@example.orgTatsuo SaekiMethane Hydrate Research & Development Division, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation, Chiba 261-0025, Japan; email@example.comKiyofumi SuzukiMethane Hydrate Research & Development Division, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation, Chiba 261-0025, Japan; firstname.lastname@example.orgHideo NaritaMethane Hydrate Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Sapporo 062-8517, Japan; email@example.com
- Restricted accessRelations between geomorphic form and sedimentologic-stratigraphic variability: Holocene ooid sand shoal, Lily Bank, BahamasBy Andrew G. Sparks and Eugene C. RankeyArticle | Published in 2013 in AAPG Bulletin 97 (1)DOI: 10.1306/05101211125Andrew G. SparksKansas Interdisciplinary Carbonates Consortium, Department of Geology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas; present address: Chevron North America Exploration and Production, 9525 Camino Media Bakersfield, California; firstname.lastname@example.orgEugene C. RankeyKansas Interdisciplinary Carbonates Consortium, Department of Geology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas; email@example.com
- Restricted accessShelf-edge deltas along structurally complex margins: A case study from eastern offshore TrinidadBy Lorena Moscardelli, Lesli J. Wood and Dallas B. DunlapArticle | Published in 2012 in AAPG Bulletin 96 (8)DOI: 10.1306/01241211046Lorena MoscardelliLesli J. WoodDallas B. Dunlap
- Restricted accessSeismic geomorphology and high-resolution seismic stratigraphy of inner-shelf fluvial, estuarine, deltaic, and marine sequences, Gulf of ThailandBy Hernán M. Reijenstein, Henry W. Posamentier and Janok P. BhattacharyaArticle | Published in 2011 in AAPG Bulletin 95 (11)DOI: 10.1306/03151110134Hernán M. ReijensteinHenry W. PosamentierJanok P. Bhattacharya
- Restricted accessPleistocene shelf-margin delta: Intradeltaic deformation and sediment bypass, northern Gulf of MexicoBy Grigoriy Perov and Janok P. BhattacharyaArticle | Published in 2011 in AAPG Bulletin 95 (9)DOI: 10.1306/01271109141Grigoriy PerovJanok P. Bhattacharya
- Restricted accessStratigraphic controls on a salt-withdrawal intraslope minibasin, north-central Green Canyon, Gulf of Mexico: Implications for misinterpreting sea level changeBy Andrew S. Madof, Nicholas Christie-Blick and Mark H. AndersArticle | Published in 2009 in AAPG Bulletin 93 (4)DOI: 10.1306/12220808082Andrew S. MadofNicholas Christie-BlickMark H. Anders