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SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IAppendix I. Introduction. PDF1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IIAppendix II. Introduction - Stable Isopes from Brazos River KTB Ssections. PDF1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IITables of planktic foraminifera, 4 Keller 3, in excel spreadsheet format1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IIFigure 1 Mullinix 1, Figure 4 KT3, Figure 5 Mullinix 3, Figure 6 Mullinix 3 in pdf format1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IIIBAppendix III B, Mullinix 2, 10 feet to 77 ft, colored core photos, PDF format1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IIICAppendix III C Mullinix core captions, BRAZOS RIVER DRILLING 2005 CORE DESCRIPTIONS & CORE PHOTOS, 15 pages, PDF format1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IIICAppendix III B, Mullinix 3, 8.5 ft to 65.5 ft, color core photos, PDF format1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IIIAAppendix III A, Brazos River Drilling 2005, 165 pages, pdf format,color core photos, Mullinix 1, 18 ft to 148 ft1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix IAppendix I, Figures 1-5, descriptions and figures. PDF1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 100 – The End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact in TexasBook Appendix I Foraminifera Abundance Data -Sections and Cores. Tables 1-15, Excel Spreadsheets1002011Gerta Keller and Thierry Adatte
SP 105 – Deposits, Architecture, and Controls of Carbonate Margin, Slope, and Basinal SettingsAppendix, Table A1 Key sections of Lisburne group Table A2 paleogeographic Table A3 U-­-Pb ZIRCON GEOCHRONOLOGIC ANALYSES Table A4 Whole-rock geochemical data for black mudrocks Table A5 Isotopic and TOC profileTable A1 A2 A3 A4 A51052013Klaas Verwer, Ted E. Playton, and Paul M. (Mitch) Harris
SP 106 – Autogenic Dynamics and Self-Organization in Sedimentary SystemsMeasuring Scales of Autogenic Organization in Fluvial Stratigraphy: An Example from the Cretaceous Lower Williams Fork Formation, ColoradoSupplement 1 - Field Notes1062016Ellen P. Chamberlin, Elizabeth A. Hajek, and Sheila M. Trampush
SP 106 – Autogenic Dynamics and Self-Organization in Sedimentary SystemsMeasuring Scales of Autogenic Organization in Fluvial Stratigraphy: An Example from the Cretaceous Lower Williams Fork Formation, ColoradoSupplement Figure 11062016Ellen P. Chamberlin, Elizabeth A. Hajek, and Sheila M. Trampush
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyIntegrated Stratigraphic Correlation of Upper Devonian Platform-to-Basin Carbonate Sequences, Lennard Shelf, Canning Basin, Western Australia: Advances in Carbonate Margin-to-Slope Sequence Stratigraphy and Stacking PatternsFigure 81072017Ted E. Playton, Roger M. Hocking, Eric Tohver, Kelly Hillbun, Peter W. Haines, Kate Trinajstic, Brett Roelofs, David A. Katz, Joseph L. Kirschvink, Kliti Grice, Paul Montgomery, Jeroen Hansma, Maodu Yan, Sergei Pisarevsky, Svenja Tulipani, Ken Ratcliffe, Samuel Caulfield-Kerney, and David Wray
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyIntegrated Stratigraphic Correlation of Upper Devonian Platform-to-Basin Carbonate Sequences, Lennard Shelf, Canning Basin, Western Australia: Advances in Carbonate Margin-to-Slope Sequence Stratigraphy and Stacking PatternsFigure 91072017Ted E. Playton, Roger M. Hocking, Eric Tohver, Kelly Hillbun, Peter W. Haines, Kate Trinajstic, Brett Roelofs, David A. Katz, Joseph L. Kirschvink, Kliti Grice, Paul Montgomery, Jeroen Hansma, Maodu Yan, Sergei Pisarevsky, Svenja Tulipani, Ken Ratcliffe, Samuel Caulfield-Kerney, and David Wray
