2002 data

January 2002, Volume 72, Number 1

Authigenic Apatite in a Fluvial Sandstone Sequence: Evidence for Rare-Earth Element Mobility During Diagenesis and a Tool for Diagenetic Correlation

     Jon E. Bouch, Malcolm J. Hole, Nigel H. Trewin, Simon Chenery, and Andrew C. Morton

p. 59-67

Cement Geochemistry of Photozoan Carbonate Strata (Upper Carboniferous-Lower Permian), Finnmark Carbonate Platform, Barents Sea
     S.N. Ehrenberg, N.A.H. Pickard, T.A. Svånå, and N.H. Oxtoby

p. 95-115  
Diagenesis of the Carrizo Sandstone at Butler Salt Dome, East Texas Basin, U.S.A.: Evidence for Fluid-Sediment Interaction Near Halokinetic Structures
     Jennifer Smith Enos and J. Richard Kyle
p. 72-85
Unraveling Magmatic and Orogenic Provenance in Modern Sand: The Back-Arc Side of the Apennine Thrust Belt, Italy
     Eduardo Garzanti, Stefania Canclini, Ferdinando Moretti Foggia, and Nicola Petrella
p. 2-17
Origin and Significance of Isotope Shifts in Pennsylvanian Carbonates (Asturias, NW Spain)
     Adrian Immenhauser, Jeroen A.M. Kenter, Gerald Ganssen, Juan R. Bahamonde, Arjan Van Vliet, and Margot H. Saher
p. 82-94
Acoustic Properties of "Young" Carbonate Rocks, ODP Leg 166 and Boreholes Clino and Unda, Western Great Bahama Bank
     J.A.M. Kenter, F.S. Anselmetti, P.H. Kramer, H. Westphal, and M.G.M. Vandamme
Observation of Microbial Structures in Rocks Using 3D Light Microscopy
     K.L. Milliken
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March 2002, Volume 72, Number 2

Postdepositional Sm/Nd fractionation in sandstones: implications for neodymium-isotope stratigraphy
     S.N. Ehrenberg and P.H. Nadeau

p. 304-315
July 2002, Volume 72, Number 4

Basin-scale changes in floodplain paleosols: implications for interpreting alluvial architecture
     Mary J. Kraus
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p. 500-509


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