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 41072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 81072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 91072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 13a1072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 13b1072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 181072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 191072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 231072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 241072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesTable 31072017John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 107 – New Advances in Devonian Carbonates: Outcrop Analogs, Reservoirs, and ChronostratigraphyStratigraphic Architecture of the Frasnian South Jasper Basin, North-Central Alberta Front RangesFigure 51072016John A.W. Weissenberger, Pak K. Wong, Murray G. Gilhooly
SP 108 – Latitudinal Controls on Stratigraphic Models and Sedimentary ConceptsAre Tides Controlled by Latitude?propagation of the tidal wave into and around the Arctic Ocean1082017Robert W. Dalrymple and Laurie Padman
SP 108 – Latitudinal Controls on Stratigraphic Models and Sedimentary ConceptsAre Tides Controlled by Latitude?propagation of the tidal wave in the area around Antarctica1082017Robert W. Dalrymple and Laurie Padman
SP 109 – Characterization and Modeling of Carbonates—Mountjoy Symposium 1Moldic-Pore Distribution, Basement Paleotopography, and Oil Production from a Devonian Dolostone Reservoir, Peace River Arch, Western Canadanormal distribution workbook1092017John B. Dunham and Nigel Watts
SP 109 – Characterization and Modeling of Carbonates—Mountjoy Symposium 1Moldic-Pore Distribution, Basement Paleotopography, and Oil Production from a Devonian Dolostone Reservoir, Peace River Arch, Western Canadalognormal distribution workbook1092017John B. Dunham and Nigel Watts
SP 109 – Characterization and Modeling of Carbonates—Mountjoy Symposium 1Moldic-Pore Distribution, Basement Paleotopography, and Oil Production from a Devonian Dolostone Reservoir, Peace River Arch, Western CanadaAppendix1092017John B. Dunham and Nigel Watts
SP 109 – Characterization and Modeling of Carbonates—Mountjoy Symposium 1Moldic-Pore Distribution, Basement Paleotopography, and Oil Production from a Devonian Dolostone Reservoir, Peace River Arch, Western Canadause and explanation for normal and lognormal worksheets1092017John B. Dunham and Nigel Watts
SP 42 – Sea-Level Changes: An Integrated ApproachMesozoic-Cenozoic Cycle Chart - Full Size in back of book.Cycle Chart - PDF 1mb Full Size 24 x 59 inches421987Dag Nummedal et al.
SP 60 – Mesozoic and Cenozoic Sequence Stratigraphy of European BasinsChart 1 Mesozoic and Cenozoic Sequence Chronostratigraphic Chart 2 Cenozoic Sequence Chronostratigraphy Chart 3 Cenozoic Biochronostratigraphy Chart 4 Cretaceous Sequence Chronostratigraphy Chart 5 Cretaceous Biochronostratigraphy Chart 6 Jurassic Sequence Chronostratigraphy Chart 7 Jurassic Biochronostratigraphy Chart 8 Triassic Sequence Chronostratigraphy / BiochronostratigraphyCharts 1-8601998Jan Hardenbol, Jacques Thierry, Martin B. Farley, Thierry Jacquin, Pierre-Charles De Graciansky, Peter Vail
SP 61 – Tidalites: Processes and ProductsTidalites: Processes & ProductsTidalites: Processes & Products611999Clark R Alexander, Richard A Davis, Vernon J Henry
SP 92 – External Controls on Deep-Water Depositional SystemsExternal Controls on Deep Water Depositional Systems: Climate, Sea-level, and Sediment Flux Abstracts and ProgrammeJoint GSL-SEPM Research Conference External Controls on Deep Water Depositional Systems: Climate, Sea -level, and Sediment Flux Abstracts and Programme March 27 - 29, 2006 Burlington House London, UK, 106 pages pdf922009Ben Kneller, Ole Martinsen, Bill McCaffrey, Henry Posamentier
SP 93 – Geologic Problem Solving with MicrofossilsTaxon Excel Taxon Excel format932009Thomas Demchuk, Anthony Gary
SP 93 – Geologic Problem Solving with MicrofossilsSP 93 – Geologic Problem Solving with MicrofossilsTaxon on pdf format932009Thomas Demchuk, Anthony Gary
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsFluvial Systems and Their Deposits in Hot, Seasonal Semiarid and Subhumid Settings: Modern and Ancient ExamplesFluvial Systems and Their Deposits in Hot, Seasonal Semiarid and Subhumid Settings: Modern and Ancient Examples972011CHRISTOPHER R. FIELDING, JONATHAN P. ALLEN, JAN AL
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsA Tidally Influenced, High-Latitude Coastal-Plain: The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek Formation, North Slope, AlaskaA Tidally Influenced, High-Latitude Coastal-Plain: The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek Formation, North Slope, Alaska972011PETER P. FLAIG, PAUL J. MCCARTHY, AND ANTHONY R. F
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsA Tidally Influenced, High-Latitude Coastal-Plain: The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek Formation, North Slope, AlaskaA Tidally Influenced, High-Latitude Coastal-Plain: The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek Formation, North Slope, Alaska972011PETER P. FLAIG, PAUL J. MCCARTHY, AND ANTHONY R. F
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsA Tidally Influenced, High-Latitude Coastal-Plain: The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek Formation, North Slope, AlaskaA Tidally Influenced, High-Latitude Coastal-Plain: The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek Formation, North Slope, Alaska972011PETER P. FLAIG, PAUL J. MCCARTHY, AND ANTHONY R. F
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsFluvial Paleotransport Derived from Trough Cross-Bedding: ImagesExample from the Lower Clair Group, West of Shetland, Using Oriented Whole-CoreFluvial Paleotransport Derived from Trough Cross-Bedding: ImagesExample from the Lower Clair Group, West of Shetland, Using Oriented Whole-Core972011ANDREW SMALLEY
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsFluvial Paleotransport Derived from Trough Cross-Bedding: ImagesExample from the Lower Clair Group, West of Shetland, Using Oriented Whole-CoreFluvial Paleotransport Derived from Trough Cross-Bedding: ImagesExample from the Lower Clair Group, West of Shetland, Using Oriented Whole-Core972011ANDREW SMALLEY
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsInterpreting Fluvial Hydromorphology from the Rock Record: Large-River Peak Flows Leave No Clear SignatureInterpreting Fluvial Hydromorphology from the Rock Record: Large-River Peak Flows Leave No Clear Signature972011SUZANNE F. LECLAIR
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsInterpreting Fluvial Hydromorphology from the Rock Record: Large-River Peak Flows Leave No Clear SignatureInterpreting Fluvial Hydromorphology from the Rock Record: Large-River Peak Flows Leave No Clear Signature972011SUZANNE F. LECLAIR
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsInterpreting Fluvial Hydromorphology from the Rock Record: Large-River Peak Flows Leave No Clear SignatureInterpreting Fluvial Hydromorphology from the Rock Record: Large-River Peak Flows Leave No Clear Signature972011SUZANNE F. LECLAIR
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsA Tidally Influenced, High-Latitude Coastal-Plain: The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek Formation, North Slope, AlaskaA Tidally Influenced, High-Latitude Coastal-Plain: The Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek Formation, North Slope, Alaska972011PETER P. FLAIG, PAUL J. MCCARTHY, AND ANTHONY R. F
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsAlluvial Valleys and Alluvial Sequences: Towards A Geomorphic AssessmentAlluvial Valleys and Alluvial Sequences: Towards A Geomorphic Assessment972011MARTIN R. GIBLING, CHRISTOPHER R. FIELDING, AND RA
SP 97 – From River to Rock Record: The Preservation of Fluvial SedimentsInterpreting Fluvial Hydromorphology from the Rock Record: Large-River Peak Flows Leave No Clear SignatureInterpreting Fluvial Hydromorphology from the Rock Record: Large-River Peak Flows Leave No Clear Signature972011SUZANNE F. LECLAIR
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